Cruise Ship Disabled in Buzzards Bay

350 people aboard the Star Pride
The cruise ship Star Pride rests disabled near Cuttyhunk Island (Mass. Environmental Police photo)

The 376 foot cruise ship Star Pride became disabled in Buzzards Bay Friday afternoon.  The luxury ship was reportedly cruising from Montreal to New York.  

The ship was reported anchored and the Coast Guard was on scene as they waited for tugs to arrive.  The ship reportedly lost power off Cuttyhunk.

At 5:30 p.m. it was reported that power was restored but the ship was not yet pulling anchor.

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