Cruise ship survivor was complaining about her boyfriend after 10 hours in

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Miss Longstaff, an air hostess from Gloucestershire but now living in Spain, had, according to reports, argued with her partner in the hours before she plunged into the Adriatic from deck seven of the Norwegian Star cruise ship. The passenger who survived ten hours at sea continued to complain about her boyfriend even after being rescued, according to the captain who saved her. She spent nearly ten hours in the waters 60 miles off the coast of Croatia, before a rescue operation involving planes, coastguard and harbour boats found her drifting close to where… Kay Longstaff, 46, had also expressed concern she would have to pay for the rescue mission after being picked up by the Croatian coastguard. read more