Eight cruise passengers were stranded on an island after the ship left without them. Now they travel country after country to catch him

Eight cruise passengers were stranded on an island after the ship left without them. Now they travel country after country to catch him
Eight cruise passengers were stranded on an island after the ship left without them. Now they travel country after country to catch him
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Eight passengers of a cruise remained on the African island of São Tomé and Príncipe, and now they have been trying for several days to catch up with the Norwegian Cruise Line ship, which is moving to the west coast of Africa, writes CNN.

cruise shipPhoto: Hanno Bode / imago sportfotodienst / Profimedia

Passengers were delayed returning to the ship on March 27, according to a statement from Norwegian Cruise Line. “Eight guests who were on the island on a private tour, not organized through us, missed the last ride back to the ship and therefore missed the boarding time for all on board, 3pm local time “, the statement said.

“While this is a very unfortunate situation, guests are responsible for ensuring that they return to the ship at the published time, which is widely communicated through the ship’s intercom, in daily communication and displayed even before disembarking.”, it is also shown in the statement.

The company specified that under these conditions it handed over the passengers’ passports to the port authorities so that they could pick them up. Two of the passengers contacted CNN and said they traveled six countries to try to join the ship, which arrived in Gambia on Sunday.

It’s just that the ship couldn’t dock in the port due to weather conditions, so the passengers will try to catch the ship again, in Senegal.

The article is in Romanian

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