BOSTON — The Latest on a disabled cruise ship off the Massachusetts coast (all times local):

9:55 p.m.

The U.S. Coast Guard says a cruise ship that became disabled off the Massachusetts coast cannot leave Newport, Rhode Island, until it is inspected.

The Coast Guard tweeted Friday night that it has ordered the Star Pride not to leave until Coast Guard officials inspect it.

Capt. Chris Glander said the inspection "will ensure the safety of the passengers and crew" before they continue on to Manhattan.

The Star Pride, carrying 351 people, became stranded Friday afternoon in Buzzards Bay between Woods Hole and Martha's Vineyard.

No injuries were reported.

At about 4:40 p.m. the Coast Guard tweeted that the 376-foot cruise ship was anchored and holding and that commercial tugboats were on the way.

The company that owns it later said the vessel had regained power and was expected to continue on its way to New York.

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8 p.m.

The company that owns a cruise ship that became disabled off the Massachusetts coast says the vessel has regained power and is expected to continue on its way to New York.

The Star Pride carrying 351 people became stranded at about 3:15 p.m. Friday in Buzzards Bay between Woods Hole and Martha's Vineyard.

No injuries were reported.

The US Coast Guard responded. At about 4:40 p.m. the Coast Guard tweeted that the 376-foot cruise ship was anchored and holding and that commercial tugboats were on the way.

Just after 5:30 p.m., the Coast Guard tweeted that the ship had regained power.

The ship is on a 17-day cruise from Reykjavik to New York. Windstar Cruises, which operates the Star Pride, said they expect the ship to resume the cruise.

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6:20 p.m.

The US Coast Guard is responding to a disabled cruise ship with 350 people onboard.

The ship became stranded at about 3:15 p.m. Friday in Buzzards Bay between Woods Hole and Martha's Vineyard off the Massachusetts coast.

There were no injuries reported.

The Coast Guard said in a tweet at about 4:40 p.m. that the "376-foot cruise ship Star Pride is anchored and holding" and that commercial tugboats were on the way. The cause of the loss of power was not immediately known.

Just after 5:30 p.m., the Coast Guard tweeted out an update saying "The cruise ship Star Pride has regained power but is not pulling anchor. No injuries are reported. Security zone is still in place."

A helicopter from Air Station Cape Cod also responded to the scene.