Is your upcoming new year's resolution to be better to take things a little more quietly and avoid unnecessary stress and concern, so you can perhaps learn something of the two women, who just because of their stoic calm has gone viral.
A huge superyacht smashed last weekend into a berth on the island of St. Maarten in the Caribbean Sea, which led to several jumped up and fled from the spot. But not the two women. On a video of the incident you can see that they take close contact with the yacht amazingly quiet.
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Sunday afternoon, the lost captain of the 86-meter-long yacht, the Ecstasea, control, then he should pass the Simpson Bay Bridge to get into Simpson Bay lagoon. The bridge is a klapbro and stood open, but nevertheless managed the captain not to steer. The ship hit, therefore the bridge's control tower and tore it down in the water. It writes Fox News.
It was supposedly because of the wind conditions, the captain lost control.
No one was hurt in the accident. The bridge works also still, despite the fact that the control tower was totalkadet.
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It took the control tower, but the control system was intact, so the bridge is fully operational and our opening hours will not be affected, says Bertrand Peters, manager of the Simpson Bay Lagoon Corporation.
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So this just happened in St Maarten! (apologies for the bad language but fairly understandable conclusion!) pic.twitter.com/eof5UeqG79— Tracy Edwards (@TracyEdwardsMBE) December 15, 2019
A user on Twitter filmed the incident, and the video has since gone viral. At the time of writing is the clip seen by over five million users.
But it is the two women, who are sitting outside to stir, while all the others on the quay, runs away, as users have got an eye on.
the Yacht has been on more ultra rich men's hands. It was built by the Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, who in 2009 sold it to the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, for 120 million dollars (814.017.379 crowns).
In 2014, sold the crown prince the yacht to the pakistani billionaire Alshair Fiyaz.
It is reported that the yacht has suffered minimal damage from the collision.
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