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Singapore: Liberia-flagged bulk carrier “Mira” placed under Sheriff’s arrest

Ship was added to list of vessels under Sheriff’s arrest in Singapore’s court system and it is currently held at Sudong Special Purpose Anchorage; arrest was made on behalf of Oon & Bazul LLP.

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Singapore: Liberia-flagged bulk carrier “Mira” placed under Sheriff’s arrest

Liberia-flagged bulk carrier Mira was arrested in Singapore waters on Thursday (14 December). 

The 49,016 DWT vessel was added to the list of vessels under Sheriff’s arrest in Singapore’s court system. 

According to the list, the vessel was arrested at 2.52pm and the arresting solicitor listed was law firm Oon & Bazul LLP. The ship is currently held at the Sudong Special Purpose Anchorage. 

No details regarding the reason behind the arrest were provided in the list. 

Photo credit: MarineTraffic / Arfat Modak
Published: 18 December, 2023

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Vietnam: Fishing vessel TH-92237-TS arrested over 80,000 litres of illegal diesel oil

Ship first spotted being surround by several other wooden hull fishing boats at a location about 100 nautical miles southeast of Con Da on 7 June.

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The Vietnam Coast Guard on Saturday (8 June) said it arrested fishing vessel TH-92237-TS over the carriage of about 80,000 litres of illegal diesel oil.

It first spotted the vessel being surround by several other wooden hull fishing boats at a location about 100 nautical miles southeast of Con Da on 7 June.

The authority proceeded to inspect the vessel and found it to be transporting about 80,000 litres of diesel oil with no invoices or documents proving its legal origin.

Following, the coast guard conducted a record of administrative violations, established initial records, and sealed the violating goods.

It escorted the fishing vessel back to the port of Squadron 301 (in Vung Tau City) and handed it over to the Command of Coast Guard Region 3 for further investigation and handling in accordance with the provisions of law.

 

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Published: 13 June 2024

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Malaysia: MMEA detains Singapore tugboat, barge for illegal anchoring in Johor

Inspection found that both vessels from Singapore were suspected of committing offences for failing to report their arrival and anchoring without permission from Malaysian Marine Department Director.

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Malaysia: MMEA detains Singapore tugboat, barge for illegal anchoring in Johor

The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) on Tuesday (11 June) detained a Singapore-registered tugboat with a barge at approximately 3.5 nautical miles west of Pulau Harimau in Johor.

Mersing Zone MMEA director Maritime Commander Suhaizan Saadin said the tugboat and barge were apprehended at 11.00am by a MMEA patrol team during Ops Jaksa and Ops Tiris. 

“Inspection found that both vessels from Singapore were suspected of committing offences for failing to report their arrival and anchoring without permission from the Director of the Malaysian Marine Department,” he said. 

Investigation also revealed all seven crew members from both vessels were Indonesians, aged between 25 and 44 including the captain.

The detained vessels and crew were taken to Mersing Maritime Jetty to be handed over to MMEA investigators for investigation under the Merchant Shipping Ordinance 1952.

“MMEA will not compromise on any activities that are against the law and will always be committed in continuing operations and patrols along Malaysian Maritime Zone (ZMM) to curb illegal activities in the country's waters,” said Suhaizan.

 

Photo credit: Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency
Published: 12 June 2024

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Vietnam: Fishing vessel arrested over 200,000 litres of unknown origin diesel oil

Vietnam Coast Guard detained the ship with the number BT-99889-TS about 150 nautical miles southeast of Bo De estuary in Ca Mau province.

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Vietnam: Fishing vessel arrested over 200,000 litres of unknown origin diesel oil

The Vietnam Coast Guard on Tuesday (4 June) said it arrested a fishing vessel with the number BT-99889-TS about 150 nautical miles southeast of Bo De estuary in Ca Mau province.

The Coast Guard discovered the ship at 6.50 am on 2 June displaying several suspicious signs and ordered the fishing vessel to stop for administrative inspections.

Vietnam: Fishing vessel arrested over 200,000 litres of unknown origin diesel oil

An initial investigation found the ship, which had five members on board, to be transporting about 200,000 litres of diesel oil with no documents proving its legal origin.

As such, the authorities made a record of the administrative violations and escorted the vessel to Port Squadron 421 in Nam Can district in Ca Mau province for further investigations and handling in accordance with the law.

 

Photo credit: Vietnam Coast Guard
Published: 6 June 2024

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