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Nissi Commander[resolved]


Abandonment ID: 00524
Nom du navire:Nissi Commander[resolved]
No. OMI (7 chiffres):8705333
Port d'abandon:Santa Marta, Colombia
Date d'abandon:12 janvier 2021
Date de notification:15 mars 2021
Gouvernement ou entité rapportante:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF)
Nombre de marins:15
Nationalités:Colombie(2); Cuba (1); République dominicaine(1); Equateur(1); Panama(9); Pérou(1)
Circonstances:P&I: unknown

Oil Products Tanker

The ship arrived 2 months ago at the port of Santa Marta with operational problems and has remained off and at anchor, aboard the vessel ship owner has a fuel since October 2020 but this product has not been received by buyers.
The ship owner says that he will pay directly the owed wages and the repatriation expenses.
Actions entreprises:7 février 2021: L'Etat du Pavillon à été informé
Situation concernant le rapatriement:En attente de rapatriement
The ship owner promised to Harbour Master and PSC to pay the repatriation expenses of all the crew.

Paiement des salaires:En attente de paiement
The ship owner is pending to pay 4 months owed wages to the crew: November and December 2020, January and February 2021 plus 15 days March 2021.
Commentaires et observations:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (15 mars 2021)
The ITF Colombia Inspector has submitted a complaint to the Colombian Maritime Authority to protect the rights of the crew, unfortunately Colombia has not ratified the MLC 2006, the Inspector also submitted a complaint to the Mongolian Maritime Authorities, country of registry of the vessel.
The Ambassador of Panama in Colombia and the Maritime Authority of Panama AMP sent to Mongolian authorities a document of support to the 8 Panamanian crew aboard. Recently all the crew were infected by COVID 19, fortunately all recovered and Chief Mate remains in a hotel in the port.
Finally 9 crew members have started legal actions with a Colombian lawyer against the ship owner to seize the vessel.

We hope that the crew will promptly receive their owed wages and may be traveling to their respective countries. It is very possible that if the problem with the crew has not been solved for the next week, the court will be ordering the seizure of the vessel. The vessel remained with the expired P&I for 2 months, the ship owner paid, and the insurance was reactivated a week ago.

Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (30 novembre 2021)
All crew that were disembarked in Dominican Republic 4 months ago in a situation of abandonment, were repatriated to Colombia, but the owed wages were not paid. The crew has proceeded legally with a lawyer for unpaid wages which totals US$145,000.

Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (7 mars 2023)
US$200,000 corresponding to 4 months owed wages were paid and the repatriation expenses of all the crew were paid by the shipowner.

Saisie: mardi - 7 mars 2023 a 11:31:01
Dernière mise à jour: mardi - 7 mars 2023 a 11:31:25
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