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Cruise Lines Oppose Bahamian Tug Boat Fee

A dispute is brewing in the Bahamas over a tug boat fee that the government plans to charge cruise ships and other commercial vessels using the harbor of Nassau.  Earlier this week, the Bahamas Tribune reported that the Miami-based cruise … Continue reading

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Cruise Ship Hot-Deck-Burned-Feet Lawsuit Irks Public

A number of newspapers are reporting that a resident of New York is suing Celebrity Cruises after he scalded his feet on a hot deck on one of its cruise ships several years ago. The 66 year-old passenger, who apparently suffered … Continue reading

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Slip and Fall Injuries Remain # 1 Reason For Calls to Cruise Injury Law Firms

Let’s face it, classic slip and fall injuries are still the main reason why passengers seek the help of cruise ship lawyers. New reports of passengers overboard, Carnival Cruise line flooded cabins and large vessels crashing into docks may grab … Continue reading

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Recent Volcanic Eruptions at Hawaii’s Kilauea Impacting Cruise Ship Visits?

Photo Credit: USGS Volcanic eruptions Kilauea, the most active volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island, have done little to stop cruise ships from making scheduled stops. Apparently, the lovely islands of Hawaii are “open for business.” Per a May 8 (and … Continue reading

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Cruise Ships Too Large for Some Ports?

Photo Credit: Gordon Chibroski, Portland Press Herald Rockland, Maine residents to decide fate of ‘large cruise ships’ in local harbor? According to a news report in the Portland (ME) Press Herald, “The Rockland City Council may schedule a November advisory … Continue reading

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