Disney Fantasy Cruise Liner Rescued Refugees

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A cruise liner of the Disney company has saved 4 men that have been found adrift on a little float close to Key West, Florida.
Disney Fantasy rescued the men -– that are believed to be Cuban refugees -- during the sailing from Florida to Grand Cayman yesterday.
The sailors, that have been spotted alerting for help, have been brought on the board of the cruise liner and have been provided with medical attention and all necessary like food and water, according to a report from Disney.
What is going to happen to the refugees once they go to Grand Cayman still remains unclear. A spokesperson from Disney's company addressed the future of the refugees indirectly, telling, "We have informed the U.S. Coast Guard of this saving operation and we are still working with the appropriate authorities to manage the debarkation of the group ... It could be up to those naval authorities to determine next steps."
The accident follows a rescue by Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas that picked up twenty three Cuban men off Cozumel, Mexico, in April.
And both stories are in contrast to Star Princess' supposed failure to save 3 agrounded fisherman adrift in the Pacific in March –- regardless passengers voicing their concerns. Two of the 3 fisherman on the injured fishing vessel died of dehydration; the 3rd - Adrian Vasquez, has since filed suit in a Florida court alleging negligence on the part of Princess Cruises.
The cruise liner - Disney Fantasy set sail on a 7-day round-trip cruise from Port Canaveral on Saturday. The cruise is due into Georgetown, Grand Cayman, where the rescued men are supposed to disembark.