More Information on Recent Cruise Ship Sexual Assault Arrest

Last week we blogged about a cruise ship worker who was recently arrested for allegedly raping a fellow crew member aboard the ship on which they worked as it sailed toward St. Thomas. Now, authorities have released more information about the case. Authorities have identified Louie Ison Mangampat of the Philippines as the alleged perpetrator.…

Read More

Accidents and Sexual Assault on Cruise Ships

Cruise vacations entice millions of men, women, and families worldwide to pack their bags and embark on a sea-going voyage. Unfortunately, many people are harmed each year by cruise ship accidents. Sexual assault and rape are also common occurrences onboard popular cruise lines. Learn about accidents and sexual assault on cruise ships in the video…

Read More

Legal Advice for Victims of Sexual Assault on a Cruise Ship

Cruise ship vacations often give passengers a false sense of security. There’s no police presence on board, but crewmembers in security uniforms give the impression of safety. While there are typically hundreds of passengers, certain areas of the vessel have less traffic. Dark corners and empty corridors combined with the over-serving of alcohol make for…

Read More

Sexual Assault On Cruise Ship- What Do I Do?

If you have been sexually assaulted aboard a cruise ship, there are actions that you should take in the immediate aftermath of the incident in order to ensure your safety and to help authorities hold the perpetrator accountable. In the following video, cruise injury attorney Jack Hickey details the steps you should take if you…

Read More

How Common Is Cruise Ship Sexual Assault?

Whenever we do a blog about cruise ship sexual assault, we like to remind the reader that, of all the crimes reported aboard cruise ships, sexual assault is the most commonly reported. We do this because it bears repeating, and because it is an astounding statistic. Every year passengers report more cruise ship sexual assaults…

Read More

U.S. Attorney Announces Guilty Plea in Cruise Ship Rape Case

According to Newsweek, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts has announced that a man who was charged with raping a minor aboard a cruise ship in 2017 has pleaded guilty. 32-year-old Adam Christopher Boyd has admitted to raping an intoxicated 15-year-old boy as the two sailed abord the Norwegian Dawn cruise ship…

Read More