Judge Beth Bloom from the Southern District Court of Florida has once again dismissed a lawsuit against a cruise ship company under Title III of the extraterritorial Helms-Burton Act.
On this occasion, the plaintiff was Norwegian Cruise Line. Since last May, the company has been the target of a claim by Javier Garcia, who claims to be the owner of the port of Santiago de Cuba.
This past Monday, the judge rejected a similar accusation against MSC Cruisers.
Starting last June, the White House banned the entry of cruise ships to ports on the island, as part of a new package of restrictions on travel to Cuba.
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