[Clare - resolved]
|Abandonment ID:|| 00165|
|Ship name:||[Clare - resolved]|
|7-digit IMO no.:||7390014|
|Port of abandonment:||Cartegena, Spain|
|Abandonment date:||13 May 2011|
|Notification date:||16 May 2011|
|Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:||ITF|
|No. of Seafarers:||15|
|Nationalities:||Georgia(6); Syrian Arab Republic(1); Turkey(6); Ukraine(2)|
|Circumstances:||No food, water or fuel on board. Vessel detained by Port State Control.|
|Actions taken:||17 May 2011: Other|
Contacted Owner, flag state, Spanish Authorities as Port State Control Harbour Master, Red Cross, Instituto Social de la Marina, Mass media, Spanish Inspectorate Coordinator, Helpers, Union U.G.T.
Vessel receiving provisions through Red Cross.
|Repatriation status:||17 May 2011: Repatriation pending|
|Payment status:||12 May 2011: Payment Pending|
US$ 62,720 at 12 May. - 2 months
|Comments and Observations:||ITF (17 May 2011)|
Actually vessel with no bunkers, sanitary and humanity crisis. No fresh water. All equipments; safety, communications, etc on board out of order.
ITF (18 January 2017)
the case resolved.
From: Katie Higginbottom [mailto:Higginbottom_Katie@itf.org.uk]
Sent: 18 January 2017 09:50
To: Noh, Jinhak (email@example.com)
Cc: Wagner, Brandt; Natalie Shaw; Jan de Boer (JDeBoer@imo.org)
Subject: FW: Abandonment database
Iíve received a further update from our Ukrainian inspector. From this we can consider the cases of Clare IMO: 7390014 and Cassiopeia IMO: 8104577 resolved. Boushkin now looks a bit more ambiguous but I donít think we should change anything at this stage. I leave it to you whether you want to add details to the comments or not.