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9445590
MMSI:
311058700
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C6ZL6
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42.0 m
Länge:
340.0 m
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Bahamas
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Position:
AIS Status :
Moving
Kurs:
28.5° / 0.0
Kompasskurs:
26.0° / 0.0
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Max. Geschwindigkeit:
Status:
moving
Gebiet:
Straits of Florida
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vor 8 Std
 
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9h 10m
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Cape Canaveral Approach
2021-11-21
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2021-11-14
Ankommen
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2021-11-14
Abfahren
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2021-11-11
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2021-11-06
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Die neuesten Nachrichten

Disney Fantasy passengers sued claim they caught coronavirus on ship

Tue Mar 09 10:06:43 CET 2021 Timsen

Disney Cruise Line was facing four federal lawsuits from Utah and Arizona tourists who claimed they contracted the coronavirus while on board the 'Disney Fantasy' in March 2020, just before the cruise business docked during the pandemic. The tourists said they contracted the virus while on board and began feeling sick, according to the four lawsuits filed on March 2, 2021, in federal court’s Orlando division that each seek unspecified damages. Disney Cruise Line disagreed with the allegations and will respond to them in court. No guests or crew reported symptoms of Covid-19 while aboard the vessel during the March 7, 2020, sailing. Disney Cruise Line communicated health and safety information with guests in advance of and during their sailing and had numerous protocols in place at the time. The lawsuits accused Disney of refusing to let passengers cancel or reschedule their cruises even if they had “autoimmune diseases and compromised health conditions,” so they were “left without any option” to go on their March 7-14, 2020 trip. According to a Disney email sent to passengers, guests were allowed to change their reservation up until the day before embarkation to receive a 100 percent cruise credit. The four plaintiffs retained the same Miami law firm and their complaints were similarly phrased in the court documents. The plaintiffs were Arizona residents Judy Parkin and Krystal Skinner and Utah residents Kailee Taylor and Scott and Jana Olsen. The attorneys representing the four lawsuits, Stefanie Black and Jason Margulies, did not return messages. The lawsuits provide brief details on the plaintiffs and their children’s symptoms. After the ship returned, the lawsuit claimed, Scott and Jana Olson’s child was taken to a hospital intensive care unit on March 16, 2020, with a high fever and difficulty breathing. The child, who had an unspecified autoimmune disease tested positive for COVID-19 on May 1, the lawsuit said. The parents also tested positive. One of Krystal Skinner’s children also had an autoimmune disease that wasn’t specified in the lawsuit and felt body aches, fever, chills and a cough on the cruise. Her other child, who has asthma, had migraines, a high fever and difficulty breathing. Both tested positive for COVID-19 on April 15. Their mother also felt sick on board and tested positive the same day as her children, according to the lawsuit.

Repatriation to Trinidad and quarantine

Wed May 27 12:35:34 CEST 2020 Timsen

A group of 53 Disney Cruise Line staff returned to Trinidad and Tobago aboard the 'Disney Fantasy' after being trapped at sea due to restrictions by Covid-19. The crew disembarked in two lifeboats and from the cruise ship complex they were transferred to a campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), where they will carry out their 14-day quarantine period. Because Trinidad and Tobago's borders remained closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and flatten the curve, the crew experienced weeks of uncertainty, during which numerous emails were sent to the Minister of Homeland Security, Stuart Young, requesting the landing. Past week, Young has agreed to allow Trinidadian crew members caught on cruise ships to return home. On May 23, six crew members from the 'Caribbean Princess' cruise ship were allowed to re-enter the country and immediately brought to the UWI campus to fulfill the quarantine period, and there were still more than 300 Trinidadians on another cruise ship, the 'Visions of the Seas'. Regarding this ship Minister Young explained that he was in contact with the owners of the ship to ask them to anchor in Trinidad and Tobago and quarantine the nationals on board the ship for 14 days. In case the owners of the ship accept the proposal of the minister, the Trinidadian crew will be evaluated and monitored on board the ship and when their quarantine ends, they will be allowed to disembark to return directly to their homes.

Cruise ship repatriates Mexican employees to Cozumel

Wed May 13 12:42:33 CEST 2020 Timsen

On MAy 14, 2020, the Disney Fantasy' was scheduled to dock at the Punta Langosta pier of Cozumel carrying Mexican employees who will leave the island and be flown back to their places of origin. The ship will arrive at the Punta Langosta pier with 68 Mexican passengers, 15 of whom were from Quintana Roo. On board the ship were repatriated in the face of the global health pandemic. Neither the ship, nor its passengers, represenedt any health risk for the population of Cozumel since the Mexicans repatriated on the cruise ship were free of coronavirus and their landing will take place without public interaction. The docking will be supervised by international health personnel who will monitor the medical log of each passenger before the arrival of the ship, which will be shared with the Municipal Health Committee to guarantee the security of the operation. Agents of the National Institute of Migration (INM) will also be there to ensure document verification protocols. Once the process is complete, those on board will descend from the cruise ship to board a ferry bound for Playa del Carmen, where they will be flown to their places of origin. Pedro Joaquin says those aboard the cruise ship will not have any interaction with the people of Cozumel. The acceptance was made in coordination with the federal and state governments because these people are Mexican and these moments are of great solidarity and support among all Mexicans.

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