British women who crossed the Croatian border and spent 10 hours in the Adriatic Sea at night,
The captain of a Croatian rescue ship who found Kaye Long Staff (46 years old) floating in about 45 nautical miles from the Croatian coast said, "She saw her when she was lucky.
"It is a real miracle that she is alive," Oreskovic said. "On a cruiser, I thought she was not the case, it is obvious that she is very fit."
Longstaff said she fell behind the Norwegian star cruise ship that was heading for Italian Venice just before midnight on Saturday. The spacecraft started a prospecting mission at the crash site, but she could not be found
About ten hours later she was rescued by the Croatian Coast Guard and brought to the hospital in the town of Pula. She was told that she was released from the hospital on Monday
Dolores Brenko Skerjanc of the Croatian Port Authority told the State Broadcasting Station HRT that the Adriatic Sea was warm in the summer and contributed to survival
] Although she spent a long time in the water, the ocean is quite warm now and the chance to survive is good.