The 33-year-old employee treaded open water off the coast of Cuba for 22 hours before being rescued.
About half an hour after passengers aboard the Norwegian Getaway cruise ship docked in Miami, the U.S. Coast Guard got word that a crewmember who went overboard Saturday afternoon northwest of Cuba had been found alive and well out in the ocean waters by another cruise ship.
A Norwegian Cruise Line crew member who had fallen overboard was rescued by a Carnival Cruise Line ship nearly a day later. The Norwegian Getaway also conducted a search before continuing its voyage to Miami.
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"This is nothing short of miraculous", said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.
A Filipino man who fell from a cruise ship north of the Cuban coastline was rescued on Sunday 21 miles from land by another cruise ship after treading water for nearly 24 hours. "Kudos to the Carnival Glory team for this incredible effort to rescue a fellow seafarer".
The Getaway returned to Miami from an eight-day cruise on Sunday. From left to right: Security Guard Ramon Morales; Assistant Stateroom Steward Ni Puti Kharisma Dew Wiryanari; Assitant Chief Security Rishu Thapa; Playlist Dancer Karleigh Wright; Assistant Shore Excursion Manager Maja Krstic; Captain Pero GrubjeÅ¡iÄ; Safety Officer Cesare Mattera and Security Guard Irma Caldino Mariscotes. The man was drifting in the water about 21 miles north of Cuba and was treated by the medical team onboard the Carnival Glory. A Coast Guard search that covered more than 1,630 square miles was launched for the lost employee after he was reported missing. Before getting into travel writing, Amber worked for an activist, investigative newspaper in London, so joining forces with the Blue Paper allows her to go back to her muckraking roots.