Details of ships that we detained in Australian ports during October 2017.
Number of foreign ships inspected: 193Number of deficiencies found: 538Number of foreign ships detained: 19
Number of Australian ships inspected: 8Number of deficiencies found: 9Number of Australian ships detained: 0
Antigua and Barbuda
The safety management system as implemented onboard does not make sure that critical shipboard operations have been implemented effectively as evidenced by nautical charts showing that the vessel position has not been fixed for 4 hours during transit through the Great Barrier Reef.
The safety management system as implemented onboard does not make sure that:
The safety management system onboard does not make sure that safe navigation is being conducted and the ship complies with STCW requirements and International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972 (COLREGs).
This Western Australias evidenced by the:
The safety management system as implemented onboard does not make sure that the vessel can effectively respond to hazards, accidents and emergency situations as evidenced by:
The safety management system as implemented onboard has failed to make sure that the vessel can respond to an emergency as evidenced by:
Hong Kong, China
The China Navigation Co Ltd, Singapore
Rickmers Shipmanagement (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Singapore
Ballast tank air vent heads have holes and heavily corroded in several places including critical locations:
Fire main isolation valve inoperative.
Hatch covers 1 to 9 port and starboard have numerous sections of panel side packing detached. Excessive gaps and rubber seals missing and panel edge gaskets heavily gouged as evidenced by:
The safety management system as implemented onboard does not make sure that the ship:
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