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After four days at sea, with no plumbing on the Carnival Triumph cruise liner, passengers have finally reached land in Alabama.
Met with blankets, drinks and hot food, the passengers were let off the boat, where they would continue their journeys home by coach.
Passengers described overflowing toilets, with the ship's cabins and passages, soaked in raw sewage, after a fire in the engine room knocked out the ship's power and plumbing.
Witchita Red Cross awaits passengers from the Carnival Triumph cruise ship, as passengers disembark in the port of Mobile, Alabama.
The ship has been without plumbing for the past four days, afloat in the Gulf of Mexico.
The CEO of Carnival Cruise Lines has commented on Twitter, following the docking of troubled cruise ship Triumph.
Passengers were left afloat in the Mexican Gulf following an engine fire which left them without plumbing for four days.
The Triumph cruise liner has arrived at port in Mobile, Alabama.
CEO Gerry Cahill of Carnival Cruise Lines said he is "thankful" everyone is safe.
NBC News has reported that the carnival cruise ship Triumph is currently docking in Mobile, Alabama.
The Carnival cruise liner Triumph, which has been adrift in the Gulf of Mexico for four days, is now less than ten miles away from port.
The ship is set to dock in Mobile, Alabama between 9:15 and 11:30pm (03:15 and 05:30 GMT).
Updates from the Carnival Cruise Lines Twitter account, said disembarkation off the boat could take up to five hours, due to the lack of power.
They added that guests will be provided with warm food, drinks and blankets, as well as cell phones and chargers upon arrival.
The company has arranged 100 coaches to take the guests home, crew will be able to stay in nearby hotels.
An assessment of the repairs will be carried out once all the guests and crew are safely off the ship.