Cruise Passengers Rattled by Rough Seas This morning the cruise ship Norwegian Dawn returned to harbor in New York after a weeklong cruise to the Bahamas took an ugly turn. Waves as high as 70 feet pounded the ship, causing damages and injuring passengers.
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Cruise Passengers Rattled by Rough Seas

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Cruise Passengers Rattled by Rough Seas

Cruise Passengers Rattled by Rough Seas

Cruise Passengers Rattled by Rough Seas

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This morning the cruise ship Norwegian Dawn returned to harbor in New York after a weeklong cruise to the Bahamas took an ugly turn. Waves as high as 70 feet pounded the ship, causing damages and injuring passengers.

Guests:

Ellen Tesauro, passenger