On the high seas, it can be hard to avoid the occasional mishap.
But for the adventurous traveler, the stakes are higher.
On Friday, the U.S. Coast Guard released a list of cruise ships that it says have lost more than $100,000, a figure it says will grow every day until the U,S.
government closes its entire fleet of cruise vessels by 2027.
The Coast Guard said in a statement that a cruise ship named “Nantucket” in the Caribbean sank on Aug. 24 and was “rescued” by a life raft.
The Coast Guard says the ship sank in rough seas and that it is searching for the captain.
The “Nanticoke” is the second cruise ship to sink in less than two weeks.
On Friday, a Norwegian Cruise Line ship lost its life raft on Oct. 21 after the boat’s captain and two crew members tried to escape the sinking vessel.