Monthly Archives: September 2012


Sep

19

2012

Royal Caribbean Cruise Passenger Goes Overboard

Reports from CNN.com on Monday tell of a young female passenger who went overboard on Sunday, Sept. 16. This occurred aboard a Royal Caribbean International cruise line, the¬†Allure of the Seas. According to the article… “…Coast Guard crews searched Monday for a cruise ship passenger who went overboard Sunday night about 47 miles east of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, officials said Monday.” Allure of the Seas…

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Sep

19

2012

Carnival Cruise Line Expands “My Awesome Bar Program”

In recent news, Carnival Cruise Lines is extending it’s “My Awesome Bar Program” on two more cruise ships – the Carnival Splendor and Carnival Victory. The “My Awesome Bar Program” is an unlimited alcohol package that is made available to passengers. According to various reports, the $50-per-day program gives passengers access to unlimited wine, beer and spirits as well as sodas and non-alcoholic frozen cocktails….

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Sep

14

2012

Cruise Ship Injury Lawyer – Joel Barnet

Cruise ship injury lawyer, Joel Barnett is one of Miami’s premiere¬†attorneys specializing in admiralty and maritime cases. A graduate of the University of Miami law school and a member of the Florida Bar Association, Barnett is an active member of the Miami community. His firm, Waks and Barnett P.A., along with partner Andrew Waks, is focused on providing clients expert legal counsel, especially as it…

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Sep

06

2012

New Evidence Emerges in Costa Concordia Accident

The ongoing investigation of how and why the Costa Concordia cruise ship sank saw fresh evidence today as recorded conversations were released. “Madonna, what have I done?” was the response from Captain Francesco Schettino as the ship hit the reef that eventually sank the vessel. From The Telegraph… Prosecutors and marine experts have accused the captain of deliberately misleading the Coast Guard and officials from…

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Sep

06

2012

Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Now A Tourist Attraction

According to reports in the Wall Street Journal, the Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Now A Tourist Attraction. The seaside town of Giglio Island on the Northwestern coast of Italy has seen a large increase in tourists over the summer of 2012. Many tourists are there simply to see the cruise ship Costa Concordia as it sits half submerged in the waters around the island. Of…

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