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Rah Goshayan[disputed]


Abandonment ID: 00740
Ship name:Rah Goshayan[disputed]
7-digit IMO no.:7806221
Port of abandonment:Bushehr, Iran
Abandonment date:1 April 2022
Notification date:15 March 2023
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:ITF
No. of Seafarers:3
Nationalities:India(2); Pakistan(1)
Circumstances:P&I : Unknown

Type : Platform Supply Ship

3 seafarers are stuck on board. They are owed wages for 13 and 14 months respectively.
Employment contracts have expired, and they want to go home. They have informed us that there is a lack of provisions.
Actions taken:12 March 2023: Flag State informed
Company, flag state, port state and Iranian maritime authorities contacted

Repatriation status:15 March 2023: Repatriation pending
Payment status:15 March 2023: Payment Pending
Comments and Observations:Govt. of India (20 March 2023)
Kind reference is invited to your email dated 19.03.2023 informing this office that the vessel RAH GOSHAYAN (IMO No. 7806221; Flag-Iran) is abandoned at Basher, Iran since 0l .04.2022 having 03 seafarers (02 from India; and 01 from Pakistan) on board.

2. In this connection, it is submitted that no details of the said vessel could be found in the E-Governance System maintained by this office.

3. Therefore, it is requested that the matter may please be taken up with the source of the complaint to obtain the following documents/information in the matter, so as enable this office to take necessary action at our end.
i. Crew list of the vessel.
ii. Details of Employer of Indian Seafarers.
iii. Seafarers Employment Agreement of Indian Seafarers.
iv. Owners and P&I Club,s Details of the vessel.

Govt. of Pakistan (4 April 2023)
Reference is made to the e-mail received on March 19, 2023 from your good office regarding information on the abandonment of vessel RAH GOSHAYAN (IMO No.7806221).

2. Reportedly there were 03 seafarers on board the vessel, wherein 02 seafarers are from India and O1 from Pakistan.

3. Government Shipping Office, Pakistan has made a thorough search of its seafarers' engagement record but the subject vessel was not found in the list of registered vessels approved to engage Pakistani seafarers.
4. It will be very kind of you if you can acquire and share the details of the Principal that employed the Pakistani seafarer alongwith seafarer's employment agreement, P&I club's detail and crew list of the ill-fated vessel, enabling this office to initiate appropriate action accordingly.

ITF (25 January 2024)
3 seafarers have been repatriated, but one of them has not received all his outstanding wages. No response from the flag state or owners.

Entered: Thursday - 25 January 2024 at 15:55:05
Last updated: Thursday - 25 January 2024 at 15:55:30
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