Passangers Saved from Antarctic Cruise
Passengers of a Antarctic cruise have been rescued after the ship they were on ran aground.
"The cruise ship became stuck on Thursday in Wilhelmina Bay, a peninsula that reaches towards the southern tip of South America" BBC News reported.
The ship was carrying over 80 passengers from around the world. They were all rescued by the Chilean Navy "that was to take them to Chile's Frei Base in Antarctica, which has an airstrip from which they can be flown out of the area" MSNBC reported.
Most of the crew, and the captain stayed on board the ship to try and salvage it. No one was hurt.