Disney Cruise Line Releases Q1 2016 Voluntary Crime Allegation Disclosure Report

Disney Cruise Line recently published their Q1 – 2016 Voluntary Crime Allegation disclosure report for the period January 1 – March 31, 2016. During the 1st quarter, Disney Cruise Line carried approximately 250,000 passengers and a daily complement of approximately 5,000 crew members, and received the following allegations: two separate claims of alleged sexual assault was made by a guest against a another guest. There was one claim of theft of property valued over $10,000 made by a passenger against a crew member. According to the disclosure, this allegation was reported to the appropriate law enforcement and government authorities.

Disney Cruise Line Voluntary Reporting Data Q1 2016



Please note, reports for previous quarters with zero claims did not include total passenger or crew numbers.  However, the daily crew numbers seem fixed on these reports so I’ve carried that number over for the months without any claims.

3 Replies to “Disney Cruise Line Releases Q1 2016 Voluntary Crime Allegation Disclosure Report”

  1. Jimga

    I am amazed at how the number of passengers has steadily increased, as the number as ships remains the same and prices remain high. Wow.

  2. Kerry Kimberly Brader Henley

    I was the person who reported the over $10,000 theft. Luckily the onboard cameras caught the crew member who stole my jewelry and I got it all back. The person no longer works for Disney and will be deported back to his home country.


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