Bulk carriers trapped in Ukraine have found a way out of the war-torn country — if they’re carrying grain.

Those with other cargoes have been less lucky.

Not covered under a UN-led safe passage scheme, they’re stuck in the conflict zone for months, incurring war risk and crew maintenance costs.

One such bulker, the 14,200-dwt Sea Luck (built 1999), has been in Odesa for nearly seven months with 23 seafarers on board.