“Vessel Casualty Report gives details of vessels which have met with some casualty while carrying cargo from one Port to another and which may have resulted in (i) loss/damage to the cargo carried in the vessel or (ii) General Average Loss/Expenditure.
Please go through the Casualty Report and check whether your cargo had been carried in any of the vessels mentioned therein and check with your Cargo Handling Agents whether there is any loss/damage to your cargo. If yes, we can help you in arranging the survey and doing other formalities related to the Insurance Claim.
Even if there is no loss/damage to your cargo, there may be a General Average Loss/Expenditure incurred by other Cargo Owners /Shipping Co. for which the Shipping Company may send you notice demanding your share of loss. Similarly, in case your cargo is part of the General Average Loss, you need to recover the loss. In such events also, we can help you in completing the Insurance formalities”.
VESSEL CASUALTY No. 33 of 2017:
Vessel Destination: EUROPE
“DI ADONIS” – IMO: 9553206 – Flag: Panama – Type: Bulk Carrier
On December 2, 2017 the “DL Adonis” was disabled in the Baltic Sea, en route from Gdynia to Ust-Luga. The vessel was assisted by the tug “Fairplay 35” and pulled towards Gdansk for repairs.
“MV KENEUKAI” – IMO:8405086 – Flag: Indonesia – Type: General Cargo Ship
On December 8, the “Keneukai” sank on the Bandjarmasin anchorage in Kalimantan. At the time of the sinking the ship was loading cement close to the port of Trisakti Banjarmasin, 52.000 sacks with 2.500 tons of PT Conch which were bound to Java had already been loaded. By December 15 the ship was completed flooded.
Vessel Destination: ASIA
“KASRA-1” – IMO:8888848 – Flag: Iran – Type: General Cargo Ship
On December 12, the “Kasra 1” suffered a steering failure and lost control on the Volga-Caspian Sea Canal while proceeding towards the Caspian Sea. The ship dropped anchor to prevent other possible mishaps and remained moored on the following morning. The vessel, loaded with cargo of steel and timber, was en route from Astrakhan to Enzeli.
“SEA LEADER” – IMO:9363998 – Flag: Malta – Type: General Cargo Ship // “SVL UNITY” – IMO:9655470 – Flag: Russia – Type: Tanker
On December 13, the “Sea Leader” allided with the berthed tanker “SVL Unity” while unmooring at Kavkaz port. Both vessels sustained slight damages. On the following day, both ships remained moored at Kavkaz anchorage in the Kerch Strait. The “Sea Leader” loaded with 4316 tons of sunflower cake, bound for Izmir. The “SCL Unity” had arrived at Kavkaz port with a cargo of diesel oil.
“DYTHAR” – Callsign:PG2132 – Flag: Netherlands – Type: General Cargo Ship
On December 15, the “Dythar” loaded with 100 tons gravel and bound from Liege to Nijkerk, drifted perpendicular to the fairway of the Juliana Canal in Limburg near Steven sweert. She had suffered rudder failure before and drifted aground on both canal sides. Ship traffic had to be stopped on the canal. The ship suffered a leak in the foreship and water ingress.