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2 Cruise Passengers Who Went Missing Are Actually Just Fine

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Cruise Hive Weekly News: September 25, 2020

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Cruise Hive reported just days ago that 2 Americans who were cruising on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas cruise ship went missing while making a port of call in Falmouth, Jamaica. Well now they are apparently just fine after getting in touch with family back home in San Diego, United States.

Local ABC News in San Diego, California reports that missing 33-year-old Hayden Gerson and 32-year-old Alisha Frank had contacted a family member. Gersons mother in fact told the news channel that she has spoken to her son and they are both fine. Authorities in Jamaica are being notified that Gerson and Frank are ok and are not missing.

The pair had planned on visiting Montego Bay which is around a 40 minute drive away from the ship port in Falmouth. They disembarked the large vessel at around 9:26 AM and were never seen since. They never made it back to Oasis of the Seas before it departed Jamaica On April 26.

The 5,400 passenger ship was sailing a 7-night Western Caribbean cruise which departed Fort Lauderdale, Florida on April 23. Thankfully this story ended good and no doubt we’ll hear more from Hayden Gersen and Alisha Frank over the coming days.

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