The 'Songa Pride' has been arrested by the Admiralty Marshall on Sep 20, 2021, while anchored at the East side of Gibraltar. The ship remained moored in position 36 08 05N, 005 18 34W, as of Oct 15.
The 'Eagle' was arrested in Singapore on Oct 9, 2021, at 02.40 a.m. The arresting solicitor was Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP and the vessel was moored at the Eastern Anchorage (5215C). As of Oct 15, it remained stationary in pos. 01° 15.39' N 103° 52.49' E.
The Port Authority of Kalymnos was informed in the morning of Oct 14, 2021, by the Master of the 'Blue Star 2' that a person was located in the water southeast of the Pserimos prefecture and north of the Kos prefecture. A patrol boat rushed to the scene and recovered the person, which was taken to the port of Kos and then transported to the General Hospital of Kos for medical treatment. During a search in the wider sea area by the patrol boat, no other person was found. The rescued person, aged 28, had no legal travel documents and was arrested by the Kos Port Authority, which was conducting the preliminary investigation.
The 'Brentix', while en route from Tartous to Istanbul, suffered a technical failure and moored at Finike anchorage on Oct 12, 2021. The crew started carrying out repairs at the anchorage.
15 crew members on the 'Allure of the Seas'' tested positive for COVID-19 in week 41, 2021. The crew members and an undetermined number of close contacts were required to quarantine on the ship. The ship departed from Port Canaveral on Oct 4 on a “Western Caribbean Perfect Day“ itinerary. Royal Caribbean requires its crew members on the ship to be fully vaccinated.