Last month, 247,433 people read 843,370 pages of Cruise Law News (per Google Analytics). That’s a record month for us.
If our readership continues to grow, as it has done over the years, we are on track to having 3,000,000 people reading over 10,000,000 pages of our blog a year.
Our blog is currently the number three most popular law blog in the U.S. (via Alexa) and the number one most popular law blog in the U.S. written by a practicing lawyer (again via Alexa).
The motto of our blog is “everything the cruise lines don’t want you to know.” If you want idyllic images of perfect cruise ship vacations to tropical paradises, stick to the travel publications and cruise fan blogs. We offer a glimpse into the world of cruising that the cruise executives prefer you not know.
In the last year, we broke stories involving MSC Cruises dumping garbage bags at sea, Silvesea Cruises hiding carts of food from U.S. health inspectors, and Carnival scrapping its crew retirement program. We provide an inside look at norovirus outbreaks that the cruise lines always blame on the passengers. This past week, our blog was featured in newspapers and on television in the Bahamas regarding the issue of crime against cruise passengers.
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