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On the ground the CEO of Carnival Cruise Lines could probably use.
For the fourth time in a month in the second time in two days one of -- ships has broken down with passengers on board.
A carnival legend now heading back to Tampa after cutting its trip short -- some kind of engine trouble just yesterday we learned -- carnival dream.
The stuck in port.
And the Caribbean island of Saint Martin the company now in the midst of flying all 4400.
Passengers back to the United States many of whom.
Seem to be taking it all in -- We had a slight disruption in -- Elevator service.
This slight distraction and he need flushing of -- people didn't listen and so they push the button more than once.
That'd get started over Florida I think -- veterans overflowed.
This past weekend Tug boats had to escort the elation.
Back to New Orleans after.
The steering system -- out and who can forget the calamity aboard the carnival triumph last month it was listing on one side.
All the way back into -- after five days without electricity barely any food or water -- hallways filled with raw sewage you remember.
She's -- live -- our South Florida newsroom with more on the Steve what's the latest now on the two new ships to add to the list.
-- really a string of bad news for Carnival Cruise Lines you have the legend right now.
Limping back into ports in -- bad about fifteen miles -- should reach there by Sunday.
And -- have the dream which is still stuck in saint Martin's stuck there since Wednesday.
-- begun flying passengers out some -- this afternoon in Orlando.
-- We -- this bill.
On time little said they had a problem with the -- -- And I was about the end of it do.
Hours later everything was working again they.
They treated us well and they gave us.
My activities to do.
And I was just sit through and sailing.
The only thing -- The -- was a little.
Those passengers will get a three day credit plus 50% off their next carnival cruise Harris let you know part of -- The positive thing I see is everybody always has something nice to say about the crew that's good and this.
Industry as a whole.
Seems to be pretty resilient Steve.
That's exactly right keep in mind that tragedy last month which got so much press attention.
The -- was out there in the Gulf of Mexico for five days stranding more than 4000 people in very tough conditions despite.
All those headlines industry analysts say that the industry has shown itself to be extremely resilient.
If you might have a 60% -- -- you've got forty to 50%.
On any given sailing that our first timers.
And they'll tell you they're not at all concerned about this because -- -- -- -- -- we have to put our common sense had on.
-- these are machines and the did you break down.
Despite the bad news Florida travel agents are telling us bookings for Cruz is here still extremely strong and Carnival Cruise Lines just declared a first quarter profit.
A 37 million dollars Harris Steve Harrigan thank you.
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