Seabourn Sojourn accidents and incidents
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- ship seizure – 2012 (in Buenos Aires, Argentina)
|08 March 2019||Other Incidents|
On March 8, 2019, due to bad weather conditions, the ship had to cancel the scheduled visit at Mossel Bay (planned port stay 8 am - 6 pm) and continued directly to Port Elizabeth.
The incident occurred at the beginning of 20-day Indian Ocean Islands cruise (itinerary March 5-25) from Cape Town (South Africa) to Male (Maldives) with ports of call in South Africa (Mossel Bay, Port Elizabeth, Durban), Madagascar (Tolagnaro), Reunion (Saint-Denis) and Mauritius (Port Louis).
|06 December 2012||Other Incidents|
On December 6, 2012, the liner carrying around 450 passengers was prevented from leaving Port Buenos Aires (Argentina) due to a protest over the Falklands / Malvinas. The cruise ship was blocked by protesting workers as it was scheduled to visit the disputed British overseas territory. The incident resulted in over 7-hours delay. The vessel was allowed to leave port only after the Captain pledged not to visit the islands.
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