Vessels released. File image/Pixabay.
Two liquified petroleum gas (LPG) carriers arrested in Singapore last week have been released.
The vessels, which are both controlled by China-based Kunlun Holdings, were detained over the non-payment of mortgage claims, according to maritime news provider Lloyd's List.
The claims emanated from German ship finance house Nord L/B.
The ships, Gas Infinity and Sea Dragon, were released on payment of the outstanding amounts, the report said.