Genting cruise ships seized in Bahamas


(File pic: The cruise liner Crystal Symphony leaves the harbor in Charleston, S.C. on May, 21, 2013.) Scheduled to arrive in Miami on Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022, the ship, with hundreds of passengers aboard, was diverted to the Bahamas after a U.S. judge granted an order to seize the vessel as part of a lawsuit over unpaid fuel. - AP

HONG KONG: Two Crystal Cruises ships operating under a Genting Hong Kong Ltd unit have been seized in the Bahamas after a fuel supplier sought their arrest for US$4.6mil (RM19.25mil) in unpaid bills, according to a crew video and the Cruise Law News website.

The Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity were arrested late Friday night in Freeport in the Bahamas, according to Cruise Law News, a site run by Jim Walker, a maritime lawyer based in Florida who cited crew members on both ships for the information.

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