Oceania Marina accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's Oceania Marina cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 1447-passenger vessel owned by Oceania Cruises. Our Oceania Marina accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
Here are also reported latest updates on cruise law news related to ashore and shipboard crimes still investigated by the police. Among those could be arrests, filed lawsuits against the shipowner / cruise line company, charges and fines, grievances, settled / withdrawn legal actions, lost cases, Norovirus, etc.
- Norovirus (passengers/crew) - 2011 (39 / 29), 2015 (69 / 11), 2019 (36 / 4)
|April 2019||Cruise Illness / Norovirus Outbreaks|
In April 2019, CDC issued an illness report about a Norovirus outbreak on the liner affecting a total of 36 passengers (out of 1066 or 3,38%) and 4 crew (out of 763 or 0,52%). The predominant symptom was diarrhoea.
The incident occurred during 18-day Panama Canal repositioning cruise (itinerary March 18 - April 5) from Callao (Lima Peru) to NYC (New York), with ports of call in Peru (Salaverry), Ecuador (Manta, Esmeraldas), Costa Rica (Puerto Limon), Guatemala (Puerto Barrios), Honduras (Isla Roatan), Belize (Harvest Caye), Mexico (Costa Maya) and USA (Miami FL, Norfolk VA, NYC).
|28 October 2018||Other Incidents|
On October 28, 2018, due to weather concerns, the ship's itinerary was changed with the scheduled port call at Zadar (Croatia) substituted with Dubrovnik (Croatia). Reportedly, many of the planned shore excursions along the route were also cancelled due to harsh weather in Southern Europe (gale force winds and heavy rains).
The incident occurred during a 7-day Mediterranean cruise (itinerary Oct 26 - Nov 2) from Venice to Rome (Civitavecchia) with call ports Ravenna, Zadar (replaced with Dubrovnik), Kotor, Corfu, Messina (Sicily) and Naples.
|May 2015||Cruise Illness / Norovirus Outbreaks|
April-May 2015, CDC reported on itinerary April 21 to May 7, a Norovirus outbreak (gastrointestinal illness) infected 69 passengers (out of 1185, or 5,8%) and 11 crew (out of 769, or 1,4%). All sick suffered from Norovirus symptoms (stomach cramps, vomiting, diarrhoea) and were quarantined to their cabins.
The ship reported to CDC increased cleaning and disinfection, sent daily reports of illness cases to VSP. Embarkation on the next voyage (departure May 7, from NYC New York) was delayed due to sanitation procedures, health assessment and outbreak evaluation.
The illness outbreak happened during the 16-day Panama Canal repositioning cruise from South America to the USA (Callao Peru) to NYC New York).
|March 2011||Cruise Illness / Norovirus Outbreaks|
February-March 2011, CDC reported on itinerary Feb 26 to Mar 15, a Norovirus outbreak (gastrointestinal illness) infected 39 passengers (out of 1126, or 3,5%) and 29 crew (out of 789, or 3,7%). All sick suffered from Norovirus symptoms (stomach cramps, fever, vomiting, diarrhoea) and were quarantined to their cabins.
The ship reported to CDC increased cleaning and disinfection procedures. Embarkation on the next voyage (departure March 16, from Miami Florida) was delayed due to health assessment and outbreak evaluation.
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