Mein Schiff 1 accidents and incidents

Mein Schiff 1 cruise ship


Length (LOA)
316 m / 1037 ft

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  • medevacs - 2019 (crew)
  27 October 2019Coast Guard Medevacs

On October 27, 2019, a 44-year-old male crew was USCG-medevaced from the cruise liner navigating approx 30 km (30 mi) off Atlantic City (New Jersey USA) en-route from NYC to Norfolk. For the operation was dispatched an MH-65 Dolphin rescue helicopter, arriving at the scene at ~10:20 am. The man was airlifted (hoisted) as due to poor weather the helicopter was not able to land at the ship's helipad. The man was flown to Air Station Atlantic City from where ambulanced to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center.

The incident occurred at the beginning of 11-day "New York Mit Bahamas Ii" (Caribbean cruise, itinerary October 25 - November 5) roundtrip from homeport New York City (Bayonne NJ) to Norfolk VA, Port Canaveral FL, Miami FL, Nassau (Bahamas) and Charleston SC.

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