Carnival Cruise Line to the rescue!
Crewmembers aboard the Carnival Jubilee spring into action on Monday after spotting two men stranded in the Gulf of Mexico in a kayak.
According to the New York Post, after the boat the men were on sank, they used a kayak to stay afloat off the coast of Isla Mujeres, Mexico, before being rescued by the cruise ship.
@FOX4 @FoxNews #BREAKING #BreakingNews #Rescue @iCkEdMeL #Jubilee #Cruise @CarnivalCruise Credit: Lance Roche to use video or pics. 2 men in kayak rescued from ocean by Carnival Jubilee Cruise Ship an hour or so ago. 3rd Video: pic.twitter.com/fx5Vvh0TVY— Aurora (@auroramyst) January 29, 2024
This is the second time a Carnival ship has rescued people stranded in the ocean in a little over a month. The New York Post reports that the Carnival Vista ship rescued six men off the coast of the Dominican Republic in December.