The incident allegedly took place on a cruise vessel headed for the U.S. Virgin Islands.
"Oh my god, it was just emotion... I was so grateful," one of the stranded yachtsmen said, describing the moment he saw the rescue vessel.
A mysterious "Jamaican businessman" has been blamed by a British couple who are accused of smuggling cocaine, according to U.K. reports.
The Coast Guard closed Florida ports as the storm approached the East Coast, forcing several cruise ships to change their itineraries.
The unnamed Australian man was found in the water and taken back to the ship during a cruise in the Caribbean.
Fuwad Twalib Nassir, 29—a Kenyan national from Mombasa—had just started a new job aboard the Carnival Liberty in Port Canaveral, Florida.
The ring sent teams on two cruise ships traveling from South America to Australia, each carrying large amounts of cocaine.
Small boats in the bay rushed to the aid of those aboard the aircraft, which came in to land close to the city of Ketchikan.
"I told my husband, 'This is not the way we're supposed to be docking,'" one passenger said.
The jury held Royal Caribbean 70 percent responsible for the passenger's death.
The collision was captured on camera by alarmed onlookers.
The couple say the racially insensitive caricature of a black person made them feel "unwelcome and uncomfortable."
A gas cylinder exploded during maintenance work on the Emerald Princess killing a 32-year-old father.
The cruise ship will have an ice rink, a robo-bartender, and a 10-story waterslide.
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