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Carnival Triumph Returns to Shore

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Feb 15th 2013 09:37 AM
First Person: On Board Carnival Triumph


After more than five days disabled at sea, the Carnival Triumph finally docked in Mobile, Alabama last night. Because only one elevator on the ship was working, it took several hours for all the passengers to disembark.

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Carnival Triumph Remains Stranded in Gulf of Mexico (Update)

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Feb 14th 2013 03:17 PM
A tow line being used to pull the Carnival Triumph snapped this afternoon, setting back the efforts to bring the damaged cruise ship and its 3,143 passengers to port in Mobile, Alabama. Coast Guard Petty Officer William Colclough told the AP the ship is "dead in the water and when they reconnect safely, they then proceed on their way."
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Carnival Files Lawsuit Over Deepwater Horizon Spill

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Apr 26th 2011 09:00 AM
carnival sues over deepwater horizon oil spill

Associated Press

Carnival Corporation has filed a lawsuit against the owners, operators and manufacturers of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig that exploded last April, seeking damages incurred as a result of the spill.
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Teen Charged With Sexually Assaulting Minor on Carnival Cruise

by Fran Golden. Posted Apr 8th 2011 11:05 AM

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A 19-year-old Mississippi man has been charged with sexually assaulting a minor on the 2,052-passenger Carnival Elation, during a four-night cruise to Mexico from Mobile, Alabama.
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Wind Pulls Carnival Cruise Ship from Dock

by Fran Golden. Posted Mar 31st 2011 10:30 AM
carnival cruise wind

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The Carnival Pride was blowing in the wind yesterday at Port Canaveral, near Orlando, so intensely the ship was actually pulled from the dock. And then the vessel was left temporarily stranded at the port.
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