The non-profit organization International Cruise Victims ("ICV") posted a story on its website regarding Princess Cruises crew member Angelo Faliva who "disappeared" from the Coral Princess cruise ship in November 2009.
The ICV represents victims of crime on cruise ships, their families and friends, and individuals concerned about disappearances on cruise ships and the cruise industry’s lack of transparency. With several hundred members throughout the world, the organization advocates for legislative reform and provides support to victims of crimes occurring on cruise ships. For additional information about the ICV, please contact its president, Ken Carver.
Meanwhile Mr. Faliva’s sister, Chiara, continues to seek information from any passengers or crew members who may have information. Ms. Faliva posted a request on a "Princess Cruise Staff" Facebook page:
PLEASE HELP ME: Hi, my name is Chiara Faliva, and I’m the sister of Angelo Faliva, the 31 year old Italian chef disappeared from the cruise "Coral Princess" the night of 25th November 2009, while the cruise was sailing between Aruba and Cartagena (Colombia). I’m looking for passengers that were in this ship that night . . . I just want to have some contacts with them. Please, please help me. My e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much for your attention.
Angelo and Chiara are seen in this photograph in in happier times as loving brother and sister.