Yesterday was the one year anniversary of the disappearance of youth counselor Rebecca Coriam from the Disney Wonder cruise ship.  

BBC News published an article which summed up the problems caused when a cruise line like Disney chooses to fly a flag of convenience in a country like the Bahamas.  You can read the article here

A press release with video is here.

Our last article about Rebecca’s disappearance is here.

Watch a dateline video from Australia about Rebecca’s disappearance below:   

   

https://youtube.com/watch?v=bLgc1dqhCsQ%3Frel%3D0

 

If you have information about Rebecca’s disappearance, please contact us and / or the Coriam family using the contact information below.  We are interested in hearing from former employees of Disney Cruise Lines, particularly youth counselors who used to work aboard the Disney Wonder

Jim Walker:

Telephone:  305 995 5300

Toll Free:  800 256 1518

Email:  jim@cruiselaw.com

Coriam family:

Telephone: 011 44 774 735 9968

Email:  help@rebecce-coriam.com 

  • Toni

    Jim,
    This story has plagued me since you first wrote about it. It seems so strange that an innocent 24 year old woman who worked on a Disney cruise could just “go missing” and without even a clue or a break in the case at all. How is this possible? I am tormented by what Rebecca’s family must be going through – I can only imagine their pain and frustration on how little they actually know about their daughter’s disappearance. If there is any updates on this case, please share with your readers – I would love to know if anything is being done or they have come with any kind of answers. Thanks.