Norwegian Cruise Liner
The cruise ship of the Norwegian Cruise Line 'Norwegian Dawn" (L) departs the Royal Naval Dockyard July 16, 2013 near the port of Hamilton, Bermuda. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

A Norwegian Cruise Liner, which departed from Boston, ran aground after departing King's Wharf, Bermuda on 19 May, the company announced. The Norwegian Dawn "temporarily lost power," which affected the ship's propulsion and caused it to make contact with the channel bed.

The company said all guests and crew are safe. The ship has since regained full power and resumed onboard services, the company stated. "The ship's team is currently assessing the situation and we will provide more information as it becomes available," the company said in its statement.

According to ABC News, the ship has 2,675 passengers and 1,062 crew members.

The US Coast Guard spokesperson said it received a report that the ship had run aground, but that no injuries or reports of gas fuel leakage had been made. The spokesperson told ABC News that a tug boat and drivers were on their way to assess the situation.