Although Sandy has been known to fume at the crew on a number of occasions, this particular rant took Hannah completely by surprise. She continued: “And so I think you can even see on my face when I went up to the
After a meeting with her counterpart in Paris on Monday, French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin, Priti Patel released a “joint statement” highlighting France and the UK agreed to continue the work they’ve started after signing a £54m deal in July 2021. The
Bravo’s chaotic sailing series returned for another charter last month, and Captain Lee and the My Seanna crew have already met the passengers from hell. The Below Deck mainstay updated his long-running blog after the dust settled last week, and had some
After Michael went to sleep, Justin proceeded to have an argument with another guest, Terri Augustyn, who was also very drunk. She labelled him a “j*****s because he insisted on having dinner on the swim platform. “I’m going to f*****g kill him,”
Hannah later made a surprising revelation and shared: “I found out afterward, they’d taken it all off the boat.” “They knew obviously that we were filming, so they didn’t want us to go and trash everything,” Hannah continued, “They took everything off
David Smith, who had a “terrifying” encounter with an orca in Portugal in October 2020, told the BBC: “I don’t frighten easily and this was terrifying. “I looked at this animal and it was jet black and brilliant white. It was continuous.
Scottish-registered scallop dredger Cornelis Gert Jan left Le Havre on Wednesday evening, having been held there since last week after French authorities accused it of fishing in the country’s waters without a proper licence. The blue, white and red trawler left the
After deliberating this afternoon, the appeal court threw out the French authority’s demand for the boat to be held until the bond had been paid, the Telegraph reports. The boat is now allowed to leave immediately without having to pay any fine.
Balearic officials have said that cruise ships are causing high levels of pollution and ruining protected marine life in the region. Limits would impact the number and the size of cruise ships permitted. A report released by the Balearic Government asked the
France fishing row: Expert calls on EU to ‘sort’ issue French prosecutors and the Nortmnady port have stated they will keep hold of the vessel ‘subject to legal negotiations’ and are seeking a £125,000 deposit before its release. The British vessel was