Cruise Pulse: Top Stories for Dec. 1, 2015
From our high seas sailing of the world wide web, check out some of today's top cruise stories...
Fathom Celebrates National #GivingTuesday to Encourage Spending with a Purpose
Celestyal Adds 43 New Balconies to the Crystal
Un-Cruise Adventures Adds Land Tours in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska
Seabourn Cruise Line Picks Figliulo & Partners to Help It Attract New Passengers
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Royal Caribbean International's Independence of the Seas spotted and rescued eight Cuban refugees in a row boat "that appeared to be attached to barrels."
Princess Cruises' 2,600-guest Grand Princess briefly lost power after experiencing a fire in its engine room about 100 miles off Hilo on its way to Hawaii from San Francisco, California. The ship has since resumed course.
A man who was bitten by a fur seal after visiting Salisbury Plain Beach on South Georgia Island was rescued by the British military, two aircraft and a warship, from aboard the Akademik Sergey Vavilov in the South Atlantic.
While 10 miles from Galveston, Texas, the Coast Guard had to medevac a 12-year-old boy suffering from stomach pains from Princess Cruises' Caribbean Princess, which also is delayed from returning to the port because of heavy fog.
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