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Mubariz Ibrahimov [resolved]


Abandonment ID: 00487
Ship name:Mubariz Ibrahimov [resolved]
7-digit IMO no.:9575292
Port of abandonment:Istanbul, Türkiye
Abandonment date:12 September 2020
Notification date:2 December 2020
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:ITF
No. of Seafarers:10
Nationalities:Azerbaijan(3); Russian Federation(7)
Circumstances:P&I: None
Chemical/Products Tanker

The crew have retained the services of a lawyer and arrested the vessel. The Harbour Master is refusing to allow the crew to leave until replacement crew are on board
Actions taken:12 October 2020: Flag State informed

Contacting Port State and vessel owner
Repatriation status:9 December 2020: Repatriated
All officers were repatriated on 28th November 2020. Four crew members remain on board who refused repatriation.

Repatriation pending
Seafarers remain on board
Payment status:21 February 2022: Paid
Crew have been paid the outstanding wages and the vessel is now sailing again.

Payment Pending
$US 220,000
Comments and Observations:ITF (12 October 2020)
This vessel is part of the PALMALI SHIPPING & AGENCY company, which has a number of abandoned vessels around the world.

ITF (9 December 2020)
All officers were repatriated on 28th November 2020 with 4 months wages paid by the P&I Club. Four crew members remain on board who refused repatriation - RESOLVED

ITF (21 January 2021)
5 crew remain on board. Outstanding wages for these crew until 31/01/2021 totals $70,212. The 2nd Officer from the Shovket Alexprova was transferred to Mubariz Ibrahimov.

ITF (13 December 2021)
We understand that the remaining crew on board will be paid within a week. Those crew who had been repatriated and had filed a judicial case, have had their money deposited in a bank by Palmali. However, it is known whether they are receiving their wages yet. The vessel is at a shipyard and planned to start trading soon. Vessel is now under Liberia flag.

Last updated: Monday - 21 February 2022 at 14:46:03^ top

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