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Abandonment ID: 00136
Nom du navire:Derbent[disputed]
No. OMI (7 chiffres):6808026
Port d'abandon:Wakkanai, Japan
Date d'abandon:7 février 2008
Gouvernement ou entité rapportante:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF)
Nombre de marins:14
Nationalités:Russie, Fédération de(10); Ukraine(4)
Circonstances:Vessel unseaworthy after running aground near the coast of Rishiri Island, Japan. Crew unpaid for 16 months. Support provided by the municipal government of Rishiri-Fuji Town Wakkanai Hokkaido and ITF inspector. Russian owner unwilling to assist or repatriate crew.
Actions entreprises:22 juillet 2009: Autres
Requested the owner Mr. Vadym Ashurov of ¿V and V¿ in Moscow to pay outstanding wages and repatriation, and reported Ukrainian and Russian Embassies in Tokyo.
Situation concernant le rapatriement:22 juillet 2009: Rapatriés
Ukrainian and Russian governments repatriated them.
Paiement des salaires:22 juillet 2009: En attente de paiement
USD 65,028 for Ukrainian, Unknown for Russian.
Commentaires et observations:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (22 juillet 2009)
Provisional Certificate of Registry issued by international Ship Registry of Cambodia expired on July 25, 2006. So, ITF could't notify this situation to flag state.

International Shipping Federation (9 avril 2010)
Russian(10) and Ukraine(4) crews were repatriated to their countries after an interview with the Japanese Coast Guard. Total cost of work to remove a vessel was about twenty million Japanese yen(approx f130,000). Japanese Fishing Association tried to contact owner to demand payment but had no success.

Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (25 novembre 2016)
The case is closed but the seafarers have not received all outstanding wages.

Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (7 décembre 2017)
No further update expected

Saisie: lundi - 19 décembre 2016 a 16:18:16
Dernière mise à jour: lundi - 11 décembre 2017 a 14:25:59
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