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How to Make a Cardboard Ship

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A cardboard ship is a neat decoration for your home, classroom, or office. Add some imagination, and with a cardboard ship you can leave the landlubber life behind. Aspiring sailors can make a Spanish sail ship with cardboard relatively easily and inexpensively. If you have all the supplies on hand, you could be setting sail in roughly an hour.

Cutting the Cardboard Hull

Step 1 Cut...

  • Smaller ships can be made by halving the suggested measurements, and larger ships can be made similarly by doubling.
  • The bottom of your boat should not be rounded but flat. Round hulled boats will be difficult to stand upright. Only the front and back of the boat’s hull should curve.
  • When finished with this cut, you should have two strips that curve in the same direction at both ends.
  • You don’t have to cut much off the tip. About 1 inch (2.5 cm) should be sufficient.

Gluing the Hull and Masts

  • Due to the curve of the hull, you’ll need to bend the bottom strip so it follows the arc of sides.
  • Always take care when using a hot glue gun. The tip of the gun and the glue itself will be quite hot and can cause burns.
  • If your scissors don’t seem to be cutting through the skewers very well, try using a pair of shears or snips/sidecutters.
  • For an even mast placement, measure and mark the mid-point of the ship for the mainmast. Add one additional mark 2 inches (5.1 cm) from that mark towards both ends of the ship for the other fore and aft masts.
  • Inserting the skewers into the bottom of the boat should keep the masts standing up. If the masts feel loose, you can improve stability with a little hot glue or tape.
  • The front of a boat is called the “prow” and the rear is called the “stern.”
  • If the skewers at the prow and stern of your boat feel loose, stabilize them with a little glue or tape.

Finishing the Ship

  • PVA glue is the same as the general purpose white glue used in children’s crafts.
  • If you don’t mind your ship looking a little rough around the edges, feel free to skip this step.
  • When you don’t have tissue paper, use single-ply paper towel as a substitute.
  • Black is the classic color of pirate ships. Merchant ships could be painted a rich brown. You could even paint your ship gold, like Peter Pan's fairy ship.
  • Paint can be messy. Lay down a surface cover, like newspaper or a drop cloth, to prevent the spread of paint to your work surface.
  • Wear old clothing when painting or put on a smock so you don't accidentally stain your clothes while making your ship.
  • The sails are another great place to add a personal design. When the triangles are cut, use some markers to add designs like anchors, clouds, or a squid.

Step 6 Give your ship a figurehead.

  • Cut out a square of cardboard and paint your own design on it. A simple painted skull-and-crossbones hot glued to the front of your ship will give your enemies the chills.

Step 7 Add rigging to your ship with yarn and enjoy your ship.

  • Simple rigging only needs to be glued to the sides of the ship. However, rigging can be as simple or complex as you desire.
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  • Pencil (or pen)
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  • Wooden skewers
  • Shallow bowl or dish
  • Tissue paper (or single-ply paper towel)

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To make a cardboard ship, start by cutting 3 same-sized rectangular strips of cardboard. Next, draw the curve of the boat’s hull on 1 of the strips, arcing from 1 corner to the opposite side. Then, cut curves in both sides of the other 2 strips, which will be the sides of the boat. Afterwards, bend the bottom strip so it follows the arc of the side pieces, then glue the pieces together to form the frame. Once the boat is glued together, make 3 masts out of wooden skewers. To learn how to paint and decorate your ship, keep reading! Did this summary help you? Yes No

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Around 100 cruise passengers injured after ship gets caught in rough weather

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Passengers on Saga Cruises’ Spirit of Adventure cruise ship were injured after getting caught in a storm over the weekend.

Around 100 of the roughly 1,000 guests on board got hurt after the ship’s propulsion safety system was activated while crossing the Bay of Biscay on Saturday, causing the ship to veer to the left and stop. The area, located off the coast of France and Spain, is notorious for its rough seas . 

“The ship remained safe at all times, but due to the impact of the storm some guests sustained injuries,” a Saga Cruises spokesperson said in an emailed statement. “All were treated immediately by onboard medical staff.”

The ship held its position to wait out the conditions. "It was quite frightening," passenger Jan Bendall told the BBC . "I'm not somebody who frightens easily ... it was quite dramatic."

Most of the injuries were minor, but five people were more badly hurt and required treatment in the vessel’s onboard medical facilities. The ship was wrapping up a two-week, round-trip cruise from Portsmouth, England, to the Canary Islands that departed on Oct. 24, according to CruiseMapper .

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“While the weather is clearly beyond our control, we want to offer our sincere apologies to all those affected who are now safely back, having sailed home in calmer seas,” the spokesperson added. Saga Cruises will contact guests about compensation.

The incident comes after a Carnival Cruise Line ship was similarly rocked by rough weather on its way back to the U.S. during a Bahamas cruise in May.

Nathan Diller is a consumer travel reporter for USA TODAY based in Nashville. You can reach him at [email protected].

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Distressing footage shows tourist boat sinking that left Royal Caribbean passenger dead

Warning: This article contains content some readers may find upsetting

Footage has captured the harrowing moment a tourist boat sunk whilst ferrying luxury cruise ship passengers across the sea

On Tuesday (14 November) a double-decker catamaran was carrying holidaymakers to the private Blue Lagoon Island from the Bahamas’ Paradise Island.

However, the vessel began to take on water after encountering rough waves and eventually capsized in the Caribbean Sea.

You can watch the tragic footage below:

Police confirmed on Wednesday that a woman died after the boat carrying more than 100 people sank on Tuesday 14 November.

Chief Superintendent Chrislyn Skippings told The Associated Press that the unidentified 74-year-old woman was from Broomfield, Colorado and was on a five-day vacation with her family when the cruiser sank.

Police said that the woman was found unresponsive and was later given CPR before being declared dead.

As per ABC7 , police said two other unidentified people were taken to a medical facility. However, their conditions were not immediately known.

Police confirmed the catamaran's collapse caused one death. Credit: Facebook/Kelly Schissel

One TikTok user posted a video of the sinking on her profile, and wrote in the caption: “Our ferry capsized while going to Blue Lagoon. Absolutely traumatising.

“We were on the bottom level and had to climb out of a window while being almost vertical… So scary trying to save my parents, babies, children and elderly people from downing.”

Elsewhere, a Facebook user who was also onboard the vessel said: ”We drove into a wave and too much water came into the front of the boat and it weighed the boat down and it just kept sinking.”

Officials said that the Royal Bahamas Defence Force also helped with the rescue, as well as nearby pleasure craft.

A statement from Blue Lagoon Island said that all passengers onboard were cruise ship guests and that local authorities, the ship and the US Embassy had been notified of the tragic events.

The excursion capsized after hitting some rough waves. Credit: Facebook/Kelly Schissel

Following the death of the Colorado woman, a spokesperson for Royal Caribbean said: "We are saddened to hear that one of our guests passed away following an accident on a shore excursion in Nassau, The Bahamas.

"Our hearts are with the families involved and our Care Team has been activated to support them during this difficult time.”

The vessel involved in the incident was not owned by Royal Caribbean or linked to their shore excursions.

It is not known whether tourists from other cruise boats were on the catamaran at the time of its sinking.

The investigation is ongoing.

LADbible Group has contacted Royal Caribbean and the Royal Bahamas Police Force for comment.

If you have experienced a bereavement and would like to speak with someone in confidence, contact Cruse Bereavement Care via their national helpline on 0808 808 1677

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At least 10 people on cruise ships went overboard this year, and 2 miraculously survived

  • At least 10 people have gone overboard off major cruise line ships so far in 2023.
  • Two of those people were rescued and survived.
  • Despite these cases, overboard incidents are very rare, a cruise line trade association said.

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The chances of you falling overboard off a cruise ship are extremely low .

But at least 10 people fell off major cruise line ships so far this year, turning fun-in-the-sun vacations into disaster situations — and only two survived the fall into the ocean.

Here's what happened to the passengers who went overboard:

Warwick Tollemache fell off a Royal Caribbean ship and wasn't found during a search

The family of 35-year-old Australian cruise passenger Warwick Tollemache told Nine News he was a "kind, beautiful, and gentle soul who was adored by everyone who knew him."

Tollemache fell into the Pacific Ocean after going overboard off Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas on April 26 at about 11 p.m. while the cruise ship was hundreds of miles off the coast of Hawaii.

The ship's crew immediately launched a search for Tollemache and the United States Coast Guard was ultimately called in to help. The Coast Guard called off its search after crew scoured the waters for two days.

Authorities didn't say how he fell in.

Ronnie Lee Peale Jr. was in his 'happy place' before he fell off a Carnival ship and was never seen again

Virginia resident Ronnie Lee Peale Jr., 35, was on a Carnival Magic cruise to celebrate his partner's birthday when he fell into the water on May 29 after officials say he leaned over a balcony railing on the vessel.

Peale Jr. went overboard as the ship was about 186 miles east of Jacksonville, Florida, and returning from the Bahamas. Carnival Cruise Line said security footage showed he "leaned over the railing of his stateroom balcony and dropped into the water" at about 4:10 am.

The Coast Guard searched over 5,171 square miles and more than 60 hours, but crews could not find Peale Jr.

"He loved the cruise life," Peale Jr.'s fiancée Jennilyn Michelle Blosser told WTKR . "Being able to drink, gamble, and socialize put him in his happy place."

A Royal Caribbean passenger beat the odds when she plunged off the 10th deck of the ship and was miraculously saved

Some who fall in are lucky to be alive.

A 42-year-old US citizen — whose name wasn't publicly revealed — fell overboard from the 10th deck of Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas vessel on June 25 at around 5:45 p.m. as the Curaçao-bound liner was more than 30 miles off the coast of the Dominican Republic.

The woman miraculously survived the fall. One witness told Business Insider that passengers lined up on their balconies and quickly banded together to try and guide the rescue boat as it scanned the water for signs of the woman.

Witnesses said cruise crew members managed to find her and brought her safely back on board in a roughly 45-minute ordeal.

The overboard woman was found to be in "good health" after the fall, the Coast Guard said. A rescue expert told Business Insider her survival was "nothing short of miraculous."

Jaylen Hill jumped off a Carnival cruise ship and was not found during a search, the company said

Carnival Elation passenger Jaylen Hill, 30, went overboard on the vessel on July 23 as the ship was on a four-day Bahamas sailing and on its way back to Jacksonville, Florida.

Hill's travel companion reported him missing after he wasn't seen all day. A Carnival spokesperson said that the cruise line determined Hill "jumped" from the ship "after an exhaustive on-board search and a review of security camera video."

The Coast Guard called off its search for Hill when he wasn't found after covering more than 1,347 square miles.

Reeta Sahani who 'could not swim' went overboard on a Royal Caribbean ship while traveling with her husband

Reeta Sahani was on Royal Caribbean's Spectrum of the Seas with her husband on July 31 in the Singapore Strait, the last day of their four-day cruise to Malaysia.

Sahani couldn't swim, her son would tell The Straits Times .

The 64-year-old mother went overboard while the cruise was on its way to Singapore.

Sahani's husband, Jakesh Sahani, woke up in the middle of the night and discovered his wife was not in their cruise cabin, the Straits Times reported. He notified the ship's officials, who, according to the news outlet, told him that his wife was seen on CCTV footage sitting on the ship's railing at about 4 a.m.

The couple's son, Apoorv Sahani, told the Straits Times that the "ship's crew thinks she jumped."

Apoorv Sahani later said in a post on X that his family was given footage from the cruise ship. "With the footage, we have unfortunately learnt that my mother has passed away," he wrote.

Kenneth Schwalbe fell off a Princess cruise ship and couldn't be found

California resident Kenneth Schwalbe , 59, was traveling on the Emerald Princess ship when he went overboard on August 11 about eight miles off the coast of Hilo, Hawaii.

According to Hawaii authorities, police received a report on the morning of August 11 that Schwalbe was last seen on board the ship at around 8:30 p.m. the day before. Authorities searched the ship but couldn't find him.

Hawaii police said that surveillance footage from a camera on the exterior of the ninth deck of the vessel showed Schwalbe "falling from the ship" at about 4:18 a.m.

The Coast Guard couldn't find Schwalbe.

Sigmund Ropich was vacationing with pals before the teenager went overboard from a Royal Caribbean ship

College student Sigmund Ropich of Texas was vacationing with his friends on Royal Caribbean's Wonder of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world in August, his sister Savannah Ropich told Business Insider.

On August 29 as the ship was off the coast of Cuba, the 19-year-old Sigmund went overboard .

The ship's crew immediately launched a search and rescue operation but found no sign of Sigmund. Cuban officials called off their search for Ropich after they couldn't find the teen.

Savannah Ropich said in a Facebook post last month: "Although we are continuing to celebrate my brother's life, it does not equate to compliancy with @wonderoftheseas. I am still enraged by the fact that we are celebrating my brother's life without his body."

"The mishandling of the search and constant miscommunication throughout prompts the question.. was my brother's life valued by his ticket and age?" she wrote. "If so and if not, to what extent does this company value a human life to respond with appropriate actions of urgency?"

Royal Caribbean didn't respond to Business Insider's request for a response to Savannah Ropich's criticisms.

A crew member went overboard off an AIDA Cruises ship but couldn't be found during a search

The crew member went overboard off the German cruise ship, called the AIDAperla, on October 22 as the vessel was traveling from Hamburg to Spain.

The cruise ship company said in a statement to Sky News that the captain "immediately initiated all necessary rescue measures in close coordination with the local authorities."

However, the search for the crew member wasn't successful .

Another lucky Royal Caribbean passenger was rescued after going overboard

A passenger traveling on Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas vessel went overboard on October 29 after the ship departed Barcelona and was saved.

"The ship and crew immediately reported the incident to local authorities and began searching for the guest. Thankfully, the guest was successfully recovered and was brought on board," the cruise line told Business Insider.

A person who said they were aboard the vessel at the time posted on social media that they could see spotlights and rescue boats from their balcony during the nighttime search.

A Carnival cruise passenger was seen on surveillance footage jumping off the ship

Tyler Barnett, a 28-year-old father of two from Houma, Louisiana was on a week-long cruise with his younger sister and their uncle when he went missing in the middle of the night.

Barnett was last seen aboard the Carnival Glory — which was heading to the Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico — around 11:40 p.m. on November 12, the day of the ship's departure from New Orleans, his mother, Elisha Reid, told Business Insider.

For over 24 hours, Carnival crews searched the ship and the Coast Guard scoured a 200-mile section of the Gulf of Mexico looking for signs of Barnett.

But, on November 14, Carnival said it had finally found footage of Barnett that showed him climbing up onto a lifeboat and jumping off the ship around 1:40 a.m. on November 13, the company told Business Insider in an email.

The cruise line at first told Barnett's sister, who was also on the ship, that there was no surveillance footage of her brother that night, Reid said.

Reid said she found out her son was missing from a cousin, not the cruise company.

"I have my moments where I break, but I'm keeping the faith," she told Business Insider as the search continued. "I'm keeping the faith. I just want him home."

Despite these cases, overboard incidents are very rare, according to a cruise line trade association

According to a report from the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), there were 212 overboard incidents from 2009 to 2019, and only 48 — or 28.2% — of those who fell overboard were successfully rescued.

"Even one incident is one too many," CLIA told Business Insider, explaining, "The vast majority of cases are either reckless behavior or some form of intentional act. People don't just inadvertently fall over the side of a ship."

According to CLIA, cruise lines have maintained an exceptional safety record and cruising is one of the safest forms of travel.

From 2009 to 2019, the number of "operational incidents" declined by 41% and the rate of "man overboard incidents" declined by nearly 35%, while the industry's total capacity grew by 68%, CLIA said.

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Lore: "At 10a.m. , February 2nd, a massive fire erupted in the engine room of Cardboardia Cruise Lines' S.S. Queen Chloe, after a large explosion was heard coming from the below the water line.  The ship must have already had just a slight head list, since all the water that began pouring in from the bottom-center of the ship ran towards the bow, quickly pulling it down while the fire nearly separated the stern section from the bow. The emergency alarm went off, but the ship was sinking so fast that many of the passengers jumped and swam to the nearby pack ice."

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