Marina Orders All Sulpicio Ships Grounded

Monday, June 23, 2008

The Cebu Daily News reported that all Sulpicio Lines vessels nationwide were ordered grounded by the Maritime Authority (Marina) following the sinking of the MV Princess of the Stars.
A memorandum was issued by Administrator Vicente Sauso for personnel to inspect all Sulpicio Lines vessels to check whether they have lashing gears and have complied with cargo securing manuals.
If the vessels fulfill requirements, they are allowed to sail.

Source:  Daily News

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