Carnival Corp Lifetime Ban Over Cruise Ship Artwork Auction Lawsuit

A United States Federal Maritime Commission judge ordered Princess Cruise Lines to end its blacklisting of Lisa Cornell, of Weston, Florida.  Administrative Law Judge Clay Guthridge found the company violated US law by banning Cornell, a top-tier member of Princess’s… Continue Reading

Lawsuit Anthem of the Seas Hurricane Hermine Injuries

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines’ Anthem of the Sea embarked from Bayonne, New Jersey on February 6, 2016 with 4,500 passengers and 1,600 crew aboard, for a seven-day cruise to Florida and the Caribbean. At the time there were National Oceanic… Continue Reading

Federal Budget Cuts Threaten NOAA NWS Hurricane Forecasting

Cruise Ship Weather, a division of the Cruise Ship Wave Network was alerted to an article by Portland (Maine)Press Herald which is reporting 2018 budget cuts would impact National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Weather Service.  NOAA is… Continue Reading

Cruise Ship Norwegian Joy Float Out Papenburg Germany

Launched by Norwegian Cruise Lines on  March 4, 2017, Norwegian Joy has 20 Decks, 3,900 passenger capacity with a crew of 1,700 and the cruise ship will fly the flag of the Bahamas, though it will be home ported in Shanghai… Continue Reading

Cruise ship aircraft carrier wonky wonkier wonkiest solutions for housing homeless

Tech entrepreneur Greg Gopman, of AngelHack, a company which organizes hackathons, complained on Facebook in 2013 (seen on his website titled, The Stupidest Thing I Ever Did) about the “homeless, drug dealers, dropouts, and trash, the degenerates gather like hyenas,… Continue Reading