Silversea Cruises Passenger Injured While Tendering During Rough Weather Conditions
Our cruise tender boat injury lawyers have been retained to represent a Silversea Cruises passenger who was injured while tendering from a Zodiac onto the floating platform along the Silversea Cruises’ SILVER EXPLORER cruise ship during rough conditions at the Puerto Montt harbor in Chile. We are aware of other passengers that day who were also injured while exiting the Zodiac tenders and we would like to talk with these passengers so we could better assist our client. Cruise lines such as Silversea owes their passengers the legal duty to exercise reasonable care when conducting tendering operations. This duty may include positioning the cruise ship so that the tendering could be conducted on the ship’s lee, utilizing additional mooring lines so that the tender could be made fast to the receiving platform and even suspending operations until the weather conditions are more suitable. If you have any information about the SILVER EXPLORER’s November 11, 2017 tendering operations at Puerto Montt harbor, we as that you please contact us.