Seven Seas Explorer accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's Seven Seas Explorer cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 829-passenger vessel owned by Regent Seven Seas. Our Seven Seas Explorer accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- medevacs – 2017, 2018
|28 December 2018||Coast Guard Medevacs|
On December 28, 2018, a 73-year-old male passenger (suffering a suspected stroke) was medevaced via rescue boat near Mossel Bay (South Africa). Mossel Bay's National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) was contacted by the cruise ship at 8 pm. The operation was conducted by NSRI and also included ambulance paramedics and an EMS duty doctor. The operation was conducted in rough weather with up to 75 kph (45 mph) winds and up to 4 m (13 ft) waves. The elderly man (in stable condition) was secured on a stretcher, offloaded on the rescue boat and accompanied by his wife transported to Mossel Bay Hospital.
The ship was on a 15-day "South African Cheer" cruise (itinerary December 22 - January 5) roundtrip from homeport Cape Town to Namibia (Luderitz, Walvis Bay), South Africa (Port Elizabeth, East London, Durban), Mozambique (Maputo) and South Africa (Richards Bay, Mossel Bay, Cape Town). During the incident, the cruise liner was approx 100 km (60 ml) east from Mossel Bay, en-route from Namibia to South Africa (Port Elizabeth).
|07 March 2017||Coast Guard Medevacs|
On March 7, 2017, an 89-year-old male passenger was medevaced by an USCG team. The ship was en-route from Miami to Key West FL, approx 25 ml (40 km) southeast of Islamorada (“Village of Islands”, Florida USA). The man was airlifted and transported to Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital. The ship was on 10-day Caribbean cruise (itinerary March 6-16) roundtrip from homeport Miami FL to ports in Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Grand Cayman Island.
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