Following the sinking of the Palau-flagged freight ship Arvin, a new video captured from onboard cameras shows how the cargo vessel broke in two after a huge wave off Turkey’s Black Sea.
A Palau-flagged freight ship has sunk in the Black Sea, killing at least three crew members as Anadolu news agency reported.
With effect from 1st January 2021, Turkey has increased pollution fines under Turkish Environmental Law, according to data provided by North of England P&I Club.
Libyan militia released the Turkish-owned cargo ship MV Mabrooka on Thursday, following detention on 5 December off Derna. The release was allowed after reportedly paying a fine for entering Libyan waters without permission.
The European Union is about to set additional sanctions on Turkish individuals and companies responsible for drilling in contested waters in the Mediterranean, as Reuters news agency reported.
In the 7th edition of the European List of ship recycling facilities, the European Commission has four new yards to the List. These include notably two European yards, one in Denmark and Norway, and two more yards in Turkey.
Following the dispute between Greece and Turkey in regards to who has the right to exploit gas reserves in key areas of the Eastern Mediterranean, Greece and the EU declared that Turkey’s actions are illegal.
The Swedish Club launched a guide by Caglar Coskunsu at Cavus & Coskunsu Law Firm about salvage claims in Turkish Straits, in order to understand the claims in Turkish Straits, how the system is operated and who the salvors are should be known.
The video depicts the last moments of the famous cruise ship Monarch, which had once been among the first pioneering Sovereign class ships, introduced by Royal Caribbean International nearly 30 years ago.
Although there is no formal limitation or ban on the discharge of scrubber wash-water, environmental authorities in Turkey may fine the ship if the samples collected from the overboard discharge line is suspected to be a pollutant, the Standard P&I Club warned.
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