Seabourn Odyssey accidents and incidents

Seabourn Odyssey cruise ship
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Cabins
225

Length (LOA)
198 m / 650 ft

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CruiseMapper's Seabourn Odyssey cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 540-passenger vessel owned by Seabourn Cruises. Our Seabourn Odyssey accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.

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  • propulsion/power loss - 2013
  • Norovirus - 2022 (15 pax + 5 crew)
DateAccident
  May 2022Cruise Illness / Virus Outbreaks

In May 2022, the CDC reported that during voyage April 28 - May 19, Norovirus symptoms (predominantly vomiting and diarrhea) experienced a total of 15 passengers (out of 380, or 3,95%) plus 5 crew (out of 347, or 1,44%).

The accident occurred during a 21-day Panama Canal repositioning cruise (from Miami to Los Angeles) with call ports in Florida (Key West), Colombia (Cartagena), Panama City, Costa Rica (Golfito, Puerto Caldera-Puntarenas), Guatemala (Puerto Quetzal) and Mexico (Puerto Chiapas, Huatulco, Cabo San Lucas).

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