Dolphin helicopter medevaced woman after gastro issues
The US Coast Guard medevaced a 76-year-old woman approximately 35 miles southwest of the Golden Gate Bridge, in the morning of Sep 18, 2018. The "Star Princess" contacted Coast Guard Sector San Francisco watchstanders at approximately 5 a.m. requesting assistance for a passenger experiencing symptoms of gastrointestinal issues. A Coast Guard Air Station San Francisco MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew and a Coast Guard Air Station Sacramento C-27 Spartan aircraft crew launched to assist. Once on scene, the Dolphin crew lowered a rescue swimmer who assisted with hoisting the woman into the helicopter. The Dolphin crew arrived at Stanford Hospital shortly after 8 a.m., and transferred the woman to awaiting medical personnel.
Coast Guard medevacs woman from cruise ship 35 miles from Golden Gate Bridge
The Coast Guard rescued a 76-year-old woman about 35 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018. The cruise ship’s crew Star Princess notified the San Francisco air station that the woman was experiencing gastrointestinal issues.
Star Princess to move to P&O Cruises Australia’s fleet 2021
Princess Cruises’ Star Princess is to move to P&O Cruises Australia’s fleet at the end of 2021 as part of parent company Carnival Australia’s plan to gradually refresh its fleet. The 3,100-guest vessel, which was upgraded this January , will replace the considerably smaller Pacific Jewel, which will leave P&O Cruises in March 2019 after serving the brand for almost a decade.Upload News