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Freak weather causes Norwegian cruise ship to list, injuring passengers
Videos from the cruise when it was stuck in the winter storm showed Videos from the Norwegian Breakaway showed the cruise ship being hit by huge waves during the "Bomb Cyclone" in the Atlantic Ocean on Jan. 4,does with
A cruise ship passenger has uploaded footage showing the terrifying moment rough seas sent metre waves crashing into their cabin window during a disastrous cruise. The footage, filmed on Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas in February , shows water leaking through the lift shaft and huge waves battering a window on the third floor. We're under water on the third floor," one of the passenger says, as choppy, foamy seas surround them. Stephen Burke filmed as waves hit his cabin window. Royal Caribbean were later forced to apologise to passengers for sailing into a storm in the Atlantic Ocean during the seven-day cruise from New Jersey to the Bahamas and back. The cruise had to end early after passengers and crew members endured three days of wild seas.
Up to 4, passengers aboard the cruise ship "Norwegian Breakaway" were hit by foot high waves Thursday while sailing in the Atlantic Ocean during the winter "bomb cyclone. They claimed to be severely shaken by the ordeal and concerned they wouldn't survive the trip from the Bahamas to New York. Another member of the Ross family, Dell Ross, said there was two inches of water in his room and that the elevators were dripping with water. The ship also began leaking and water poured from the ceiling. Several passengers experienced seasickness, CBS 2 reported.
In a series of tweets, Norwegian cruise officials said the deck ship suddenly tilted just before midnight Sunday under the force of an unexpected gale topping knots, or about mph. The offshore incident happened as a strong weather front moved across the eastern seaboard of the U. The ship had departed from New York hours earlier on Sunday. There was no damage to the ship; she remains fully operational," Norwegian Cruise Line officials wrote in a statement. The Norwegian Escape can carry up to 4, guests and a crew of 1,
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Please refresh the page and retry. A cruise ship is seen being smashed by 30 foot waves during a storm in new footage to emerge on YouTube. A cabin window on the Royal Caribbean ship Anthem of the Seas is shown being engulfed by walls of water after the ship ran into terrible storms in the Atlantic Ocean in February last year. The vessel - which was on its way to Port Canaveral in Florida - was carrying more than 4, guests and 1, crew, but was forced to return to New Jersey because of mph winds. A video of the unsettling voyage was posted on YouTube on last week by cruise ship musician Stephen J Burke , who commented that he usually likes his sea views a little quieter. A passenger is seen calmly watching the huge swells from his window while his room on the third deck tips first one way and then another.
Norway evacuates 1,300 passengers from stricken cruise ship
The YouTube video captured by passengers on the ship reveals the dangers of travelling at sea during a storm. The video caption explains that it was the 6th level of a ship that had seven levels, meaning the waves almost completely covered the ship., But in the end, that's what happened. But the decision left Ellen Leffak, her family, and many of the fellow passengers they commiserated with sick from the rough voyage and furious at what they see as negligence on the part of NCL's decision-makers.
Cruise Ship In Storm – Cruise Ship Balmoral Hits Rough Seas – Incident Photos
By Tamar Lapin. March 24, pm Updated March 25, am. Wild photos and videos show the Viking Sky cruise ship tilting nearly 45 degrees in choppy waters, sending passengers and furniture sliding across rooms and tiles falling from the ceiling. The stricken cruise ship finally reached the Norwegian shore Sunday afternoon, nearly 24 hours after it issued a mayday call when it suffered engine trouble at sea. Video taken by passengers shows water pouring through communal areas as waves of up to 26 feet lashed the ship. Another clip posted to Twitter shows ceiling tiles tumbling onto the heads of passengers and tables and chairs rolling across the deck. Nearly passengers were airlifted to land by helicopters.
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