Terrifying Videos Show Bahamas Cruise Ship Caught In 'Bomb Cyclone'

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Norwegian Cruise Line is facing backlash from passengers aboard the Norwegian Breakaway, after it sailed through a massive winter storm with hurricane-force winds.

They were making a beeline for NY from a Bahamas get-away when they cruised directly into the furious winter storm that battered the East Coast. Now, CBS New York reports another Norwegian ship cut through the whipping winds and turbulent seas of last week's tempest.

Norwegian Breakaway at Meyer Werft Shipyard, Papenburg, in February 2013.

"There were people crying, everyone was throwing up.it was a nightmare", Olivia Ross said.

Karoline Ross says her family's cruise started off as a relaxing and fun week in the Bahamas celebrating her father-in-law's 80th birthday and her daughter's engagement. "It was so tilted I was shaking". "Individuals had life vests on", said traveler Karoline Ross. Broken glass was everywhere and water poured from the ceiling. A second statement did acknowledge the distress of sailing through the storm.

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The Norwegian Breakaway voyage left the Bahamas Tuesday with around 4,000 individuals on board. "Due to the ship's late arrival on Friday and the ongoing weather situation, embarking guests are encouraged to arrive to the pier on Saturday morning". All guests will receive a refund of one day of their cruise fare, in the form of an onboard credit.

"We sincerely apologise to our guests for these stronger than expected weather conditions and any resulting discomfort they may have experienced".

"He took all our lives in his hands and we were really in a bad spot". It wasn't so much about safety.

Chuck Tredo (l.) and Ree Tredo (r.), from Dallas, were boarding the Norwegian Cruise Line on Saturday.

. "That's how I felt that night", Elizabeth Vogt said, but added that the crew "put on a really happy face" throughout the ordeal.

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