|Abandonment ID:|| 00029|
|Nombre del buque:||Concel Pride|
|Puerto de abandono:||Algeciras (Spain)|
|Fecha de abandono:||17 Mayo 2005|
|Fecha de notificación:||17 Mayo 2005|
|Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:||Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF)|
|No. de marinos:||15|
|Nacionalidades:||Dinamarca(1); Nigeria; Turquía|
|Circunstancias:||No food, shortage of fuel, unacceptable living conditions and substandard maintenance according to PSC.|
|Acciones tomadas:||Mayo 2005: Other|
ITF negotiating with shipping agent.
|Estado de la repatriación:||11 Agosto 2005: Repatriated|
UPDATE ITF: Nigerian crew repatriated.
Rest of crew due to leave Spain by 13 August 2005.
|Estado del pago:||Mayo 2005: Partially paid|
First batch of crew collected wages with ITF intervention. ITF now assisting a second batch.
9 Agosto 2005: Paid
UPDATE by ITF: Backpay recovered.
|Comentarios y observaciones:||Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (Mayo 2005)|
Reported in Europa Sur. Self-appointed agent Ybarrola to supply food and water, however, there is no contact with owners.
OIT/OMI (Febrero 2006)
Joint letter co-signed by ILO Director general and IMO Secretary General to the Flag State administration, urging them to facilitate the resolution of this case.
Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (28 Marzo 2006)
UPDATE: Total backpay recovered. Repatriation of all crew effected by the ITF however, reports indicate that the Nigerian seafarers were detained on arrival in Nigeria. ITF is endeavouring to clarify the situation.
International Shipping Federation (13 Abril 2006)
At the present time, the ship is berthed at North Dock in Algecira's port. The ship was detained due to the multiple shortcomings found in several inspections on Port State Control. A shipowner's representative reported that their intention was to repair the ship but they have not done anything as yet. The crew are no longer on board following intervention by the Nigerian Consulate.
Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (14 Julio 2006)
UPDATE: No further information available
Organización Internacional del Trabajo (22 Diciembre 2006)
Report received from Port Captain Algesiras (Spain), Port State Control Office, stating that the vessel "Presently berthed and detained since 25 April 2005 at the port of Algesiras, due (to) severe deficiencies affecting maritime safety and environment. /.../ a report made by the crewmembers describing present conditions on board the ship, among others, non payment of wages, unhygienic conditions, lack of weather clothing protection, etc. All of them show a systematic rupture with basic compliance of ILO requirements".
Copy was sent to the Nigerian Embassy in Spain by the PSC authorities.
Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (21 Enero 2008)
The vessel remains under detention by PSC in Algeciras without crew on board. Seven Indian seafarers have been repatriated. The ITF inspector is still waiting to recover the 30% balance of crew¿s outstanding wages. The fate of the original crew who returned to Nigeria is not known.