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Cruise Ship With Sick Passengers Returns To Port Of Miami

Carnival Cruise Ship Earlier Closed Children's Camp

NBC 6 News Team

POSTED: 3:10 p.m. EST December 26, 2002

UPDATED: 3:30 p.m. EST December 26, 2002

MIAMI, Fla. -- Some passengers taking a holiday cruise were happy to be on dry land Thursday.

They were aboard the latest cruise ship to report sick passengers at sea.

The Carnival cruise ship Spirit pulled into the Port of Miami Thursday morning with several passengers reporting feeling ill.

Earlier in the week, Carnival had to cancel its popular day camp on the Spirit when several children in the program became sick with a stomach virus while on board the ship.

More than 1,500 passengers have become sick from viruses in the last few weeks on several different cruise lines.

There was no word Thursday on whether the latest illnesses aboard the Spirit were the result of a Norwalk-type virus.

Gov. Jeb Bush and his family, including former President George Bush and his wife, Barbara, set sail Thursday for a three-night cruise aboard a Disney cruise ship.

Bush told reporters before the ship departed that he was more worried about being without e-mail than he was about getting sick.

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i read that it was being caused by a trail of excrement from boat to boat...apparently these ships dump human waste into the ocean.....all the different cruise lines follow the same path out of port and to certain destinations and its sail straight through piss and poop.....thats how its being spread....i'll try and find the story and post it here...:peeright::flush:

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