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Some passengers on the cruise ship did not leave their seats as the water spread over the deck. Calum Lawson called these passengers & # 39; typical British & # 39;

& # 39; Typical British & # 39 ;: cruise passengers remain calm and drink while rough seas rock the ship and torrents of water flow out of the pool to flood the deck

  • Calum Lawson, a ship engineer, posted images of some partygoers shouting
  • But others sat and enjoyed their drinks while water revolved around their ankles
  • He called them & # 39; typical British & # 39 ;, who participated in P&O Ventura
  • Were YOU on the ship? Email james.gant@mailonline.co.uk
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A cruise ship's pool sent a flood of water over the deck as the boat rocked in a cruel storm – but some passengers continued to drink their pint because & # 39; they are on their jollies & # 39 ;.

Calum Lawson, a ship engineer, posted images on social media of some partygoers screaming while others were enjoying their drinks on what is supposed to be the P&O Ventura.

He called those passengers & # 39; typical British & # 39 ;, who stayed in place while the water revolved around their feet.

Some passengers on the cruise ship did not leave their seats as the water spread over the deck. Calum Lawson called these passengers & # 39; typical British & # 39;

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Some passengers on the cruise ship did not leave their seats as the water spread over the deck. Calum Lawson called these passengers & # 39; typical British & # 39;

In one video, the water races over the laminated deck, causing chairs to fly and children to climb in safety.

Lawson leans over to the weather outside, showing a turbulent sea below while passengers cling to a railing by the window.

Another clip sees the water from the pool flowing in huge waves over the edges on the deck.

& # 39; Typical Britons & # 39 ;: Calum Lawson, a marine engineer who appears to be working for Norwegian Cruise Line, posted images on social media of some revelers shouting while others were enjoying their drinks

& # 39; Typical Britons & # 39 ;: Calum Lawson, a marine engineer who appears to be working for Norwegian Cruise Line, posted images on social media of some revelers shouting while others were enjoying their drinks

The swimming pool is overflowing

The swimming pool is overflowing

Lawson, a ship engineer who seems to be working for Norwegian Cruise Line, posted images on social media of some revelers shouting while others were enjoying their drinks (left). Right: the swimming pool is overflowing

One clip (photo) shows water from the swimming pool flowing in huge waves over the edges of the deck
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One clip (photo) shows water from the swimming pool flowing in huge waves over the edges of the deck

Mr. Lawson leans over to the weather outside, showing a turbulent sea below while passengers cling to a railing by the window

Mr. Lawson leans over to the weather outside, showing a turbulent sea below while passengers cling to a railing by the window

One clip shows water from the pool flowing in huge waves over the edges to the deck (left), while the sea outside was choppy during the storm on November 3 (right)

It is not certain which cruise ship made the recordings, but several sources have told MailOnline that it was the P&O Ventura.

Lawson endorsed the first video on November 3: & # 39; The best part of this video is the number of typical Britons that have not been phased by any danger that occurs because & # 39; & # 39; they are on their jollies & # 39; & # 39; and nothing can spoil that … b ****** ships that flood people. & # 39;

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He added: “Working on cruise ships they said … it will be fun they said. (1 storm later): The swimming pool has disappeared. & # 39;

Were YOU on the ship?

Email james.gant@mailonline.co.uk

His tweets received more than 25,000 likes and 3,000 retweets, some of which compared the scene to the Titanic.

A man placed: & # 39; New Titanic looks good. & # 39;

Another wrote: & # 39; Great British sailaway party ** GONE WRONG ** (TITANIC 2.0). & # 39;

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Others focused on the & # 39; British & # 39; who ignored the water flow and sunk their pints.

A Twitter user said in reference to the Simon Pegg movie Shaun Of The Dead: & # 39; Pint in the hand, waiting for everything to blow over. & # 39;

One woman wrote: & # 39; Sitting and holding onto their beer. & # 39;

It is not yet clear on which cruise ship the recordings were made

It is not yet clear on which cruise ship the recordings were made

Some social media users speculated that it was the P&O Ventura

Some social media users speculated that it was the P&O Ventura

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It is not yet clear on which cruise ship the images (left and right) were taken, but some social media users speculated that it was the P&O Ventura

And a man placed: & # 39; We would just raise our feet. We get another round haha. & # 39;

One woman asked & "why is nobody going crazy?", While another said: & # 39; This should be a day at sea lol! If they were on a high stool in the bar, this would not be a problem, please keep Gin and tonic !! & # 39;

P&O has been contacted for comments.

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