TISBURY, Mass. (AP) — A stranded ferry off the shore of Martha’s Vineyard carrying dozens of people has been towed to safety.

The Cape Cod Times reports the Ava Pearl lost propulsion a quarter-mile from shore Sunday. The Ava Pearl makes seasonal trips from Rhode Island to Martha’s Vineyard.

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The U.S. Coast Guard says the boat was towed with 75 people on board, and that no injuries were reported.

A Rhode Island-based ferry was stranded off of Martha’s Vineyard (Photo Courtesy: Maria Metters)

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The Ava Pearl is owned by Martha’s Vineyard Fast Ferry, a North Kingstown, Rhode Island, company that runs the service from that town.

The tug boat brought the Ava Pearl to a port in Tisbury.

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