I only needed a blood transfusion! Why did Norwegian Cruise Line leave me in St. Kitts?

When Andrew Goldstein suffers a sudden medical condition that requires a blood transfusion while on a Caribbean cruise, he is left behind in St. Kitts to seek treatment. Now he wants our advocates to help him get a refund for his cruise and reimbursement for his additional travel and medical expenses. But from whom?

Is the liability limit for a lost bag on NCL really just $100?

“We’re so sorry. This has never happened before.”

This was the response from a Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) customer service agent to Lyle Larson’s complaint after the cruise line lost his family’s luggage while transferring it to their cruise ship. Larson heard it repeatedly during the cruise, along with promises that his missing luggage would arrive later that day or the next day.

It never did.

Double-billed on a Bermuda cruise – but do I still have to pay?

Sonalika Rungta’s recent Bermuda cruise on the Norwegian Gem was hardly a treasured memory. At the end of her vacation, NCL presented her with two bills: one for the cabin she’d bought through a travel agency and another for the stateroom she accidentally bought through the cruise line’s Web site. Does she have to pay both?

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