Norwegian Encore accidents and incidents

Norwegian Encore cruise ship
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Cabins
2043

Length (LOA)
333 m / 1093 ft

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  • medevacs - 2022
DateAccident
  18 July 2022Coast Guard Medevacs

On July 18, 2022, while navigating in Chatham Strait (Alaska), at 5:48 am local time (13:48 UTC) the ship contacted the USCG Sector Juneau requesting a medical evacuation for a 64-year-old male passenger suffering from stroke-like symptoms since 4:35 am.

For the medevac, from CG Air Station Sitka was dispatched a Sikorsky MH-60 Jayhawk rescue helicopter to meet the liner. The aircrew arrived on the scene at 7:27 am local time (15:27 UTC). The man was hoisted and flown to Sitka's Mt. Edgecumbe Medical Center, arriving in stable condition.

The incident occurred at the beginning of a 7-day "Alaska: Glacier Bay, Skagway and Juneau Cruise" (itinerary July 17-24, roundtrip from Seattle WA) with call ports in the USA (Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay scenic cruising, Ketchikan) and Canada (Victoria BC).

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