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Ruby Princess to Alaska from San Francisco, 7/6 & 7/16

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18 hours ago, Brett said:

This vessel hit the pier this morning while docking. Wondering what the likelihood of it sailing this afternoon at 4pm, as scheduled?

Will this accident delay today's sailing and the one next on the 16th?

Hey @Brett, the ship remained overnight so that they could make repairs. Here's the latest from Princess Cruises:


Princess Cruises can confirm the U.S. Coast Guard is currently on board Ruby Princess performing an inspection and reviewing the work that has been completed. We expect to receive an estimated departure time from San Francisco for today (July 7) once the inspection is complete.

The safety of our guests and crew remain our top priority, and Ruby Princess will depart once the ship is deemed by U.S. Coast as fit to sail.

Given the delayed departure, the Princess team is working hard to maintain as much of the planned itinerary as possible. As previously shared, Princess will also be providing compensation once the full effect of the necessary changes is known.

Upon arrival to San Francisco on July 6, Ruby Princess made unexpected contact with the dock at Pier 27 as she was returning from a 10-day roundtrip Alaska voyage. There were no injuries and at no time were any of the 3328 guests or 1161 crew on board in danger. 

Embarkation for the current roundtrip to Alaska voyage was completed yesterday, with 3,256 guests and 1161 crew onboard as the ship stayed alongside overnight in San Francisco.

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