Brazilian law enforcement agencies arrested six people and confiscated 30 kilos of cocaine at the port of Santos, Brazil, according to the Brazilian news outlet G1 / Globo. The drug smugglers, five Brazilians and one Argentinian, were arrested at the cruise terminal in Santos, attempting to board the Costa Diadema (photo top) which was
Costa Diadema: Seven Passengers Test Positive for COVID-19
Seven guests on the Costa Diadema tested positive for COVID-19 after leaving the ship, according to the Italian newspaper Il Secolo XIX.
The newspaper reports that the Italian health authorities requested that all crew members on the Costa Diadema undergo swab testing earlier this week after the ship was in Genoa. The request from…
Three Costa Crew Members Test Positive for COVID-19, Raising Number of Infected Crew Members in Europe to 54
Three Costa Cruise seafarers tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Italian press today. In the last two weeks, over four dozen other crew members employed by AIDA, TUI and Hurtigruten have tested positive.
Costa Favolosa and Costa Deliziosa Crew Members Test Positive
Two of the three Filipino Costa crew members who tested positive were…
NoGrandiNavi: Venice Endures Another Out-of-Control Cruise Ship
A little over a month ago, the MSC Opera cruise ship smashed into a dock and another smaller, cruise ship which was disembarking tourists in Venice.
Videos of the huge, out-of-control cruise ship, smashing into the dock and knocking tourists from the little ship in front of it into the water, looked like an attack-of-the-aliens…
300 Kilos of Cocaine: Major Drug Bust on the Costa Favolosa in Brazil
Newspapers in Brazil are reporting that yesterday the federal police arrested sixteen passengers aboard the Costa Favolosa cruise ship who were reportedly carrying 300 kilos of cocaine in their luggage.
The Costa cruise ship was in the port in Santos, Brazil, on the coast of São Paulo, en route to Europe. The newspapers reported …
Passengers Panic As Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Begins to Sink
Costa Cruise Lines’ Costa Concordia cruise ship has evacuated most of its passengers after a disastrous situation this evening near the island of Giglio in southern Tuscany, Italy.
Media reports suggest that the cruise ship ran aground or struck a reef after departing from its regular course.
The grounding ruptured the hull and water entered the vessel, leading to the forced …