Cruise Ship Death off Cape Ann, MA
- On September 11, 2015, about 10 miles off of Cape Ann, MA, a 59-year-old woman was pulled from the water after falling from the Seabourn Quest cruise ship.
- Kreindler partners Anthony Tarricone and Dan Rose are leading an investigation into this tragedy.
& Kreindler is investigating an incident involving a 59-year-old woman
who was pulled from the water after falling from a cruise ship about 10 miles
off Cape Ann Friday night, September 11, 2015. The U.S. Coast Guard launched a
massive search after receiving a call at about 7 p.m. that a woman had fallen
overboard the cruise ship Seabourn Quest. The ship immediately slowed and
began its own search and rescue operations. Seabourn is a sister company to
based out of the Bahamas, left Boston Friday afternoon for a 10-day cruise to
Montreal and was bound for Bar Harbor, Maine. The woman’s body was recovered by
Rockport Harbormaster officials, who were searching the waters on a 24-foot
Boston Whaler with emergency medical service personnel on board, at
approximately 8:30 p.m. off Rockport.
to news sources, the FBI is now investigating the fatal cruise ship overboard
accident. As of Monday, September 14, the woman’s name and the cause of the
accident had yet to be disclosed.
& Kreindler is the leading law firm representing plaintiffs in the
United States and around the world in transportation accident cases and other
complex litigation matters involving aviation, maritime vessels, products
liability, auto, train and other transportation accidents. The firm has
represented hundreds of personnel injured and killed on tugs, freighters and
other cargo ships, as well as people who have suffered injuries or death in
recreational boating accidents and as passengers on cruise ships.
partners Anthony Tarricone and Dan Rose are leading the investigation.