The remains of My Song will bring to Palma

The largest British transport company Peters & May has circulated a new press release in connection with the fall in the sea from the deck of the cargo ship MV Brattinsborg 130-foot (39.6 m) mega yacht My Song.

Recall, the boat crashed into the Mediterranean sea during a violent storm early morning of may 26. MV Brattinsborg this moment was going to Genoa.

In its new press release from Peters & May reports that the rescue operation was entrusted to MCS Marine Claim Services Germany. What is left of My Song, will arrive in Palma.

As you know, in a previous press release from Peters & May indicated that the cause of the fall of the yacht overboard was the destruction on the road from Palma to Genoa of cellblock (“belonging to the yacht supplied for transportation and storage of yachts and collected by the crew of the yacht”). Now the British about the data recalled (since they relieve the carrier from liability for the incident) and added that the broken keel blocks dismantled, and carefully examined.

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