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An estimated 200 cruise passengers are trapped in New Orleans after the Norwegian Breakaway, was forced to move to Louisiana on Tuesday morning as a result of the Hurricane Hotel.
The cruise was originally scheduled to return to Miami on Sunday, but because of the storm, and the ship changed course and diverted to New Orleans, where the passengers were to claim that they were left without any transport, food or water.
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“They like to keep us in the cargo terminal, and we can’t get out, and no one can come in,” the passenger, Sarah, Alonso said of WVUE.
“Everyone is starving, no one really knows what’s going on, actually, the Norwegian Breakaway has just dumped us in here and said,” See you later,'” she added.
The vessel was forced to divert due to a storm that had affected on the way Home.
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According to Alonso, the cruise-ship staff-to-staff prohibited a person from leaving, the enclosed area, and don’t provide them with food and water for hours while they were being taken on a charter bus.
One of the passengers, Beverley Albertie, told WVUE that the Norwegian handled the situation wrong.
“The communication was,” Albertie said.
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The cruise line was reported to be with the help of the passengers to return to Florida, as some have asserted, that the people in the Miami area, and were not to be assisted in getting home.
“Everyone is losing it a bit now. We have been here for hours and hours, it’s hot, we can have our families on numerous occasions with a variety of travel plans,” Alonso said of WVUE.
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The Norwegian Sun was also diverted to New Orleans because of the storm.
The cruise line didn’t immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.