MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Two Carnival cruise ships are set to return to their home ports after a crash that left six people hurt.
The Doral-based cruise line said the Carnival Glory crashed into the Carnival Legend, which was docked at a port in Mexico.READ MORE: Business Owners In South Florida Say They're Struggling To Get Employees Back To Work
The crash damaged the dining room decks on the Glory.
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The cruise line’s CEO is promising an investigation, but CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg said the ships’ captains may be in the clear.
“Suddenly, a 30 knot squall showed up at the most critical time of that particular maneuver and there was no way for that captain to recover,” he said.
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It’s still not clear how long it’ll take to fix the damage, but carnival said both ship are sea worthy and no cruises will be cancelled.