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Carnival Triumph arrives at Mobile; passengers begin to disembark

The cruise ship Carnival Triumph, without power since Sunday, has docked safely at Mobile and passengers began exiting the en route to hotels

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Five tugs towing Carnival Triumph after towline breaks; stroke victim needs medevac

The U.S. Coast Guard said a stroke victim needed a medevac from the stricken cruise ship Carnival Triumph broke, a towline parted and now 5 tugs are towing the ship

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Witness: HMS Bounty captain knew frame was rotting but sailed into Sandy anyway

A formal hearing into the fatal sinking of HMS Bounty has begun in Portsmouth, with testimony that the captain knew the tall ship's frame was rotting

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Coast Guard transfers electrical generator, power cables from OSV to Carnival Triumph

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter transferred a power generator and cables from the offshore supply vessel Lana Rose to the stricken cruise ship Carnival Triumph

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Cosco Busan pilot suing Coast Guard to restore his license

The pilot who lost his merchant mariner's license as a result of the Cosco Busan accident is suing the Coast Guard to get his credentials back

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Tugboat sinks, spills fuel into Tennessee River

A tugboat operated by New Johnsonville Marine Service sank along a Tennessee River embankment, and much of the vessel's 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel spilled

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Two tugboats towing disabled Carnival Triumph toward Mobile

The tugboats Resolve Pioneer and Dabhol are towing and steering the cruise ship Carnival Triumph, which experienced an engine fire and blackout

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Carnival cruise ship adrift after engine fire near Mexico

The cruise ship Carnival Triumph is drifting off the coast of Mexico after a fire in its aft engine room

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Fish and Wildlife Service research vessel sinks at Alaska dock

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service research vessel Arluk sank at a dock in Kodiak, Alaska, according the Coast Guard

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TSB: Rudder failure, poor crew training led to 2011 Quebec grounding

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada said a rudder malfunction and a lack of crew training in steering emergencies led the bulk carrier Orsula to run aground in the St. Lawrence River in 2011

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