Princess Cruises Excursion Planes Collision Leads to Deaths

Cruise Boat Lawyers: O’Bryan Law             You take off work, scheduling a relaxing seven-day trip on the Princess Cruises.  Sounds like the perfect getaway, doesn’t it?  Unfortunately that wasn’t so for at least four people yesterday.             Two floatplanes, which were carrying Princess Cruises passengers, collided in flight on Monday, May 13th, 2019 off the coast of Alaska, leaving at least four people dead reported the Coast Guard.  A floatplane comes equipped with floats or pontoons, allowing the craft to land on water, but unfortunately both aircrafts met one another midair.  All of the passengers on both vessels came from the Royal Princess, a cruise ship which was on a seven-day trip, originating from Vancouver, B.C.             One of the floatplanes was flying a shore excursion, which…

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