Category Archives: Royal Caribbean


Feb

04

2015

Royal Caribbean Cruise Struck With Norovirus, Cruise Ends Early

Over the weekend, a Royal Caribbean cruise ship – the Grandeur of the Seas – cut short its travel plans when 200 passengers and crew became ill with Norovirus. Quick highlights of the story: Norovirus – a frequent passenger on cruise ships these days Norovirus spread throughout Royal Caribbean passengers and crew More than 200 people became sick The CDC boarded the ship in Jamaica…

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Jan

05

2015

What the Royal Caribbean Near Drowning Accident Means for Cruise Ship Passengers

Pools on cruise ships just not safe? In an inauspicious start to 2015, a young child was found nearly drowned on the Oasis of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean cruise ship as it returned to Port Everglades, Florida on Saturday evening. Read more here at NBCnews.com. This is another terrible story – one of many over the last year – that involved a child drowning…

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Jan

04

2015

Bystanders Find Nearly Drowned Boy on Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas

In an unfortunate turn of events, a four year old child was found underwater on the Oasis of the Seas, a large cruise ship of the Royal Caribbean line. This happened on Saturday, January 3 in the evening. The child was taken from the cruise ship and sent the the Broward Health Medical Center. According to on local report in Miami, “A bystander noticed the…

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Dec

09

2014

Passenger With Heart Attack Like Symptoms Medevaced From Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship

Coast Guard picks up passenger Over the weekend, a passenger who was experiencing ‘heart attack like’ symptoms was air lifted from the Royal Caribbean cruise ship, Vision of the Seas, while in Tampa Bay, Florida. According to local TV reports, a crew member of the vessel contacted the Coast Guard explaining the medical emergency. The Coast Guard recommended taking the passenger from the ship to…

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Dec

08

2014

Oasis of the Seas Turns Back Twice for Medical Emergencies

Over the weekend at the Port of Ft. Lauderdale, the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas turned back to port two separate times for what was likely related to medical emergencies aboard the cruise ship. Passenger injury, certainly serious enough to have the boat turned around before heading out to sea, was likely the cause (no official report has been seen). Generally though, it is…

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Oct

17

2014

World’s Biggest Cruise Ship Heads Home to Florida After Refit

Just Plain Big – Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas The world’s largest cruise liner, Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas, set sail for Florida on Wednesday night after a stop in Europe. The ship was undergoing an extensive refurbishment and refit. The cruise ship was in the English port of Southampton after emerging from its 14-day dry dock in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It is expected…

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Jun

16

2014

Suing for Slip and Fall Injury on Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship

It’s unfortunate, but accidents and injuries happen on Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships more often than most people realize. With 23 cruise ships and millions of passengers each year, accidents are bound to occur around the pool, in restaurants, in cabins and other areas of the cruise ship. Some are simply “just accidents” and others are caused because of the negligent actions of the cruise line…

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Mar

11

2013

Cruise ship injury attorneys help passengers sick from Norovirus evaluate potential claims

Norovirus outbreaks on cruise ships seems to be occurring with more frequency, the most recent outbreak occurring aboard Royal Caribbean’s Vision of the Seas as over 100 passenger and crew became ill with a severe stomach virus. Read more here at ABC News about the incident. Stomach bugs and other contagious viruses like Norovirus are a potential concern for passengers as they embark on their…

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Jun

20

2011

Judge Rules Lawsuit Can Proceed Against Royal Caribbean in Toxic Gas Case

In September 2005, “Monarch of the Seas,” a Royal Caribbean cruise ship, arrived in San Pedro, CA after a four-day cruise to Mexico. What many of the passengers did not know was that on arrival in San Pedro, the dead bodies of three crew members were taken from Monarch of the Seas along with the typical passenger luggage and souvenirs. According to investigations by the…

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