Passenger Missing From HAL’s Amsterdam

A guest is reportedly missing from the M/S Amsterdam operated by Holland America Line (HAL). The Amsterdam left Glengariff, Ireland yesterday evening, heading on a transatlantic cruise to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Earlier today, the captain of the ship made an announcement for the missing passenger. A passenger on the ship is stating that a lady “either fell or jumped off the ship just off the coast of Ireland . . .  the ship just got cleared from any SAR. This happened around 130am local time to the ship.” Rough seas! Woman missing (overboard?)! Captain Mercer turned Amsterdam around to look for her because no response… Posted by Maria Luciano Hernandez on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 Captain Mercer just informed us that the search for our missing passenger, jointly conducted with the assistance of… Posted by Maria Luciano Hernandez on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 The last person who went overboard from HAL’s…

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