Adventure Of The Seas cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a passenger vessel with IMO number 9167227, owned by Royal Caribbean. Among the unfortunate events at sea are fire, Norovirus illness outbreaks, crew and passenger incidents (deaths, injuries, crimes), machinery malfunctions.
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Adventure Of The Seas accidents & incidents
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- November 13, 2012, while the ship was on a Transatlantic crossing itinerary, an engine room fire incident happened. The fire caused power loss for ~2 min.
- March 20, 2014, propulsion system malfunction forced the ship to change the cruise itinerary. The problem was that the Azipod unit was loosing oil and soon shut down. To prevent oil spill incident, the ship was immediately surrounded by oil booms. When the ship was docked in St Kitts (West Indies), the engineering crew managed to fix the Azipod problem temporarily. Since the vessel had to proceed at lower cruising speed, Royal Caribbean International changed the current cruise itinerary, canceling the Southern Caribbean ports in Aruba and Curacao and replacing them with the Eastern Caribbean ports in Antigua, St Maarten and St Croix.
- March 23, 2014, the ship lost propulsion, causing a late arrival in homeport San Juan (Puerto Rico). Further propulsion problems caused a delay of the last itinerary before the drydock repairs, that started on March 30 in Bahamas.
Crew & Passenger Death accidents
- March 6, 2010, a male Canadian passenger died collapsing while playing in the ship’s casino. The med crew succeeded in reviving him once through CPR, but the man lost pulse and stopped breathing again. They tried unsuccesfuly to revive him the second time, and pronounced him dead from natural causes.
- December 28, 2013, a 26-year-old Canadian male passenger jumped overboard from the balcony of his cabin. At the time of the accident, the man (named Tien Phuoc Nguyen) was influenced by alcohol and arguing with his family. After another passenger reported the jump, the ship stopped and turned around. Local authorities were alerted. The search and rescue operation used a local patrol boat and also MH-65 Dolphin helicopters. After ~40 min an USCG helicopter arrived and assumed responsibility for the operation, while the ship continued towards San Juan. The man’s body was never found. The ship was in Puerto Rico waters, 15 nautical miles (17 ml / 28 km) east of Mona Island. This was the last night of a 7-day Caribbean cruise roundtrip from San Juan.
Crew & Passenger incidents (injuries, crimes)
- August 16, 2016, a total of 9 cruise passengers (3 of German and 6 of American origin) were injured in a road accident during a Jeep Safari excursion. The injured were transported to the Mount St John’s Medical Centre. The open-air jeep was overtaking a tractor. The jeep’s driver swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle causing it to flip on its side. The Jeep Safari tour was operated by the local operator “Tropical Adventures”. The accident occurred during 8-day round-trip San Juan Puerto Rico cruise (itinerary Aug 13-20) visiting St Maarten, St Kitts, Antigua (St Johns), St Lucia (Castries) and Barbados.
Norovirus cruise illness outbreaks
- November 2006, CDC reported on voyage Nov 5 to 12, Norovirus outbreak (gastrointestinal illness) infected 129 passengers (out of 3260, or 4%) and 1 crew (out of 1174, or 0,1%). All sick suffered from Norovirus symptoms (vomiting, diarrhea) and were quarantined to their cabins.
- October 12, 2014, a Norovirus outbreak on the ship was reported on the Western Mediterranean cruise from Southampton. The roundtrip itinerary from UK was 14-nights long. All 93 passengers and 4 crew suffered from the Noro virus symptoms. Next cruise embarkation was delayed due to the vessel’s full cleaning in the Port of Southampton.
- Note: When the itinerary doesn’t include US cruise ports, the ship is not required to report to CDC, thus no official illness report would be issued.
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