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Princess of the Stars


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Sulpicio Lines, the owner of Princess of the Stars, said it did not know it was carrying 400 boxes of endosulfan bound for a Del Monte pineapple plantation in the southern Philippines.

Sulpicio Lines, which owns the Princess of the Stars, also owned the Dona Paz.

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Sulpicio Lines, the owner of the MV Princess of Stars, put the number of people missing to 845 after discovering an extra 100 passengers on the ship's manifest.

JTWC issued their warning every 6 hours with their subsequent warnings (June 20, 2008 (1800) - Warning 10 (wp072008.08062012); June 21, 2008 (0000) - Warning 11 (wp072008.0806210); June 21, 2008 (0600) - Warning 12 (wp072008.08062100)) being significant also to forewarn PAGASA, Coast Guard, Sulpicio Lines and Marina of the typhoon's path.
Obviously, Sulpicio Lines will defend itself by saying, which I believe they are now claiming, that it was the captain's call, i.e., to sail or not not to sail, but that kind of line is hardly morally defensible particularly in light of the missing captain whose story we have yet to hear, i.e., pressure from the bosses? — the fact that the ship conked out a few hours after leaving port points to potentially poor maintenance of the vessel and THAT IS THEIR CALL!

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Sulpicio accused of deceiving ferry victims' kin

> MANILA -- Sulpicio Lines could be in bigger trouble if proven that it is behind the deployment of persons urging the families of ferry tragedy victims to give them a blank Special Power of Attorney (SPA) to collect from the shipping company.
Sulpicio is the owner of the ill-fated MV Princess of the Stars, which sank on June 21 off Sibuyan Island in Romblon Province.
PAO chief Persida Rueda Acosta earlier said that some of the complainants were being coerced by Sulpicio to sign blank SPA forms without identifying the lawyers who will be representing the claimants.
Justice Secretary Gonzalez said that if the SPAs were indeed a ploy of Sulpicio to evade payment of compensation, they could be in bad faith and would reflect in any future case for damages that may be filed against them.
He added that lawyers who are negotiating with the victims' families to sign SPAs also run the risk of being charged with malpractice and violation of legal ethics tenets.
The justice secretary meantime said it is not in the best interest of the country for the government to totally stop the operations of Sulpicio as it could have a serious economic effect.
The shipping industry earlier informed the government that taking over the shipping company would paralyze cargo operations.
Under emergencies, the government may take over the firm as it was duly backed by congressional authority to do so under Republic Act (RA) 9295, or the Domestic Shipping Law.
"The President doesn't want to run private businesses as much as possible, but for safety purposes we will start only with the cargo vessels of Sulpicio because there is a serious danger that without the ships of Sulpicio, we will run short of shipping to carry cargo," he said.

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Sulpicio Lines, the owner of Princess of the Stars reported that it did not know the ship had been carrying pesticides.

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Sulpicio Lines, the owner of Princess of the Stars, offered to fly one family member per victim to Manila from Cebu, where the ship was meant to dock, to help identify recovered bodies.

The government has ordered a review of maritime regulations and suspended Sulpicio's passenger ferry operations pending inspection.
Caparoso told IRIN that Sulpicio Lines had promised to inform them of any updates on survivors or fatalities but they had had no news.
Alma Rosales, whose mother was a passenger, told IRIN outside Sulpicio's main office in Cebu: "We've been going back and forth hoping to identify my mother's body.
Sulpicio has been involved in four major maritime disasters, including the 1988 Dona Paz ferry tragedy that claimed more than 4,000 lives - the worst peacetime sea disaster in the world.
In the 1988 Dona Paz incident, Sulpicio Lines was only ordered to pay the family of one victim P14 million ($381,181), based on court documents.

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