In Croatia, a drunken captain ran to the shore of the island Sith
The ferry "Marco Polo" of the Croatian operator Jadrolinija on the night of October 24, crashed into the shore of the island Seet (Croatia).
On board were 41 passengers and 64 crew members. No one was hurt.
In addition, the ferry was carrying 18 vehicles, which on Saturday were still on board.
127-meter vessel went ashore in nearly 15 meters, almost without damaging the house, standing on the shore of the island.
Owners of one of them told reporters that in the middle of the night they were awakened by a loud noise.
Jumping on the street, they saw the ferry, which almost crashed through the wall. According to residents of the island, that night was heavy rain, and in the Adriatic Sea was a storm, so the captain could not see the shore.
Meanwhile, ferry passengers believe that Captain "Marco Polo" Zdenko Radic was drunk or asleep.