Cruise Line: Passenger Intentionally Went Overboard North Of Hawaii
The 54-year-old woman was witnessed intentionally going overboard from the Grand Princess, Princess Cruises said, adding that the witness' account was confirmed by closed-circuit television. The Grand Princess was on day three of a 15-day cruise round-trip sail from San Francisco to Hawaii. The crew notified the service that the woman had gone overboard about 750 miles northeast of Hilo, the 14th Coast Guard District in Honolulu said. The Coast Guard listed her age as 30. The passenger was last seen about 1 p.m., the cruise line said. It said it immediately contacted the FBI and the Coast Guard.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/13/us/cruise-ship-passenger-missing/index.html

Bid for a cruise and help victims of Typhoon Haiyan

Fred Olsen is facilitating the return home of a number of staff from the most devastated areas and is sending a sizeable donation to its staffing agent in the region Bahia Shipping to distribute to families in urgent need of help. Royal Caribbean says its relief effort will total $1 million (620,000). Cunard Line, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines and P&O have also agreed to auction cruise cabins to Telegraph Travel readers to raise money for Mission to Seafarers. The winning bidders will each receive a cruise for two (see below for details). Peter Hughes, an award-winning cruise journalist and regular contributor to Telegraph Travel, added: My own experience of the Filipinos is that their zest is totally infectious and adds massively to the enjoyment of cruising. Tragedy is something one simply doesnt associate with these gracious people.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/10444724/Bid-for-a-cruise-and-help-victims-of-Typhoon-Haiyan.html

Yes, Marillion to headline music cruise

EST November 14, 2013 The band Yes. SHARE 195 CONNECT 29 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Progressive rock fans, your ship has come in. Again. MSC Cruises in April will host another "Cruise to the Edge" progressive rock festival at sea featuring more than two dozen bands and artists. The five-night musical extravaganza on the 3,502-passenger MSC Divina will be led by progressive rock band Yes, which also headlined the first Cruise to the Edge voyage in March.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.usatoday.com/story/cruiselog/2013/11/14/yes-marillion-music-cruise/3524883/

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