Passenger Medevaced from Voyager of The Seas

   March 18, 2020 ,   Accidents

A cruise passenger has been evacuated on Tuesday, March 17, from Voyager of The Seas which was docked in Sydney Harbour.

The patient was taken off the vessel after suffering a stroke onboard.

The Royal Caribbean ship, with nearly 4000 people onboard, docked for a short time in Sydney and later continued her journey before returning to the port city again on Wednesday.

Voyager Of The Seas cruise ship

The cruise left the port of Sydney on March 7 and has so far visited Noumea New Caledonia and Mystery Island Vanuatu. However, Voyager of The Seas was denied entry to Luganville and Port Vila.

A spokesperson for Royal Caribbean said that as the ship had been on an international itinerary, passengers would be "required to self-isolate under measures announced by the Australian Government."

For other Voyager of the Seas accidents and incidents see at the ship's CruiseMinus page.

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