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Cruise Ship in storm...oops

Notice anything different from the beginning to the end of the video?

YouTube - storm on a cruise ship
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Yep it happens. I can almost hear the deck crew getting reamed now.
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Lucky the front didn't fall off!

So finders keepers on the rhib?
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Anybody want to turn around and look for our lifeboats? Thought so....
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Announcement from the bridge:

Cabins 23 through 167 deck 4, no need to respond to your lifeboat stations.

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I always like links to youtube videos. After 1/2 hour surfing other boat waves I ran across this one. Not a boat but one heck of a wave.
YouTube - massive wave
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There are a bunch more of those type of wave pictures with windsurfers surfers and a few kiteboarders
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