A bulk carrier, Tina, has been arrested in Singapore Tuesday evening, Singapore’s Supreme Court website showed.
Local law firm Haridass Ho & Partners arrested the 75,933 dwt vessel at 6.30 pm local time Tuesday.
Shipping databases showed that the vessel’s registered owner as Athens-based Oceanfront Maritime Co. Ltd, and its group owner as Athenian Ship Management Inc., also based in Athens, Greece.
When contacted, Oceanfront Maritime confirmed that the vessel was arrested Tuesday and that the arrest was over matters concerning bunker fuel.
The vessel is currently at Singapore’s Eastern Anchorage.
Published: 12 September, 2018
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