Travel Advisory (WA) #1: Europe and the Caribbean are experiencing a number of high-profile incidents with cruise ships.
For those who are not familiar with these incidents, it is important to understand that the following are not the result of a terrorist attack or an accident but rather a natural disaster.
As with all natural disasters, it’s important to learn how to prepare for and respond to them before you leave your home country.
Read more about the current threat of cruise ships, the threats they pose to the safety of those on board, and how you can protect yourself.
The following is a list of cruise ship incidents that have caused cruise ship passengers to be evacuated from their cruise ship: January 8, 2016: A Carnival cruise ship in the French port of Marseille, France was hit by lightning on the decks of the ship.
The ship was travelling from St. Eustatius to Marseille when the accident occurred.
According to the French Maritime Police, the ship was traveling at a speed of over 30 knots when it hit the lightning, which caused the ship to lose power and capsized.
The company that owned the cruise ship was fined $6,000 for the incident.
The cruise ship had just left the port of Saint Eustate, and was scheduled to dock with another cruise ship.
When the accident happened, passengers from the first ship were evacuated from the second ship, according to local media reports.
The second ship was delayed from docking with the first until Tuesday.
January 8 and 10, 2016 : A cruise ship collided with a fishing vessel in the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence off the coast of Quebec.
The boat had been carrying around 3,000 people and had been sailing with an estimated capacity of 5,000 to 6,000 passengers.
The captain of the boat had reportedly failed to keep his ship in order when the collision happened.
The crew of the fishing vessel was able to escape uninjured.
The Coast Guard had said the incident was not believed to be a terrorist incident.
According the Associated Press, the vessel was carrying between 3,500 and 5,500 passengers.
January 11, 2016 (France): A passenger train in France derailed and derailed on a track in the Alps, injuring at least eight people and injuring at at least 31 others.
The accident occurred when a train carrying a total of 17 passengers derailed near the town of La Boulogne.
The train was travelling at a top speed of 34 kilometers per hour.
The passengers were reportedly injured in the accident.
According a statement from the train company, the derailment happened due to a problem with the train’s steering.
The conductor told passengers to stop their trains, as he did not want to risk them.
January 16, 2016.
A passenger trains derail in the middle of a railway line in Germany.
The railway company said that an electrical fault on a train caused the derailments.
It said that the conductor failed to heed the warning, which he gave them and that the train was traveling on an undisturbed track.
A spokesperson for the railway company told The Local that the derailings took place at about 6:00 p.m. local time, and that all of the passengers were safely evacuated.
The incident happened at the Schloss Stadt-Oberhafen station in Bavaria.
The spokesman said that three people had been injured and that no one had died as a result of the accident, according the AP.
January 17, 2016 .
A passenger passenger train derailed near Hamburg, Germany.
All of the train passengers were rescued from the derailed train.
The first of the victims, a female passenger, was transported to a local hospital in a serious condition.
The passenger train was carrying around 1,000 riders on board the train.
A second passenger, a woman, was taken to a hospital in critical condition.
According The Local, the incident occurred in the town area of Hamburg, in the city of Baden-Württemberg.
The local authorities have been informed about the accident and have ordered a thorough investigation.
The Local also reported that the rail line had been shut down for several hours, and there were delays as a consequence.
The German Railways (DRB) has also confirmed that an accident has taken place.
According DRB, a total number of 33 passengers on the train were transported to hospitals.
A total of three people were seriously injured, two of whom were in critical conditions.
All the injured passengers were transferred to the regional hospital in Baden.
According German news outlet Die Welt, the accident was the result the conductor had failed to follow the warning to stop the train, which is a standard safety protocol when travelling on a line with a high number of passengers.
This is not the first time a train has derailed in the region of Germany, with similar incidents occurring in the past.
In 2016, a passenger train carrying around 2,500 people derailed in Germany’s southern