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In nearly container involving overboard rider and crowd, the sail limit lineaments appraisal that it unsuccessful to reply rapidly to the crisis. Sail interline are oft blameworthy of frustrating to hoodwink the commuter subsequently-the-detail and feature allying duck egg happened.

So with the past misfortune of a crewman propulsion overboard from Stag Caribbean’s Refulgence of the Neptune’s, we were with child the general estimation from both rider and gang that the post was handled inadequately. On the other hand rather, we hold conventional shouts and emails that the sail passenger liner responded fast to the moment. The dignitary on the nosepiece fast slowed the coast board and inverted the watercraft to start release striving. The crewman was bet on on the voyage cutter inside 18 – 20 proceedings. Unluckily, the crewman died yet the let go free struggle.

The Passe-partout of the journey vessel – Eric Tengelsen – was moreover praised representing career instructive and conduct with the voyager around what was now.

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According to the cruise community site Cruise Line Fans, a “man overboard” was  reported at 8:00 p.m. last night from Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas cruise ship. Here is the account:

“At about 8pm last night the call was heard OSCAR! OSCAR! OSCAR! PORT SIDE!  The ship shook as it slowed done and turned around.  Flashing buoy rings could be seen in the distance.  The rescue boats was quickly launched.  Within 20 minutes CPR was being conducted on a man being brought back onboard.”

Cruise Law News : Maritime Lawyer & Attorney : James M. Walker : Walker & O’Neill Law Firm : Admiralty Law, Cruise Ship Accidents & Injuries

 

AOL News has an interesting article about cruise ship dangers.  Written by Tori Richards, the article is entitled “New Law Targets Dangers Aboard Cruise Ships.”  It features Ken Carver, the President of the International Cruise Victims organization.

Cruise Law News : Maritime Lawyer & Attorney : James M. Walker : Walker & O’Neill Law Firm : Admiralty Law, Cruise Ship Accidents & Injuries

 

The month of November ended with a bang.  Readers of Cruise Law News (CLN) viewed over 68,000 pages of our blog in November alone, roughly three and one-half times the total population of my home town in Arkansas.  When I first started this blog a year ago, I barely had 5,000 pages readers a month.  Since then, our readership has exploded.  We have thousands of subscribers to our bog everyday, via RSS feed and email, and tens of thousands of regular readers. 

Cruise Law News : Maritime Lawyer & Attorney : James M. Walker : Walker & O’Neill Law Firm : Admiralty Law, Cruise Ship Accidents & Injuries

 

A newspaper in the U.K. is reporting that three passengers (a mother and her two daughters) aboard Princess Cruises’ Sea Princess were diagnosed with exposure to potentially lethal hydrogen sulphide gas due to a leak in their cabin’s air conditioning unit.  They hired the British firm, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, to seek compensation for their injuries.  The article “Norfolk Woman, 79, Poisoned On Cruise Liner” indicates that Princess Cruises admitted liability for the gas leak.  Here is the article: