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Captain just made an announcement at 6pm. We are heading back faster than expected for a medical emergency. 😢🙏Captain said we will dock at 10pm but disembarking will go as planned in the morning. 

 

I know some monitor the port cams and might wonder why. 

 

 

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Looks like it is just east of the Key Largo now traveling at 22.4 knots.

Edited by Jimbo

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Coast Guard just told Allure to reduce their speed they were coming in kind of hot!

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It's moving in the causeway now!

 

 

You would think they would drop the person off on the way by and then later tonight turn around in the turn around basin for tomorrows trip out.

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47 minutes ago, Jimbo said:

Coast Guard just told Allure to reduce their speed they were coming in kind of hot!

 

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It’s a so pretty tonight but I’m hoping the person is okay. We had an ambulance meet the ship in St. Maarten too. 

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3 minutes ago, PhoenixCruiser said:

I thought they would just park and let the passenger off but it looks like they are going all the way down to turn around first.

You would think kind of stupid if you ask me.  Must not be that much of an emergency after all, maybe person is doing better now.

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2 minutes ago, Jimbo said:

You would think kind of stupid if you ask me.  Must not be that much of an emergency after all, maybe person is doing better now.

 

Hope so

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3 minutes ago, Jimbo said:

Thats a cool view from the back

The spinning made me dizzy lol. We are deck six, aft 

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and they are still not docked..............jeez!

 

Edit: Finally have the ship stopped after entering the causeway...........TOOK  60 minutes !!!!   That's terrible!

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1 minute ago, PhoenixCruiser said:

That is probably not a good sign for the ill passenger, heavy sigh...

Hopefully the person got better .... 😢

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They moved the vehicles up to the forward gangway. So that’s all I have. Prayers to the person who needs medical. 

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