Some passengers on the Norwegian ship for days after it ran aground

The Norwegian Escape stopped sailing on Tuesday – four days before the end of its scheduled itinerary – but that does not mean passengers should leave the ship immediately.

Norwegian Cruise Line has canceled the remainder of Norwegian Escape’s sailing which was scheduled to end on Saturday after the ship collided with the channel bed in Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic on Monday.

Two days after the announcement of the cancellation, some passengers are still on the ship, trying to navigate confused communication about when they will begin their journey home.

The cruise line said in a statement that “although there is minor damage to the ship’s hull, all guests and crew are safe. The current cruise will be shortened and the cruise scheduled to board the March 19 will be canceled so that necessary repairs can be made.”

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