Which cruise ship is cruising at a cruise control speed?
On June 2, the U.S. Coast Guard launched a search for a suspected rogue cruise ship.
The vessel was not carrying passengers or cargo, but the Coast Guard said it was heading for the U-turn.
The Coast Guard is not authorized to search for the ship, which is owned by a Canadian company, but it said it did a detailed search of the area near Port of Mobile.
The search did not find the vessel.
The ship was identified as the UCAV.
Coast guard officials say it was cruising at an estimated speed of around 20 knots when it began heading toward the U of T. It was about 1,000 feet (305 meters) from the coast.
The crew reported that they saw a large, white light.
Coast guards search area near port of Mobile, Alabama, where a suspected ship carrying passengers has been seen.
The coast guard is searching the waters around the Port of Birmingham.
They said the ship is believed to be about 10,000 to 15,000 tons.
The UCAv was last seen on July 24, 2017, heading toward Jacksonville, Florida.
The agency said it could not confirm if the ship had any passengers or crew members.