Cruise ship worker who went overboard rescued 22 hours later

The U.S. Coast Guard said a cruise ship crew member who was missing for almost 24 hours was found out in the ocean north of Cuba with no injuries and in stable condition. When found on Sunday, he had drifted 26 miles from the search area and was around 21 miles north of Cuba. It was not immediately clear how the crew member managed to keep afloat after falling off the Norwegian ship. Top agents vie for coveted hosted positions to leverage valuable supplier content that will help improve personal growth and increase overall sales.

"It was nothing short of miraculous", Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy said in a statement.

"We slowed down, turned the ship around and maneuvered the Carnival Glory near where the person was in the water", said Capt. Pero Grubješić of the Glory.

10 the captain said the crew member did not fall overboard but jumped. In a statement sent to the Herald, the spokesperson said, "We are also extremely grateful to Carnival Cruise Line and send our deepest thanks to the crew of Carnival Glory".

He fell from the side of the Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Getaway vessel that was en route to Miami. The worker's name hasn't been released.

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The Coast Guard has stated that the yet to be named crew member is in a stable condition but an investigation into what happened is ongoing.

A cruise ship crewmember rescued from the waters north of Cuba will be checked by doctors in Cozumel.

The U.S. Coast Guard says it received a report Saturday around 3:20 p.m. that a 33-year-old Filipino crewmember went overboard 28 miles northwest of Cuba.

Carnival spokeswoman AnnMarie Matthews said the man did not have a safety device on when he was picked up.

The Getaway returned to Miami from an eight-day cruise on Sunday.

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