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MT Aries1

IMO8130576


Abandonment ID: 00498
Nombre del buque:MT Aries1
Bandera:Panamá
No. OMI:8130576
Puerto de abandono:UAE
Fecha de abandono:4 Septiembre 2019
Fecha de notificación:18 Diciembre 2020
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (ISWAN)
No. de marinos:10
Nacionalidades:India
Circunstancias:Asphalt/Bitumen Tanker

Unpaid wages since 4 Sept 2019, issues regarding food and fuel.
Acciones tomadas:Other
Crew had sent mail to Panama flag but have not received response.
Seafarers have contacted their Indian maritime administration, Embassy of India in UAE, union, flag state, immigration Dubai.
Estado de la repatriación:Repatriation pending
All crew are currently not on board. Chief Engineer and Master – 16 month, 2 crew for 15 month, 1 crew over 24 month, 3 crew for 12 month and 2 others for 19 month.
Estado del pago:Payment Pending
USD 104,700
Comentarios y observaciones:Panamá (3 Febrero 2021)
From Panama Maritime Authority
In attention to the labor complaint filed against vessel “ARIES 1”, with IMO No. 8130576, please be advised that on January 2021, this Administation received a labour complaint against the above mentioned vessel, duly presented by Mr. Chirag Bahri – ISWAN, whereby he indicated that 9 crewmembers on board are in abandonment, and have not received any salary since they had joined the vessel.
In this sense, we have proceeded in accordance with the ordinary procedure, seeking to obtain a prompt clarification and solution of the situation denounced.
Please be informed that through Email dated January 08, 2021, the Maritime Mutual P&I Club indicated that “…MT Aries 1 is no longer entered with our principal Maritime Mutual.”
Among the most important communications made are the followings:
Email dated January 11, 2021, addressed to the Owner, Operator and/or Registered Agent of the vessel “ARIES 1” (1st communication), whereby is informed the labor complaint filed against the vessel, and seeking to obtain a prompt clarification and solution of the situation denounced.
Email dated January 11, 2021, addressed to Mr. Chirag Bahri – ISWAN, whereby we confirm safe receipt of the labour complaint presented, and was indicated that we have proceeded according the regular procedure by contacting the Registered Owner, Operator and/or Local Resident Agent, but until such date no response have been received.
Email dated January 13, 2021, reiterating the content of the Email dated January 11, 2021, addressed to the Owner, Operator and/or Registered Agent of the vessel “ARIES 1” (1st communication).
Email dated January 28, 2021, addressed to the Owner, Operator and/or Registered Agent of the vessel “ARIES 1” (2nd communication), whereby is informed the labor complaint filed against the vessel, and seeking to obtain a prompt clarification and solution of the situation denounced.
Email dated February 02, 2021, reiterating the content of the Email dated January 28, 2021, addressed to the Owner, Operator and/or Registered Agent of the vessel “ARIES 1” (2nd communication)
Nevertheless, no positive response was received from the owners and/or operators of the above mentioned vessel.
Additionally, please be informed that this Administration have imposed a documentary restriction over the vessel “ARIES 1”, which prevent the cancelation of the registry and the change of ownership in the registry, due to the abandonment of crewmembers.
Furthermore, this General Directorate have request an extraordinary inspection (ASI inspection) to verify the conditions on board, which is pending to be realize.
Finally, we wish to indicate that this General Directorate have granted prompt assistance upon the request of the crewmembers, and we are closely following this case to help our seafarers.

Non-governmental Organization (5 Marzo 2021)
From ISWAN
5 Indian crew have been repatriated and they have been paid only 25% of wages.

 
Entered: Lunes - 25 Enero 2021 14:37:29
Última actualización: Viernes - 5 Marzo 2021 15:06:34
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