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Category: Cruise Ship Law
When it comes to legislature, the laws governing cruise ships are some of the most complex. With so many variables involved in any given crime that takes place at sea, navigating the aftermath of accident or injury on a cruise can be overwhelming, to say the least. That is why we are here, to explain everything you need to know about cruise ship law, before you set sail.
On Tuesday morning, Mexican officials found six packages of cocaine aboard the cruise ship MSC Divina. No arrests have been made yet.
Two families who purchased from jeweler Diamonds International during their cruise vacation discovered that their jewelry was worth far less than what they purchased it for. The appraisal discrepancy raises questions as to how much passengers should trust cruise line recommendations.
Adept at smaller ferries and passenger vessels, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries did not expect so many technical difficulties when it decided to build a ship for Carnival Corporation. However, the expense and challenges faced during that project has prompted the company to cancel plans to expand into the European cruise ship industry.
After years of silence, a case involving a missing nanny on a Disney cruise was reopened. British authorities hope to convince Bahamian police to allow them to investigate further.