Dublin's Viking Splash Tours Faces Liquidation, But Owners Hope It Will Be Saved By Buyers
Dublin's Viking Splash Tours is facing liquidation later this month, however, its owners are hoping that it will be saved by buyers.
As reported by The Irish Times, the amphibious-vehicle tour of Dublin has not operated since March due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, and companies behind the business including Duk Tours Ltd will hold creditors' meetings on November 26, according to notifications published on Thursday November 12.
The companies have nominated Jim Luby of McStay Luby Chartered Accountants as liquidator.
It is understood by The Irish Times that potential buyers have expressed interests in the companies' assets and business, which has prompted hopes that Viking Splash Tours can be saved.
Viking Splash Tours, the directors of which are brothers Des and Fergal Rogers, employed approximately 30 people when it halted its operations in March.
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