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MouseGrandma

Hooked on DCL!!!
Joined
Apr 22, 2007
Does anyone know what REALLY happened? There is nothing in the FloridaToday or Orlando Sentinel or on the tv stations' websites.
 

lesroi

<font color=green>Glad to see it is up and running
Joined
Aug 31, 2000
We had a medical emergency on our cruise last week but luckily it was prior to our leaving the dock. I feel for the family though that they did not get to take their cruise!
 

Bear3412

DIS Veteran
Joined
Aug 12, 2011
I received first hand reports yesterday why they went back to port.
They forgot the Mickey ice cream bars, and the captain decided that could easily turn into a safety issue (riot), so the decision was made to return to port after consultation with the home office. No tug/boat was willing to haul the 1500 lbs out in the channel to meet the ship and try to offload. To risky. So they averted a potentially serious situation. This is why I book with DCL.
 

gometros

<font color=teal>WDWWDS Chief Weapons Inspector an
Joined
May 4, 2001
Just saw this on Cruise Critic (from ashley@cruisecritic):

Hey guys,

We've been in touch with Disney, and as you all suspected, it was a medical emergency, and a passenger had to be evacuated. We were told it only set the ship back a couple of hours, so the itinerary shouldn't be impacted.
 

Patrickprincess

faith trust and pixie dust
Joined
Oct 21, 2011
I hope the passnger is doing better. But what a bummer. The Dream captian handled verry well acroding to all reports. This is why i will travel with DCL
Just saw this on Cruise Critic (from ashley@cruisecritic):

Hey guys,

We've been in touch with Disney, and as you all suspected, it was a medical emergency, and a passenger had to be evacuated. We were told it only set the ship back a couple of hours, so the itinerary shouldn't be impacted.
 

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