Late Tuesday evening authorities recovered the final two bodies from a midair floatplanes collision in Alaska, bringing the death toll to six. The deceased include four Americans, one Australian and one Canadian.
Four people died and two are missing following the midair collision of two sightseeing floatplanes carrying Royal Princess passengers near Ketchikan, Alaska, on Monday.
Eight people suffered injuries—none seen as life-threatening—in a crane collapse at Grand Bahama Shipyard during work on Oasis of the Seas in Drydock No. 2.
Oasis of the Seas will be deadheading from Grand Bahama Shipyard to Cadiz for service after a giant crane toppled over in Freeport's Drydock No. 2, causing damage to the vessel and the dock structure.
When Viking Sky issued a mayday call during heavy seas on Saturday the community of Molde, the nearest town to the distressed ship, sprang into action.
Investigators believe low engine pressure led to Viking Sky's engine failure on Saturday when the ship was in stormy weather off the coast of Norway.
Chairman Torstein Hagen apologized to passengers and thanked crew and rescuers as Viking Cruises pledged full support for investigations into the incident that left Viking Sky temporarily without power in stormy seas off the coast of Norway over the weekend.
Update: As of 4:30 p.m. local time Sunday, Viking Sky was docked in Molde. Passengers were to begin flying home Sunday night.
Rescue helicopters were evacuating people from Viking Sky after the cruise ship lost engine power in a storm off Norway's west coast on Saturday afternoon.
A Florida man injured in a fall from Sky Pad, a bungee trampoline experience aboard Mariner of the Seas, is suing Royal Caribbean for $10m.