NTSB Sends Team to Investigate Cruise Ship Steering Incident

Wednesday, July 19, 2006
The National Transportation Safety Board has sent a three-member team to Port Canaveral, Fla., joining representatives from the Coast Guard as the preliminary investigation into yesterday's steering incident involving the MS Crown Princess cruise ship. The MS Crown Princess is a Bermuda flagged vessel. The incident occurred about 11 miles southeast of Port Canaveral where the vessel is now docked. The Investigator-in-Charge is Tom Roth-Roffy. The team arrived on scene early today.

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