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Ocean Sparkle

IMO6916201


Abandonment ID: 00235
Ship name:Ocean Sparkle
Flag:Indonesia
7-digit IMO no.:6916201
Port of abandonment:Algeciras, Spain
Abandonment date:26 March 2015
Notification date:3 August 2015
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:ITF
No. of Seafarers:33
Nationalities:Georgia(1); Greece(1); Indonesia(8); Pakistan(2); Philippines(20); Poland(1)
Circumstances:Vessel was detained by PSC due to MLC 2006 deficiencies on 27/03/2015. Vessel was arrested by a third party.
Actions taken:Other
Negotiations with ship owner, charter, PSC, flag state, Embassy in Madrid of Indonesia, Philippines, Pakistan and Georgia.
Repatriation status:Repatriated
8 Indonesian repatriated by Indonesia Embassy in Madrid on 07.08.2015. 2 Pakistanis repatriated by Pakistan Embassy in Madrid on 12.08.2015. 10 Filipinos repatriated by Philippines Embassy in Madrid on 13.08.2015. Finally 10 Filipinos, 1 polish, 1 Georgian and 1 Greek repatriated by ITF on 04.09.2015.
Payment status:Payment Pending
Unpaid wages 646,857.88 USD
Comments and Observations:ITF (22 January 2016)
From: Jose Ortega
Sent: 22 January 2016 15:15
To: Katie Higginbottom
Subject: RE: Ocean Sparkle

Dear Katie.
Geetings from Algeciras - I'm fine, I hope that you too.
No, unfortunately the outstanding wages hasn't been paid. we tried to negotiate with the Shipowner Mr. Nader Dajani but the results were unsuccessful.
Our lawyer, Rafael de Muller is gathering information to take a legal action on behalf of the crew.
The above mentioned vessel remains detained by the PSC and by the Court in Algeciras Port. She is arrested by 12 different parties.
If you need further information don't hesitate to contact me.

Best regards.

Josť Manuel


ITF (16 December 2016)
Case open but seafarers repatriated

ITF (15 May 2017)
Vessel arrested on behalf of the crew in June 2016, pending court decision


ITF (7 December 2017)
Vessel arrested June 2016 but not resolved. Checking with lawyer


ITF
Crew received help from Red Cross, Caritas, Search and Rescue Service, and Food Bank and Charterer.

 
Entered: Monday - 11 December 2017 at 15:45:42
Last updated: Friday - 1 June 2018 at 14:47:52
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