The view from the deck: Photos from onboard the stalled ferry Tacoma | SLIDESHOW

The ferry MV Tacoma docked at Bainbridge Island with the help of two tugboats approximately two hours later than anticipated Tuesday afternoon, after losing propulsion power during the 12:20 p.m. sailing from Seattle.

According to officials on the stalled boat, this was the first time a Washington State ferry has ever been stranded in such a way.

Review photographer Luciano Marano was (luckily?) on board the stranded vessel and able to document the historic mishap firsthand. Check out his favorite pictures here.

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