Woman went Overboard on the Largest Cruise Ship in the world

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A woman cruiser on Allure of the Seas felt overboard on Sunday night as the 5,400-guest vessel was sailing for Nassau.
In a report, Royal Caribbean said another traveler witnessed the twenty-one-year-old American that was alone in her stateroom at the time, go overboard at about 9:25 p.m. EDT. "The cruise liner's Captain instantly stopped the vessel, turned around, and warned the USCG and Bahamian Coast Guard,".
The cruise line told a review of Allure of the Sea's closed-circuit camera footage also catches the traveler going over the side. The position of the cruise at the time the woman went overboard was marked on the vessel's GPS system. There were 2 other vessel in the zone, Carnival Fascination cruise ship and Royal Caribbean's Majesty of the Seas cruise ship, helped Allure with the search.
At 3:30 a.m., the USCG assumed control of the searching operation and released the cruise liners. The woman has not been found.
Because of the time spent searching, Allure of the Seas was unable to make its planned port of call to Nassau, Bahamas, on Monday, September 17. The cruise is instead going to spend the day at sea and is arriving in St. Maarten on Wednesday, September 19, as planned.
Allure of the Seas is sailing a 7-night Caribbean route that departed Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Sept 16, with port calls to Nassau; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; and Philipsburg, St. Maarten.
This isn't the 1st reported overboard on Allure of the Seas cruise ship. In February, a British man jumped over the side while the cruise liner was off the coast of Cozumel. He was not found.