Arrigo Benedetti Valentini (Crew)
Arrigo is on his first assignment, and perhaps, deep down, he knows he doesn’t deserve it. Caught up between his duty and his morals, Benedetti will do everything to make ends meet. For him, the command means more than his career; it’s what is left of his identity.
Edith has worked her way up the ranks through her career, and although she was recently overlooked for a promotion, she knows she has the capability to head the security team and take back the control of the ship.
Jurgen is one of the waiters in the ship’s main restaurant. With the help of Daniel, one of the refugees, he will face the issues of his mother’s illness, and starting a close relationship between the two men.
Hannelore has been struggling with a silent and corrosive depression that slowly annihilates her. Her only joy is her son Jurgen who her and her husband believe has been promoted to room manager on the ship.
On-board, Klaus tries to hide his wife’s illness from their son Jurgen but it becomes too terrible to hide.
The cruise across Europe has a specific goal for Nicola and Diletta: to finally relax both and make the child they haven’t yet had.
As an officer, Nicola has a disenchanted attitude towards the refugees and knows the struggles they will face once they arrive in Europe.
After winning tickets for the cruise with her husband Franco, Silvia will try to have fun for the first time in years.
With an unfulfilled relationship with his wife Silvia, Franco will fall for the charm of the young and beautiful refugee Sophia.
Dada Fungula Bozela
Until the other refugees, in Africa Tareq was a human trader. Now that he is mixed with refugees and listening to their stories, he finds the desire to fight again and lead the group of refugees determined on hijacking the ship.
Ibrahim’s main desire it to reunite with his wife and child already in Italy. His morals are put to the test as he decides to join the hijackers but later finds out the truth about Tareq.