Mad Decent Boat Party passengers only receive $57 refund
The cruise finished early when a woman went overboard on November 12
Mad Decent Boat Party passengers aren't happy.
The Miami to Mexico cruise was cut short last week after a woman went overboard off the shore of Cuba, and those who'd paid around $1000 per ticket thought they'd be getting a substantial amount of that back for having to turn back to the US early.
However, according to TMZ, those onboard have been kicking off on social media saying they've only received $57.47, with reps for Norwegian Cruise Lines saying that's "the cost of the cancelled excursion plus port taxes" and everything else is "non-refundable".
The FBI is investigating the incident of Kaylyn Rose Sommer apparently jumping off the ship, but authorities have suspended the search for the 24-year-old.