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A woman who fell off the cruise ship's balcony may have slipped while trying to climb up a nearby cabin to visit her family.
The theory is that multiple real estate agents Christine Dennis, 27, and her assistant boyfriend Paul Rossington, who are actively investigating the police's preparation of a brief coroner's death, 30 th, May 8.
They were not found.
The directions hearing before the new state coroner will be held on August 30, but interviews with crew members, family members and other passengers
The doomed voyage is still in progress.
Police sources privately admit that the mystery could never be solved completely.
It is understood that investigators did not rule out the possibility of suicide, but ruled out the option of foul.
New details have emerged, including the couple returning to their cabin about 20 minutes before the incident.
The check also confirmed that they rarely drink alcohol in lead
Mr. Rossington's father, Richard, spoke publicly about the incident for the first time and said: "I have some concerns about some security issues that can be greatly improved without too much cost.
"Some things can be done.
I would like to discuss it but I do not want to interfere or reduce the investigation.
"Dennis's father, Reg, said he has no confidence in the safety of the cruise since his daughter's death:" I think they should all be sunk.
I don't think anyone should go on.
"Carnival Australia declined to comment on the death of Dennis MS and Mr. rosinton, but had previously said that the ship's safety track was above international standards and was unlikely to have an accident.
A recent report by the Federal Council of Parliament put forward a series of suggestions to improve 600,000-
Plus Australians who book cruise ships every year.
They include priority man-
The Commission also hopes that cruise operators will distribute safety manuals to all passengers when boarding at any port in Australia.
Chairman Graham Perret said that if necessary after the federal election, the Commission could re-hold hearings to consider the issues raised by the couple's death.
CLIA, representing nearly 60 major international cruise lines, said the industry is still trying to find a viable person --