of celebrity beyond The cruise ship came to the rescue of 19 refugees stranded on makeshift boats made of Styrofoam and wood. The year got off to a busy start with refugees trying to move from Cuba to South Florida.
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Celebrity Cruises will become the second cruise line involved in rescuing refugees in the Caribbean in 2023. celebrity beyondA large cruise ship spotted a small boat in the Florida Channel on January 2nd.
A small makeshift boat, made of Styrofoam and wood, was packed with 19 refugees trying to get to Florida from Cuba.
Captain Kate McKew, the crew launched a rescue boat and loaded the refugees. As a procedure, they were checked by the ship’s medical personnel and presumably provided with food and water. According to passengers on board, the celebrity cruise ship was waiting for the U.S. Coast Guard to pick them up.
At the time, celebrity beyond was sailing the final day of an eight-night Western Caribbean voyage that departed Fort Lauderdale, Florida on December 26, 2022. The voyage included a port call at Nassau, Bahamas. George Town, Cayman Islands. Latin, Honduras; Costa Maya, Mexico. The final port of call is Cozumel, Mexico.
The ship is scheduled to return home Tuesday morning, and Celebrity Cruises has not announced any delays in its arrival due to rescue efforts. We plan to depart on a shorter 5-night Caribbean itinerary, including:
Cruise ship rescues will be busy in 2023
The first few days of 2023 have been a busy one for the cruise industry. Celebrity Beyond became her third cruise ship to rescue refugees since the new year. The vessel will be the fourth since December 30, 2022.
carnival sunrise rescued on the last sailing day On December 30th, I was on my way back to Miami, Florida. The Carnival ship safely boarded several refugees.of carnival dream It also rescued 20 refugees on January 2 and was picked up by the US Coast Guard.
Carnival Cruise Line’s new flagship, carnival celebrationHmm, Another refugee was found on January 2nd.The ship carried 19 people who were in small boats off the coast of Cuba. At the time, the ship was on her final voyage back to the Port of Miami.
It is maritime law that cruise ships help those in need at sea. In such cases, the relevant authorities will always be contacted. The US Coast Guard often meet cruise ships to pick up refugees. The refugees are likely to be returned to Cuba in the next few days or weeks.