Container Ship Arrested in Singapore

by Ship & Bunker News Team
Monday March 29, 2021

A 2001-built container ship was detained in the southeast Asian shipping and bunkering hub of Singapore late last week, court records show.

The Marivia, a 30,000 deadweight tonnage box ship, is controlled by German shipping interests and sails under the Liberian flag, according to ship database equasis.

The reasons behind the arrest of the are unclear but are likely to do with disputes over payments for goods and services.

The ship was arrested in the port city on the evening of March 25 by local law firm Rajan & Tann.  It is currently docked at the Pasir Jantang container terminal, the records show.