What If You Fell off a Cruise Ship


If you’ve reached the top of a Ferris Wheel,
that dizzying fear of accidentally falling off might pop into your head. But on a cruise ship? Hey, these things can be taller than the Eiffel
Tower! So it’s not that surprising if you’re
standing there admiring the views and find yourself wondering… What happens if you fall overboard? In August 2018, a UK woman was sailing on
the Adriatic Sea. Seems like nothing out of the ordinary, just
the perfect summer vacation out on the open water! The Norwegian Star cruise liner was heading
to Venice, Italy after departing from Vargarola, Croatia. The woman was on the 7th deck, when, right
before midnight, she fell off the back of the ship! It happened about 60 miles off the coast of
a city called Pula. Too far away to call for help… As soon as the crew found out about the incident,
they launched a major search-and-rescue. They checked onboard CCTV cameras to find
out exactly when the fall happened. That way, they could pinpoint the ship’s
precise location at that time. The liner also contacted the authorities,
and they dispatched a patrol ship, a plane, and 2 rescue boats to look for the woman. The search went on all night. The sun came up, and she was still nowhere
to be found. But then, at about 9:30 a.m., they saw a figure
off in the distance. Could it be her? As they approached, she must’ve spotted
them too because she started waving her hands. When the rescue boat finally got to her, it
was clear that the woman was exhausted, cold, and in slight shock. But she looked pretty good for someone who’d
spent the last 10 hours just floating in the sea and waiting for help! They found her about 1 mile from where she’d
fallen. The rescue team took her straight to the hospital. After doing all the necessary checks, she
was released with quite the story to tell! Ok, so is that the typical situation when
someone goes overboard? Sadly, no. The odds of surviving such a big fall and
then spending the night in the middle of the ocean are slim, to say the least. But this woman had several factors in her
favor. She worked as a flight attendant, so she likely
knew what to do during an emergency more so than the average person. In one of her interviews, she explained that
she tried to stay calm and sang throughout the night to keep herself warm. She was also a pretty fit person, so she was
able to keep herself afloat. On the bright side, falling overboard isn’t
something you need to worry about if you’ve booked a cruise or would like to in the future. Most ships don’t come across such problems,
and if they do, it’s incredibly rare. The Cruise Lines International Association
says that this kind of thing happens only about once for every 1.3 million passengers. If it makes you feel any better, you have
more chances of catching the cold or flu on the ship! But in those few instances when a person does
go overboard, what does that play-by-play look like? Well, a lot depends on eyewitnesses. If they can report it to the crew immediately,
then that’s the ideal situation. But no matter when they find out, an emergency
protocol always follows. First, the bridge (that’s the captain’s
room) gets notified. They’ll usually stop the ship immediately
and probably even turn around. The bridge will also report it to the authorities
and alert the coastguard so that they can send rescue boats and helicopters or small
planes. While all that is happening, the emergency
crew members are getting together to find where the person fell. They throw life preservers overboard to make
sure the individual has a flotation device while they wait for rescue. Those preservers could be a life jacket and
one of those orange buoys you see attached to the deck’s railings. Keeping yourself afloat in deep water is difficult
and exhausting, so these devices can make all the difference. Again, if the crew knows about the incident
from the get-go and the ship hasn’t covered much distance in that time, then they’ll
release the lifeboats at once. If not, then search-and-rescue operations
continue until the person overboard is located. Time is of the essence, though. The vast unwelcoming waters of the deep sea
aren’t easy to cope with. If nobody sees the person fall in and they
only notice them missing later on, then the chances of successful rescue are not good
– only about 10 to 15%. Why so low? For one, the ocean is really big! Finding one human floating among all that
endless blue is no easy task. And it’s not like the sea is spick and span,
far from it actually. There could be floating debris and trash that
might mislead rescuers. There’s also that difficult task of staying
afloat so that rescuers can see you in the first place. Imagine having to continually move your arms
and legs to keep all your body weight near the surface so that your head’s above it! There is no floor beneath your feet – you
have to hold yourself up. Now imagine doing that with an injury. If you fall from a considerable height, you
risk fracturing bones when hitting the water. How so? Because water feels like concrete when you
fall from high up! Remember the whole thing about some cruise
ships being taller than the Eiffel Tower!? Yep, that’s a mighty big height, alright! You can also get the breath knocked out of
you…or worse. The temperature of the water can be a deciding
factor as well. When someone falls into cold waters, they
automatically go into a Cold Shock Response. Out of instinct, they try to inhale air while
they’re underwater. And let’s not forget the risk of hypothermia. When the water’s around 40°F, a person
only has 60 minutes before their body just gets too cold. If it’s 50, that time doubles. At 60°, it triples, and so on. Basically, if you’re gonna fall, do it in
tropical waters. Or, ya know, don’t fall at all… If you’re going for that final tip, then
the odds are in your favor. Modern cruise ships are the safest they’ve
ever been, and they have plenty of ways to keep this from happening in the first place. Those preventative measures include increasing
railing around the decks and making those barriers taller so that people can’t tumble
over them. And recently, some state-of-the-art detection
systems like motion sensors, radars, and tracking devices came out to add even more protection. Long story short, nah too late for that — the
measures they take to prevent people from taking a spill overboard make ships one of
the safest ways to travel. So, no need to go and cancel your long-awaited
Caribbean cruise! But I already know what you’re thinking
because I’m a Plan-B kinda guy myself. JUUUST in case worst comes to worst and you
accidentally take a tumble while peeking over the railing in awe of how big this ship is,
here’s what you need to do to survive: – Stay afloat. “Oh, really, Bright Side? I was planning on sprouting gills…” Ok, fine, got me there. Staying afloat is a lot easier when you have
something to hold on to, but I imagine you didn’t have time to grab that buoy as you
fell over the side. So, fill your lungs with air and lie on your
back with your arms and legs spread out. Move them slowly to stay afloat. This position also helps rescuers spot you
more easily. There’s another technique they learn in
the US Navy. It’s called drownproofing, and it’s for
rough waters. You stretch your body out but facing down,
and lift your head for air. – Keep your shirt on. No really. Being in the middle of an ocean, you’re
prone to sunburn and heatstroke. So, keep your clothes on – they’ll protect
you. – Don’t drink seawater. You’ll get thirsty, for sure. But the high concentration of salt in ocean
water is toxic to humans. Generally, we can consume tiny amounts of
saltwater, but the body can’t process higher quantities. In other words, it’s the LAST resort. Just like that rundown hotel at the end of
the island. The Last resort? Never mind. – Stay put. The first instinct you’ll probably have
is to swim towards the ship. The problem is, it’s more difficult to identify
distances at sea, which means you’ll likely miscalculate how far away the ship is and
just wear yourself out swimming in vain. Plus, the rescue team will start looking for
you in the spot where you fell. Don’t leave that place! – Stay calm
Easier said than done, but you MUST conserve your energy. Panic does the opposite – it wears you out
faster and clouds your thinking. Just keep calm, stay positive, and wait for
help to arrive – they’re coming, don’t you worry! And, hey once they rescue you, you can check
into the Last Resort. Hey, if you learned something new today, then
give the video a like and share it with a friend! And here are some other cool videos I know
you’ll enjoy. Just click to the left or right, and stay
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100 Responses

  1. Amarie love lol says:

    What are cuz you're terrifying I mean not terrifying but what's your name

  2. Anabel Morillo says:

    Me watching the video: oh that’s not hard I’m always calm
    In a real life situation: ohhh nooo Im gonna dieeeeeee

  3. Michael steffens says:

    Guys ships are the safest way to travel…. No they aren't lol. Seriously??? Cruise ships are known as some of the most dangerous places for someone to be, especially while alone. Women and children are many many times more likely to be kidnapped on a cruise. Even your family Disney cruises. Check it out. Certainly one of the most dangerous places to be anywhere in the world is a cruise ship. Especially since its almost impossible to get law enforcement to figure out anything that happened. Kind of a basic knowledge now in our era, odd that you think a cruise ship is "Safe". They are far from Safe and 100's of people go missing every year on them. Not to mention the rise in cruise ships capsizing…………………. Super safe.

  4. MegaBytes says:

    What if you fall off??? You’ll be in Davy Jone’s locker.

  5. Doodooplays says:

    You would fall and probably die from the impact XD

  6. TruthB Told says:

    You would miss the floor show.

  7. aayuOfficial JGrey says:

    I am on the air
    ~currently falling into water

  8. Danny Richards says:

    I like your show. 🚢

  9. Danny Richards says:

    🚢

  10. Ontibile Onti says:

    what if you can't swim then what must you do ????

  11. carlos morales says:

    They found her Half eated true story

  12. carlos morales says:

    Put your leg together and cross your arms on your chest like the navy seals do

  13. carlos morales says:

    Start swimming to the ship

  14. Jazio Forever says:

    A woman really did fall overboard, and if this woman is the person that actually fell overboard…. I have no idea which story to believe

  15. Chris Sullivan says:

    SOL 🍖🍖🍗🥩🍔🍕🍕

  16. Nathan Davies says:

    You don't just fall off a cruise ship

  17. Mack Martin says:

    I don't believe I have ever seen a 1,000 foot tall cruise ship….that's a typical LENGTH for a ship

  18. SLONGEST KONGEST says:

    You have a higher chance if catching a cold really no way

  19. M.M. says:

    Hi from Croatia

  20. TZADE says:

    i got sick twice in a row on a ship for a common cold

  21. Bxby Kayla says:

    Imagine if you can’t swim

  22. Hayden Parks says:

    Is my phone broken? Am I the only one who is seeing those lines

  23. Lax for Life says:

    I don’t get why on the thumbnail there is a person smiling while falling off

  24. Riyaad ACM says:

    Thank God they found her

  25. zamurix says:

    So if it is dark and middle of the night and nobody sees you falling off that cruise ship, there is no chance to survive at all. 10-15% is quite little

  26. zamurix says:

    I was just doing research about estonia 1994 so it’s funny how this came to my recommendations.

  27. No Fame Here says:

    Literally my biggest fear in life!

  28. Flourish Ledits says:

    I'm supposed to help my mom do some chores but for some reason I am watching this video…

  29. callisto says:

    I was on a cruise in the summer, we went on the deck at night, it was very windy. I looked over at railing at literally saw darkness, I was sO scared I went back inside.

  30. arjoon sathiapradeep says:

    I don’t fear the ocean, I love to be in the ocean but the fear of the unknown within the ocean freaks me out .
    Just imagine falling into the deep abyss with no light knowing that there is something unknown beneath you .
    It’ really freaks me out

  31. WitchHazel3 says:

    Question: what if you fell off a cruise ship
    Answer: you'd probably drown

  32. YA Buggin says:

    Literally my biggest fear is floating in the middle of the ocean by myself

  33. YA Buggin says:

    Also, what about sharks. Are they just not a factor?

  34. cookie says:

    There is noooo way u can just fall off

  35. P2F Prodigee X says:

    I remember when I fell off a cruise ship. Was a terrible month but I managed to survive

  36. Just Me says:

    Have you people been living in the woods all your lives?? Persons keep falling from them all the time!! sometimes they get saved..sometimes not.

  37. Richard Sleeve says:

    The whale sounded like horizon zero dawn.

  38. PseudoTiger says:

    Why don't cruise ships simply install netting around them to catch falling people. I think that's cheap and effective.

  39. Souprice UwU says:

    Why is he smiling in the thumbnail?

  40. Austin Thaw says:

    Lucky the shark didn’t find her

  41. Keith Hendrickson says:

    "If you're still nervous, you are as likely to catch the flu or cold than fall off a cruise ship." I literally get sick every year, those are terrible odds.

  42. A google user says:

    Pula is where I go on holiday every year lol

  43. Zalo says:

    So what we learned is that we most likely gonna die 😂

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  45. Jake Bowler says:

    I’d whip out my phone and watch this video

  46. Zachary Chichester says:

    Ima plan b type of guy myself🤣🤣🤣🤣

  47. Bruno Raphael says:

    I didn’t watch the video but couldn’t help myself. If you fall from the ship in the water you might get wet I guess.

  48. Douglas Luxenberg says:

    Wow a DC-45 at 1:27

  49. ultra energy sword says:

    The more you know.

  50. Hyperz Clipz says:

    Wait did he lose subscribers “

  51. Era says:

    I’m going on a cruise ship in one week,and I’m kind of scared…

  52. Titanic says:

    Falling off a cruise ship from the top deck, you would experience something similar to those people who jumped off the rising stern of the Titanic. It was even worse for them, because not only was the water -2 degrees celsius, they were wearing the cork life vests typical of those days, and upon hitting the water, the cork would immediately rise up, and hit the person's chin which such force that it broke their neck.

  53. Cleaver Abraham says:

    how you supposed to stay afloat with that suit on, hmm Bright side?  Its not rocket science to know what going to happen. Your clothes will pull or slow you down and you may end up drowning.

  54. Lloydann Daley says:

    Dang thanks for confirming my worst fears

  55. Jennifer B says:

    The guy that narrates these videos I’d like to see what he looks like ! His voice is handsome!! I love bright side videos! us ladies want to know more about you bright side narrator! Just saying! Not trying to be strange but I just think 🤔 the narrator sounds like he’d be really nice and interesting person is all!

  56. Blue Diamond says:

    I ALREADY CANCELED MY CRUISE THX

  57. Yanrenm_Drake says:

    Why shark never mention here

  58. boomshizzIe says:

    I love how happy and positive everyone looks in the video 😂

  59. Sᴘɪʟʟ ᴛʜᴇ ᴛᴇᴀ Kᴇʀᴍɪᴛ says:

    Okay great I’m going on a cruise in 2 months great just great😂

  60. TheMadden says:

    I’ll tell you what happens the propeller pulls you in and you are never seen again

  61. Bradlee Marcy says:

    Bigger then the Eiffel Tower? seems legit

  62. 10 000 subscribers without videos says:

    Croatia 🇭🇷🇭🇷🇭🇷
    My Country

  63. Asad Khokhar says:

    What about Sea creatures? Lol

  64. Vicki Hurley says:

    Say What

  65. Drae_95 says:

    What if a shark gets hungry 😋

  66. chris soto says:

    My only concern is the temperature and wild life.

  67. Marcel Voicu says:

    Pula is a bad word in romanian

  68. PChee X says:

    The guy in the thumbnail still looks happy when hes falling off the cruise ship lol

  69. kevin burke says:

    She (the passenger) deliberately jumped overboard. She was from Scotland. The passenger and her partner had a massive argument whilst on the last leg of their cruse and she thought that by jumping overboard her actions would teach her partner a lesson!

  70. Luxurious Gaming says:

    ^_^

  71. marc Wellington says:

    Stay calm a shark is Circling you

  72. Joey O says:

    Trump 2020 lol

  73. LAB-Lil' Angry B!tch says:

    I had a former coworker fall off a cruise ship. They never found him.

  74. Hassans says:

    My brain: Watch it u will need this
    Me: yes

  75. super KID_MC says:

    Pula :)) romanii se vor prinde!

  76. Hamza Yousaf says:

    Poor woman

  77. p. says:

    I’d be so terrified; especially at night. I’d probably die from panic attack before drowning. Just imagine it’s pitch black and your into huge black water with all types of sea monsters dwelling under your feet. Sharks, whales, sting rays, and all those other wired sea creatures; just the thought of that gives me anxiety. I couldn’t do it.

  78. Breaded Yew says:

    1:43, the woman is bigger than the boat

  79. Andrew Crane says:

    Sometimes sea animals will eat you. If around shark or whale

  80. Gomu Plays says:

    K stay calm when u r about to die is that possible

  81. Clive Newby says:

    "The last resort."

  82. Storm Idema says:

    "What happens when you fall of a cruise ship?" Easy, you get wet

  83. Austin Brown says:

    Short normal answer you would into the water

  84. Blue Fluke says:

    Using the Golden Gate Bridge as a height comparison would be more realistic than the Eiffel Tower.

  85. Liliana Ferizaj says:

    I am going on my 3rd cruise in January I hope u don’t fall 😬😬😬😬😬

  86. james grissom says:

    what if theres sharks in the water

  87. D w says:

    White people😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  88. Joseph says:

    THIS ONLY HSPPEN YO WOMEN 😂😂😂AND KIDS😜😜😜

  89. Goddesslexii says:

    that’s scary, just imagine being in the middle of the ocean where theirs no light, pitch black and you don’t know what under neath you

  90. King Alex says:

    cinee e din romania

  91. Derrick Haze says:

    Anyone experienced call of void on a cruise ship?

  92. Life of Bassman says:

    Do a video about civil air patrol a interesting cadet program like Boy Scouts but more militaristic and a lot cooler

  93. TAS BAS says:

    So you tell me if i board over the ship i don't have any chance to survive

  94. duane miller says:

    was it a UK woman or a British woman?

  95. demonpride1975 says:

    drown proofing because who doesn't want to see that hungry shark come eat you.

  96. Tony Hinojosa says:

    This video is way too optimistic. Only a couple or so of the recent man overboard scenarios actually ended up with the victim being found, much less found alive and rescued.

  97. Klent Tabanao says:

    The thumbnail was a guy falling ad his smileing

  98. Game X says:

    Ok if this video hits 1.3, ima be scared for all yalls life

  99. life_zero Wright says:

    i can't imagine nth more scary

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