The Clelia II cruise ship was in the Drake Passage in the Antarctic when it was was hit by a 30 foot wave, which knocked out one of the ship's engines, disabled the ship's communication system and shattered windows, stranding the 160 passengers on-board, according to CBS News.
Luckily, a National Geographic ship came to its aid and both are now making their way back to its port in Argentina.
None of the passengers were harmed.
WATCH the insane waves below.
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