In his note, the captain attributed the listing to the cruise fin stabilizer and stressed that "fin stabilizers are not a safety feature, they are deployed solely for the comfort of the guest to minimize any potential movement in the sea." All the guests received a credit on board of $ 50.
"There was never any problem with the safe operation of the ship and our officers intervened quickly to correct the situation," Carnival said in a statement to News 6. "After the incident, evening events resumed for our guests." Carnival Sunshine He continued with his "Cruise for the Caribbean as scheduled. We greatly regret the interruption this caused. The boat remains fully operational and will sail as scheduled. We trust in the safety of the boat as we are committed to the safety of our guests and the crew. "
According to reports, some guests flew to their homes after a stop in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday, instead of staying for the rest of the trip, which ended Friday in Puerto Cañaveral.
h / t News 6, New York Post