The US Coast Guard launched a search operation on Wednesday morning for a 23-year-old man who fell off the Carnival Victory while the cruise ship was sailing 33 miles northwest of the Cuban shore. The missing person was identified as Brandon Paul, a resident of Floral City, Florida, who reportedly went overboard from the deck 8 off Carnival Victory at around 3 a.m. The cruise ship launched a search operation and contacted the Seventh Coast Guard District watchstanders.
The daily morning news - talk show Fox & Friends that airs on Fox News Channel, released a story about a woman who was rescued after she fell off Carnival cruise ship. The woman is now suing Carnival stating that the bartender was encouraging her to get drunk and the crew delayed the rescue operation. As shown in the surveillance video the woman falls from deck 7 hitting one of the lifeboats before ending up in the water.
A 22-year-old American male passenger has gone overboard the cruise ship Independence of the Seas early this morning. According to Royal Caribbean press release the man was witnessed intentionally going overboard from the ship’s deck 12 at around 1:45 a.m. Shortly after the incident Independence of the Seas crew has released two lifeboats in an attempt to find the missing passenger.
A video was released today on YouTube showing a man jumping off the cruise ship bow. This lunatic jumped roughly 50 to 60 feet while the cruise ship was docked in the port and his friend filmed the video from the pier. After swimming back to the dock the man said “that was awesome”. It’s not awesome you dumbass. If you injure your back you will for sure sue the company for your stupidity.
The US Coast Guard crew is searching for a 32-year-old woman who reportedly fell overboard from the Carnival cruise ship Ecstasy on Wednesday, 27 miles southwest of Freeport, Bahamas. According to the Coast Guard, Carnival Ecstasy crewmembers said a woman was spotted falling overboard from deck 11. Person overboard procedures were initiated by the ship’s crew and the U.S. Coast Guard was notified immediately.
A Chinese woman sailing on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Mariner of the Seas has been rescued by a fishing vessel after she fell overboard. The accident happened on August 10, when the ship was returning back to its homeport in Shanghai. First to notice her disappearance was her family who informed the ships officers. All crew were engaged in an on board search operation, but they could not find the 32 year-old woman. Ship’s captain notified the Coast Guard, and search and rescue operation was initiated.