Archimedes[disputed] - fishing vessel
|Abandonment ID:|| 00646|
|Nom du navire:||Archimedes[disputed] - fishing vessel|
|No. OMI (7 chiffres):||7610426|
|Port d'abandon:||Nouadhibou, Mauritania|
|Date d'abandon:||29 avril 2022|
|Date de notification:||4 mai 2022|
|Gouvernement ou entité rapportante:||Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF)|
|Nombre de marins:||58|
|Nationalités:||Russie, Fédération de; Ukraine|
|Circonstances:||P&I :MS Amlin Marine|
Crew has not received their salaries since they joined the
vessel. Nov 2021 and Jan 2022.
|Actions entreprises:||29 avril 2022: L'Etat du Pavillon à été informé|
Contacted shipowner and flag state authority.
|Paiement des salaires:||En attente de paiement|
The total wages outstanding isUS$552,545.
|Commentaires et observations:||International Chamber of Shipping (15 novembre 2022)|
Regarding the more recent Archimedes case, they explained that it’s also a fishing vessel, although the ILO database doesn’t indicate that. In this case, they’ve suggested that the shipowner ran into financial difficulty due to COVID-19 and high repair and maintenance costs (incurred in Las Palmas, Spain), rendering them unable to pay the wages due to the seafarers concerned. The crew left the ship in Mauritania around 2 May this year, with help from Russian seafarer representatives. Not entirely clear who borne the repatriation costs, but it seems to have been covered by the seafarers’ home country (Russia/Ukraine). Payment of wages is still an issue, but the shipowner is in contact with Angolan authorities.
Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (18 juillet 2023)
Crew have been repatriated but their outstanding wages have not been paid.