Maritime & Shipping
Dyah Ersita Prastowo & Partners has highly recognized shipping and maritime law practice which is pre-eminent in Indonesia. We manage a complex portfolio of high-end shipping work in the region, in ‘dry’ and ‘wet’ contentious matters, as well as in ship finance and other non-contentious shipping matters.
DEPP has a deep understanding of maritime and shipping law and frequently advise clients regarding cargo claims, liability issues, maritime liens, ship mortgage/hypothec, charter party disputes, vessel collision and salvage, and marine insurance, sale and purchase of the vessels, ship registration and financing under both Indonesian and foreign flags.
We represent clients in all areas of the shipping and maritime industry including ship owners, operators and charterers; governments and government-owned carriers; marine insurers and reinsurers including P&I insurers, hull and machinery underwriters, freight forwarders and other shipping agents, cargo interests, lending banks and other financial institutions.
DEPP was one of the lawyers who handle on the collision of the MV Norgas Cathinka, a large refrigerated propylene carrier, with the ferry Bahuga Jaya which was covered extensively by international and domestic press. DEPP successfully represented the captain of the MV Norgas Cathinka in the criminal court proceedings from the Indonesian District Court until the Supreme Court.
Besides actively assisted the clients on the numerous maritime project, our partner is also actively contributes in and be appointed as the Commissioner of the Indonesia Maritime Law Association, a member organization of the Comité Maritime International (CMI), a non-governmental international organization devoted to the same object of the unification of maritime law and is the only organization in Indonesia entitled to attend the International Conferences of the CM