Cruise worker stable after 22 hours in water

Aaron Brown
July 5, 2018

A cruise ship worker who was thought to have treaded water for 22 hours after going overboard is recuperating after being picked up by another passing cruise ship, authorities say.

Carnival Cruise Lines announced they rescued the 33-year-old crew member from the Norwegian Getaway at about 2:15 p.m. on Sunday after Norwegian had reported the man missing the previous day.

But on Sunday, another cruise ship - the Carnival Glory - spotted the man in the sea about 45kms north of Cuba. Top agents vie for coveted hosted positions to leverage valuable supplier content that will help improve personal growth and increase overall sales.

"This is nothing short of miraculous", Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line told the Miami Herald. "Kudos to the Carnival Glory team for this unbelievable effort to rescue a fellow seafarer", the spokesperson said.

There is no word on how the crew member went overboard, but that person is in stable condition, officials said.

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The Coast Guard on Saturday had launched a major search and rescue operation with boats and planes after Norwegian reported the crew member missing.

The man went overboard from the Norwegian Getaway and had been drifting since at least Saturday. He was rescued by the Carnival Glory cruise ship, which is operated by the Carnival Cruise Line. The Coast Guard was alerted and started searching for him.

Image: The Carnival Glory continued on to Mexico.

The Coast Guard Air Station Miami sent a HC-144 Ocean Sentry airplane to help conduct the search.

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