Tourists Who Paid Over $50k For Sydney To Dubai Cruise Reveal What Happened to Them Along High Sea
Tourists Who Paid Over $50k For Sydney To Dubai Cruise Reveal What Happened to Them Along High sea.The Executive fun-seeking lovers who love adventures took the risk of travelling from Sydney to Dubai with over Fifty Thousand US Dollars as fare met the unexpected on their way to Dubai.
Ukridosblog, gathered that the ship named Sea Princess embarked on a 104-days world cruise, with a starting point from Sydney. While passing through the Indian Ocean, the over 1,900 members on board were instructed to turn off all lights and music on a luxury cruise liner for 10 days.
One of the passenger who is also a media specialist from Australia, said;
“The cruise liner was shrouded in darkness as it passed through the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, the Gulf of Aden and the Suez Cana.
“Captain Gennaro Arma addressed the ship. He apologised for alarming passengers. However, the threat, he said, was real and the ship must be prepared for a pirate attack,” Carolyne Jasinski, said.
She further said;
“The live music, ‘dazzling magic shows’, comedy acts and bustling nightclubs promised on board the lavish ship were reportedly brought to a sudden halt.Curtains were drawn and shutters were closed throughout the ship, while lights were turned off from dusk until dawn.
“There were no lavish deck parties and late night outdoor bars were closed.It was made very clear on the Sea Princess, very quickly, that this pirate threat was not something to be joked about.
“Any remaining smirks soon disappeared as the pirate drill alarm sounded and the crew was instructed to move to their designated muster stations.”
When contacted, the spokesman of Sea Princess Ship, he said;
“Any measures aboard Sea Princess were simply taken out of an abundance caution and not in response to a specific threat and are common to international shipping sailing in the region.”