Worker found alive in ocean 22 hours after jumping off cruise ship

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A crew member who plunged off a Norwegian Cruise Line ship on Saturday and was feared lost was rescued Sunday by another cruise ship sailing the same route.

The 33-year-old Filipino crewmember was seen going overboard about 28 miles northwest of Cuba, in the early morning of June 30, according to the Coast Guard.

A lifeboat was lowered to retrieve the man, who the ship's doctors said was in stable condition.

The Coast Guard said the Carnival Glory's next stop is in Cozumel, Mexico, where the rescued crew member will disembark and head home. Top agents vie for coveted hosted positions to leverage valuable supplier content that will help improve personal growth and increase overall sales.

Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, told the Herald the rescue was "nothing short of miraculous". The Miami-based cruise line says it's "extremely grateful" to the crew of the Carnival Glory for finding the crew member.

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"Our condolences to the crew member's family", said Lowinger.

"I was on the life boat and was part of the crew that pulled him out of the water", Carnival Glory safety officer Cesare Mattera said in an interview shared by the cruise line.

A Norwegian Cruise Line crew member who fell overboard Saturday was miraculously found alive 22 hours later by a Carnival cruise ship.

The Getaway returned to Miami from an eight-day cruise on Sunday. A Coast Guard cutter joined the search at 2 a.m. Sunday. "The Coast Guard was notified and a search and rescue operation ensued near western Cuba".