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Medevac in Tampa Bay
The US Coast Guard medevaced a 75-year-old woman in Tampa Bay from the "Carnival Miracle" on Feb 2, 2019. Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg command center watchstanders received a call at 5:36 p.m. from medical personnel aboard the cruise ship stating a passenger was suffering from stroke like symptoms. A Coast Guard Station St. Petersburg 45-foot boat launched to assist and arrived at 7:28 p.m. The crew assisted the woman aboard and transported her to Fort De Soto Fishing Pier where a Pinellas Fire and Rescue crew was awaiting. Report with video: https://coastguardnews.com/coast-guard-medevacs-woman-off-cruise-ship-in-tampa-bay/2019/02/03/
Port stay in Tampa longer than scheduled
The "Carnival Miracle" kept in port in Tampa for two days. She was originally scheduled to depart on May 27, 2018, and visit Belize, Honduras, Grand Cayman and Mexico. But because of pre-emptive but necessary maintenance work the vessel required two extra days in port. Carnival offered a two-day pro-rated fare refund, $200 onboard credit to all staterooms, free shuttles to some Tampa Bay attractions and special shows. Passengers could have cancelled and received a full refund, or rescheduled without penalty. The ship set sail on May 30 at 3.30 a.m.
Carnival Miracle begins year-round seven-day schedule from Tampa
Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Miracle has started a year-round programme of seven-day cruises from Tampa, doubling the line’s capacity at the Florida port. Carnival Miracle joins Carnival Paradise, which offers voyages to the Caribbean and Cuba, at Port Tampa Bay. The two ships will carry an estimated total of 280,000 passengers annually from the port. “Carnival Cruise Line has been sailing from Tampa for nearly 25 years and we’re thrilled to add a second year-round ship to provide our guests with an even greater variety of fantastic cruise vacation choices from this convenient homeport,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.News schreiben