The Coast Guard search and rescue teams have deployed three vehicles in a cruise ship crew cruise that crossed the Florida coast. Newsweek reported on Thursday. The Coast Guard ship, Paul Clark, the MH-65 Dolphin helicopter and the HC-144 Ocean Sentry now take part in the search.
Staff aboard the Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas a cruise ship warned Miami Coast Guard earlier this Thursday morning about a 26-year-old incident, according to a US Coast Guard statement.
The ship was 37 miles east of Hillsborough Bay off the Pompano Beach, which connects the Intracoastal Waterway with the Atlantic Ocean when the officer disappeared. Other details of the missing individual have not been released.
The colleagues of the missing person witnessed the moment the worker fell from the ship around 2:30 am, said a spokesman for Royal Caribbean. NewsweekThe ship sailed to Port Everglades to complete the six-day trip to the Bahamas at that time.
According to Torres, the captain had been informed and stopped the ship, so he could start trying to save the crew. Later the Coast Guard took over. The employee's favorites are offered by a care team, Torres said.
First Departure in 1992 T Majesty of the Seas may hold up to 2350 guests, according to the Royal Caribbean website. The ship, which was refurbished in 2016, features several bars, a terrace with outdoor cinema, a rock climbing wall, and a range of restaurants.
The incident comes after the 20-year-old artist has fallen from Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas last year. The ship sailed about 267 miles northwest of the coast of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, when Arron How did not come to work and was reported missing.
A spokesman for Royal Caribbean said at the time: "We were grieved to report that after reviewing footage from the closed camera of the ship, he was spotted to enter a deck area of five at about four o'clock and not be seen again.
"The local authorities were informed and a search was carried out across the crew member's ship. Our care team provides support to our colleague's family and friends, and our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time.
This article has been updated with the latest information on the Coast Guard search operation.