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NCL Cancels Norwegian Jade Cruise in San Juan

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) announced during the evening of Sunday November 18th that is was cancelling the current cruise of the Norwegian Jade due to an unspecified “mechanical issue.” The Jade is currently is San Juan, Puerto Rico during the third … Continue reading

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U.S. Coast Guard Medevacs Ill Passenger From Norwegian Breakaway

The United States Coast Guard medevaced a woman from a Norwegian Cruise Line (“NCL”) cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico approximately 230 nautical miles from Southwest Pass, Louisiana on Saturday, November 17th. The Eighth Coast Guard District in New … Continue reading

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Norwegian Town Feels Housing Pinch

A Norwegian town invested millions of dollars in Floridas housing market, and has lost an amount equal to nearly a quarter of its yearly revenue. Now, public services could be at risk as the town leaders seek ways to save … Continue reading

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Norwegian Escape Cruise Passenger Airlifted After Possible Stroke

According to the Coast Guard website, the Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod aircrew medevaced a 78-year-old man Saturday (Sept. 22) from the cruise ship Norwegian Escape after he suffered a possible stroke 40 nautical miles south of Nantucket. The … Continue reading

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U.S. Coast Guard Medevacs Passenger from Norwegian Escape

The United States Coast Guard medevaced a 78-year-old passenger from the Norwegian Escape yesterday afternoon on September 22, 2018 after the man reportedly suffered a stroke on the cruise ship. The NCL’s cruise ship was approximately 40 nautical miles south … Continue reading

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