Passengers Stranded on Disabled Cruise Ship Describe Power Outages and 'Sewage Running Down the Walls'

Taylor Berman · 02/11/13 10:37PM

Things aren't sounding so great for the 4,200 passengers stranded aboard the disabled Carnival Triumph cruise ship, which is currently being towed by two boats through the Gulf of Mexico to Mobile, Alabama, one day after a fire disabled the ship's engines. ABC News is now reporting the ship has limited access to running water and power, and there are also reports of passengers using buckets as makeshift toilets.

Horrible Cruise Ship Capsizing Actually Sounds Sort of Funny

Max Read · 01/16/12 10:19AM

The cruise ship Costa Concordia capsized over the weekend, just off the coast of the Italian island of Giglio, killing at least six and terrifying the ship's 4,200 passengers. (All but 15 have been accounted for.) It sounds unbelievably horrifying. But also sort of funny.

Is the Carnival Splendor Cruise Ship Cursed?

Max Read · 11/10/10 01:35AM

The Carnival Splendor, a cruise ship bound for the Mexican Riviera, has been drifting off the coast of Mexico since a fire disabled engine operating systems. But it's not the first time the ship's run into trouble.