The U.S. Coast Guard says a cruise ship carrying 120 people ran aground Saturday in the Detroit River.
The Coast Guard says the 216-foot Yorktown ran aground about 8 p.m. south of Detroit, near Wyandotte.
The Coast Guard was called in to help. The ship was put back on course Sunday morning.
The Yorktown was built in Florida in 1988 specifically for coastal cruising and was renovated in 2009.
The ship's current route, called North America's Enchanting Seaway, follows the Great Lakes and ends in Quebec City having several ports of call along the way.