Cruise ship sinking off Argentina says the BBC. And “Passengers and crew have been rescued off Argentina from a cruise liner, which began sinking after it hit ice. The M/S Explorer ran into trouble near King George Island in the Antarctic Ocean, near the South Shetland Islands. Andy Cattrell, of the UK’s Falmouth Coastguard, told the BBC about 100 passengers and 54 crew members have been evacuated and are in lifeboats.”
I hope “rescued” isn’t too optimistic… they are still a long way from civilisation in small lifeboats.
[Update: everyone is now xferred to another ship, it seems. And the ship is variously reported as "going to sink", "listing 25 degrees" and "tilting 8 degrees" (a tilt is so much better than a list). But a pic from hampshire.net looks more like a list that a tilt :-). Meanwhile the hole in the hull varies from "fist sized" up to "10cm by 25cm"]