Passenger cruise liner company Norwegian Cruise Line, EN route from Croatia to Italy, fell overboard and was saved with the songs and yoga. It is reported by The Sun.
46-year-old British woman Kay Longstaff sailed in shorts and t-shirt in 20-degree water about ten hours. “She said that yoga helped her to survive and also noted that he sang to keep warm in the night,” said one of the rescuers.
Longstaff fell into the water around midnight and was about a hundred kilometers from the shore when she was found. “Thanks to the cameras we found out the exact time of falling passenger and calculated the location of the ship at this moment”, — said the representative of the Ministry of sea, transport and infrastructure of Croatia David Rodas.
“When we walked in, the Briton waved his arms in the water. It is a miracle! She survived, after falling from 20-meter height and poplava in the sea for ten hours”, — surprised the captain Lovro Oreskovic.
After rescuing a passenger was taken to hospital in Pula, her life threatens nothing.
In July an employee of the cruise liner company Norwegian Cruise Line fell overboard and was spotted in the ocean by the crew of Carnival Cruise Line almost a day. The night crew of the Norwegian ship was noticed, as their 33-year-old colleague fell overboard, and reported in service of rescue. Ten minutes to help out the search plane, but the man managed only after 22 hours at 21 nautical mile off the coast of Cuba.
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