|Abandonment ID:|| 00556|
|Nom du navire:||De Yun[disputed]|
|No. OMI (7 chiffres):||9036894|
|Port d'abandon:||Taipei, Taiwan|
|Date d'abandon:||10 octobre 2019|
|Date de notification:||6 juillet 2021|
|Gouvernement ou entité rapportante:||Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF)|
|Nombre de marins:||8|
6 Myanmar crew have been on board between 22 and 33 months.
The vessel has been detained by the Taipei Port Bureau for non-payment of port fees.
6 Myanmar crew are owed between 10 and 19 months wages.
|Actions entreprises:||8 avril 2021: L'Etat du Pavillon à été informé|
Contacted shipowner, flag state and the Taipei Port Bureau.
|Situation concernant le rapatriement:||En attente de rapatriement|
6 Myanmar crew are awaiting repatriation.
|Paiement des salaires:||En attente de paiement|
US$ 141,000 until the end of May 2021.
|Commentaires et observations:||Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (6 juillet 2021)|
The ITF was only alerted to this case in April 2021.
Gouv. de Belize (7 juillet 2021)
Please be informed that our Administration is aware of this situation and we are working with the vessel’s representative to bring this matter to a close. We will double our efforts as indeed, the situation is not acceptable to us.
Autre (13 juillet 2021)
I have checked and the DE YUN is not entered into any of the 13 Clubs that comprise the International Group of P&I Clubs.
Gouv. de Myanmar (15 juillet 2021)
From Department of Marine Administration of Myanmar through IMO
According to the respective SRPS companies, 6 seafarers have yet to receive their salaries but they are good in health and have good food. The SRPS companies cooperated with the respective manning company, ship owner, and respective organization to settle their salaries and to repatriate these seafarers to Myanmar.
Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (30 novembre 2021)
October 2021, Signed an agreement between owner & crew, Paid part of wage US$19,200 by 12th October 2021, Paid part of wage US$19,200 by 15 October 2021 and the crew stay onboard and await government to allow new crew to board.