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Medevac at Nab Anchorage
On April 9, 2023, at 7.25 p.m. the RNLB 'Alfred Albert William' was launched at th request of the Solent Coast Guard to medevac a crew member from the 'Aurora' at the Nab Anchoage, who was believed to have suffered a stroke. Amid calm weather, the lifeboat went alongside at 7.45 p.m., but here was a brief delay as the cruise ship rigged the side pontoon to assist in the trnsfer. At 8.20 p.m. two members of the lifeboat crew boarded the cruise ship and assisted the patient, who was able to walk, on board. The lifeboat then sailed to Portsmmouth Camber, where an ambulance was waiting. At 8.45 p.m. the man was handed over to the paramedics, and the lifeboat was re-housed at Bembridge at 9.30 p.m.
88 year old passenger died on board
An 88-year-old British passenger of the "Aurora" died aboard the ship in the morning of Aug 21, 2019. The vessel had sailed from Southampton to Funchal. The crew reported to the CROSS Corsen at 07.50 that the passenger had fallen ill. After a remote consultation of the maritime medical center of Toulouse and the SAMU in Brest, it was decided to send a Caiman NH 90 helicopter. Around the time when the staff was hoisted on board, shortly before 10 a.m., the patient was dead. His body will be kept on board until the ship has arrived in Funchal the next weekend.
P&O Cruises Confirms Aurora Will Have New Single Balcony Cabins Post-Dry Dock
P&O Cruises has confirmed Aurora will have six new single cabins as part of a planned dry dock, ahead of it becoming an adults-only ship. The 2,000-passenger vessel will enter dry dock in March 2019 and will have the balcony cabins fitted at the aft of Deck 8, where the kids club used to be. P&O Cruises has released no further details of the refurbishment at this stage. Aurora will join Arcadia and Oriana on April 8, 2019, as an adults-only ship.News schreiben