Two dead bodies were aboard a Norwegian cruise ship that docked in Boston, Mass., early Friday morning after the passengers died during the cruise.

One of the deceased passengers -- whose names haven't yet been released -- was a 23-year-old man from Littleton, N.H. The young man reportedly died in his cabin and the death is now being investigated.

Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley told Fox News there was no early indications of foul play, though Mass Live reports that State Police are treating the death as potentially suspicious due to the age of the deceased.

A 67-year-old woman from Tiverton, R.I., also died, reportedly of a medical condition. Preliminary reports indicate her death is not suspicious and she has been removed from the ship, said David Procopio, public information officer for the Massachusetts State Police.

The deaths, both which reportedly occured on Thursday, don't appear to be connected.

The cruise ship docked in Cruiseport Boston's Falcon Terminal, but the cruise itinerary isn't yet known.