HYANNIS (CBS) — Hy-line Ferry service was shut down Tuesday after ‘The Martha’ began taking on water.

According to Philip Scudder, vice president of marketing for Hy-Line, a problem with a water jet in the port hull caused water to come into the vessel.

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Thirteen people were onboard at the time, Scudder said.

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“The Martha” was forced to return to port at Hyannis harbor for repairs.

Scudder said Tuesday afternoon, the ferry was temporarily repaired and would be taken to a shipyard for more repairs.

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Trips between Hyannis and Martha’s Vineyard were canceled Tuesday.