Fire-Damaged Cruise Ship Leaves San Diego

Monday, January 24, 2011

According to a Jan. 21 report from the Associated Press, Carnival Cruise Line’s vessel Splendor, which was towed to San Diego after catching fire in November is now headed under its own power to San Francisco for further repairs. The vessel is scheduled to accept passengers for a trip by Feb. 20.

(The Associated Press)

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