A vlogger tied to the ship next to Natasha recently shared snippets Turbulent waters batter his ship as he travels through a wet and wild mass considered one of the most dangerous bodies of water in the world.
Welcome to Day 2 of our Antarctic adventure. Today is the day we cross the Drake Passage,” the caption of the video reads announced last week and 12.3 million views.
He said visitors to the passage, which spans about 600 miles and is located between Cape Horn off the southern coast of Chile and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica, is sometimes referred to as “Drake Bay”. li” are welcomed. body of water.
However, this TikToker was given the Drake shake, with Natasha showing how she and the other passengers were “holding on for dear life”.
TikTok users commented on the tsunami, with many saying they “got seasick after seeing it”.
“My intrusive thoughts win and I open the door,” joked one user, while another said: “I immediately started crying.”
One said they found the video educational.
“I run to the comments to see if I’m the only one who doesn’t know what a drake piece is,” they admitted.
Drake Passage has claimed at least one visitor’s life this month after a Viking cruise ship crashed, shattering cabin windows and killing a 62-year-old passenger.