MANHATTAN — A cruise ship that turned disabled off the Massachusetts coast has docked safely in Manhattan.
The Star Pride, carrying 351 individuals, turned stranded earlier Friday in Buzzards Bay between Woods Hole and Martha’s Vineyard. Windstar Cruises, which operates the Star Pride, mentioned the ship skilled a lack of cooling water for the engine techniques, inflicting an computerized shutdown of the propulsion and auxiliary engines.
No accidents have been reported.
The firm mentioned the reason for the shutdown was recognized and addressed and all ship operations returned to regular on Friday.
A tug boat escorted the vessel to Newport, the place it was docked in a single day for the inspection to “ensure the safety of the passengers and crew,” Coast Guard Capt. Chris Chandler mentioned. The Coast Guard mentioned on Twitter early Saturday that the vessel had handed inspection.
The ship was nearing the top of a 17-day cruise from Reykjavik, Iceland, to New York.
It was scheduled to depart New York on Saturday for a cruise to Montreal. The Newport Daily News reports that due to the delay, the cruise ship will skip a scheduled cease in Newport on Sunday, when passengers would have been capable of disembark and tour town, together with its well-known mansions.