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Types of Shore Excursion Accidents to Watch Out For

Swimming with dolphins. Paragliding. Snorkeling. Ziplining.

When you see these types of offerings associated with your cruise, they probably seem exciting and fun. Which they can be.

If you’re taking a cruise soon that features shore excursions, though – and most of them do – you need to understand the possible dangers that come with these types of activities as well so that you can balance that excitement with safety.

In this post, we’re going to tell you what kind of accidents tend to occur on shore excursions and what you can do to fight back if you are injured due to another’s negligence.

Recent Shore Excursion Accidents

When an Israeli couple embarked on a Royal Caribbean International cruise to

Sick at Sea? What to Expect When You See a Cruise Ship Doctor

Cruise ship vacations are relaxing and care-free…until someone gets sick or hurt. Doctors and nurses will be on board to help you recover, but your experience at sea might not go as planned. If you are preparing to go on a cruise soon, know what to expect when you see a cruise ship doctor.

Who Is the Doctor on Board?

Depending on the number of passengers, cruise ships will have 1-2 doctors and 2-4 nurses on call 24 hours a day.

Here is the good news about going to a medical facility on a cruise ship. Many cruise lines that sail internationally require that doctors are registered throughout a handful of English-speaking countries, including Canada and Australia. They have the

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