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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) is investigating after one of Holland America’s cruise-liner, “contact us” with a pod of humpback whales off the coast of Alaska.

The liner can be used, the Eurodam, was shot to sail alongside the whales on Monday morning, according to images to share on social media, Brent Kidd’s life.”

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In the clip, the Eurodam cruises, several humpback whales, seem to breathe the air and water out of their blowholes. A man is heard in the recording of the progress of the Eurodam was alerted to the location of the species “are steaming right along.”

“Can you see the whales next to the ship,” said the man. “He has been steaming right along, full steam ahead. He was warned twice. And he is almost run over the top of one of them.”

“He didn’t even have to change course,” another man said.

A woman can then be heard before it, that the captain had not only ignored the warnings, telling the Eurodam allows guests to watch the whales.

“Just look at how many people have their windows open,” she said.

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The public affairs officer for NOAA, confirmed to Fox News that the agency was investigating.

“Our NOAA Office of Law Enforcement received a report Monday morning that the Holland America Line cruise ship Eurodam, may have made contact with a pod of humpback whales just as it was coming into Juneau, Alaska,” Julie Speegle said. “The researchers have received a video of the incident, and look at it. They have also made contact with the cruise company, in respect of the same incident.”

Holland, the American said on the Eurodam, here in Copenhagen, and in 2011 while on a trip, I changed course to avoid the humpback whale. The NOAA is currently working on the investigation.
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As pointed out by KTOO, the NOAA’s Marine Mammal Viewing Guidelines and Regulations to determine the one that ships is not the approach to humpback whales within 100 meters, and the maintenance of a “slow, safe speed” in order to not “disrupt the operation” of the marine life.

If approached by a whale, our ships are obliged to “put the engine in neutral and allow the whale to pass.”

It was unclear how fast the Eurodam, on a trip it was, or how close they came to the humpback whales.

As a representative of the Holland-America was not immediately available for comment, but he told KTOO that the captain of the ship had changed course for the ship to about 10 degrees in order to follow the “right protocols”, which would make it possible for the whales to pass.

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Back in 2016, Holland America’s cruise-ship-struck whales to the entry of a harbour in Alaska, move on to the round arch, in the town of Zaandam, a liner, the Associated Press reported. The NOAA launched an investigation, but said that the whale can kill this before it was mounted on the bow of the ship.

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