Tina I

Instruct Us
Name Tina I
Date 22 November 2020
Year of Build 2004
Casualty type Grounded
Vessel Type Container Carrier - VT UCC


24 November 2020

* It is now reported that TINA I ran aground in the Singapore Strait following an allision with another container vessel that has been aground in the same area since May 2020. The TINA I remains aground.

*A video of the casualty can be found at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sf5qG-wIfls&feature=youtu.be

* Indonesian Authorities have despatched patrol boats to the scene and it is understood that the crew will be evacuated.

* TINA I is reported to have been carrying 4,096 containers at the material time and we have surveyors standing by in Indonesia and Singapore to provide immediate assistance.

* The vessel will almost certainly require professional salvage services and we stand ready to assist with provision of salvage security. In the event that a LOF salvage agreement is put in place, WKW security is acceptable to the Council of Lloyd's and is a preferred option by professional salvors. General Average may also be declared, thereby requiring the provision of General Average securities before cargo is released.

* Given the current situation we strongly recommend you contact us as soon as possible if you are concerned with any cargo on board TINA I so that we may start taking immediate steps to protect your interests.


* It is reported that container carrier TINA I grounded in position Latitude 01° 11.2' North , Longitude 103° 52.8 East near Batu Island, Indonesia on 22nd November.

* Navigational Information provided by AIS reports the vessel was on passage from Singapore to Jakarta, Indonesia and is still grounded in the same position.

* It is reported that an investigation is underway and no pollution is currently present.

* It is possible that Salvage, General Average and recovery issues may arise as a result of this casualty.

* We have surveyors on standby to assist in any loss or damage surveys and an investigation into the cause of the casualty.

* Should you insure any of the cargo carried onboard, we recommend that you contact us as soon as possible so that we can immediately start taking steps to protect your interests.

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