Cruise ships are known for their luxury accommodations, adventures, and exhilarating activities. From rock climbing and basketball courts to water slides and on-board surfing, cruise lines continue to compete and improve their amenities, adding more interesting and blood-pumping experiences every year. Norwegian Cruise Lines and Scuderia Ferrari have partnered together to introduce the newest experience vacation cruises have to offer, a two-floor racetrack that can accommodate up to ten electric go-karts at a time. This new addition changes the cruise-ship game and demonstrates the increasingly competitive quality of cruises, a definite plus for adventurers on vacation cruises.
This amenity is not the only new one the Norwegian Joy has to offer. The ship also contains such fantastic new technologies as hovercraft bumper cars, outdoor laser tag, revolutionary water slides, and much more. This expansive ship will set sail this June from Shanghai to Tianjin. Upgrading to more high-end rooms can yield passengers even more benefits on this luxurious cruise, like free usage of the monumental racetrack. Norwegian Joy is a revolution for cruise lines, and new and more extravagant cruise ships will undoubtedly crop up to compete with this novel pioneer.
Cruises are meant to be altogether fun, relaxing, memorable experiences for individuals and families of all ages. Unfortunately, some activities meant to be fun can result in serious injuries, in addition to other dangers on board. If you or a loved one has been injured or hurt from your stay on a cruise line, you may be entitled to compensation to make up for the physical, emotional, and financial losses you have endured. At Louis A. Vucci, P.A., our qualified cruise ship injury legal team has years of experience with these cases and will fight for the full compensation you deserve. Please contact us at (786) 375-0344 today.
The New York Fire Department received an emergency call at around 4:40 p.m. on February 27 to transport a passenger from the Norwegian Cruise Line’s Jewel Class cruise ship, Norwegian Gem, WABC-TV New York reported.
According to a New York City official, the victim – a yet to be publicly identified elderly man – fell from the stairs on Deck 8 mid-ship.
The guest with a medical condition was brought back to the Staten Island dock, the base of Marine 9, where emergency medical personnel gave him first-aid treatment and then transported him to a local hospital for further medication.
The Caribbean-bound Norwegian Gem left at around 4 p.m. that day from the New York Harbor with around 2,400 guests on board for a 10-day cruise.
The legal team of the Louis A. Vucci, P.A., offer assistance to cruise ship passengers who have been injured while on a cruise ship. Call our offices at (786) 375-0344 today to learn more about pursuing financial compensation from those responsible.