MV Mark Twain Given Green Light

Friday, October 21, 2005
The MV Mark Twain is sailing the high seas again. The Department of Maritime Affairs has informed the general public that the MV Mark Twain had been cleared to resume its regular ferry schedule between St. Kitts and Nevis as of yesterday. The MV Mark Twain, which was detained by the department on 10 Oct., to rectify outstanding safety deficiencies, has corrected those deficiencies and has been declared safe to recommence its service. According to the Department of Maritime Affairs, all regulations to ensure the safety of passengers will be enforced on all vessels operating in the coastal waters of St. Kitts and Nevis. by Corliss Smithen

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