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Dauria[disputed]

IMO7224875


Abandonment ID: 00036
Ship name:Dauria[disputed]
Flag:Comoros
7-digit IMO no.:7224875
Port of abandonment:Antalya, Turkey
Abandonment date:30 August 2005
Notification date:16 September 2005
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:ITF
No. of Seafarers:11
Nationalities:Ukraine(11)
Circumstances:Crew owed 4.5 months wages, substandard vessel detained by Port State Control, food and subsistence being supplied by ITF contact.
Actions taken:Other
Owners have forcibly removed crew who were seeking legal advice to obtain outstanding wages and repatriation. ITF supplied bond for ship┐s arrest, however courts rejected jurisdiction over foreign flagged vessel. Attempts will be made to bring a case against the owner in the Ukraine. ITF inspectors are tracking the ship as it visits other ports with new crew.
Repatriation status:Repatriated
Crew repatriated without wages.
Payment status:Other
Four and a half month┐s wages outstanding.
Comments and Observations:ITF (14 July 2006)
UPDATE: Since the problems reported by the ITF occurred it is noted that the vessel has been twice detained by Port State Control - in Ravenna, Italy for 18 days with 25 deficiencies and in Eleusis, Greece for 5 days with 14 deficiencies.

ITF (21 January 2008)
This vessel changed name to Balcar on 31 March 2007. Flag now seems to be Bolivian. The vessel has been operating in the Black Sea since the beginning of 2006. In September this year the ITF received a call from one of the current crew complaining of unpaid wages of the 11 Ukrainian seafarers on board, no food and little water. Ship manager claimed that crew would be repatriated and that food and water problems would be resolved, however it was not possible to verify this due to loss of contact with crew.
The ship manager and operator is Petunia Shipping Srl, Italy, the DOC company is GM Trading & Chartering and the registered owner is Aileen Corporation, Panama.

ITF (16 December 2016)
Crew repatriated, wages outstanding

ITF (7 December 2017)
No further update expected


ITF
Crew were effectively deported, wages not paid, unclear as to whether vessel is still owned by the same company.


 
Entered: Monday - 19 December 2016 at 16:17:47
Last updated: Monday - 11 December 2017 at 14:25:07
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