Relatively new Cruise Ship Stranded in the Pacific

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Relatively new Cruise Ship Stranded in the Pacific

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She entered service in 2008 and sustained a fire in the aft engine room on Monday 8 July 2010.

http://www.smh.com.au/travel/travel-new ... 17mci.html

http://media.smh.com.au/national/select ... om=newsbox

Tugs are being sent to tow her back to the mainland US.

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Re: Relatively new Cruise Ship Stranded in the Pacific

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I love the Carnival ships, they are FABULOUS! Its like being in Las Vegas, except you are on a ship. I went on a 7 night cruise around the Western Caribbean on the CARNIVAL TRIUMPH in 2003....it was so much fun!

Hope they get her back safely alongside soon.
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