Cruise ship evacuated in Canadian waters

Danish-owned ship forced to evacuate 118 passengers after hitting a rock in the Arctic. The Danish-owned cruise ship Clipper Adventurer was evacuated after it hit a rock in Canadian waters in the Arctic. The 35-year-old cruise ship, owned by Danish shipping firm Clipper, hit a rock in the Nunavuts Coronation Gulf in the Arctic Canadian region on Friday, after which 118 passengers had to be evacuated onto an ice breaker belonging to the Canadian coast guard.