Bahamas: according to attorney, if violence continues cruise lines may pull out

Posted on January 19, 2014 • Filed under: Bahamas, Tourist Warning

caribbean360.com reported that Florida-based maritime lawyer Jim Walker believes that Nassau may be “one gunshot away” from seeing cruise lines drop it from their cruising itineraries.

Walker, partner at Walker & O’Neil, a Miami law firm that represents passengers and crew members injured or assaulted on cruise ships around the world, said he saw The Bahamas progressing along a path which led, in the case of countries like Colombia, to cruise lines pulling out of the destination. Read Article

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