Mobile Prepares for Carnival Cruise Ship

By: AP
By: AP

Mobile is getting ready for the return of the crippled Carnival cruise ship Triumph that is being towed to the port there after an engine room fire left it powerless at sea for days.
It's been more than a year since a cruise ship was based in Mobile. But Sheila Gurganis, who is general manager for the terminal, says it still has the infrastructure needed to accommodate a ship like the Triumph on Thursday. On board are 3,100 passengers and 1,000 crew members.
City spokeswoman Barbara Drummond says Carnival has rented blocks of rooms at two downtown hotels.
Those on board have complained to relatives that conditions on the ship are dismal and that they have limited access to food and bathrooms.


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