Cruise Line Leaves Passenger Behind on Remote Beach


An Australian cruise line has come under fire for mistakenly leaving a passenger behind on a remote beach!

According to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), charter company Ahoy Buccaneers has received a prohibition notice from the Australian Maritime Safety Authority's (AMSA) following the faux pah.

"As they were bringing their passengers back on board their main boat it appeared that one of their passengers had been left behind, unfortunately, for a brief period of time," AMSA manager of compliance, David Marsh, told the ABC.

"It was brought to their attention by another operator. So yes, the vessel did come back around and pick up that passenger, but yes quite concerning that they'd left someone behind," Marsh said.

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