A global tourist tanker named Vasco da Gama ran aground in Australian waters Thursday morning after it failed in technology and lost power, the Daily Mail reported.
At 5:45 a.m. local time on the 6th, the cruise ship carrying 828 passengers ran aground in Saint Vincent Bay near Adelaide, South Australia. It is reported that at the time of the accident, the operation console of the cabin control room of the cruise ship turned on the alarm light, and the captain immediately ordered a "preventive power outage". The engineer found that there was no serious problem after inspection, the power was restored around noon, and then safely docked in Adelaide port. Some passengers on the scene recalled that there was no water, no electricity and no access to the toilet. It was terrible. Ian, a passenger, said the boat was "absolutely terrible" when it drifted and was blown around by the wind. "We have no electricity, no water, no food, nothing Only the auxiliary power supply lights the corridor, that's all. It's like a ghost ship. "