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The Best Cruise Line Analysis of SOLAS USCG Inspections of Cruise Line Ships

Top 25 Cruise Line USCG Inspection Reports

These are the SOLAS United States Coast Guard inspections for passenger ships.

The maximum number of points possible is 400, 100 points each in four areas. Cruise lines with no USCG warnings, violations, deficiencies or incidents receive a perfect score of 100 in each area. Points are reduced in each area as events occur. Areas in the report are sorted by priority of importance with Warnings being most critical element in the study and incidents being the least. This study area has the highest priority as the USCG SOLAS Inspection Report results provide direct insight to a ships safety for passengers, crews, ports and the overall environment.
Warn - Warnings = Ship warning counts recorded during the study period and averaged across ships in the line.
Violate - Violations = Ship violation counts recorded during the study period and averaged across ships in the line.
Def- Deficiency = Ship deficiency counts recorded during the study period and averaged across ships in the line.
Incidents - Incidents = Ship incident counts recorded during the study period and averaged across ships in the line.
Insp - Inspections = Ship Inspection counts recorded during the study period and averaged across ships in the line.

Ranking Formula
  • Warn. = Each warning counted subtracts 20 points from the total 100 possible
  • Violate = Each violation counted subtracts 10 points from a total of 100 possible
  • Def. = Each deficiency counted subtracts 1 point from a total of 100 possible
  • Incidents = Each incident counted subtracts 1 point from a total of 100 possible
  • Insp. = Each ship inspection is counted and averaged across the line it is used to reduce ties
  • Points = Warning, Violation, Deficiency, Incident totals added together.
  • Sorting Priority = Points, Insp., Warn., Violate, Def., Incidents
    While inspection counts have no value to points they are critical to breaking ties. Remaining ties are resolved across priorities used to generate point total in priority order.
    This score is part of the Top 25 Cruise Lines Final Ranking
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