Global PSC Detentions – Q1 2022

This RISK4SEA Report about PSC detentions globally for the Q1 of 2022 includes ship type & age detention analysis, and top 10 common detainable deficiency codes.

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Ship Type & Age Detention Analysis (Q1 2022)
Ship Type & Age Detention Analysis (Q1 2022)
  • Containers below 16 years old marked 0 Detentions
  • Middle aged bulk carriers (11-15) marked 2 times the detentions of age group 20+
  • 5 Ships detained twice during Q1 2022
  1. General cargo BERK (YoB 1986) of Turkey based manager @ Poti, Georgia (11/01/2022) and Samsun, Turkey (18/02/2022)
  2. Container ship PROFESSOR B (YoB 1984) of Lebanon based manager @ Novorossiysk, Russia (15/02/2022) and Alexandria, Egypt (14/03/2022)
  3. Container Ship S.SANTIAGO (YoB 2006) of Greece based manager @ Ningbo, China (24/01/2022) and Brisbane, Australia (26/02/2022)
  4. General Cargo SKY FORTUNE (YoB 1994) of Hong Kong based manager @ Vuntau, Vietnam (10/01/2022) and Legaspi, Philippines (23/01/2022)
  5. Supramax Bulk Carrier SKYWALKER (YoB 2015) of Greece based manager @ Qingdao, China (10/01/2022) and Fraser-Surrey, Canada (10/02/2022)
Top 10 Most common Detainable Deficiency Codes (Q1 2022)

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