Category: Cruise Passenger S.O.S.

Passengers Aboard Sea Princess Subjected to Pirate Drills at Sea

Going on a luxury, around-the-world cruise should be a relaxing and enjoyable experience. However, for ships sailing through the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean, the Gulf of Aden and the Suez Canal, the threat of pirate activity is very real. As a result, cruise lines often practice pirate drills and require night time blackouts in the name of guest and crewmember safety. Although it can be an inconvenience, the threat of an attack justifies this precaution.

3-Year-Old Falls From Balcony Aboard Carnival Breeze, Medevaced to Hospital

When you set out on a family friendly cruise, you expect that it will indeed be safe and enjoyable for the entire family. However, if the cruise ship is not built with all ages in mind, your vacation can quickly take a turn for the worst. This week, a 3-year-old girl fell from the balcony of her stateroom, onto the outdoor deck below, giving rise to the question of whether the balconies were made with the safety of all passengers in mind.

82-Year-Old Passenger Medevaced From Anthem of the Seas

It is never fun to miss out on a highly anticipated vacation. After all, it is likely that you have been looking forward to this experience for a long time, and have high expectations for what it will entail. However, when you have a medical emergency, it is important that your health becomes your first priority, even if it means missing out on the rest of your trip. A story out of New Jersey reminds us of this.

56-Year-Old Medevaced from Cruise off of Cape Cod

No one sets out on a cruise with the intention of needing emergency medical assistance. However, accident and injury happen far more often than anyone would like. This week, a 56-year-old woman was medevaced from her cruise as it sailed off of the coast of Cape Cod.

Mass Casualty Reported Aboard Celebrity Summit

No one wants to experience an accident or injury aboard their cruise. However, this week, four passengers aboard the Celebrity Summit required medical evacuation at the same time. This required a mass casualty report to be issued, in order to transport every passenger in need safely to shore.

66-Year-Old Man Medevaced from Carnival Fantasy

A cruise is intended to be a relaxing and carefree time, but it often is not that way when you have a medical emergency! This week, a 66-year-old man was medevaced from the Carnival Fantasy, reminding us how underlying health concerns can flare up when you’re away, causing more stress than you may have expected.

Don’t Let 2017 Cruise Trends Jeopardize Your Safety

Each year brings the arrival of cruise trends that are meant to improve passenger enjoyment. However, these new improvements can also lead to unexpected accident and injury. Before you head out on your next cruise, it’s important to remember that safety always comes first.