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[Vasilios N - Inactive]


Abandonment ID: 00173
Nom du navire:[Vasilios N - Inactive]
No. OMI (7 chiffres):7419353
Port d'abandon:Misurata, Libya
Date d'abandon:14 février 2011
Date de notification:14 février 2011
Gouvernement ou entité rapportante:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF)
Nombre de marins:10
Nationalités:Azerbaïdjan(1); Géorgie(6); Ukraine(3)
Circonstances:The ITF was contacted by the crewmembers on the 18th August 2010. The vessel was arrested by the cargo receivers due to damaged cargo (cement). The owners have not been able have the matter resolved, the crewmembers have suffered with very little provisions. The owner of the vessel apparently died suddenly Jan 2011.
Actions entreprises:17 février 2011: Autres
We had worked with the owners/operators in resolving the case, we were aware that the owners had agreed to pay the sum of $180,000 USD to have the matter resolved. Apparently from the owner¿s side this money was paid, but then the arresting party requested further money. We have informed the Georgian Registry, we also looked at whether the crewmembers would be able to have the vessel arrested in Libya but this was not possible.
Situation concernant le rapatriement:17 février 2011: En attente de rapatriement
1 crewmember has been repatriated.
Paiement des salaires:17 février 2011: En attente de paiement
Presently the crewmembers are owed over $250,000 USD.
Commentaires et observations:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (17 février 2011)
Conditions on board seem to be causing high levels of stress and psychological trauma on board, one crew member apparently destroyed the bridge equipment and set fire to the bridge, fortunately other crewmembers were able to extinguish the fire. Since then crewmembers personal belongings have been taken and thrown overboard.

Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (16 décembre 2016)
Case closed but details not available

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