By Rosie Spinks – July 4, 2018
Reports described it as a “miracle” when a crew member on Norwegian Cruise Line fell overboard in the sea north of Cuba on Saturday (June 30) and then, almost a day later, was spotted and rescued from the water by the crew of a passing Carnival ship.
The crew member is reportedly in stable condition, but his dramatic rescue begs a question: How often do people fall overboard on cruise ships? And of those, how many get rescued?
Source : Quartzy