Honeymoon Cruise Passenger Lawsuit After Roatan Zipline Death – On Thursday, July 5, 2018, Egael Tishman, 24, from Israel and his new bride Shif Fanken, 27, were on their honeymoon aboard Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL) cruise ship Allure of the Seas in Roatan, Honduras for a seven-night Western Caribbean cruise.
Though, the zip line company alleges no wrong doing by their staff, having zip lined myself, on a similar multi cable zip line with a 2000 foot stretch, I know it’s standard procedure to hold people on the zip line platform, until the zip line is clear of other riders (as seen in Extreme Caribe Zip Line Tour video below). Something clearly went deadly wrong with internationally recognized, standard zip line safety procedures.
How Standard is the procdure? So standard, Extreme Caribe Zip Line Tour employees were clearly in violation of their own policy and internationally accepted Zip Line Procedures.
Allure of the Seas embarked from Ft Lauderdale, Florida on Sunday July 1, 2018. The ship then called at Nassau in the Bahamas before calling at Cozumel, Mexico, then Roatan. The ship arrived in Roatan at 0800 Hours on July 5 and departed at 5:00 pm. Allure of the Seas then sailed onto Costa Maya, Mexico, before returning to Ft. Lauderdale on Sunday, July 8.
- Allure of the Seas Honduras Honeymoon Zip Line Death
- Allure of the Seas Live Cruise Ship Tracker
- Allure of the Seas Cruise Ship Cameras
- Shif Fanken v. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
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Video:Canopy Tour in Roatan – Honduras