Scrapped at Valetta 04/2021 http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=3282639
The 'Ulusoy 11', while enroute from Santos to Singapore with a cargo of 66,252 tonnes of soy beans, suffered issues with the turbo charger and was diverted towards Port Louis on April 17, 2021. No tug assistance has been requested. The vessel moored on the port's anchorage in pos. 20° 10.36' N 057° 25.10' E on April 18.
The wreck removal operation of the 'Streamline' has been completed on April 15, and the vessel's registry status changed from 'live' to 'dead'. Subsequently, the incident file has been closed by Harbour Master.
The port side main engine of the 'Marella Explorer 2' was shut down manually after it overheated n position 50 25 11.0N, 002 42 13.0W, on April 17, 2021, at 1.40 p.m. The ship continued its voyage from Torquay to Portland using the starboard engine. At 2 p.m. the port side engine had cooled down. The ship dropped anchor off Portland in pos. 50° 36.62' N 002° 23.02' W at 7.45 p.m.
The crew aboard the 'Aizdihar', which has been at Bandar Abbas since Oct 25, 2020, was begging for relief from their plight as they lacked diesel and provisions. The crew, mainly from India, have been on board the vessel since February 2020. The vessel was flagged with St. Kitts & Nevis at the time of the abandonment, but was reflagged with Tanzania in August 2020. The abandonment was reported in October 2020. The ship only has power for two hours a day. A problem had arisen with the cargo, and loading had been cancelled due to a dispute between the owner and charterer. The International Transport Workers' Federation said in December hat the crew were owed more than $195,000. In March 2021, the ITF said the owner had paid outstanding wages and 12 crew members were repatriated. The remaining crew, who reported 'inhumane living conditions', said they lacked food, water, and provisions.
The 'Christos Theos' entered a shipyard at Piraeus on April 5, 2021, for permanent repairs of the grounding damage suffered on Dec 29. Repairs have since commenced by shore-based technical teams as regards to class surveyor further recommendations.