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Halani 5

IMO9182992


Abandonment ID: 00342
Ship name:Halani 5
Flag:St. Vincent & Grenadines
7-digit IMO no.:9182992
Port of abandonment:Douala's port, Cameroon
Abandonment date:February 2018
Notification date:27 April 2018
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:ITF
No. of Seafarers:12
Nationalities:India(12)
Circumstances:There has been no contact with the crew on-board this vessel. All information obtained from Captain on-board Halani 1
Actions taken:4 May 2018: Flag State informed
Informed the flag state. Negotiated with the company.
Repatriation status:6 August 2018: Repatriated
From: Jonathan Warring [mailto:Warring_Jonathan@itf.org.uk]
Sent: 06 August 2018 18:34
To: Wagner, Brandt ; Noh, Jinhak ; Natalie Shaw
Subject: RE: Request on assisting the Indian seafarers abandoned at t

Hi all,

I have received confirmation this afternoon from one of our Indian affiliates that all crew have arrived safely in India.

Thanks

Jonathan

Payment status:13 March 2018: Other
Renumeration Outstanding: USD 94,057

9 August 2018: Partially paid
The crew has been paid by the insurer but only for the last 4 months

November 2018: Partially paid
ITF confirmed that the rest of the remuneration is still outstanding
Comments and Observations:ITF (2 May 2018)
No Insurance

International Maritime Organisation (4 June 2018)
From: Jan de Boer [mailto:JDeBoer@imo.org]
Sent: lundi 4 juin 2018 11:07
To: technical@svg-marad.com
Subject: RE: New abandonment reports - m.v. HALANI I Official n°10327 IMO N°7816379; HALANI 5, Off No 11463, IMO No 9182992

Dear Mr. Dulic,

Thank you for your message and information in response to the renewed call by IMO for comments on the abandoned crew of the ‘HALANI 1’ (IMO Number 7816379) earlier last week. I have duly noted that the ship owner is making arrangements to pay the salaries of the HALANI 1 crew and to repatriate them back home. I have also duly noted that meanwhile the same ship owner is also making efforts to sell the ‘HALANI 5’, which is a closely related abandonment case, in order to pay that crew as well and repatriate them back to their home town.

All this information will be duly recorded on the joint IMO/ILO Database on abandonment of Seafarers.

Thank you and kind regards,

(Relevant email)
Dear Sirs,

We are making arrangements to pay the salaries for the Halani-1 crew and repatriate them back home. Will revert with the plan shortly.
We are also in the meantime making efforts to sell Halani-5 and pay the crew as well as repatriate them back to their home town.
Also provisions have been ordered and same shall be supplied by Monday.

Both the vessels are in good operational state and provisions have been ordered.
We will submit the update on these vessels shortly.

Thanks n Regards,
Kamal Aggarwal

Other (13 June 2018)
Dear Sir,

Thank you for advising us of the situation.

Owners have confirmed that they have not abandoned either the crew or the vessel and, in fact, they have assured us that the outstanding wages will be paid by Tuesday, 19th June 2018 and the crew shall thereafter be repatriated. We will continue to apply pressure on owners from our end and will provide you with an update by next week.

Kind Regards,

Shiladitya Bose
P&I Underwriter
Thomas Miller Specialty
Authorised signatory on behalf of Navigators International Insurance Co Ltd.



Govt. of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (13 June 2018)
From: SVG - Technical Dept (SD) [mailto:technical@svg-marad.com]
Sent: 13 June 2018 15:55
To: Jan de Boer
Subject: RE: New abandonment reports - m.v. HALANI I Official n°10327 IMO N°7816379; HALANI 5, Off No 11463, IMO No 9182992
Importance: High

Dear Mr Boer,

Reference is made to your below email.

Please find attached a copy of valid financial security in accordance with MLC Regulation 2.5 recently forwarded by the Owner.
We have not received any written notice from the insurer thus we assume that the financial security in accordance with MLC Regulation 4.2 remains valid.

Please find attached the information from the insurer which is self-explanatory.
According to the owners the outstanding wages will be paid by Tuesday, 19th June 2018 and the crew shall thereafter be repatriated.


Best regards
S. Dulic
Technical Manager


ITF (9 October 2018)
From: Jonathan Warring [mailto:Warring_Jonathan@itf.org.uk]
Sent: jeudi 9 août 2018 15:31
To: 'Natalie Shaw'
Cc: Jan de Boer (JDeBoer@imo.org) ; Wagner, Brandt ; Noh, Jinhak
Subject: RE: MV HALANI 5 CREW END OF ABANDONMENT

Hi all,

Yes, I am happy for this case to be shown as resolved. All crew are repatriated and paid up to repatriation date.

Kind regards

Jonathan


 
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