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British Cruise Passenger Medevaced from P&O Britannia, Wife Left Behind Not Knowing His Condition

While no one expects to fall ill while on vacation, it is not uncommon for cruise passengers to require medevac assistance. In most cases, a nurse or family member is able to accompany the ailing passenger to the hospital. However, … Continue reading

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Overboard Passenger from Pacific Dawn Raises Questions Regarding P&O Cruises' Credibility

The disappearance of a 47 year-old woman last week from P&O Cruises' Pacific Dawn was one of 213 people overboard from cruise ships in the last decade and one of 7 disappearances in less than 4 months this year alone. … Continue reading

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Galician Rescue Helicopter Medevacs Passenger from P&O Ventura

Last night, a Galician search and rescue company, Helimer 401, medecaved an ill passenger from the P&O Ventura cruise ship, after flying from its base in La Coruña, in North West Spain. Galicia is an autonomous community in Spain’s northwest, on … Continue reading

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P&O Arcadia Lifeboat Accident in Azores

A passenger aboard the P&O Arcadia reports today via the P&O Cruises' Facebook page that a lifeboat has broken from its cabling and has fallen from its davits into the sea while the cruise ship was in Ponta Delgada, Azores. The … Continue reading

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