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Norwegian Cruise Line to offer “Snow Room” in new ship

Norwegian Cruise Line’s new ship, Norwegian Escape, will feature a “Snow Room,” a revolutionary facility for the ship’s spa-goers who frequent such locales for relaxation and comfort while aboard.

According to the cruise line, the Snow Room, will be kept at around 21-32 degrees and manufacture fresh snow throughout the day. According to representatives from Norwegian, the facility will provide “a multitude of health benefits, including stimulating blood circulation in the body and strengthening the immune system.” The Snow Room will be part of the Norwegian Escape’s spa system that will also include a whirlpool, steam room, dry sauna, salt room and much more. It will also allow passengers to take a break from the heat on their sunny Caribbean vacations.

While cruises can be a fun way to vacation, it is important to be aware of the resources available to you if you get injured on your cruise. The attorneys at the Vucci Law Group, P.A. can make sure your rights will been upheld in the event of negligence, theft, assault, or injury. Call our offices at (786) 375-0344 to learn more.

Clemson student climbs Carnival Ecstasy’s mast and falls to his demise

SEPTEMBER 29– A 20-year-old man has died after falling from the forward mast of a cruise ship as it was on its way back to the port of Miami.

Miami-Dade police has identified the victim as 20-year-old North Carolina native and Clemson University student, Kendall Wernet. According to investigations, Wernet along with five or six others climbed the ship’s mast to catch the sunrise, dodging several clear warning signs on their way up. As they were gathered on the Carnival Ecstasy’s mast, the radar system was turned on and apparently caught Wernet, causing him to fall 20-feet onto the deck below.

Evidence points to this unfortunate incident as an accident, with no proof that there was alcohol or foul play involved.

Our entire Miami based legal team at The Vucci Law Group, P.A. sends our condolences to Kendall’s friends and family in this unfortunate time.