Out of the 705 Diamond Princess Cruise ship passengers found to be infected with COVID-19, eight people have been confirmed dead so far.
What’s not been given much press as of late is the 325 passengers who have reportedly recovered from the novel coronavirus.
Passengers stranded on Princess Cruises’ Diamond Princess might soon be able to avail free porn as efforts to halt the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV, also known as COVID-19) inside the ship continue.
The bold offer comes from Miami-based adult company CamSoda, which promises each eligible passenger 1,000 free tokens that may be spent for camming with porn models on their website.
More than 100 foreigners who arrived in Japan via cruise ships have been reported missing in the country since last year.
Since the Ship Tourism Landing Permit System under Japan’s Immigration Control Act took effect on Jan. 1, 2015, the country has seen a huge rise in foreigners travelers.
Passengers of a family cruise ship in Australia ended up having a “huge bachelor party” instead of a relaxing three-day vacation after an unexpected arrival of a rowdy group.
Some 1,300 men from Kamla Pasand, a data company based in India, reportedly hijacked Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas and took control over its decks and bars over the course of three nights.
Three Canadians travelling on a luxury cruise are now in custody following the largest drug bust seen in Australia.
The two women, Mélina Roberge and Isabelle Lagace, from Quebec, Canada had spent the past two months aboard the MS Sea Princess cruise ship. Roberge, 22, and Lagace, 28, documented their travels on their social media pages.
One Chinese tourist’s story of survival has shocked may after falling seven stories from a cruise ship an then swimming for over a day and a half in the ocean until she was rescued by fishermen.
The 32-year-old woman, identified by her surname Fan, recently set sail on the Royal Caribbean for a five-day cruise that departed from Shanghai, China to South Korea and Japan.
If you’ve always wanted a unique ocean vessel and have a couple million dollars to spare, luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz may have the one for you — if you act fast.
Mercedes-Benz Style, the German automobile manufacturer’s design sub-brand, will be producing only 10 Edition 1 models of its first-ever ocean vehicle, the Arrow 460 Grantourismo Edition Yacht, which it debuted four years ago as a concept at the 2012 Monaco Yacht Show. The base model will cost buyers $1.7 million.