Don’t miss the boat! Cruise ship passengers sarcastically cheer for late couple who HELD UP departure in Bermuda by more than 20 minutes
- Couple spotted running up pier in Bermuda as they arrive late for cruise ship
- Passengers cheer them as they approach 20 minutes after originally departure
- Later filmed exhausted apologising to staff before climbing on board
Three passengers who held up an entire cruise ship were cheered back on board after making an embarrassing run down a jetty.
While preparing to leave from port in Bermuda earlier this month, a Norwegian Cruise ship was held up the straggling tourists, who were not on board for the original leaving time of 2.30pm.
Unwilling to wait, the crew announced the missing passengers’ names on the ship’s intercom, before pulling up the gangway as they prepared to depart, according to a witness on board.
However, footage then shows crew members go back on their decision, holding by the jetty in hope they would appear.
20 minutes after the original departure time the trio sure enough appeared in the distance, one in front carrying bags and another two behind.
Realising the hundreds of passengers already on board might be furious with them, the lagging pair begin to jog down the jetty.
Two passengers were seen jogging and a third strolling towards the cruise ship full of passengers who had waited 30 minutes past the original departure time for them to arrive
Panting, the the pair make it to the security desk where they appear to apologise and quickly explain their story as they are ushered to get on board
All of a sudden passengers begin to cheer them on as they get closer, while one woman in front walks casually.
After what feels like a painful few minutes, the trio meet security in front of the ship.
The jogging pair could be seen panting as they appear to make their apologies to staff at the gate before getting on board.
Despite the warm cheers as they rushed to get on board, one passenger can be head shouting ‘hurry up’ as they walk up the gangway.
Despite the warm cheers as they rushed to get on board, one passenger can be head shouting ‘hurry up’ as they walk up the gangway