Hello; I was crossing the North Sea once from England to Sweden, and the ship was caught in a massive storm. Wind blew like a hurricane all through the night, and down in my cabin it was like being shaken in a bottle. Anyway, I spent half the night being sick and the other half wanting to be sick. Come daylight I felt better because I could watch the waves, so I sat myself by a window with a fruit juice to observe the mountainous seas. As I sat there I saw a huge wave barreling in to hit the ship broadside. I grabbed hold of my table as the wave struck, and the ship rolled over. People sitting on bar stools went flying, pot plants fell over, everything and anything on tables fell off, and there was one almighty crash from the kitchen. Pretty alarming. Shipbuilders is it possible to build ships where the ceiling not fall down on people's head's and where table's and seat's don't move? Oh and btway in a other vid also a cruise ship in a storm a lot of people was injured and i thought even killed through broken flying glass! I hope that you shipbuilders don't use dangeroes floatglass such as Windows in a house but laminated and tempered glass!