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Saturday, November 17, 2007

Crewmember from Cruise Ship Missing at Sea

miamiherald.com [Nov 14, 2007]

The U.S. Coast Guard was searching Tuesday for a 44-year-old crew member who was reported missing from the gambling ship Island Adventure at about noon. Officers on the 512-foot ship told the Coast Guard that one of the ship's employees, Oliviero Fernandes, who is from India, had not been seen since 9:30 p.m. Monday...

Jarvis said nearly 300 crew members live aboard the ship, so it wasn't unusual to not see him later at night because he might have been asleep. But the crew knew something was wrong when Fernandes didn't show up for work Tuesday morning, she said. Crew members searched the ship several times, then called the Coast Guard, Jarvis said.


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