A guest who accidentally fell off a Royal Caribbean ship has been safely saved thanks to quick action. This happened on Sunday, June 25, 2023, from Sea Mariner while the ship was traveling one day at sea on its way to the first port on its current voyage.
Riders Ride From Sea Mariner
Guests onboard Royal Caribbean’s Sea Mariner they report a brief crisis that was quickly resolved with a successful rescue on Sunday, June 25.
A woman passenger is said to have been sitting on the train’s rail to take a picture, when she slipped and fell into the water, but the incident has not been confirmed.
The crew was quickly notified and the train was turned around to pick up the passenger. Smoke was used to mark their position in the water, and the boatman was sent to bring him back to the ship.
During the rescue, the ship’s master kept passengers informed through public announcements. Deck 4 portside was closed to allow the crew to make a successful rescue.
No information has been released about the passenger, his condition, or the general circumstances leading up to the crash. It is also not known which deck the guest fell on, or whether he came from the public deck or the stateroom balcony.
As with any land incident, there will be a thorough investigation to ensure that all safety measures and response systems were in place and working properly.
There are no Sailing Information at this time
This happened in the afternoon when the ship was in the southeast of the Dominican Republic. Sea Mariner is currently sailing an 8-night “Southern Caribbean & Perfect Day” cruise that departed Port Canaveral on Friday, June 23.
The first two days of the voyage, including Sunday, will be days at sea, and the ship will call at Curacao, Aruba, and CocoCay before returning to Port Canaveral on Saturday, July 1.
The train resumed shortly afterwards and the incident did not affect the entire route.
This is not the first rescue of people on land Sea Mariner. In 2016, when the train was traveling from Shanghai, a 31-year-old woman accidentally tripped and fell. he was rescued after a mysterious 38 hours at sea.
The Voyager class of 140,000 tons Sea Mariner currently based out of Port Canaveral, offering a variety of Southern, Eastern, and Western Caribbean cruises, as well as a Bermuda cruise, with cruises ranging from 4-8 nights depending on departure date.
In May 2024, the ship will resume operation Galveston to begin offering 4- and 5-night Western Caribbean cruises from the popular Texas port.