Good Life Tour’s Good Life, which is owned by the same group that owns the world’s most expensive cruise liner, the Grand Floridian, has been on a slow tour since March.
It was scheduled to depart Miami on June 7.
However, on Wednesday, the cruise line said that due to technical problems, the ship’s safety inspection would not be completed until June 9, which it said would be “incredibly challenging.”
“Due to unforeseen technical difficulties, Good Life is now off the road,” the cruise ship operator said in a statement.
“This will require us to temporarily suspend all operations.”
In the meantime, the Good Life will sail to Florida and then to Charleston, South Carolina, where the cruise liner is being refitted.
The cruise ship is also being modified to take on passengers, with some seats being taken out of the ship and some seats taken in, according to the company.
The company said it was doing all it could to minimize the disruptions caused by the repair work.
The ship is scheduled to arrive in Charleston on Thursday, June 11.
The Good Life tour ship in Florida is being towed away from the port of Miami to Charleston.
Astonish video shows Good Life cruise ship being towed back to port in Florida.
A new lifeboat is being built in Charleston, SC.
The cruise ship was on its maiden voyage in March and the cruise company said that the cruise ships previous two voyages were canceled due to weather.
The last cruise ship to be shut down was the Grand St. Francis in October.
The Grand Floridan was a $5.5 billion luxury cruise ship owned by Seabank in 2007 and 2008.
The Florida-based company owns the Grand Princess, a $9.6 billion luxury liner.
The Costa Cruises line is also owned by a group of private individuals.
The ships total operating cost is $1.5 trillion.