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Drunk passenger drowned in pool
A passenger drowned on the "Caribbean Princess" during the last cruise. The man, believed to be in his 30’s, was found in the bottom of the Neptune pool on deck 15 of the vessel on June 14, 2019, around 5 a.m. He reportedly had been drinking the previous night during a party on the pool deck (24K Gold Deck Party) and later at the Skywalkers Lounge on the ship. CPR was reportedly performed without success. The Princess cruise ship was sailing back to Fort Lauderdale on the evening of June 13th after visiting Cozumel, Mexico. The guest had apparently entered the swimming pool which was allegedly closed. It was unknown whether the Caribbean Princess had assigned any security personnel to the pool or to patrol the pool deck. Tthe decedent’s body will probably be autopsied by the Broward County Medical Examiner’s office after the ship returned to Fort Lauderdale. The Caribbean Princess was sailing on a seven day cruise, leaving from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on June 8, 2019 to George Town, Grand Cayman, Roatan, Honduras, Belize City, Belize, and Cozumel, Mexico. The Princess cruise ship returned to Fort Lauderdale on June 15.
Medevac off Nassau
The US Coast Guard medevaced a 43-year-old crew member from the "Caribbean Princess" approximately 219 miles south of Nassau, Bahamas, on Jan 25, 2019. Watchstanders at Coast Guard 7th District Command Center received a phone call from the cruise ship requesting a medevac reporting a crewmember had an object lodged in his throat. A Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew, deployed to the U.S. Navy Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC) in Andros Island, arrived on scene, hoisted the crewmember and safely transferred him to awaiting emergency medical services, which transported him for further care to Doctor’s Hospital in Nassau.
Medevac off Bahamas
The US Coast Guard medevaced a 70-year-old man from the "Caribbean Princess" approximately 46 miles northwest of the Bahamas on Feb 18, 2018. Watchstanders at Coast Guard 7th District received a notification at approximately 8 a.m from the ship stating a man aboard was suffering from chest pains and required emergency medical assistance. The watchstanders directed the launch of a Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew to assist. The Jayhawk crew hoisted the patient and his nurse, and took them to Cheshire Hall Medical Centre on Turks and Caicos Islands at approximately 12:55 p.m.News schreiben