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Freak Wave Hits Crystal Cruise Ship

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It’s been reported that a freak wave has hit the Crystal Serenity cruise ship which is operated by the luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises.

The wave hit the 68,870 ton ship in the early hours of Saturday morning on April 26th 2014. There was slight damage in the ships dining room where windows were blown in.

Thankfully no passengers or crew have been injured and the cruise line has announced on it;s Facebook page that repairs are underway and the main dining room will be back open for business.

Crystal Facebook Page:

What a difference a day makes! In the wee hours, a likely rogue wave hit Crystal Serenity en route to Monte Carlo. Fortunately, nobody was hurt. Repairs have begun and the Crystal Dining Room is expected to be open for dinner. Many thanks to our wonderful crew for handling everything so smoothly and quickly.

At the time the ship was sailing in the Mediterranean and was heading to Monte Carlo, Monaco from Spain. Crystal Serenity is on a 13-day cruise around the Mediterranean which will end in Rome, Italy.

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