Carnival flying passengers home after Dream's propulsion woes; Carnival Legend has Azipod problem

(MIAMI) — While Carnival cruise line is flying passengers home from St. Maarten due to a propulsion problem with one ship, another Carnival vessel is have an Azipod problem at sea, CNN reported. The company is flying 4,000 passengers home after Carnival Dream's propulsion failure. Carnival Legend is being escorted by a tugboat as a result of the thruster problem, which is impacting the vessel's steering and speed.

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By Professional Mariner Staff