Norwegian Escape Disembarks Sick Cruise Passenger in Bermuda

   July 5, 2019 ,   Accidents

Norwegian Escape arrived in Bermuda’s waters earlier than scheduled on Tuesday, July 2, in order to disembark a sick passenger who needed medical care.

According to a Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson, Meyer Agencies had advised the NCL-Norwegian cruise ship requested to disembark a traveller on medical grounds, in Bermuda as soon as possible and had increased cruising speed to arrive at 10:30 a.m. on July 2, to carry out a MEDICO Transfer offshore to Pilot Boat St David.

Norwegian Escape cruise ship

The transfer had been safely conducted with the patient being subsequently taken to KEMH via an ambulance. Norwegian Escape berthed in Kings Warf as scheduled on Wednesday morning, July 3.

For other Norwegian Escape accidents and incidents see at the ship's CruiseMinus page.

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