Two people died aboard a cruise ship that docked this morning at Boston’s Black Falcon Terminal, State Police said.
State Police are at the scene of the Norwegian Cruise Line ship that docked at 6:30 a.m., State Police said in a statement.
Both of the passengers died separately on the ship on Thursday.
One of the passengers, 67-year-old woman, has been removed from the vessel. Preliminary reports indicate her death was not suspicious, State Police said.
The second death, that of a 23-year-old man, is being investigated. His cause of death was unknown and his cabin was being scrutinized by crime scene investigators.
State Police said no determination had been made that his death was suspicious, but they were treating it that way because of his age and the unknown cause of his death.
The Norwegian Cruise Lines public relations office didn’t immediately return a message seeking comment.
No further information was immediately available.