Heavy weather has slammed a Silversea cruise ship on an Antarctic voyage, causing sustained damage but no injuries among the 133 guests, the cruise line reported.
Silver Explorer, a luxury expedition ship, was damaged Jan. 12, according to statement released Thursday. The vessel has full power and control, and stabilizers are working, according to the company, and set course Jan. 13 for Ushuaia, Argentina. A spokesman for the line said no further information was available and could not say when the ship would arrive.
According to the release, four of the 113 crew members were treated aboard for minor injuries.
The cruise company, whose U.S. office is in Fort Lauderdale, said it has cancelled its Jan. 21 departure but expects to resume its Antarctic schedule on Jan. 31.