Cruise Ship Law Blog

Man Medevaced from Carnival Pride Due to Heart Attack

When you go on a cruise, the last thing you want is a medical emergency. Unfortunately, in recent weeks, there has been an upswing in the number of medevac situations at sea. In this most recent case, a 58-year-old man was medevaced from Carnival Pride because he was having a heart attack.

Two Men Medevaced from the Grandeur of the Seas Mere Hours Apart

When you embark on a cruise, you might not expect the Coast Guard’s services to be of paramount importance at all, let alone twice! Yet, that’s exactly what was necessary for the Grandeur of the Seas, when two men had to be medevaced to nearby hospitals, mere hours apart, for unrelated health emergencies.

Cuban Cruise Travel on the Horizon

For decades, travel to Cuba for U.S. citizens was forbidden by a travel ban. However, since the ban was lifted in late 2015, travelers have found countless ways to make their dreams of a Cuban vacation a reality. Now, the cruise industry is making Cuba more accessible than ever before.