The Carnival Glory and Carnival Legend collided Friday morning while at the port in Cozumel, Mexico, leaving one traveler injured.
A video of the fallout shows a bit of the Carnival Glory’s deck was left squashed.
The Carnival Cruises are surveying the harm yet there are no issues that affect the fitness for the seaworthiness of either ship, as they told CNN in an announcement.
The organization said six visitors with minor wounds went to the Carnival Glory medical center for evaluation.
Carnival (CCL) depicts the occurrence as an allision between the two ships. An allision is a nautical term used to depict when a moving boat crashes into a stationary object, such as another ship.
The Carnival Glory was “moving to dock,” and hit the Carnival Legend, which was at that point docked. It doesn’t show up either luxury ship’s itinerary will be influenced by the accident, as Carnival says they’ve advised visitors to enjoy their day ashore.
“The crash wasn’t too bad” Carnival Legend traveler Mary Anne McKinley informed, “Just felt like a big wave crashing into the ship.”
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