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Detention numbers by port state control increased slightly in 2019

Maritime Risk International

Detention numbers by port state control increased slightly in 2019

The number of ships registered with Class NK that have been detained increased slightly in 2019 to 394, from 384 in 2018, while the ratio of detentions compared to ships registered remained static at 4.6 per cent. China suffered the most detentions, with numbers rising from 90 in 2018 to 120 in 2019. Australia remained second in the list with 61 detentions (compared to 53 in 2018). Russia saw a decline in detentions from 49 in 2018 to 36 in 2019.

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