With several passengers reported being ill onboard the cruise ship “Norwegian Joy”, officials in Los Angeles acted immediately and showed their concern while the vessel had to dock in Port of LA.
10 people on board the cruise ship Norwegian Joy were treated by paramedics on Sunday, December 1, after reporting minor medical complaints, marking the second time within a period of one week that passengers from the vessel had to be treated for illness after returning from a trip.
A Belgium-registered tourist cruiser ran aground on rocks near Phi Phi Island while it was on its journey from Lanta Island to Phuket, on Monday November 25, and was later towed to shore. The passengers had 77, French passengers onboard, who were safely taken to shore, and there were no injuries reported.
A norovirus outbreak made passengers and crew on board the Princess Cruises ship ‘Sun Princess’ evacuate the ship, as hundreds got sick. The cruise ship had departed on November 1st from Australia, heading to Singapore, carrying 2,000 passengers.
Two crewmembers from the Celebrity Summit cruise ship were rescued from the waters of the St. Lawrence River, after allegedly jumping over the side during a call at the Port of Quebec. Both men suffered hypothermia and were taken to the hospital for treatment.
According to local news, a crewmember from the cruise ship ‘Vision of the Seas’ fell from the vessel into the water, losing his life, at the port of Livorno Italy. After the search and rescue operation, the divers found the body of the crew member.
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