Category Archives: Maritime Law

A new look at cruise ship muster drills and passenger ship evacuation procedures – “women and children first” – not the Captain – and don’t forget to NOT to return to your cabin to get your life jacket!




With the 100 year anniversary of the epic sinking of the RMS Titanic approaching and the recent bizarre grounding of the MS Concordia, undoubtedly maritime disasters are forefront in our minds. The International Maritime Organization, through its Secretary-General Koji Sekimizu, … Continue reading

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Costa Cruise Ticket – Forum Selection – Non US Cruises




b) Voyages That Do Not Depart from, Return to, or Visit a U.S. Port – All claims, controversies, disputes, suits and matters of any kind whatsoever arising out of, concerned with or incident to any voyage that does not depart … Continue reading

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