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The 22,080-ton, 800-passenger Marco Polo was leaving Sortland, Norway, under the command of a local pilot when the ship struck a previously uncharted rock.
No injuries were reported in the incident, and Marco Polo immediately returned to the port for a damage assessment. Following inspection, preliminary repairs were made to the hull, and the ship was cleared to carry on with the remainder of its 14-night cruise.
This grounding follows recent grounding events with Hurtigruten Kong Harald and Lindblad's National Geographic Sea Lion.
Read full report at Cruise Critic