The Meravigli cruise ship has been hit by an iceberg in the Caribbean.
The cruise ship is owned by the French ship company Alenia Space.
The ship was set to dock in Nassau, Bahamas, on Sunday.
The Mer, which was originally scheduled to arrive on April 15, is currently undergoing repairs and has not been due to leave the port of St. Thomas, Bahamas.
The vessel is expected to make a port call on Wednesday.
The Alenias space company, which is based in St. Petersburg, Russia, is one of the largest cruise lines in the world, according to Forbes.
The company has operated ships around the world since 2001, including the USS Kidd and the SS Rio Grande.
The Aleniam ship is operated by Alenikis group of companies.
A statement from the French company said the vessel’s captain, Domenic Zola, and the ship’s engineer, Pascal Riberier, had been working for three days in the sea off the coast of Stony Brook, New York.
The crew received no injuries, the statement said.
According to CNN, the cruise ship had been carrying over 1,300 passengers and crew on Sunday, including 200 crew members.
According to the French newspaper Le Monde, the vessel had been in the Gulf of Mexico for nearly three months, but has been stuck at a dock in Stonybrook, New Jersey, for two weeks because of the weather.
The ship was carrying around 1,200 passengers and staff on Sunday and it is believed the ship could be at least one hundred percent full when the weather returns.