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Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Rescues At Least 45 Migrants

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Cruise Hive Weekly News: November 28, 2020

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It’s being reported that at least 45 to 46 migrants have been rescued by a Royal Caribbean cruise ship while sailing in the Mediterranean.

Cruise Law News reports that Vision of the Seas which is a 78,500 gross ton ship came to the rescue of at least 45 migrants. The ship came across the migrants while sailing from Greece to Turkey this morning (August 27th). The crew provided food and water before transferring them to a tender boat that took them to a Greek island nearby.

Cruise Hive has contacted Royal Caribbean for more details about this rescue and will update readers once we know more. Vision of the Seas is on a 12 Night Mediterranean Greek Isles cruise, at the time was sailing towards Kusadasi, Turkey. The ship is homeported in Barcelona, Spain.

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