|Abandonment ID:|| 00352|
|Nom du navire:||Anastasia K[disputed]|
|No. OMI (7 chiffres):||9153496|
|Port d'abandon:||Varna, Bulgaria|
|Date d'abandon:||19 février 2016|
|Gouvernement ou entité rapportante:||Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF)|
|Nombre de marins:||23|
|Circonstances:||Vessel abandoned in the shipyard. The crew had already hired a lawyer back in Oct 2015 and arrested the vessel. There was no request to ITF for assistance therefore no in depth paperwork/research.|
lawyer dealing on behalf of the crew all the time/ ITF just monitoring the developments with the court cases
|Situation concernant le rapatriement:||Rapatriés|
|Paiement des salaires:||avril 2018: Autres|
April 2018 - crew has signed out of court settlement with bank after 2.5 years trials for $370 000. Lawyer was to get them more than $600 000 but crew were deceived by the bank behind the back of their lawyer.
|Commentaires et observations:||Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (14 juin 2018)|
. In fact we understand the case is now concluded, though it would appear that the crew did not receive all the money they were due, so I think it should be classified ‘disputed’. We were not asked by the crew for assistance so we have not been actively involved in the case.
I’ve checked the registration details with our inspector who advises that at the time of the abandonment the flag was Malta.
Gouv. de Libéria (18 juin 2018)
From: David Pascoe [mailto:DPASCOE@liscr.com]
Sent: 18 June 2018 23:35
To: Jan de Boer ;
Subject: RE: New abandonment case notification: Anastasia K
Thank you for the report.
We confirm the vessel MARIA L (Ex ANASTACIA K), IMO Number 9153496, registered in Liberia on 16 Feb 2017. The vessel was sold at auction held at Varna, Bulgaria, prior to registration in Liberia. The Liberia Administration has no information concerning the abandonment case on the ANASTACIA K.
The MARIA L is currently operated by SKY SHIPPING AGENCY in Greece, and there are no MLC related issues with the vessel.
Considering this information, it would seem appropriate to remove Liberia from the “Flag” section of the Report.