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Two cruise line workers tested positive for Covid 19
Two cruise line workers from India who were due to embark on the 'Marella Explorer' have tested positive for Covid-19 as they were about to board the ship off Devon. 34 cruise workers from India arrived in Torquay last week to board the vessel as the industry prepares to restart fully. The crew members had passed Covid tests before flying to the UK and underwent further testing at the port, carried out as part of boarding requirements. Crew who passed dockside tests went into on-board quarantine for 10 days before joining the rest of the crew. The two crew members have been sent to self-isolate at a hotel in Southampton.
MEdevac off Las Palmas
On MArch 24, 2020, the crew of the SAR boat 'Salvamar Nunki' carried out the medical evacuation of a crew member of the 'Marella Explorer'. The cruise ship was anchored in the southern bay of Las Palmas. The patient was transferred to the Muelle Deportivo.
Two passengers died in one night
Two elderly British passengers died aboard the "Marella Explorer" while enroute from Iceland to Dublin on Sep 15, 2019. Both cases were treated as not suspicious. One of the elderly men was travelling on his own while the other was on board with a relative. The deaths were not being considered as suspicious. The deceased were on the final leg of their journey and were expected to return to Southampton after spending a final day in Dublin. The Dublin City Coroner will be taking care of post mortems on the two bodies at the city mortuary. The passenger’s relatives were making arrangements to bring their remains back to the UK. The Former Lord Mayor Nial Ring offered his sympathies to the pensioners’ families.News schreiben