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These people are enjoying their holidays, it doesn’t matter what it was.
The scenes of a cruise ship in the middle of the sea to be rough, showing the various groups of holiday makers sit down at their table and continued to drink in spite of the rough waters. The photos also confirm that the boat is able to swing nearly hard enough to move the water in the ship’s pools, but apparently you don’t work hard enough to get one of those passengers to see to their drinks.
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The footage was most likely captured on a P&O cruise ship Ventura when they are in the vicinity of Cherbourg, France, germany, The Sun reports. The storm was reported to be strong enough to ensure that the ship was forced to abandon his attempts to get to the dock, and wait for the rough waters of the English Channel.
A passenger on the ship who said that it was the same storm, in order to keep it balanced.
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When the images of the deck during the storm and have emerged on social media, users quickly became aware that a number of the passengers appeared to be more concerned with their drinks than the apparent volume of floods and storms.
On Facebook, any user in connection with the traveling public, writing, “Might as well have a drink and chill out [rather] than be in a panic about it.”
“You can’t blame them, in the hope that they will not be sea water, in the drinks,” another user explained. “We had a rough channel crossing by the people on the deck, being seasick, we realised the bar would be empty, and had a great crossing and not a problem to get the services.”
Anyone else noticed that the passenger ” box. “What are you going to do about it?” they asked. “You can’t go anywhere.”
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Despite the fact that many social media users joked about the images, as some people have speculated that the passengers were just trying to hold on to their food and water to keep it from spilling on to the deck of the ship.
One thing is for certain: on the Basis of the images, no-one went for a swim in the pool for the rest of the day.
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A representative from the P&R was not immediately available to confirm where or when the shot was taken.