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Westsea Gail


Abandonment ID: 00913
Nom du navire:Westsea Gail
No. OMI (7 chiffres):9550905
Port d'abandon:Dubai, UAE
Date d'abandon:1 octobre 2023
Date de notification:12 mars 2024
Gouvernement ou entité rapportante:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF)
Nombre de marins:4
Circonstances:P&I : Unknown

Type : Anchor Handling Vessel

2 seafarers have not been paid since August 2023 (7 months).
Their contracts have expired and they want to be repatriated.
The SEA’s makes reference to the vessel being covered by an ITF TCC, but this is not the case and never has been.
Actions entreprises:11 mars 2024: L'Etat du Pavillon à été informé
Contacted the owner, managers, flag state (Tuvalu) and the UAE maritime authorities have been informe
Situation concernant le rapatriement:12 mars 2024: En attente de rapatriement
Paiement des salaires:12 mars 2024: En attente de paiement
Commentaires et observations:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (12 mars 2024)
Maritime data sources including Equasis show the vessel as being Australia flagged, but the vessel is now under Tuvalu

Gouv. de Australie (14 mars 2024)
I’d just like to confirm that the record needs to be amended to reflect that the vessel is not flagged to Australia. It has not been flagged to Australia since 2016.

Organisation maritime internationale (20 mars 2024)
I herewith would like to inform that IMO today received further confirmation from Mr. Mark Krzyzak at SP Global concerning Anchor Handling Tug Supply ‘WESTSEA GAIL’, IMO Number 9550905, that Tuvalu, who’s focal points are herewith included, registered the vessel in 2018 but also that it was deleted on 11 December 2018. As was notified on 13 March 2024, the vessel has currently on board 4 seafarers from India, who were abandoned in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on 1 October 2023. The insurer is: UNKNOWN.

Dernière mise à jour: jeudi - 11 avril 2024 a 10:24:52^ top

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