A Bahamas-flagged luxury cruise ship carrying 206 people ran aground in northwestern Greenland’s Alpefjord, known for its icebergs and musk oxen. The passengers and crew are reported to be safe. A Greenlandic government-owned fishing vessel is set to attempt to pull the stranded cruise ship free during a high tide. The cruise ship, MV Ocean Explorer, previously made two unsuccessful attempts to free itself. The incident occurred in a remote area of Greenland, with the closest settlement, Ittoqqortoormiit, being 240 kilometers (149 miles) away and the capital, Nuuk, nearly 1,400 kilometers (870 miles) distant.