Carnival Splendor Dead in the Water

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

The Associated Press reported that on Nov. 9, an early morning fire on one of Carnival Cruise Lines' biggest ships, the 113,000-ton Carnival Splendor, has left the vessel dead in the water off the coast of Mexico. According to the report, Carnival said it plans to terminate the current voyage of the Splendor as soon as the vessel can reach a port. The ship remains dead in the water off the coast of Mexico, and the line says the ship's crew still is working to restore power.

(Source: Associated Press)

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