A sudden storm on a cruise ship

A sudden storm on a cruise ship

This is what a sudden storm looks like on a cruise ship while traveling on the high seas.

An unexpected storm in Florida, USA, has forced passengers on Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas cruise ship to rethink their idea of a serene seaside vacation.

Video footage from the deck shows hurricane-force winds literally lifting deck chairs and umbrellas, forcing passengers to seek shelter from the wind and debris.

Although the situation was tense, serious injuries to passengers and crew members were fortunately avoided.

This case is a reminder that a sea cruise is not only about idyllic scenery and entertainment, but also about unpredictable nature.

It is a time that requires everyone on the ship to react quickly and be prepared for the unexpected.

Earlier, it was reported about the maiden voyage of the world’s largest cruise liner, Icon of the Seas.

The length of the new cruise liner is more than 365 meters, making it the largest tourist ship.

The ship has 20 decks, of which 18 are available for vacationers. The Icon of the Seas liner has a total capacity of up to 7,500 passengers and about 2,400 crew members.