The Ocean Explorer cruise ship stranded with 206 people on board has tried unsuccessfully to free itself on three occasions. The last time she tried to get out with the help of a marine research vessel.
The third attempt to free the Ocean Explorer cruise ship, stranded since Monday in a remote area of Greenland with more than 200 people on board, fails.
The cruise ship tried twice to free itself taking advantage of the high tide, but was unsuccessful. During the third attempt she was unsuccessfully trying to help the marine research vessel Tarajog.
The bay in which he is trapped is located in the Arctic Circle, northeast of Greenland National Park. Fortunately, the authorities do not see the damage as an acute risk to human life or the environment.