Thursday, December 9, 2010

US Antarctic cruise ship succesfully landed with a failed Engine

 Officials say a US-operated Antarctic cruise address with 160 bodies aboard has absent an agent in aerial seas, but is awkward cautiously to its appointed port.
The Argentine Navy said the Clelia II declared an emergency on Tuesday, advertisement it had absent an agent amidst abundant seas and 55 afar per hour (90 kilometres per hour) apprehension back it was northeast of the Shetland Islands and about 500 afar (845 kilometres) from Ushuaia.
The ship, operated by Polar Cruises of Bend, Oregon, has 100 cartage and 60 aggregation associates aboard, according to the Navy. All were appear safe.
Navy agent Alexandro Lopez said he did not apperceive the character of those aboard.The Navy said the cruise address was branch for the anchorage of Ushuia at the acute south of Argentina at four knots (about bristles afar per hour) on Wednesday and was accompanied by a argosy vessel. 

The address set out from Ushuaia on November 30 and was appointed to acknowledgment on Wednesday.

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