At the end of 2018, several cruise ship passengers were lost at sea after going overboard from the ship on which they were travelling. One of the missing was a man who had special needs. He was reportedly traveling with a group of special needs individuals at the time of his disappearance.
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CruiseHive.com is reporting that a cruise ship crew member has been reported missing, and presumably went overboard as the ship sailed in the vicinity of Mexico.
The worker was reported missing from the Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas cruise ship and is said to have gone missing before the ship docked in Cozumel, Mexico, on November 22.
The FBI continues to investigate the mysterious case of a U.S. citizen who fell to her death from the upper deck of a cruise ship earlier this week.
Since the inception of this blog, we have been sounding the alarm about cruise ships and the dangers that are often found aboard them. We have written about cruise ship assault, sexual assault, and exceedingly high levels of pollution. Now, popular opinion website Vox.com is taking the cruise industry on and calling it out for its many failings.
The report seems to confirm early reports that the woman fell from the ship during the tendering process, which involves moving from the ship to a smaller boat in order to go ashore.
Some are questioning the safety of a New Zealand bound cruise ship after it was revealed that a passenger fell overboard from it and died last week. The deceased passenger was sailing on the Maasdam cruise ship, which is owned by Holland America.
A man died after being medically evacuated from a cruise ship last month.