By Vy An  July 29, 2018 | 03:11 pm GMT+7 Authorities are investigating how a Spanish family was cheated into booking a Ha Long Bay cruise on a vessel no longer in service. A Spanish couple and their three children were stranded at the Tuan Chau Wharf on Thursday after they found that the vessel they’d booked for an overnight cruise on the Ha Long Bay had not been in service for several years. The booking was made in March on Expedia.es, which collected $746 for a two-night tour on the Paragon Legend. Some cruise ship owners at the wharf said the Paragon Legend had stopped operating in the bay several years ago. The management board of the bay also confirmed that there was no ship with that name active in the bay. On learning of the family’s plight, the owner of the Pelican cruise decided to offer the Spanish family a free two-day-one-night tour of the world famous bay. A local cruise ship owner offers a free two-day-one-night trip for the Spanish family on his Pelican cruise ship. Photo by Lighthouse Vu Ho Quang Huy, vice chairman of Ha Long City, said local authorities are investigating the incident. He said… Read full this story
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