The cruise ship that capsized off the California coast was carrying 4,000 people and 4,200 passengers when it ran aground at the mouth of the California Current last week.
The cruise line’s website said on Friday that it is working with local authorities to assess the extent of the damage and “implement a comprehensive plan for the future.”
The ship sank after colliding with a marina and overturned in the water, sending passengers fleeing in all directions, according to the Coast Guard.
Authorities are still trying to figure out exactly what happened to the vessel and its passengers.
Read more: The Coast Guard released photos of the wreck site and said there were no survivors.
The Coast Guard said that the vessel was traveling at about 35 knots and had been carrying passengers for about eight hours.
It said the vessel did not have any engines and that its captain and crew did not respond to the calls for help.
The ship was carrying about 1,500 passengers.
The Associated Press reported that there were about 50 survivors.