Last Monday I received messages from a crew member friend on the Carnival Legend who said: “im on carnival legend / just as we are almost arriving in victoria canada 6:30 pm, local time, the ship experience a heavy swing towards the side / lots of things fell of in my cabin and for a
Bahamas Responds to Making the List of Top 10 Most Dangerous Cruise Destinations: “The Bahamas Is Safe”
Our article listing the top 10 most dangerous cruise destinations in the world hit a raw nerve in the Bahamas.
The Nassau Guardian published two articles quoting government leaders’s responses to making the list. The Guardian first published Bahamas’ Spot on Crime List Causes Skepticism, Concern." Later, the Guardian published "Official: Most Dangerous…
Carnival Ecstasy Listing Update: Smooth Sailing to Chaos & Confusion
We have been inundated with emails and calls from passengers who were injured or traumatized during the "listing incident" involving the Carnival Ecstasy cruise ship on April 21, 2010.
We have received over 30 comments alone on our article "Did Carnival’s Ecstasy Cruise Ship Almost Hit A Sand Bar?" Take a moment and read about…
YouTube Video of Carnival Ecstasy Listing – “The Rest of the Story”
The video below is from a passenger who was on Carnival’s Ecstasy with his family when the cruise ship listed in the Gulf of Mexico on April 21, 2010. "Mattyhiway" writes:
The Ecstasy made a sharp turn at sea to avoid a wayward buoy. The ship listed to port hard causing dozens of injuries and traumatizing many more. What the news …
Did Carnival’s Ecstasy Cruise Ship Almost Hit A Sand Bar?
We have written a couple of articles about the recent incident when Carnival’s Ecstasy cruise ship heavily listed in the Gulf of Mexico, injuring 60 passengers and frightening many hundreds more.
We received a message from one of the passengers on the cruise, suggesting that the Carnival cruise ship was about to hit a sand bar which…
Carnival’s Ecstasy Cruise Ship Back To Sea After 60 Passengers Injured
The Carnival cruise ship Ecstasy returned to sea following an incident where the ship listed heavily to avoid hitting a partially submerged buoy.
Although Carnival initially downplayed the incident, it turns out that 60 passengers reported to the ship infirmary for injuries.
The video is from Houston News – ABC13.com
April 23, 2010 UPDATE: …