Ship Diverts As Passengers Need Medical Care

October 30, 2018 | 2 Comments

The ‘Serenade of the Seas’ cruise ship — which is traveling from from Boston to St. Maarten –  is due into Bermuda today [Oct 30] as three passengers require medical care.

A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson said, “Cruise ship ‘Serenade of the Seas’ is due into Bermuda this morning to conduct the medical disembarkation of three passengers suffering from a range of issues [internal bleeding, broken limb and respiratory].

“Transfers will take place in the Murray’s Anchorage area due to offshore swell, with ships medical team escorting patients ashore via pilot boat St. David, for transfer via ambulance to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.

“Serenade of the Seas will then continue its original voyage from Boston to St. Maarten.”

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  1. Point boy says:

    Wow. 6+1

  2. Real Deal says:

    wow i hope they mean crew instead of passengers.

    how you break your limb on a ship while on vacation?
    internal bleeding too must have fell some how

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