Category Archives: Missing Cruise Ship Passenger


May

10

2013

2 passengers go overboard on Carnival Cruise – and what it means for you

  The headline is certainly dramatic: Carnival Cruises Reports 2 People Missing Overboard in Australia Carnival Cruises Reports 2 People Missing Overboard in Australia  – read the full story here at ABC News “The couple — a 30-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman — was reported missing this morning after the ship docked at Sydney’s Circular Quay at the end of a 10-day journey, New…

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Apr

25

2013

In Miami, who is most likely to be injured in a car crash because they are least likely to wear a seat belt?

  In Miami (and in fact just about everywhere) it’s interesting to determine who most likely won’t wear a seat belt while in an automobile. Unfortunately, the lease likely person to wear their safety belt may be the most likely to be injured if they are involved in a car wreck. According to the Center for Disease Control who keeps us with car accident statistics,…

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Feb

06

2013

Cruise ship loses boy – lost children on cruises more common than thought

  As reported at CruiseCritic.com, Norwegian Cruise lines “lost” and autistic boy for a period of time during a November 2012 cruise. Read the full article here… Lost children are relatively commonplace on cruise ship vacations. Fortunately, lost children are generally just “out of sight” for short periods – in busy pools, in crowded lobbies and restaurants loaded with other passengers. The fact is, most…

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Feb

06

2013

Cruise ship loses boy, finds boy – parents relieved but questions remain

  In a recent new report from CruiseCritic.com, Norwegian Cruise lines apparently “lost” a child for a period of time. Read the full report from CruiseCritic.com here… The father of an 11-year-old autistic boy is seeking an explanation fromNorwegian Cruise Line after Kid’s Club crew failed to notice the boy had disappeared from the club on the last evening of Norwegian Epic‘s Thanksgiving cruise. The incident occurred…

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