|Abandonment ID:|| 00046|
|Nombre del buque:||Haitien Pride[disputed]|
|Puerto de abandono:||Freeport, Bahamas|
|Fecha de abandono:||9 Junio 2006|
|Fecha de notificación:||13 Julio 2006|
|Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:||Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF)|
|No. de marinos:||8|
|Circunstancias:||The crew contacted ITF in June 2006. They had not been paid since January, were running out of supplies and wanted to go home. The original owners (Cargo Logistics USA) renounced responsibility claiming to have sold the vessel in 2004 to another company (HPS Trading Corp), however connections between executives in both companies would suggest that there was no genuine change of ownership. The company¿s representative (who did not change after the apparent sale) refused to supply provisions, wages or any form of assistance. The crew were forced to subsist through the charity of other Filipino seafarers, the Filipino community in the Bahamas. Assistance was also provided by the Philippines Consulate in Washington and the manning agent (Crewlink) who subsequently funded the crews¿ repatriation.|
|Acciones tomadas:||20 Septiembre 2006: Other|
Contact with Owners: HPS Trading Corporation, Miami, USA also with Owners¿ representative. No cooperation received.
Ship Management SM Marine INC, Florida, USA.
Crewlink Manager, who assisted with the repatriation of the crewmembers.
Filippino Consulate, Washington, USA
|Estado de la repatriación:||31 Agosto 2006: Repatriation pending|
6 crewmembers have been repatriated as from 31st August 2006, Captain refused the offer of repatriation, one other crewmember is awaiting repatriation.
|Estado del pago:||20 Septiembre 2006: Other|
From Jan 2005 to the end of August 2006 the total owed to 8 crewmembers excluding the Captain was $192,624 USD
|Comentarios y observaciones:||Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (20 Septiembre 2006)|
Negotiations are ongoing regarding the repatriation of the remaining crewmember.
Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (21 Enero 2008)
There has been no known further action on this case.
Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (16 Diciembre 2016)
Crew repatriated, wages outstanding
Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (7 Diciembre 2017)
No further update expected
Panamá (31 Diciembre 2020)
This case was never reported to the Maritime Labour Affairs Department.
According to the Database, on December 07, 2017, ITF indicated "No futher updated expected", based on this we request that this complaint be label as "INACTIVE".
Flag has been changed into Bolivia and after that, into Unknown or Unspecified since 2010-05. Current name is Chelsea.