Ship’s owners to pay for Mona Lisa incident


The expenses for transporting the passengers of the stranded cruise vessel Mona Lisa and pulling it away from the sandbank will be paid for by its owners. Latvia will not pay a santim for moving the ship and evacuating the passengers; the owners and insurers of the cruise liner will cover the expenses. The passengers will also receive compensation from the ship’s owners. According to the media, tugging the ship out of the shallows, which happened a couple of days after the incident, could cost a million euros.

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