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Sergio Chinchilla Mar 24
Near miss, it important to remember that the brave people onboard managed the situation with flying colors. Honored to be part of this crew.
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Tatjana Fjellheim Mar 24
Let us all take a minute to thank and praise everyone involved in ! Send love to The crew, helicopter pilots, all rescue workers, red cross, the Norwegia people's aid and every single person who volunteered their time and love to help the passengers. It's truly amazing!
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martithemaceman Mar 24
A moment to commend our excellent rescuers in an operation well done. Resources diverted to a second mayday from a cargo ship, yet they were still on top of it. I'm so proud of these people I could burst, our angels!
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dhimas bagus Mar 24
Salute to all the crew on board, and glad to hear that everyone is safe
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Stefan Blom-Hanssen Mar 24
Fun fact about and now that things has calmed: Genes of the population in this area can be traced back to shipwrecked ancient seafarers from Russia to SouthEurope. So was not the first troubled ship in those waters. Nobody staying this time? ;)
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L.O.M.P.E. Mar 24
Video of elderly passengers being airlifted by helicopter from yesterday. (from )
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Caroline L. Bayley Mar 24
Parents are safe in port and being flown to London today!
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Chris Gloninger NBC10 Boston May 15
Tomorrow on at 11PM: cruise ships are built to withstand bad weather, but SHOULD they sail into bad storms? The case of the and the cruise company that had an industry first hiring a FT Staff Meteorologist to help with operations.
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Anne Boger Mar 24
Creds to that guy in a bathrobe on the second deck ❤
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Chris Gloninger NBC10 Boston May 16
Tonight at 11 PM on : We hear from passenger Anne Decker. She sent a text to her husband saying - “thanks for a blessed life.” How she handled the ordeal and the changes she wants to see made in the cruise industry.
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TipsyGemini ♊ Mar 24
Wtf a cruise and a free helicopter ride!! coming in clutch 😂
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winslow umberger Mar 27
My husband and I were passengers on Viking Sky, the vessel that struggled mightily in the North Sea last week. The Viking team was incredible during the crisis and they continue to impress! By yesterday, ALL our money was refunded! Incredible.
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venecos Mar 24
We’re waiting for evacuation by helicopter UE
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Carolina Casanova Mar 24
Incredible but true ! The most important news is that everyone that was in the is now safe!
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Tiine Mar 24
Passengers & crew on board the ship were well met by the locals, volunteers and professionals with cheers, applause and waving of the Norwegian flag
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Lorian Smith Mar 25
For anyone thinking of booking a cruise in Norway at this time of year (the red is waves over 6m+ btw)
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Teacher Dude Mar 25
If the rescuers of the passengers on board the were in the Mediterranean; 1 - They'd be prosecuted 2 - Their ship would be impounded 3 - Authorities from all surrounding nations would refuse to accept survivors. 4 - They would be vilified in European press
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TicToc by Bloomberg Mar 25
It was a rescue of epic proportions after 1,373 people were stranded on cruise ship over the weekend near Bay, Norway
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Tom Johannesen Jun 12
Kudos til redningstjenesten! Om evalueringen på pressekonf idag
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Barbara Jun 12
You know you are doing great when you wake up and you feel you are in the right place @ the right time with the right people! 💕 🚢 ⚓️ ☕️
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