Passengers aboard the Regal Princess cruise ship were treated to a rescue at sea after the crew helped with the rescue of two plane crash survivors. The cruise, which was going to St. Thomas, one of the Virgin Islands, was reportedly alerted of the victims by the US Coast Guard and sent out a dinghy to retrieve the men as passengers aboard the Regal Princess watched and cheered from the ship’s deck. The ship’s captain, Captain Stringer, later came over the intercom to inform passengers that both the pilot and his passenger were “doing good.” The pilot and passenger had reportedly gone down approximately 23 miles off the coast of the Turks and Caicos. The FAA subsequently coordinated their rescue, and the Regal Princess’ crew and captain were alerted soon afterward.
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