Carnival dreams On Wednesday, May 17, 2023, he saw a small boat that had capsized in Belize, and helped save 17 people who were in trouble. The ship was not delayed much on her route and there were no changes during her 6-day journey today.
Carnival dreams Spots Boat in Distress
Carnival dreams was leaving Belize City on Wednesday, May 17, when the ship’s officers saw an overturned boat with a large distressed crew.
This happened in the Belize Channel, a narrow channel of water between the Belize mainland and the coast. Although the exact date of the meeting has not been announced, the Carnival Dream was supposed to be there Belize City to 5pm that evening, so the rescue must have been shortly thereafter.
The ship contacted the Belize Coast Guard immediately about the ship in distress, and lowered one of the ship’s tenders to begin rescuing the missing people. Belizean marine tenders also assisted, and all occupants were transferred to the Belize Coast Guard.
The overturned vessel appeared to be overcrowded, although sufficient life-saving equipment was provided for both men and women. There is no indication whether the incident involved a cruise ship, cruise ship, or train.
A total of 17 people were rescued, without serious injuries or illnesses. All were reported to be in good condition.
No Ship Delays
After ensuring the rescue of all those in distress, Carnival dreams He was able to continue his journey to the next port, Cozumel, Mexico, about 370 kilometers northeast of Belize City.
Because the incident occurred late in the evening, the cruise ship could have changed speed overnight on its way to Cozumel, and there was no delay in arriving at the port on time.
Carnival dreams spent Thursday, May 18 in Cozumel as planned from 9 am to 5 pm, Friday will be a day at sea, and the ship will return to Galveston, Texas on Saturday, May 20, to prepare for its next trip – an 8-night Eastern Caribbean cruise that will visit Key West, Florida as well as Freeport, Half Moon Cay, and Nassau in the Bahamas.
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This is the third time in recent weeks that 130,000-gross-ton Carnival dreams has made headlines.
Earlier this month, an 86-year-old male guest was transferred on board and “bad effects if you swallow the battery,” unusual cause of any medical evacuation.
At the end of April, the boat was transferred to the hospital again when it suddenly exploded and almost fatally destroying a US Coast Guard helicopter, although the plane was able to recover and return to safety. After the season, another group was sent to complete the migration.
It is a credit to the officers and crew of the ship that they are alert to such diverse situations and are able to help those in need, be it guests on board or other sailors in distress.
Carnival dreams currently based out of Galveston, it offers 6-night Western Caribbean cruises and 8-night Eastern Caribbean cruises, and sometimes longer cruises on its schedule. The ship is scheduled to sail from Galveston until April 2025.
Cruise Hive appreciates it Carnival dreams and I wish the ship well in the coming weeks!