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Friday, February 15, 2013

What Does the Cruise Contract Say?

CNN's Erin Burnett did some intrepid reporting and "went to book a cruise . . .  on Carnival so we could look at the contract..."  The contract apparently says that, even after 5 days of being stuck on a disabled ship with no electricity or plumbing, "you're out of luck": 

Shute v. Carnival Cruise Lines reprise?

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Look at 45 N.E. 367.
If maritime law applies,Carnival is subject to an innkeepers liability.The 5 day disclaimer may be against public policy and in contravention of the common law.Bill

Posted by: Prof O'neil (Tulane) | Feb 17, 2013 5:35:26 PM

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