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MT Basra Star[disputed]

IMO8515817


Abandonment ID: 00460
Ship name:MT Basra Star[disputed]
Flag:Independent State of Samoa
7-digit IMO no.:8515817
Port of abandonment:Ratnagiri, India
Abandonment date:June 2020
Notification date:12 October 2020
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:International Chamber of Shipping (ISWAN (NGO))
No. of Seafarers:13
Nationalities:Ethiopia(1); India(10); Sri Lanka(1); Philippines(1)
Circumstances:Unpaid wages, no sign-off, crew's mental wellbeing are getting affected.
Actions taken:29 September 2020: Flag State informed

Other
Crew have e-mailed to DG Shipping, Magharastra maritime board, RPSL agencies, Flag State and owners.
Repatriation status:Repatriation pending
Crew are waiting for sign-off.

Repatriated
Payment status:Payment Pending
113,656 USD

Partially paid
Comments and Observations:Non-governmental Organization (23 October 2020)
From ISWAN
Crew have confirmed that there is no development regarding 1. Payment of pending wages 2. Sign off and repatriation

Non-governmental Organization (1 December 2020)
From ISWAN
Seafarers have mentioned that they are still waiting to hear on repatriation and that owner has offered settlement of wages once vessel shall be sold as scrap.

Non-governmental Organization (15 January 2021)
From ISWAN
Crew's documents - CDC, COC, Passport are released by DG Shipping, there is an agreement signed between owner and crew on unpaid wages. However, the crew are still waiting for their dues and have not been repatriated.

Non-governmental Organization (5 March 2021)
FRom ISWAN
There is no updates about payment of wages and sign off.

Non-governmental Organization (21 December 2021)
From ISWAN
Based on last communication with seafarer on 9th December 2021, all crew have returned home and they have received partial wages. Based on crew's agreement with company, they will be paid remaining wages once after vessel will be scrapped.

 
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