A Florida man injured in a fall from Sky Pad, a bungee trampoline experience aboard Mariner of the Seas, is suing Royal Caribbean for $10m.

A fire caused by welding broke out on Deck 15 of Costa Smeralda at Meyer Turku shipyard. It has been extinguished, with two people undergoing checks for 'slight injuries' and approximately 10 experiencing smoke inhalation, according to the yard.

Princess Cruises will resume calls to its private island, Princess Cays in Eleuthera, Bahamas, on Feb. 4. None of the line's itineraries were impacted by a fire that broke out late night on Jan. 28 when no ships were present.

A fire broke out late Monday night at Princess Cays, Princess Cruises' private island in Eleuthera, Bahamas.

A cruise ship docking site at Key West's Mallory Square will be unusable for three months following damage to a mooring dolphin that may cost half a million dollars to repair.

The US National Transportation Safety Board’s Office of Marine Safety has installed BMT’s fully certified Rembrandt navigation simulator system.

The Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators' just-published report on their most recent search and rescue tabletop exercise said cruise ships can make valuable contributions to search and rescue (SAR) in the Arctic. To achieve this, dialogue between the cruise industry and SAR responders is essential.

The collapse of a highway bridge in the heart of Genoa on Tuesday killed 37 people. It also touched the cruise world, since Genoa is the home of Costa Cruises, and Stazioni Marittime is among the Mediterranean's busiest ports.

Following repairs to what MSC Cruises described as 'minor damage,' MSC Armonia resumed its Caribbean cruise after striking the end of the pier at Roatán in Honduras.

Eighteen people were taken to hospitals in Mexico after a Costa Maya tour bus carrying 27 passengers from Celebrity Equinox and Serenade of the Seas, a tour guide and driver overturned Tuesday morning.

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