Wilderness Explorer accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's Wilderness Explorer cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 84-passenger vessel owned by UnCruise Adventures. Our Wilderness 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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- injuries/crimes - 2016 (Alaska, 2 tour guides mauled by a bear)
- Norovirus (passengers/crew) - 2002 (18 total)
|18 August 2016||Crew / Passenger Injuries and Overboards|
On August 18, 2016, two tour guides (male and female) were reported with serious injuries after being mauled by a bear in Alaska. They were medevaced by a USCG helicopter (deployed from Sitka AK) for medical treatments ashore.
The injured were wilderness guides leading an afternoon hiking tour for cruise passengers, approx 30 ml / 50 km north of Sitka AK. The helicopter crew hoisted and transported the injured to Sitka in stable conditions, but with multiple injuries and severe lacerations.
|July 2002||Cruise Illness / Norovirus Outbreaks|
In July 2002, the ship reported on itinerary July 26 - Aug 1, a Norovirus outbreak (gastrointestinal illness) infected 18 passengers and crew (out of 108, or 17,9%). All sick suffered from Norovirus symptoms (stomach cramps, predominantly vomiting and diarrhoea) and were quarantined to their cabins.
The following voyage was cancelled for extensive sanitation. The vessel returned to service on August 8.
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