The National Transportation Safety Board will hold a public Board meeting Thursday, January 10, at 9:30 a.m., in its Board Room and Conference Center, 429 L'Enfant Plaza, S.W., Washington, D.C. There is one item on the agenda. The Board will consider a final report on the following accident: On July 18, 2006, the cruise ship Crown Princess, which had been in service about a month, departed Port Canaveral, Florida, for Brooklyn, New York, its last port on a 10-day round trip voyage to the Caribbean. Slightly more than an hour after departing, while on a heading to intersect its track to Brooklyn, the vessel's automatic steering system began a turn to port. During efforts by the crew to counter the effects of a perceived high rate of turn, the vessel heeled to a maximum angle of about 24 degrees to starboard. The heeling caused people to be thrown about or struck by unsecured objects, resulting in injuries to 298 passengers and crewmembers. The vessel incurred no damage to its structure but sustained considerable damage to unsecured interior components, cabinets, and their contents.