Stu Ostro, a self-proclaimed 'weather nerd tweeted this image out to prove the nor'easter was predicted days before the ship left harbor The captain decided rather than try to weather another storm system brewing in the south, the best course was to turn the ship.
'People banded together to help the mechanic on site to get the people out Jacob meine kostenlose video-chat said.Invite your friends to your room or host your own party and meet new people!Passengers were forced to endure a 'horrendous' night of rocking as the ship made its way through the storm with hurricane-force winds.Travelers aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship are furious after the ship knowingly sailed into a massive nor'easter off the coast of South Carolina.'We had to take things off the tables and secure fragile belongings as everything was sliding around.Shattered glass and (what appears to be) a broken tower greeted passengers when they woke this morning and were able to go outside.Adam Middleton, 24, from London, was locked down in his cabin during the story.'I couldn't keep a single item on a dresser or counter, everything went cam chat tv flying.In addition, new breakfast selections also have been introduced to the menu to provide an upgraded in-room breakfast experience for guests.Hurricane-force winds reaching 150mph caused huge swells, which sent the ship teetering through the night at angles of 45 degrees.'He had to turn the ship around when it got bad.In other news, wish I took those swimming lessons.Shara said she's been on more than 20 cruises before, but never experienced anything like what happened on the Anthem of the Seas.Frightened passengers posted pictures of damages from on board Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas as the ship swayed last night.I just want to get to the warm weather and calm seas she wrote on Instagram.
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Piles of broken furniture have been stack on the deck as passengers see external damages for the first time since the terrifying storm.