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    A cruise ship Viking Sky drifts towards land after an engine failure, Hustadvika, Norway March 23, 2019.

    WATCH Swaying Inside Viking Sky Cruise Ship in Storm off Norway

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    Passengers aboard a Viking Sky cruise liner that lost steam near the western shore of Norway, filmed a tense situation where the boat was caught in stormy weather.

    As shown in the video, the strong motion causes objects on the ship to move from side to side.

    READ MORE: Cruise Liner Stalls Near Norwegian Shore, 1,300 People Being Evacuated (PHOTOS)

    A total of 371 people out of over 1,300 passengers who were on board the Viking Sky cruise ship, which came to an abrupt stop off Norway's western coast as a result of engine failure, have been airlifted from the vessel, local media reported on Sunday.

    The cruise ship experienced engine problems on Saturday after getting caught in a storm. Previous media reports indicated that a total of 260 people have been evacuated from the vessel.

    Police said that they have organised a camp for evacuated people on the shore.

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