Braemar accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's Braemar cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 970-passenger vessel owned by Fred Olsen. Our Braemar accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- renamed in 2001 (originally named Crown Dynasty, 1993)
- former names: Crown Dynasty, Crown Majesty, Norwegian Dynasty
- redesigned/stretched by Lloyd Werft (Bremerhaven Germany) in 2009
- deaths – 2016 (1 pax)
During its service history, the Braemar cruise ship was operating under the names Cunard Crown Dynasty (1993-1997, constructed for the Crown Cruise Line, but operated under charter by Cunard Line), Crown Majesty (1997, bought by the Majesty Cruise Line), Norwegian Dynasty (1997-1999, owned and operated by the NCL Norwegian Cruise Line), Crown Dynasty (1999-2001).
|02 January 2016||Crew / Passenger Deaths|
On January 2, 2016, a helicopter was called to medevac a 30-year-old female passenger but was stood down as she died on the ship. The incident occurred during 28-day Transatlantic repositioning cruise (itinerary Dec 10 to Jan 7), one-way from Tenerife (Canary Islands) to Bridgetown (Barbados). On this voyage, due to bad weather, the ship skipped 2 call ports – Funchal (Madiera, Dec 19) and Tenerife (Dec 22-23).
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