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Arbitrator Orders NCL to Pay $3,337,500 to Seriously Injured Crew Member

Today, the Miami Daily Business Review (DBR) reported on an arbitration award entered against Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) on behalf of a seriously injured crew member. The DBR article, titled “Miami Attorney Helps Secure $3.3M for Man Whose Arm Was … Continue reading

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Crew Member Missing From AIDAbella

German newspapers are reporting that a crewmember, identified by his first name as “Mathias,” disappeared from the AIDAbella cruise ship earlier this year. The Bild newspaper was the first publication to mention that an investigation is underway to explain the … Continue reading

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Cruise Passenger Alleges Sexual Assault by Crew Member, Sues Celebrity Cruises

On August 21, 2018, a cruise passenger — identified as Jane Doe — filed a lawsuit against Celebrity Cruises and Canyon Ranch Spa alleging she was sexual assaulted by a crew member while traveling aboard the Celebrity Summit cruise ship … Continue reading

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Two Crew Members Overboard From Explorer of the Seas, Rescued

Two crew members, reportedly working on a lifeboat on the Explorer of the Seas, fell from the Royal Caribbean cruise ship near Victoria last evening, according to News 1130. The two overboard ship workers were apparently rescued by another vessel, which … Continue reading

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Misery Machines and Crew Member Suicides

Rowan Moore, a journalist for The Guardian newspaper in London, used the words “misery machines” in describing giant cruise ships in an opinion piece last Sunday. He writes: “Giant cruise ships look to me like misery machines. They don’t make … Continue reading

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