AIDAperla accidents and incidents

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CruiseMapper's AIDAperla cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 3400-passenger vessel owned by AIDA Cruises. Our AIDAperla accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.

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  • injuries/crimes – overboard/rescued (2017)
Date Accident
  30 June 2017 Crew / Passenger Injuries and Overboards

(overboard) On June 30, 2017, a 24-year-old male passenger naked jumped from the ship. The young man appeared to be on drugs. He was traveling together with his grandmother. The incident occurred in the morning (at ~6:30 am) while the ship exited Palma de Mallorca’s harbour. The man, swimming through the harbor, was saved by port guards, brought back onboard, then taken to a local hospital. The incident happened at the end of the 7-day Mediterranean cruise (inaugural itinerary June 24 - July 1) from Barcelona to Palma (Majorca Island, Spain).

  2013 Structural and Technical Issues

In 2013 (2 years into the shipbuilding project) the Mitsubishi company replaced many of the project’s management and engineering teams, including external specialists (non-Japanese). Detailed design works were finished in mid-2015.

The original MHI contract was USD 650 million for each of both AIDA vessels (Prima and Perla), including the ship design work. The Mitsubishi company booked a loss of USD 1,7 billion, including the compensation to AIDA Cruises. There were even rumors about MHI exiting the cruise ship building business.

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