Ahoy! Florida homeowner's shock after cruise encounter of the close kind

Posted March 10, 2017

- A cruise ship came a little too close for comfort toward a home in Fort Lauderdale, says a couple whose home sits right along the water.

Bill and Yasmine Todhunter's waterfront home is located on the left, next to other houses the cruise ship came close to. "This is too close. No".

"When the cruise ship's thrusters stopped, there was silence and I yelled, 'Somebody's going to get fired, ' and everybody on the cruise started applauding", Todhunter said.

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"This thing is coming to the house and I was really anxious", she said.

The couple says they've never experienced anything like that in the seven years they've lived at the home. Celebrity Equinox's parent company, Royal Caribbean, released a statement about the incident, saying the boat stayed in its assigned channel, that it did not put anyone in immediate danger, and that it did not run aground in Todhunter's video. The ship operated safely and did not put guests or crew at risk, and multiple monitors confirm the ship never touched bottom. And, I'm anxious about what will happen down the road.

"I looked up and I knew something was wrong, because I was looking up at the bow of the boat", Bill Todhunter told CBS Miami.

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Todhunter looked over at Port Everglades from his backyard, where cruise ships regularly pass by, but he said the night's experience was a first.

According to Port Everglades personnel, the cruise ships are controlled by harbor pilots from the Port Everglades Pilots Association, not the cruise lines' captains, when entering or exiting the port. "We've never seen anything like that".

The United States Coast Guard says there are no restrictions on how close a ship can get to a sea wall, but if a ship strikes ground, it has to be reported.

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