A family is suing one of the largest cruise lines in the world after their 4-year-old nearly drowned in the on-boat pool.
The lawsuit, that was filed only a few days ago, calls for Royal Caribbean International to staff its childrens’ pools with lifeguards. The family hopes the lawsuit would save lives. Continue reading
The Coast Guard inspected Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas and determined it is safe to sail despite being battered and damaged by an intense winter storm last week. More on the topic here.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Orlando, has called for the National Transportation Safety Board to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Four people were injured on Royal Caribbean’s Anthem Of The Seas after hurricane-force winds and waves battered the huge vessel off the South Carolina coast.
The ship, with more than 4,500 guests and 1,600 crew members, was on its way from Cape Liberty in New Jersey to Port Canaveral for a port-of-call stop, before it was to head to the Bahamas when it ran into high winds and rough seas in the Atlantic Ocean over the weekend.
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One of the world’s newest and biggest cruise ships was caught in a powerful winter storm that damaged the ship and left passengers confined to their cabins.
The giant Royal Caribbean’s Anthem Of The Seas was heading to Port Canaveral, Florida from its home port of Cape Liberty, New Jersey when it encountered the storm off the coast of Cape Hatteras in North Carolina on Saturday. Continue reading
Royal Caribbean announced that it is canceling another port stop for one of its cruise ships at the cruise line’s private destination in Labadee, Haiti, because of protesters. All shore-side crew were evacuated.
The Navigator of the Seas was scheduled to stop at Labadee on Thursday, but the cruise operator canceled the port call after encountering a flotilla of protesters in small boats. Continue reading