The P&O Cruises ship Britannia broke freed from its mooring and was concerned in a collision in Palma, on the Spanish island of Mallorca, throughout a storm with wind gusts of up to 100 km/h on Sunday, August 27.
Movies filmed by X consumer @madelynrogers present particles outdoors the Palma cruise terminal, passengers ready to reboard the Britannia, and video of injury aboard the vessel. In line with @madelynrogers, it took greater than seven hours to get again on board and there was “minor harm to three decks & a lifeboat.”
Information experiences mentioned the Britannia broke mooring and crashed into one other ship. A number of folks had been minorly injured and handled on board, P&O mentioned in an announcement obtained by WalesOnline.
Storyful has contacted P&O for an announcement.
Mallorca was below yellow and orange alerts for extreme climate on Sunday, and Palma police reported downed timber and broken buildings within the metropolis. Credit score: @madelynrogers through Storyful
Video transcript[METAL SCREECHING] [CHATTER]
– Quiet so that everyone can hear, please.[SHUSHING]
– So please look out for one another. I do know there isn’t any energy within the constructing. We’re engaged on it. I do know we’ve got no water. We’re engaged on it. I do know the ship shouldn’t be right here, however we’re engaged on it. We’re on the identical facet as you, and I might simply ask on your endurance while we cope with this sudden small incident.[APPLAUSE] [CHATTER]