Carnival Triumph Heads To Port After Being Stranded At Sea
As the Carnival Triumph is slowly towed into Mobile, Ala. today, many passengers will have a two-hour bus ride ahead of them. The cruise ship was stranded in the Gulf of Mexico Sunday after an engine-room fire cut power, creating conditions passengers have described as uncomfortable and unsanitary. Once the ship reaches Mobile, Carnival is offering to bus passengers to Galveston, Texas, Houston, or New Orleans.
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