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Relief for crew of bulker stranded off China for six months

The crew of the dry bulk vessel Jag Anand will finally be able to go home after a crew change is conducted in Chiba, Japan, this week. They have been stranded at a Chinese anchorage for at least six months

With the vessel Jag Anand about to resolve its crewing situation, elsewhere, the MSC-owned Anastasia is the other vessel with Indian crew that remains stranded at a Chinese anchorage. The unions expect it will also be released ‘very soon’. Meanwhile, at least 31 other vessels loaded with Australian coal remain at anchorage, caught in the political spat between Australia and China

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