June 2, 2019
The remains of My Song will be delivered to Palma
The largest British transport company Peters & May issued a new press release in connection with the fall into the sea from the deck of the MV Brattinsborg cargo ship a 130-foot (39.6 m) megayacht My Song.
Recall that the yacht fell into the Mediterranean Sea during a strong storm in the early morning hours of May 26. MV Brattinsborg at that moment was heading for Genoa.
In a new press release, Peters & May reports that the rescue operation was entrusted to MCS Marine Claim Services Germany. What remains of My Song will be delivered to Palma.
As it is known, the previous press release of Peters & May indicated that the cause of the yacht’s fall overboard was the destruction of the keelblock on the way from Palma to Genoa (“owned by the yacht supplied with the yacht’s crew for transportation and storage”). Now the British have reminded of this data (since they remove the responsibility for the incident from the carrier) and added that the destroyed keelblock has been dismantled and is being carefully examined.
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