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Who is to blame for use of illegal fuel?

A Marseille court fined the ship's captain, but the focus should be on non-compliant companies, not the hapless seafarer caught in the middle

IN NOVEMBER last year, the US master of the cruise ship Azura, owned by Carnival Corp subsidiary P&O Cruises, was fined 100,000 euros (S$154,500) by a court in Marseilles.

The prosecution related to a spot check on the Azura in March 2018 when it was found to be using heavy fuel oil...

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