A yacht carrying about 100 passengers on an evening dinner cruise ran aground in New York Harbor Saturday night, officials say.
The 100-foot-long Hornblower Cruises vessel was in the Hudson River for a dinner cruise when the boat lost power and was brought ashore on Governor's Island at about 8 p.m., according cruise line.
The FDNY said they received a call at 10:19 p.m. reporting that a vessel had run aground.
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The cruise line said it ferried all 91 passengers to another boat and they finished their voyage before returning to a pier in Hudson River Park.
No one was injured, and the cruise line says no one was ever in danger.