The recent tragedy onboard an Oceania Cruises ship in which three people lost their lives after an engine room fire took place while the ship was docked at Port Castries in St. Lucia brings to light the need for yet another discussion about cruise ship safety.

While it appears no passengers were injured by the fire, reports note that the three individuals who were killed were two contractors and a crew member.

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