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Man Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Women on Cruise

Sexual assault and rape are more common than most cruise ship travelers would imagine and the stories of the victims are often difficult to imagine. When booking a cruise vacation, women and families with younger children should consider the potential … Continue reading

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Know Before You Go: 2019 Update on Cruise Ship Norovirus Breakouts

No one wants to feel queasy on their cruise ship vacation. And certainly, no passenger wants to experience vomiting, diarrhea and severe stomach cramps after paying for passage on a cruise ship to the Bahamas or Gulf of Mexico. Often, … Continue reading

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Hitting Pier in San Juan: Norwegian Cruise Line’s “Epic” Failure

The Norwegian Epic cruise ship, after dealing with power and engine issues, crashed into a pier in San Juan, Mexico. The vessel was headed into port, diverted to the port because of power issues. The vessel can be seen making … Continue reading

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Leesfield Scolaro files lawsuit against cruise line Holland America on behalf of stroke victim

Lila Gale and her family were set to cruise in the Caribbean aboard the MS Zuiderdam when she sustained a stroke within 100 miles of Florida. The symptoms she displayed left no room for error and the Holland America Line … Continue reading

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Three Cruise Passengers to Antigua Attacked and Robbed

Three cruise visitors to Antigua, two from an unidentified MSC cruise ship and one from the P&O Brittania, were recently attacked and robbed in St. John’s in separate crimes according to the Antigua Observer. The two crimes were violent. The local … Continue reading

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