Passengers on Stranded Cruise Ship Complain About Lack of Food and Toilets

Posted on February 11, 2013

Carnival's Triumph cruise ship is currently stranded in the Gulf of Mexico. There are 4,200 passengers aboard the ship. The ship became stranded after a fire in the engine room knocked out the Triumph's propulsion system. Now the giant ship will need to be tugged back to shore. USA Today reports that some passenger reports from the ship indicate that they had no power, which means no toilets or showers. Power has returned to part of the ship, but there are apparently not many toilets that work. This does not sound like a fun cruise at all. To make matters worse the ship is also reportedly running out of hot food. Take a look:



More from Shoppers Shop


  • Kaia Gerber Stars in Penshoppe Denimlab 2017 Campaign


  • Amazon Prime Day 2017 Will Run 30 Hours Starting July 10th


  • Bella Hadid Models Bulgari Fall/Winter 2017 Serpenti Handbag Collection




  • NASA Corrects Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop on Wearable Body Stickers Product Claim


  • Grizzly Bears Help Test Durability of Outdoor Products


  • Style Dotcom Site Now Forwards to Farfetch