Towing of stricken Costa Allegra crusie ship ‘going well’ despite course

National Post
By George Thande VICTORIA — A stricken cruise ship owned by the same company as the submerged Costa Concordia was being towed on Tuesday by a French tuna fishing boat to the Seychelles’ main island, the liner’s owner said. An engine room fire on the Costa Allegra knocked out the ship’s main power supply in the Indian Ocean on Monday, leaving it adrift with more than a thousand people on board — including 13 Canadians — in waters vulnerable to pirate attacks.
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