The captain of a Lithuanian-owned general cargo vessel has been fined DKK 10,000 ($1,300) in Denmark due to a double grounding.
ore specifically, the Latvia-flag Troubadour got stuck twice on October 19, near the Ramso lighthouse en route to Nakskov.
After that, a duty officer at the Defence Operations Centre told that an environmental response ship went to the scene to check for the possibility of any pollution.
According to information, the ship reportedly grounded to the south of the lighthouse.
However, the ship got grounded again, while the ship hit two buoys during the incidents, and the master reported the events to the authorities.
As a result, the received a fine of DKK 10,000 ($1,300) because of this delay.