A cruise ship sails into Hong Kong. After facilitating crew changes for cargo ships, the Hong Kong government must allow the same for passenger ships, many of which have been drifting around for months without passengers. Photo: Shutterstock A cruise ship sails into Hong Kong. After facilitating crew changes for cargo ships, the Hong Kong government must allow the same for passenger ships, many of which have been drifting around for months without passengers. Photo: Shutterstock
A cruise ship sails into Hong Kong. After facilitating crew changes for cargo ships, the Hong Kong government must allow the same for passenger ships, many of which have been drifting around for months without passengers. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | Time for Hong Kong to allow crew changes for passenger ships as well

Topic |   Transport and logistics
A cruise ship sails into Hong Kong. After facilitating crew changes for cargo ships, the Hong Kong government must allow the same for passenger ships, many of which have been drifting around for months without passengers. Photo: Shutterstock A cruise ship sails into Hong Kong. After facilitating crew changes for cargo ships, the Hong Kong government must allow the same for passenger ships, many of which have been drifting around for months without passengers. Photo: Shutterstock
A cruise ship sails into Hong Kong. After facilitating crew changes for cargo ships, the Hong Kong government must allow the same for passenger ships, many of which have been drifting around for months without passengers. Photo: Shutterstock
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