"Our cabin flooded with waste water. No alternative accommodation [was] offered in spite of persistent stench, wet carpet and overall unhygienic conditions," said passenger Kass Stone, 42.
The man's wife claims another passenger threw her handbag to claim a seat.
Royal Caribbean said it took the decision to scrap the stop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, for the safety of its passengers after angry demonstrations in the city.
The couple had spent more than $12,500 on what they hoped would be a dream holiday.
Anthony Paul De La Torriente attacked the woman while their colleagues went to get food.
A guest on an upper deck said she saw waves splashing at her window.
Royal Caribbean is yet to hand over cruise ship surveillance camera footage of the tragedy, says the family's lawyer, as he prepares for a negligence suit.
An attorney representing the family of Chloe Wiegand said the blame for the tragedy lay with the cruise ship operator Royal Caribbean for negligence over an open window.
The lawyer blamed cruise company Royal Caribbean for the incident.
The Coast Guard lifted the girl from the liner to their chopper using a metal basket.
Salvatore Anello is believed to have dropped 18-month-old Chloe Wiegand from an 11th floor window while playing with her.
"Sweet angel. Praying for you and your family," read one tribute to the 18-month-old.
The 46-year-old culprit, who has not yet been named, broke into the cruise ship cabin while suffering from hallucinations, authorities said.
Sonny Schuldt, an Air Force veteran and an air traffic controller for 37 years, was fulfilling a life-long ambition during the nine days he spent on the cruise.
The passenger was rescued thanks to an operation involving a military helicopter and six vessels, but had sustained serious injuries.
The cruise liner was on its final day of a four-day cruise when the 37-year-old fell into the water.
One woman demanded free drinks for the rest of the night as compensation for the incident.
Hundreds of guests are stuck on the ship from an earlier, delayed voyage.
The Norwegian Pearl was on a 13-day cruise which started in Amsterdam on June 22.
The passengers ran to make it back on time to their ship as it departed Bermuda for New York.
Under federal law, vessels must keep at least 100 yards from humpback whales in Alaska.
Video of the incident showed passengers being treated by emergency personnel on the side of the road.
One Ocean Expeditions had leased the vessels MV Akademik Ioffe and the MV Akademik from the Russian government.
Irish woman had to be rescued after jumping into sea while MSC Seaview was docked in Genoa.
The man was found at the bottom of the Caribbean Princess' Neptune Pool early in the morning of June 14.
"We have a zero-tolerance policy aboard our fleet when it comes to inappropriate or discourteous behavior," Norwegian Cruise Line said in a statement after the incident.
The Alaskan Coast Guard rescued a 61-year-old woman on Tuesday and a 62-year-old woman on Wednesday.
A judge said the woman violated several court orders, made inflammatory statements and refused a volunteer lawyer during the four-year case.
The woman is seeking damages between $200,000 and $1 million.
The group, calling itself Smash Cruises**t, released a statement condemning the "catastrophic local and global consequences of cruises."