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The New Times published an in-depth story on cruise ship drownings in September, explaining that an outdated maritime law protects the industry from liability in deaths at sea.The archaic law remains in effect largely because of an indifferent Congress dependent on campaign donations by the non-tax paying cruise lines.Like this case, the cruise line made no effort to communicate with the passengers' family or emergency contacts, or to transport the couple back home.

In July, a Jamaican man was arrested at the cruise port in Falmouth, Jamaica when he attempted to board the with two packages, containing five pounds of cocaine.

In August, the Australian Federal Police hit the mother-load and arrested three cruise ship passengers, including a young woman formerly in the porn business, involved in smuggling 95 kilos (over 209 lbs.) of cocaine into the port in Sydney, Australia on the after they chronicled their 66-day world cruise on Instagram.

Children drowned or nearly drown in lifeguard-less pools throughout the cruise industry this year.

In the last 2 to 3 years, numerous guests - primarily but not exclusively children - have been found at the bottom of cruise ship swimming pools: Royal Caribbean (4)( ages 4, 6, 8 and 8), Princess (4, 3 adults and one 8 year-old child), NCL (3)(ages 4, 6 and 10), Carnival (2)(ages 2, 6), and Disney (1)(age 4)(before hiring lifeguards).

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sent me a article appearing today in the British newspaper, Daily Mail, titled Grandmother, 83, is kicked off her 6-star cruise for having a panic attack: Dementia sufferer and her veteran husband claim they were thrown out of their £8,000 suite after she fell ill.

84 year-old grandmother Marguerite Hayward was traveling with her husband, war veteran Fred Hayward, on board the Regent Seven Seas Cruises when she awoke late one night suffering from a panic attack linked to her dementia. Hayward with a sedative and she quickly fell asleep "with her husband cuddling her." The following morning, Ms.

The ship doctor and nurse responded to the incident along with the chief of security who appeared in the couple's luxury suite, reporting yelling at Mrs. Hayward appeared "calm and relaxed," remembering nothing about the preceding night's events.

The Haywards were handed a medical bill from the ship infirmary of over

sent me a article appearing today in the British newspaper, Daily Mail, titled Grandmother, 83, is kicked off her 6-star cruise for having a panic attack: Dementia sufferer and her veteran husband claim they were thrown out of their £8,000 suite after she fell ill.84 year-old grandmother Marguerite Hayward was traveling with her husband, war veteran Fred Hayward, on board the Regent Seven Seas Cruises when she awoke late one night suffering from a panic attack linked to her dementia. Hayward with a sedative and she quickly fell asleep "with her husband cuddling her." The following morning, Ms.The ship doctor and nurse responded to the incident along with the chief of security who appeared in the couple's luxury suite, reporting yelling at Mrs. Hayward appeared "calm and relaxed," remembering nothing about the preceding night's events.The Haywards were handed a medical bill from the ship infirmary of over $1,300 and then, after quickly packing, ordered into a tender to be taken ashore to the Italian port of Sorrento.The ship doctor reportedly informed the Italian doctors that he suspected that Ms. Hayward on a drip and placed her on oxygen, and she quickly became unconscious, according to her husband.This is not the first time that a cruise line booted an elderly passenger with dementia and her husband off of a ship.

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sent me a article appearing today in the British newspaper, Daily Mail, titled Grandmother, 83, is kicked off her 6-star cruise for having a panic attack: Dementia sufferer and her veteran husband claim they were thrown out of their £8,000 suite after she fell ill.

84 year-old grandmother Marguerite Hayward was traveling with her husband, war veteran Fred Hayward, on board the Regent Seven Seas Cruises when she awoke late one night suffering from a panic attack linked to her dementia. Hayward with a sedative and she quickly fell asleep "with her husband cuddling her." The following morning, Ms.

The ship doctor and nurse responded to the incident along with the chief of security who appeared in the couple's luxury suite, reporting yelling at Mrs. Hayward appeared "calm and relaxed," remembering nothing about the preceding night's events.

The Haywards were handed a medical bill from the ship infirmary of over $1,300 and then, after quickly packing, ordered into a tender to be taken ashore to the Italian port of Sorrento.

The ship doctor reportedly informed the Italian doctors that he suspected that Ms. Hayward on a drip and placed her on oxygen, and she quickly became unconscious, according to her husband.

This is not the first time that a cruise line booted an elderly passenger with dementia and her husband off of a ship.

,300 and then, after quickly packing, ordered into a tender to be taken ashore to the Italian port of Sorrento.

The ship doctor reportedly informed the Italian doctors that he suspected that Ms. Hayward on a drip and placed her on oxygen, and she quickly became unconscious, according to her husband.

This is not the first time that a cruise line booted an elderly passenger with dementia and her husband off of a ship.