Cruise ship that hit Southeast iceberg arrives in Seattle for repairs

    A Las Vegas family saw and recorded their cruse ship hitting an iceberg in Alaskan waters. (AP photo)

    Seattle (AP) - A cruise ship that struck an iceberg in Southeast Alaska has docked in Seattle for repairs.

    The Norwegian Sun hit part of an iceberg on Saturday near Hubbard Glacier.

    The ship was turned around to Juneau, where it underwent inspection.

    It was cleared to travel at lower speeds to Seattle by authorities.

    It arrived early morning Thursday.

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