The Paris MoU has issued its list of ship detentions for December 2019. The details of detentions are entered in the information system of the Paris MoU after the ship has been released. Due to technical issues, this list was not based on release date but on detention date.
Paris and Tokyo MoUs announced that the awareness among ships’ crews regarding the 2020 sulphur cap proved to be high, so emphasis is now placed on the fuel carriage ban requirements entering into force on 1st March 2020. Both Memoranda agreed that the requirements will be applied without exception.
In case an owner or operator declines to use the National appeal procedure but still wishes to complain about a detention decision, such a complaint should be sent to the flag State or the recognized organization (if authorized to act for the flag State), the Paris MoU informed.
The Paris MoU has issued its list of ship detentions for November 2019. The details of detentions are entered in the information system of the Paris MoU after the ship has been released. Due to technical issues this list was not based on release date but on detention date.
Paris MoU aspires to balance its inspections and their outcome in line with the upcoming 2020 sulphur cap; Yet, Carien Droppers, Deputy Secretary General at Paris MoU commented to BIMCO that the inspections often face challenges in ensuring that the results are identical in every port.
Paris MoU reports the ban of two vessels that both were flying under “black” flags based on the current Paris MoU WGB list; Both vessels mark the third and fourth detention in the Paris MoU region within the last 36 months.
The general cargo ship ‘Hak’ was detained in port Constanta, Romania, on 15 October 2019. This is its third detention in the Paris MoU region within the last 36 months, so the ship will be refused further access to any port and anchorage in the region for three months.
Paris MoU reports the detention of the vessel, M/V Regga, on October 3, 2019, marking its third detention in the last 36 months; The vessel is not allowed to enter or anchor any port within the Paris MoU region after flying under the flag Comoros.
The Paris MoU has issued its list of detentions for August 2019, containing information about ships detained in the region. The details of detentions are entered in the information system of the Paris MoU after the ship has been released.
The general cargo ship ‘MV Sara’ was detained in the Italian port Monfalcone on 3 September. This is the third detention in the Paris MoU region within the last 24 months. As this is the first refusal of access order, the period of the refusal of access will be 3 months.
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