Agia Zoni II – Information for claimants

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The Incident

On 10 September 2017 the product tanker Agia Zoni II (1 597 GT) sank while at anchorage west of the port of Piraeus, Greece. The vessel was loaded with 2 194 metric tons of heavy fuel oil and 370 metric tons of marine gas oil. An unconfirmed quantity of the oil spilled into the sea causing pollution damage to the east coast of Salamina Island and coastal areas in the vicinity of the Port of Piraeus and Athens. To view the full incident case study please click here.

Contact Information for Claimants

To facilitate the claims process in this incident, the IOPC Funds established a local Claims Submission Office (CSO) in Piraeus in December 2017.  The office was closed with effect from 1 January 2021.

Any claims-related correspondence or questions, should now be addressed to:

Mr John Markianos-Daniolos
Daniolos Law Firm
13 Defteras Merarchias Street
GR 185 35

Tel: +30 210 8226 801