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Houthi militia holding 10 vessels in Port of Hodeidah

In its latest Yemen ports update, the Swedish Club informed that Huthi militia is holding 10 oil and commercial vessels in the port of Hodeidah, preventing them from unloading their cargo, while some ships have been detained for nearly 6 months, according to the head of the Higher Relief Committee.

Oil tanker detained for illegal STS transfer in Malaysian port

A tanker was detained in the morning hours of 3 October while conducting illegal ship-to-ship (STS) fuel transfer at the Tanjung Pelepas Port, for failing to obtain permit for the activity from the Marine Department director, under the Section 491B (1)(k) of the Merchant Shipping Ordinance 1952. 

Tanker found with 150kg of cocaine to its hull

Venezuelan national Guard confirmed the seizure of almost 150 kg of cocaine onboard the Panamanian-flagged tanker ‘Jose Progress’, during a routine inspection at the docks of José Antonio Anzoátegui Petrochemical Complex. The tanker and the 20 crewmen onboard are detained. 

Russia calls on South Korea to release detained sanctioned tanker

Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has summoned South Korea’s ambassador in Moscow and demanded that Seoul allow a Russian vessel to leave South Korea’s port of Busan. The vessel, named ‘Sevastopol’, was one of six Russian-flagged vessels targeted by United States sanctions in August.

Foreign-flagged ships detained in UK during August

The UK MCA announced that eight foreign-flagged ships were under detention in UK ports during August 2018, after failing PSC inspection. From these, there were five new detentions of foreign flagged vessels in a UK port, while three vessels remained under detention from previous months.

Maersk ship detained in Tunisia over ‘Maersk Honam’ claims

Maersk, the world’s largest container shipping company, has confirmed that one of its ships was detained in the Port of Sfax, Tunisia, on 10 September over an insurance dispute related to the major ‘Maersk Honam’ fire incident back in March 2018. 

42 ships under detention in Paris MoU in August

The Paris MoU issued an updated list with the ships detained in the Paris MoU region during August, citing a total of 42 ships. The number of times a ship has been detained during a 24 month period is because of the NIR (New Inspection Regime) now a 36 month period and is included in the list.

Crew was beaten on the first fishing vessel detained under ILO

EJF urged the Taiwanese government to review its fisheries law after it documented gross human rights violations aboard a Taiwanese vessel, which became the first in the world to be detained over the summer for violating new international standards of decent work in fishing. 

Malaysia detains vessels for alleged illegal fuel transfer

The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency’s detained a tanker ship along with a fishing vessel, after suspicions that they were conducting illegal ship-to-ship (STS) fuel transfer. If found guilty, the ship owners could face a fine which could reach RM100,000 and two years’ jail.

Tanker refused access to Paris MoU region

The Tanzanian-flagged oil products tanker ‘Rawan’ was detained in Port of Limassol, Cyprus, on 23 April 2018, and left the port on 25 July, but failed to call at the repair yard in Alexandria, Egypt as agreed, Paris MoU informed.

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