BBC published an article today about a story we have covered over the last three years.
The story involves a former Royal Caribbean captain who died due to sickness contracted while cruising with the same cruise line he and his wife had worked for.
Tore and Sue Myhra "met and fell in love" on board a Royal Caribbean ship in the 1980s.
But in 2009, the couple were on a Royal Caribbean cruise as passengers aboard the Liberty of the Seas when Captain Myhra became ill and four days later died of Legionella in a Miami hospital.
An inquest into the death will be held next month in the U.K.
Mrs Myhra said her husband's case was "ironic" in that he had not been afforded the same consideration he had shown others when he was working.
In 1998, he sailed a Royal Caribbean cruise ship into a Caribbean port at night so a sick passenger could receive emergency medical treatment. But Royal Caribbean kept the ill former captain on the cruise ship when he was dying.
Royal Caribbean did not treat his widow, a former long term purser on several Royal Caribbean cruise ships, or her daughter any better.
You can read our article about this sad and disturbing case here. It should give new meaning to "Loyal to Royal."