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 Samson Mariner  (Tug)
vor 2 Std von Timsen

Transit plan for damaged tug approved
The US Coast Guard approved the transit plan for the "Samson Mariner" to head south for repairs in Seattle with an escort tug. Both departed Ketchikan on Feb 21. The barge "St Elias" had temporary repairs made in Ketchikan. The Coast Guard approved a plan for a tug owned by Brusco Tug & Barge Co. to tow the "St. Elias" and continue to Dutch Harbor. Permanent repairs will be made when the "St. Elias" returns to Seattle. Coast Guard personnel worked in partnership with the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Southeast Alaska Petroleum Response Organization, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Alaska Commercial Divers in response to the grounding of the "Samson Mariner". The vessel ran aground and released approximately 1,100 gallons of fuel in the vicinity of Rosa Reef in north Tongass Narrows on Feb. 15. No sheen or further pollution has been reported.

 Malaviya Twenty  (Offshore Vessel > Offshore Tug Supply Ship)
vor 2 Std von Timsen

Stranded crew paid and sent home
The crew of the "Malaviya 20" which abandoned in Great Yarmouth, have been paid and have finally headed home according to the International Transport Worker’s Federation (ITF). The vessel arrived in Great Yarmouth in June 2016 and was detained by the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) mainly over unpaid wages. Some of the wages were paid and some of the crew repatriated, however 12 remained, and after nothing happened. In December the vessel was arrested on the crew’s behalf. The bank, which owned the ship, sent a representative over to meet with the ITF in January. They agreed to pay all owed wages to the crew currently on the vessel and those who had left earlier. A total of $689,679 in back wages were paid on Feb 17, 2017, the payments for 33 crew dated back to October 2015. The 12 remaining crew membersbegan their journey home on Feb 21. A sistership, the "Malaviya Seven" remained detained in Aberdeen and the ITF was moving to arrest the vessel on the crew’s behalf in order to secure for them the wages and tickets home to which they too are entitled.


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