Jarring footage shows 2 Carnival cruise ships collide off coast of Mexico

By The Way One Carnival cruise ship crashed into another as horrified passengers watched in Cozumel

Video posted to Twitter shows two Carnival cruise ships colliding.

Carnival said the one known passenger to sustain "minor" injuries was hurt while evacuating the dining room on decks three and four of the Carnival Glory.

A Carnival Glory ship was attempting to dock when it hit a Carnival Legend ship in the morning hours, according to a statement from the cruise line.

Carnival also tweeted, "There are no issues that impact the seaworthiness of either ship".

The Carnival Legend and Carnival Glory collided in high winds as they were docking at the berthing facility in Cozumel.

Carnival Cruise Line announced today that it has been informed by officials at the Meyer Turku shipyard that delivery of the Mardi Gras will be delayed and is advising booked guests and travel advisors that the first revenue sailing of the ship will be November 14, 2020.

Two cruise ships crashed into one another today in a port in Mexico in the latest cruise news.

"We have advised guests from both ships to enjoy their day ashore in Cozumel", the spokesperson added.

Carnival has said both cruise ships are still seaworthy following the incident in Mexico.

Video shows Glory did come dangerously close to slamming into Oasis too. but eventually got back on course and sailed away from the port.

The cruise line told WFLA the Glory was making its way over to a dock when the collision took place.

She said the passengers on the Carnival ships seemed "so calm".

The Carnival Glory is reportedly based in New Orleans. The ship was scheduled to return to Tampa on Sunday.



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