Mein Schiff 5 accidents and incidents
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- medevacs - 2019
|07 July 2019||Coast Guard Medevacs|
On July 7, 2019, a female passenger was medevaced from the cruise liner navigating in North Minch Strait (northwestern Scotland) en-route to Orkney Island and near the Isle of Skye. For the emergency evacuation, the Stornoway Coastguard dispatched a rescue helicopter crew that airlifted the woman (at ~7:40 pm) and transported her to Inverness' Raigmore Hospital (arriving at 10:30 pm).
The incident occurred at the end of 10-day Grosbritannien/Great Britain cruise (itinerary June 30 - July 10) roundtrip from homeport Bremerhaven Germany to England (Southampton), Ireland (Dublin, Belfast) and Scotland (Greenock-Glasgow, Kirkwall-Orkney).
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