A Vietnam-flagged oil and chemical tanker was arrested in Singapore waters on Friday (10 March).
The 7,631 DWT vessel added to the list of vessels under Sheriff’s arrest in Singapore’s court system.
According to the list, the vessel was arrested at 11.15am and the arresting solicitor listed was law firm Resource Law LLC. The ship is currently held at Singapore’s Western Petroleum Anchorage.
No further details regarding the reason behind the arrest were provided in the list.
According to maritime analytics provider Marine Traffic, the vessel was built in 2008, 15 years ago.
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Published: 14 March, 2023
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