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Search for missing passenger suspended
AFter 32 hours, the U.S. Coast Guard has suspended its search for the woman who fell from the balcony of her stateroom on deck 5 from the 'Carnival Miracle' on Dec 11 off the coast of Mexico. The USCG assets were standing down pending additional information on Dec 12 at 10:36 a.m. The USCG assets were transiting back to U.S. waters. Security camera footage captured the woman, believed to be in her 20s, falling overboard around 3:30 a.m. 35 miles off the Mexican coast, near Ensenada. the 'Carnival Miracle' docked at the Carnival Cruise terminal in Long Beach in the morning of Dec 12. The Southern California Coast Guard had been working to locate the woman, alongside with a USCG helicopter crew based in San Diego and the Mexican navy.
Woman fell over board in Pacific
A woman fell overboard from the 'Carnival Miracle' about 35 miles off the coast of Ensenada, on Dec 11, 2021, around 3 a.m. spurring an ongoing international search effort. The fall was captured on security footage. Passengers were notified shortly after. The ship came to a near complete stop around 3:30 a.m. as crew members dropped a lifeboat into the water. Coast Guard crews were working with members of the Mexican Navy to locate the woman, who appeared to be in her 20s. The 'Carnival Miracle' was released after assisting with the search and continued on to Ensenada, about a 90-minute drive from the U.S. border and returned to Long Beach as scheduled in the morning of Dec 12. It was on a cruise with more than 2,100 guests and 934 crew members on board from Long Beach to San Diego and San Francisco, Alaska, Hawaii and Mexico. Trips aboard the ship range from two to more than 10 days.
Carnival Cruise Line completed a cross-country transfer in Panama
On June 12, 2020, the Carnival Cruise Line completed a cross-country transfer in Panama as it expected to complete the repatriation of over 26,000 crew members in the coming weeks. The cruise line worked closely with key Panamanian officials to efficiently transfer 91 crew members across the country. Crew members were transferred from the 'Carnival Miracle' across the isthmus of Panama to join the 'Carnival Glory' which was waiting on the opposite side of the country. Carnival Cruises expressed the most sincere appreciation and thanks to many government agencies, local maritime partners and private operators for their role in making this cross-country transfer happen. The 'Carnival Miracle' was located on Panama’s Pacific coast and the bus journey for the crew took around 90 minutes to join the 'Carnival Glory' located on the Atlantic side which will also be taking on crew members from other ships in the fleet before sailing to Curacao. Then, the crew will be able to finally head home on arranged charter and commercial flights. It has been a complex process for Carnival which has repatriated almost 20,000 crew members from 27 ships. The cruise line expects to complete the complex effort in the coming weeks with more than 26,000 crew members to more than 100 nations. Carnival is planning on resuming cruises with eight ships from Aug 1 but this does still depend on the developing situation. Other ships in the fleet were either involved in repatriation efforts or in a cold lay-up until the sailings resume.News schreiben