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Carnival Cruise Line’s ships will continue to come to the rescue.
One of the cruise line, the ships are on their way to Miami, he made a detour in order to come to the aid of a small fishing boat. Seven passengers were successfully rescued, is said to have, after spending two days stuck at sea….
Carnival, the Horizon was on it’s way to Miami, florida from germany on a Friday when they were alerted to a smaller boat and call for help, Local 10 reports. The passengers took photos of the boat are saved from the seven Haitian fishermen. The Horizon is still expected to return to the Port of Miami on Sunday, as planned, on with the anglers on the boat.
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A spokesman for Carnival, which provided the following statement to Local 10: “The Continuation of the long-standing tradition of helping mariners in distress, Carnival, the Horizon was alerted to a small craft in need of assistance. In the following, the direction of the U. S. Coast Guard, and Carnival, the Horizon is derived in the course took part in a search and rescue mission, for any number of passengers the vessel is on board the ship. The passengers were given food, water and medical treatment. There is no expected impact on the arrival of the ship on a Sunday.”
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This is just the latest story of the Carnival Cruise ships to provide assistance to smaller boats. In May, the Carnival Paradise was a distress call from a boat taking on water in the vicinity of Cozumel, Mexico. The ship reversed course and rescued the sailor. They are then matched up with the Mexican authorities to send him back to the shore.
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Another Carnival ship, the Carnival Fascination also made headlines when it was rescued by a passenger who jumped out the window. The incident occurred in the vicinity of San Juan, Puerto Rico. At the time, it was unclear what caused the man to jump, but he was rescued and treated by the ship’s medical team.
Carnival Cruise Lines did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.
Alexandra Deabler, contributed to this article.