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Cruise Passengers Still Stuck At Sea

March 29, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
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Cruise Passengers Still Stuck At Sea
Mar 29, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8

Over 10,000 passengers and 3,000 crew are still stuck at sea.

Holland Americas Zaandam and Rotterdam get permission to transit Panama Canal. As of Friday 4 people has died onboard the Zaandam and 138 more were sick with flu like symptoms. The Rotterdam has brought extra supplies and staff to help.

They have moved the sick passengers into a single vessel to try and gain permission to transit the canal which has strict health guidelines in place.

The Zandam cruise started on March 7th and was supposed to end on the 21st in Chile.

As well the Coral Princess, P&O's Arcadia, TUI Marella Explorer 2, Azamara Pursuit and Pacific Princess.

Norwegian Star reportedly removed passengers earlier in Chile with no travel arrangements and reneged on their promise to cover expenses home.

Reports of Oasis of the Seas crew members becoming ill have now been reported.

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Show Notes

Over 10,000 passengers and 3,000 crew are still stuck at sea.

Holland Americas Zaandam and Rotterdam get permission to transit Panama Canal. As of Friday 4 people has died onboard the Zaandam and 138 more were sick with flu like symptoms. The Rotterdam has brought extra supplies and staff to help.

They have moved the sick passengers into a single vessel to try and gain permission to transit the canal which has strict health guidelines in place.

The Zandam cruise started on March 7th and was supposed to end on the 21st in Chile.

As well the Coral Princess, P&O's Arcadia, TUI Marella Explorer 2, Azamara Pursuit and Pacific Princess.

Norwegian Star reportedly removed passengers earlier in Chile with no travel arrangements and reneged on their promise to cover expenses home.

Reports of Oasis of the Seas crew members becoming ill have now been reported.

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More news stories and reviews are just a click away at www.cruisenews.io.

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