|Abandonment ID:|| 00512|
|Ship name:||Olga Golovushkina[resolved]|
|7-digit IMO no.:||9736688|
|Port of abandonment:||Istanbul, Türkiye|
|Abandonment date:||19 July 2020|
|Notification date:||18 January 2021|
|Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:||ITF|
|No. of Seafarers:||12|
|Nationalities:||Azerbaijan(11); Russian Federation(1)|
|Circumstances:||P&I: AlfaStrakhovanie PLC (Russia)|
Requesting for unpaid wages and repatriation.
|Actions taken:||19 July 2020: Flag State informed|
P&I and registered owners in Malta were informed.
|Repatriation status:||Repatriation pending|
Crew want to be repatriated but will not leave the vessel without their owed wages.
|Payment status:||Payment Pending|
|Comments and Observations:||ITF (18 January 2021)|
This vessel is part of the PALMALI SHIPPING & AGENCY company, which has a number of abandoned vessels around the world.
ITF (5 March 2021)
1 crewmember wants to be repatriated and we have engaged with the P&I. The period for which we made the claim on behalf of the crewmember was covered by West of England. They have informed us that they will assume responsibility, having initially refuted this . The crewmember will receive $USD15,000 for 4 months. The ITF will continue to advise the crewmember on the process to recover the rest of his outstanding wages through a judicial process.
ITF (13 December 2021)
The vessel is still at the same place and the crew has still not been paid. Some of them have been onboard for 24 months hoping they get paid.
ITF (3 May 2022)
The vessel has been renamed to IMAN BAHRAM MAMMADZADEH. All crew except the Master have received their outstanding wages. The Master has filed a court case and it is hoped that a solution will be found shortly.
ITF (18 October 2022)
Now sailing under the name of Imam Hashimar Mammadzadeh
In April 2021 the vessel it was in a shipyard in Turkey and all crew except for the Master had received their wages. The Master had filed a case in court, but the outcome is unknown to us at the moment.
ITF (5 September 2023)
All outstanding wages for the crew were received. The Master was the only crew member who did not confirm receipt of funds