Carnival Cruise Lines, who last month had passengers stranded on a ship without power for days after a fire broke out on board, now has to fly passengers home from St. Maarten due to a generator problem on another one of their ships.

On Wednesday, when the Carnival Dream lost power, the toilets stopped working and anxious guests were forbidden to leave the ship – even though it was thankfully docked in Phillipsburg, St. Maarten in the Caribbean. Power has since been restored and the toilets are back in order, but the ship is unable to continue the cruise, according to CNN.

"During regularly scheduled testing of the ship's emergency diesel generator, a malfunction occurred," Carnival said in a statement.

"While personnel continue to work on the technical issue we are making arrangements to fly all guests home via private charter flights and scheduled flights from St. Maarten. Guests on the current voyage will receive a refund equivalent to three days of the voyage and 50 percent off a future cruise.

"We are also canceling the ship's next voyage which is scheduled to depart on Saturday, March 16."

While Carnival schedules flights for its stranded passengers, they can now leave the ship and spend some extra time in St. Maarten, according to Fox News.

On the same day of this recent Carnival Cruise line disaster, 17 Texans filed lawsuits against the cruise line for their experience on board the ill-fated Triumph that suffered a fire last month, according to the Dallas Morning News. Their suit comes just three weeks after a class-action was filed in Florida for the incident. Within the official lawsuit, the plaintiffs recounted the horrifying experience of being stranded for days on the cruise ship in rich and shocking detail.

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