On October 28, 2018 a Carnival cruise ship suffered a mechanical issue which caused to to list (or tilt) to its side for up to 60 seconds. Surprisingly (or not surprisingly), the company claimed that the incident did not put any passengers in jeopardy. A lawsuit, filed this week by three passengers who were on the ship at the time it listed, suggests that not only were passengers put in danger, but that at least several sustained serious injuries.
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An illness outbreak aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship is making national news after leaving over 270 people sickened over the past week.
34 year old Ronald Sagum Ramirez was charged with sexually assaulting a woman on December 12, 2017, while sailing on a cruise ship.
After battling outbreaks of norovirus for years, it seems that the cruise industry is finally getting a handle on controlling the illness.
Cruise Injury Attorney Jack Hickey Interviewed by INSIDE Edition
ABC News investigates cruise ship crimes, including passengers’ difficulty in getting information relating to the prevalence of criminal activity aboard the vessels.
A woman, who was attacked by her fiancé aboard a cruise ship last month, is now telling her story.
Two Norwegian Escape crew members were hurt on Monday, in an incident which occurred in the ship’s engine room.
Published reports do not indicate the exact nature of the accident, but the crew members’ injuries were severe enough that they had to be medically evacuated from the ship by the U.S. Coast Guard.