In the early hours of Sunday morning, a shipwrecked cruise ship in the Atlantic Ocean washed up dead.
The wreck was discovered by the ship’s captain and crew members at about 5:30 a.m. local time (1:30 p.m., EST), according to the Coast Guard.
The vessel is about 15,000 tons (26,000 metric tons) and is reportedly owned by the Royal Caribbean Cruises company.
The captain and the crew members had gone to the beach to go swimming.
The crew members found the shipwreck when they returned to shore, according to a statement from the Royal Navy.
The ship was discovered on Sunday morning.
The Coast Guard has not yet released any details about the incident, and the ship has not been found.
However, a report from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says that the ship sank after the collision, and there were no survivors.
This is the first known fatality involving a cruise-ship collision in the United States.
In October 2016, a container ship off the coast of South Carolina sank, killing 17 people and injuring another 70.
The container ship, the Costa Concordia, was carrying about 8,300 tons (14,400 metric tons).
The Costa Concordian was carrying nearly 6,000 people and was operating for the French-owned Carnival Group.
The Costa was carrying more than 1,000 passengers when it struck the rocks and sank, according the Associated Press.
The cruise ship was headed to St. Thomas, Louisiana, from San Francisco, California.
Costa said at the time that the accident was the first reported fatality of a cruise vessel in the U