We collect and publishes data* on scrapped ships on a yearly basis. Check our glossary for a better understanding of the figures.

 

* The data gathered by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform is sourced from different outlets and stakeholders, and is cross-checked whenever possible. The data upon which this information is based is correct to the best of the Platform’s knowledge, and the Platform takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided. The Platform will correct or complete data if any inaccuracy is signaled. All data which has been provided is publicly available and does not reveal any confidential business information.

 

2019 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Excel)

2019 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Press Release)

2018 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Excel)

2018 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Press Release)

2017 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Excel)

2017 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Press Release)

2016 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Excel)

2016 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Press Release)

2015 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Excel)

2014 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Excel)

2013 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Excel)

2012 Annual List of Ships Scrapped Worldwide (Excel)

Latest News

Platform publishes South Asia Quarterly Update #22

Brussels, July 09th, 2020

There were a total of 98 ships broken in the second quarter of 2020. Of these, 60 ships were sold to the beaches of South Asia, where shipbreaking kept putting workers’ lives at risk.

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