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Topics: Cruise, Safety

Wednesday, 27 January 2010

image for New life saving equipment soon to be mandatory for all Cruise Ships
Don't Leave Shore Without It

Cruise Liner Queen of the Nile - is docked in the deep waters of the Pacific by a remote anchor made possible by a company hoping to help cruise liners who are plagued by people jumping or being pushed overboard when the cruise liners reaches deep waters.

The anchor which can reach depths of 3,000 feet is named "The Deep" and is hoped to be of help in recovering bodies of those who have fallen overboard or have been pushed from the decks of cruise liners at sea.

It is reported that the minute the Captain presses the button to alert that a passenger has "left the ship" it automatically drops the anchor to hold the ship in that exact position until rescue personnel arrive to search the waters.

Hopefully many lives will be saved and many people will be arrested for attempted murder by the use of this new deep water invention.

[Information provided by THE DEEP anchors Inc.]

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