MV Princess Danae arrested and released over unpaid fuel bill

The Dublin High Court has ordered the arrest and detention of a cruise ship that arrived in the Irish city last month.

The 1955-built MV Princess Danae, which has a capacity to carry more than 800 passengers and crew, has been detained arising out of an alleged failure by its owners to pay an outstanding fuel bill of $94,000.

The cruise ship was subsequently permitted to sail from Dublin Port after the High Court was informed that the parties had come to an agreement over the disputed fuel bill.

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