Carnival Triumph's arrival at a glance

By CNN StaffUpdated 15th February 2013
The disabled Carnival Triumph docked Thursday night at the Port of Mobile. Here are some things to know about the ill-fated cruise:
• The ship left on February 7 for a four-day cruise
• The boat docked around 9:18 p.m. CT (10:18 p.m. ET) Thursday
• Passengers were already in line to get off the ship at 7 p.m. CT
• Passengers began disembarking at 10:12 p.m. CT (11:12 p.m. ET)
• There were customs officials on board starting the disembarkation process
Carnival CEO Gerry Cahill apologizes for what the Triumph passengers have gone through.
• This is the biggest cruise ship ever to dock in Mobile. It is 893 feet long.
• Alabama Cruise Terminal has one gangway to offload passengers.
• It should take four to five hours to get everyone off.
• There are 3,141 passengers still on board. Two were taken off early for medical reasons.
• There are 1,086 crew members.
• One hundred motor coaches are available for passengers who asked to be taken back to Galveston, Texas, where the cruise started.
• Some families are picking up their loved ones.
• The ship will move to a repair facility in same port on Friday.
-- Source: Carnival Cruise Lines
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