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The operator of Celebrity Cruises, will say that there have been no reported injuries on the Celebrity Xpedition ship, ran aground on Tuesday night.
The smaller cruise liner, which was carrying 46 passengers and 58 crew members, was sailing to Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands when the incident occurred.
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“At the beginning of the night, the Celebrity Xpedition was wrecked while sailing in her itinerary in the Galapagos,” said Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. who is the owner of Celebrity Cruises, in a statement shared on Twitter.
“All of the guests and crew are safe and secure, and we have no reports of any injuries.”
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The cruise company said the vessel’s 46 guests, and a “non-essential” crew have been evacuated to another ship, as a “precautionary measure” and that the passengers were being picked up by her sister ship, the Celebrity in turkey.”
The Celebrity Xpedition is being evaluated. Royal Caribbean said it was not aware of any adverse environmental impact caused by the incident.
On Wednesday, Celebrity Cruises, confirmed that all of the guests on the Celebrity Xpedition and were on board with the Celebrity, the Flora, and on the way to Baltra, an island of the republic of Ecuador, “where you will find hotel accommodation and flights home will be provided.”
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“We are thankful that no injuries have been reported from last night’s incident, and we really appreciate all those professionals who have stepped in to provide assistance to guests and crew,” the company wrote.
In addition, Celebrity Cruises, confirmed that all of the affected guests will be offered a full refund and a credit toward a future Celebrity Cruises excursion.
On Wednesday, the Celebrity Xpedition had been “maintained and is safe to anchor in,” the cruise line wrote down.
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Celebrity Cruises is working with more than a dozen ships. The Celebrity Xpedition is one of the smallest ships in the fleet of the company, which has a capacity of just 48 guests.