SANTIAGO (AFP) - A cruise ship said to be dogged by maintenance woes slammed into an iceberg off Antarctica Friday, and other ships rushed to rescue more than 150 people, all of whom were doing well, officials said. ADVERTISEMENT "They are in good condition. There is no hypothermia, they all have food and clothes. Everything is OK," the captain of the Norwegian ship that carried out the rescue operation, Arnvid Hansen, told AFP by phone.
My father-in-law retired last January. They've been travelling a lot and have a Antarctic cruise planned. I hope they have a better ship.
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