RM15.5mil on maintenance, says AG


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  • Tuesday, 07 May 2019

PETALING JAYA: About RM15.5mil was spent on maintaining super­yacht Equanimity from August last year until its delivery to Genting Malaysia Bhd last month, says Attorney General Tommy Thomas.

Thomas said about RM407,000 was spent on berthing charges, bet­ween August and November 2018, when the Equanimity was docked at the Boustead Cruise Centre, Port Klang, before it was moved to the Naval Base in Langkawi for free.

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