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GS Spring

IMO9081382


Abandonment ID: 00557
Nom du navire:GS Spring
Pavillon:St. Kitts & Nevis
No. OMI (7 chiffres):9081382
Port d'abandon:Ningbo, China
Date d'abandon:octobre 2019
Date de notification:6 juillet 2021
Gouvernement ou entité rapportante:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF)
Nombre de marins:5
Nationalités:Myanmar(5)
Circonstances:P&I: QBE Asia P&I

Chemical/Products Tanker

Situation concernant le rapatriement:En attente de rapatriement
Paiement des salaires:En attente de paiement
Actual amount(s) not yet fully determined.
Commentaires et observations:Fed. int. des ouvriers du transport (ITF) (6 juillet 2021)
On 29 April 2019, the Vessel and crew were arrested and detained at Ningbo, China for alleged smuggling (Ship to ship transfer of oil to a Chinese flagged vessel). After being detained for more than two years, five of the ship’s officers have now been fined huge sums of money and imprisoned for periods ranging from three to five years. The five had allegedly confessed to smuggling, we know that these alleged confessions were made without the crewmembers having been afforded any legal advice or the benefit of an interpreter. The company have always, maintained that the vessel and crew were wrongfully arrested and detained and have stated that: the vessel never engaged in any illegal activities, but was stricken by engine problems at the location of the alleged offence.

To date, we have never received any acknowledgement or reply from the flag state.

Gouv. de Myanmar (15 juillet 2021)
From Department of Marine Administration of Myanmar through IMO
5 seafarers were sentenced to prison and fined under Chinese law for smuggling into China, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Myanmar. These seafarers will be repatriated to Myanmar after their sentences by the arrangement of respective SRPS companies

 
Saisie: vendredi - 16 juillet 2021 a 20:37:00
Dernière mise à jour: jeudi - 5 août 2021 a 15:20:45
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