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Mechanical issue forces 2000-passenger cruise ship to make stop in Port Canaveral

A 2000-passenger cruise ship has suffered a mechanical breakdown that forced it to stop for repairs at Port Canaveral

Mechanical issue forces 2000-passenger cruise ship to make stop in Port Canaveral

A 2000-passenger cruise ship has suffered a mechanical breakdown that forced it to stop for repairs at Port Canaveral

Mechanical issue forces 2000-passenger cruise ship to make stop in Port Canaveral
11 January 2018 - 12:42

A 2000-passenger cruise ship has suffered a mechanical breakdown that forced it to stop for repairs at Port Canaveral. Passengers on the Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas are stuck, motionless, in Port Canaveral. 'They didn’t tell us what the problems were. They just said they had a leaking hydraulic hose,' Mario Miralles, a passenger on the ship, said. The ship was on its way back from the Bahamas to its home port in Baltimore when a breakdown caused the unscheduled stop. Royal Caribbean did not say what was wrong but said in a statement that, while the ship is safe to operate, in an abundance of safety, it will now make a stop at Port Canaveral. In 2013, a major fire occurred on the same ship. 

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