Cruise ship stranded in Hudson River after steering problem


(NEW YORK) — A cruise ship was stranded in the Hudson River for several hours Sunday morning after a steering and propulsion problem, The New York Times reported. The ship, Norwegian Breakaway, was returning from a seven-day cruise to the Bahamas and Florida when the crew reported an Azipod malfunction to the U.S. Coast Guard. The ship was later towed to Pier 88 on the West Side of Manhattan.

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By Professional Mariner Staff