Carnival Dream (March 2013)

A view of the Carnival Dream cruise ship moored in harbor as passengers prepared to fly home to the U.S. after their cruise was cancelled, in Philipsburg, St. Maarten, on March 14. The Dream was stuck in port in St. Maarten after its emergency diesel generator malfunctioned during testing. The liner, among the company's largest, was on a week-long cruise and had been due back in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100402030000" title="Port Canaveral" href="/topic/business/transportation-industry/waterway-maritime-transportation-industry/port-canaveral-PLGEO100100402030000.topic">Port Canaveral</a>, Florida on Saturday. Instead, passengers were booked on charter flights home.

( John Halley, Reuters / March 15, 2013 )

A view of the Carnival Dream cruise ship moored in harbor as passengers prepared to fly home to the U.S. after their cruise was cancelled, in Philipsburg, St. Maarten, on March 14. The Dream was stuck in port in St. Maarten after its emergency diesel generator malfunctioned during testing. The liner, among the company's largest, was on a week-long cruise and had been due back in Port Canaveral, Florida on Saturday. Instead, passengers were booked on charter flights home.

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