David Greene recently spoke to the Daily Mail about the class action that he is leading for the passengers of TUI’s Marella Discovery 2 cruise ship, following the mid-voyage cancellation of a Caribbean cruise, reportedly due to a technical issue with the catering facilities.

Cruise passengers forced to fly home just days into their dream holidays are set to launch legal action against travel company TUI.

Refunds and compensation is expected to total more than £1 million when lawyers at a top London firm act on behalf of a large group of passengers left furious after being forced to cut short their Caribbean cruise after just three stops.

Notes were slid under cabin doors in the dead of night citing problems with catering equipment.

With no further explanation from officials or the ship’s Captain, passengers say their experience was ‘traumatic’…

… Last night Mr Greene, a senior partner at the firm, said: ‘For many a cruise round the Caribbean starting in Montego Bay is the holiday of a lifetime for which they have saved over years.

‘These are special events often afforded out of savings at these difficult times. It makes it distressing when the whole thing goes wrong and is then cancelled with hurried flights home.

‘The blame for this lies squarely with TUI. It’s a disgrace that those affected have not had all their money refunded plus compensation which TUI should pay.

‘Time for TUI to hold its hand up, accept the wrong and pay these people back their money…’

The full article is available on the Daily Mail’s website.


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