Greek ship owner has to pay $31 millions for oil spill

By Curious

The owners of the vessel part of the New Zealand's worst maritime disaster has to pay up to NZ$38m ($31 millions)
for the clean-up of the mess.
Money paid from New Zealand so far are nearly NZ$50 millions.
It's about the vessel Rena transporting 1368 containers ploughed into an offshore reef spewing a lot of toxic fuel oil. The spill killed a big number of sea birds.
Daina Shipping will pay NZ$27 million and more NZ$10 million if it decides to leave part of the wreck on the reef.
The ship's owner said that the company will take its part for the incident.
The captain of the ship was sentenced to 7 moths in jail for operating in a dangerous manner.