Although Carnival CEO Jerry Cahill claims that none of the passengers aboard the vessel were in danger, some people shared stories about how scared they were.
More than 4,200 passengers are trapped on a Carnival cruise ship 150 miles off the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico after a fire erupted in the engine room on Sunday, February 10.
On February 9, a 35-year-old New Zealand woman died in a boat accident in Seychelles, an island county in the Indian Ocean northeast of Madagascar, Africa.
On January 31, the U.S. Coast Guard released its final report regarding the collision of a Coast Guard vessel and a pleasure boat in San Diego Harbor in 2009 that caused the death of 8-year-old Anthony DeWeese and injured 10 people.
According to Starpulse, Corin Nemec, the actor best known for his role in the 1990s teen sitcom “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose,” was in a bad boating accident while traveling with his film crew to the set of his new film “Poseidon Rex.”
The Legal Examiner, a law industry news source out of Florida, recently reminded its readers that those who would like to file a claim under the Seafood Compensation Program, a section of the the BP Economic and Property Damages Settlement, must do so by January 22.
People who spend a lot of time out at sea – either for professional reasons such as fishing or recreational reasons such as diving – face many risks that at times can’t even be anticipated.
A fire broke out at a Marshfield, Massachusetts, marina shortly after midnight on December 20, destroying three boats and spurring a federal investigation.