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Old 04-19-2009, 07:42 AM
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It was reported that a man went overboard on Norwegian Sky early Saturday. His age has been reported between 39-46, and passengers reported seeing him go over. Read more about it here.

We hope for a good outcome to this tragedy.

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Old 04-19-2009, 10:55 AM
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The name of the ship was probably the Sky. The Sky is doing 3 and 4 night Bahama cruises right now. I looked at the ships camera earlier today and wondered why they were still in Nassau when they should be at Great Stirup Cay, this explains it.
We had a man come up missing from my home town last year during a cruise. He was never found.
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It bothers me that they can lose track of someone that they actually see go over--unless the person couldn't swim, or was injured on the way down.
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Unfortunately the last I read was the search was halted last night. Crew members from Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas, The Disney Wonder, and Norwegian's Norwegian Pearl assisted in the search.

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Old 04-20-2009, 05:05 AM
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It bothers me that they can lose track of someone that they actually see go over--unless the person couldn't swim, or was injured on the way down.
He fell or jumped overboard at 3 AM. It's pitch dark at 3 AM. The man most likely wasn't wearing his lifejacket or a flashlight, assuming he was still conscious after entering the sea. I can easily understand how they could lose sight of a man in the sea at 3 AM.
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Old 04-20-2009, 09:35 AM
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Falling/jumping from the height of a cruise ship's deck, first available would probably be about 40-50', would be like hitting concrete. Usually, the ones that survive are very drunk. What a horrible tragedy.
 
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