Norway demands compensation after salvage of Dutch ship

Norwegian authorities now demand compensation after the salvage of a Dutch multipurpose ship in the Norwegian Sea. The ship drifted for several days without crew.

Photo: Ntb/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

The Norwegian authorities have now demanded compensation of up to NOK 3 million (USD 358,000) through the Norwegian Coastal Administration after Dutch multipurpose ship Eemslift Hendrika was salvaged in the Norwegian Sea in early April.

The sum includes compensation to the Norwegian municipalities that were involved in the salvage work, according to Norwegian business daily Finansavisen.

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