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LAURIE BARATTI  SEPTEMBER 18, 2022 Hurricane Fiona over Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and nearby islands. (screenshot via National Weather Service) Update: September 19, 2022 at...

Christine Fernando USA TODAY Three Americans were found dead and a fourth person was hospitalized Friday at a Sandals resort in the Bahamas, officials said. It remains unclear how they died. Royal Bahamas...
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File image courtesy Shiretoko Pleasure Cruiser The Japan Coast Guard reported Sunday that at least 10 people have died in a tour boat accident off the coast of Hokkaido.  The tour boat Kazu I was out on a...
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RICH THOMASELLI  APRIL 16, 2022 Carnival Cruise Line's Mardi Gras. (photo by Eric Bowman) The United States Coast Guard is currently conducting a search for a man who jumped overboard into the...
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Mar 22, 2022 Shared from Cruise Industry News Carnival Corporation has run more than 40 sailings at over 100 percent occupancy this year, said President and CEO Arnold Donald, speaking on the company’s first...
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By James Shillinglaw, Feb 22, 2022 Crystal Cruises officially shut down on Feb. 11 as two of its ships were impounded in the Bahamas and employees in the U.S were sent home. But as we all know...
Disney Cruises' Passengers & Crew Notice Something In Water - Take Immediate Action
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Dec. 11, 2021, 5:47 PM PST / Updated Dec. 11, 2021, 8:12 PM PST By Alicia Victoria Lozano A woman fell off a Carnival Cruise Lineship balcony and into the Pacific Ocean early Saturday morning, spurring an ongoing international search effort.

LAURIE BARATTI  NOVEMBER 26, 2021 COVID-19, the coronavirus global pandemic illustration. (Photo via iStock/Getty Images Plus/ismagilov) A new COVID-19 strain, which originated in southern Africa, has been identified and classified by a special panel of the World Health...
Sydney Man Perishes After Jumping from Cruise Ship
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American Song alongside the river bank for the medevac (Kennewick Firefighters) PUBLISHED OCT 26, 2021 3:40 PM BY THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE In most cases when there is a medical...

By Alex Smith May 25, 2021 Niels-Erik Lund talks with Alex Smith about how SunStone Ships has continued to construct its innovative new Infinity-class ships while managing the Covid-19 crisis