World Voyager accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's World Voyager cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 200-passenger vessel owned by Nicko Cruises (Mystic Cruises). Our World Voyager accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- Coronavirus - 2021 (5 crew)
|September 2021||Cruise Illness / Virus Outbreaks|
In mid-September 2021 German media sources reported a Coronavirus outbreak among the ship's crew. The first case was an engine room crew, and after retesting were discovered four more cases.
The outbreak was reported after disembarking the passengers from the previous voyage. None of the affected had contact with passengers. The Nicko Cruises-operated ship remained docked in Port Hamburg and under quarantine/not allowed to leave the port, so the next scheduled cruise was canceled. According to Nicko Cruises, World Voyager's entire crew was COVID-vaccinated.
Following the quarantine, the next voyage started on Sept 17 (Hamburg to Leixoes) visiting Holland, UK, France and Iberia, with call ports Amsterdam (Sept 18), Honfleur (20), Southampton (21), St Peter Port/Guernsey Island (22), Saint-Malo (23), Belle-Ile (24), Bordeaux (25), Gijon (27), La Coruna (28), ending in Leixoes-Oporto (on Sept 29).
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