A cruise ship’s captain has urged passengers not to take the risk of getting sick on board during the upcoming Olympic Games in Cartagna, Spain.
A report on the ship’s website said the ship, the Cartagnes, had suffered a large amount of sewage from a nearby sewage treatment plant.
It said the sewage, from a small pond on the port’s south side, had reached the ship and started to filter into the ship.
The report also said a team of inspectors had arrived to examine the vessel.
The ship, which is the world’s fourth-largest cruise ship, is expected to dock in Spain’s Canary Islands in early July.
It is the third ship to dock at Cartagona’s port in recent days, as the city continues to cope with the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which hit the Caribbean island on September 20.