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Crewmembers Trapped on Happy Cruises' Gemini Cruise Ship?

A reader of Cruise Law News has informed me that CNN's iReport contains a message seeking help from a crewmember aboard the Gemini cruise ship operated by the now defunct cruise line "Happy Cruises." Happy Cruises is a Spanish cruise … Continue reading

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Appellate Court: "Sexual Assaults and Violent Crimes on Cruise Ships are a Serious Problem"

Yesterday, I discussed the case of Jane Doe v. Princess Cruises, where the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal addressed the issue whether a raped crewmember can pursue a case before a U.S. jury. Or does she have to appear before … Continue reading

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Carnival: Passenger Jumped Overboard On Mexico Cruise

GALVESTON, Texas — Mexican authorities are searching for a 39-year-old man who was seen jumping off a Carnival cruise ship near Cozumel. Carnival officials said the man reportedly jumped off the Conquest ship Friday night. The ship returned to the … Continue reading

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Bahamian Cruise Passengers Defrauded By Travel Agent & Mistreated By Carnival Cruise Line

This weekend, the Freeport News reported on the saga of a well respected Bahamian family who purchased a cruise through a travel agent for 39 family members to sail with Carnival Cruise Lines on the Carnival Freedom cruise ship. Written … Continue reading

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Passenger Missing From Carnival Conquest Cruise Ship

A local television station in Galveston, Texas is reporting that a 39 year old passenger is missing after going overboard from the Carnival Conquest after the cruise ship left Cozumel, Mexico. The incident occurred Friday evening. ABC affiliate Channel 13 … Continue reading

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