The squalid, smelly, steamy cruise ship, which has been without power for days with 4,000 people aboard, is expected to finally limp into port later today. CNN’s Erin Burnett will anchor Erin Burnett OutFront from Mobile, Alabama, where the ship will dock. Sandra Endo cover the ship’s arrival by helicopter; Victor Blackwell monitors by boat; and David Mattingly and Martin Savidge report from the dock in Mobile. CNN.com/live and the CNN apps will live stream the docking. CNN International will simulcast the arrival later tonight.
Image of Victor Blackwell on 41 foot boat following the arrival of the ship
Image of David Mattingly at the port in Mobile, AL where the passengers will disembark
Image of Martin Savidge at the port in Mobile, AL where the passengers will disembark
Image of Sandra Endo from a helicopter flying over the cruise ship.
Exclusive CNN VIDEO: Cell phone video from passenger Megan Clemons-Foxall taken early Sunday morning when the fire started on Carnival’s Triumph. : http://on.cnn.com/UkueNp
VIDEO: Carnival passenger Slyvester Davis tells CNN’s Wolf Blitzer she asked her farther, “Since this was a botched graduation gift can we get another one – possibly a flight or a road trip?” http://on.cnn.com/UkubBfVessel nears port