During November, there were six new detentions of foreign flagged vessels in a UK port, while three vessels remained under detention from previous months. A total of four vessels remained under detention at the end of November.

New detentions

The Norway-flagged 'Hoegh Transporter' was detained on 2nd November 2018 at Tyne, after found with twelve deficiencies, including one ground for detention. This vessel was released on 6th November 2018.

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The Panama-flagged 'River Elbe' was detained on 5th November at Leith, after found with twenty-one deficiencies with five grounds for detention. This vessel was released on 14th November 2018.

The Marshall Islands-flagged 'Argyroula' was detained on 11th November at Hull, after found with eleven deficiencies with five grounds for detention. This vessel was released on 15th November 2018.

The Singapore-flagged 'MTM Hong Kong' was detained on 14th November at Hull, after found with eighteen deficiencies with two grounds for detention. This vessel was released on 16th November 2018.

The Singapore-flagged 'MTM Hong Kong' was detained on 14th November at Hull, after found with eighteen deficiencies with two grounds for detention. This vessel was released on 16th November 2018.

The Marshall Islands-flagged 'Aviator' was detained on 19th November at Warren Point, after found with twelve deficiencies with eight grounds for detention. This vessel was released on 22nd November 2018.

The Panama-flagged 'Frezya S' was detained on 19th November at Southampton, after found with seventeen deficiencies with six grounds for detention. This vessel was This vessel was still detained on 30th November 2018.

Detentions carried over from previous months

The Icelandic-flagged 'Poseidon', found with 10 deficiencies, two of which were detainable, was detained on 19th July 2018 at Hull. This vessel was still detained on 30th September 2018.

The Russian-flagged 'Tecoil Polaris' was detained on 6th June 2018 at Immingham, after found with 27 deficiencies with eight grounds for detention. This vessel was still detained on 30th September 2018.

The unregistered 'Cien Porciento' was detained on 4 March 2010 with 30 deficiencies, including seven grounds for detention. This vessel was still detained on 30th September 2018.