Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Crew Member Missing

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A crew member from Navigator of the Seas has gone missing and we are now posting this in the hope she can be found.

Police in Bonaire is searching for a missing crew member named Adriana Morales de Florencio from Mexico. She went on the Caribbean island when the large Royal Caribbean cruise ship called there on April 20 as part of a 10-day itinerary. According to local news, the crew member departed the ship at around noon but never returned to the port of Kralendijk in Bonaire.

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Photo By: Roman Hofer (Creative Commons)

The site also reports that police have released specific details in the hope someone can spot her. Adriana “was wearing a black sleeveless blouse, a short jeans and black shoes. Morales de Florencia is of slender built and she was born in 1993.”

The Notisia ING Facebook page has posted details of the missing woman who has now not turned up for 3 days.

Navigator of the Seas has already started its next sailing since the missing crew member. At the time the vessel was sailing a 10-day Southern Caribbean cruise which departed Miami, Florida on April 14. The ship arrived back at its home port on April 23. Navigator of the Seas is 139,600 gross ton vessel and can carry over 3,200 guests at double occupancy. Bonaire is a dutch island just off the coast of Venezuela.

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