Cargo ship with grain from occupied Berdyansk identified

"After many months of idleness port renewed its’ work, first merchant ship has left Berdyansk commercial port with 7,000 tonnes of grain, destined for friendly countries," said Evgeny Balitsky, the head of the pro-Russia administration of Berdyansk, occupied by Russia town and port. Ship wasn’t identified, port of destination wasn’t revealed. According to Ukrainian sources, confirmed by AIS data, ship can be identified as Russia-flagged, Kazakhstan owned general cargo ship ZHIBEK ZHOLY. If that’s the case, ZHIBEK ZHOLY left Berdyansk on Jun 29, reached Kerch Strait Azov sea anchorage same day, left anchorage several hours later and as of morning Jun 30 was sailing in Black sea, port of destination Karasu Turkey, ETA Jul 1.

New FleetMon Vessel Safety Risk Reports Available:

FleetMon Logo

Need a FleetMon account? Sign Up now.

Your browser is out of date!

It is great that you want to track the seven seas! Unfortunatly your browser is out of date. To view our website correctly you need an up to date browser. It is a security risk for you to use an old browser by the way. Update your Browser now