Star Legend accidents and incidents
Royal Viking Queen, Queen Odyssey, Seabourn Legend
159 m / 522 ft
CruiseMapper's Star Legend cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 312-passenger vessel owned by Windstar Cruises. Our Star Legend accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- renamed from “Seabourn Legend” in 2015 (transferred from Seabourn Cruises)
- deaths – overboard (2006-crew)
Previously, the vessel was operated under the names Royal Viking Queen (1992-1995 by Royal Viking Line), Seabourn Legend (1996-2015 by Seabourn Cruises) and Star Legend (since 2015 by Windstar Cruises).
|19 November 2006||Crew / Passenger Deaths|
(Seabourn Legend / overboard) On November 19, 2006, during a Transatlantic repositioning crossing from Europe to Florida USA, a male crew was reported missing and presumed fell overboard. The man was a galley/kitchen worker. The conducted by the ship search operation lasted for nearly 1 day but failed to find the body.
The next scheduled voyage's departure was delayed with 1 day as the ship arrived in homeport Fort Lauderdale FL on November 22, instead of Nov 21.
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