Ronen v. Mano Maritime

A passenger on a cruise ship sued the cruise operators for violation of the smoke free law by not enforcing the prohibition of smoking on the ship. By consent, the cruise company agreed to add to all passengers’ contract terms a warning regarding smoking during the cruise and to compensate the plaintiff. The court did not conclude whether the Israeli smoke free law applied to foreign flag ships in international waters.


Ronen v. Mano Maritime, CLA 17988-04-13, Haifa District Court (2013)

  • Israel
  • Dec 24, 2013


Plaintiff Dr. Ayala Ronen

Defendant Mano Maritime, Ltd.

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