A South Florida woman was among the people waiting for their loved ones to reach land after being stranded at sea on a cruise ship for days.
First Ford, now Toyota. On Wednesday, Toyota Motor Corp. joined the recall fray by recalling 778,000 RAV4 SUVs and Lexus HS 250h sedans in the U.S.
In what is being seen as another miss-step for the cruising industry, Royal Caribbean’s signature ship the Allure of the Seas reported a “small and short-lived engine fire,” a spokeswoman told CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
Eight Americans are among the more than 600 passengers aboard the Costa Allegra who are sleeping on the decks of the crippled cruise ship, without power and under tow after a fire damaged the engine room Monday. The ship is owned by Doral-based Carnival Cruise Lines.
Costa Cruise Lines, the Italian line owned by Miami-based Carnival Cruise Lines which is still trying to recover the sunken Costa Concordia off the Italian coast, has a second ship in trouble.