MSC Says It Will Pony Up to Avoid General Average in Maersk Elba Fire
MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company is taking the unusual step of covering costs related to the fire on board the Maersk Elba in order to avoid General Average. The Maersk Elba...
The cruise liner Costa Concordia is seen at Giglio harbour, Giglio Island July 13, 2014. Italian authorities gave the green light to refloating the wrecked Costa Concordia cruise ship on Saturday, setting the stage for the next step in the largest maritime salvage in history to begin on Monday morning. The defunct luxury liner is due to depart Giglio on July 21, two and a half years after it struck a reef while performing a display manoeuvre to move close to shore and “salute” the port. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY – Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MARITIME)
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