Dozens Killed In Hong Kong Ferry Crash

38 holiday makers were killed and scores more injured on Monday night when a ferry collided with a charter boat in Hong Kong and sank. The charter boat, the Lamma IV, is owned by the Hong Kong Electric Co. andRead More

Additional Safety Measures Adopted by Cruise Industry

As the latest response to the Cruise Industry Operational Safety Review conducted earlier this year, the cruise ship industry has adopted a number of additional voluntary safety measures designed to make cruise ships safer for passengers. The Cruise Industry OperationalRead More

New Safety Policy Released For Cruise Line

Following the spate of cruise liners that sank or were run aground earlier this year, three new safety policies have been implemented by cruise industry authorities, the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and European Cruise Council. The new policies areRead More

Fire Dangers Aboard Cruise Ships

While investigating fires aboard Carnival Cruise ships during the past 10 years, there have been several reports related to fires, one fire reported was onboard the carnival cruise ship Ecstasy as it was leaving Miami in 1998. Another ship fireRead More

Costa Allegra Cruise Ship Loses Power in Indian Ocean

Just over a month after one of the worst cruise ship disasters in recent memory, another luxury liner, the Costa Allegra, is now floating helplessly without power in the Indian Ocean. 636 passengers, including 8 U.S. citizens, and 413 crewRead More

Cruise Ship Search Resumes, 21 Still Missing

Nearly a week after the Costa Concordia ran aground and capsized off the Italian coast, recovery teams have resumed their search for the 21 victims still unaccounted for onboard the stricken vessel. The search was temporarily suspended on Wednesday afterRead More

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