This Is How a Heavy Storm Looks Inside a Cruise Liner

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  1. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    This Is How a Heavy Storm Looks Inside a Cruise Liner! On August 1, the Pacific Sun ran into a heavy storm 400 miles north of New Zealand, hitting 25-foot-tall waves and 50-knot winds. Its 1732 passengers weren't prepared to endure the madness that ensued. Absolutely crazy. YIKES!

    [video=youtube;OrDZpX9nfQ0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrDZpX9nfQ0[/video]
     
  2. Traveling Man

    Traveling Man Premium Member

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    Same location different cruise line, damage; two grand pianos (flipped upside down and smashed to smithereens) and a quarter mill worth of wine and china shattered. We had to get all new china in Tasmania. It was really wild (typhoon) they told us if it were a regular cruise ship it would have been ripped a part; luckily, it was a re-fitted Russian Icebreaker.
     
  3. swole

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    Jeeze that lady smaked the crap out of that pole with her face! Hope she was ok. I could not stop laughing at the end when that guy was riding the piano! hahahahaha. all laughs aside if it were a different ship it would have been a tragic loss of life.
     

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