A Closer Look At the Migrant Boat Disaster Off Greece
by Captain John Konrad (gCaptain) On June 13, a grim and preventable disaster unfolded in the Mediterranean Sea. A fishing trawler known as the Adriana, overburdened with around 750 migrants,...
The Alaska Cruise Ship Empress of the North must move south to continue repairs to the hull. The AP tells us:
The cruise ship Empress of the North must head south for repairs to the damage done when it hit a charted rock near Juneau earlier this month.
Its Southeast Alaska cruises already have been canceled through June 23.
The Ketchikan shipyard, where the sternwheeler has been in dry dock for the past week, has another obligation and cannot complete the work.
Spokeswoman Ann Marie Ricard did not have information on the extent of repairs or whether they will be made in British Columbia, Oregon or Washington state.
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