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 Tintomara  (Oil And Chemical Tanker > Oil Products Tanker)
vor 34 Min von Timsen

Tanker detained in Gladstone
On Feb 23, 2013, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority has detained the "Tintomara" at QAL's South Trees wharf in Gladstone due to allegations of underpayment and poor working conditions. Members of the 26-person crew were currently speaking to The Observer at the Mission to Seafarers headquarters at the Gladstone Marina. Officials from the AMSA were undertaking a general inspection of the ship when members of the crew raised complaints about their treatment at the hands of their captain and chief officer. The complaints alleged a culture of bullying, non-payment of overtime, long working hours and crew members losing weight due to the lack of food. The AMSA has now detained the ship until its owner either removes the captain and chief officer or flies the crew home to their respective countries. The "Tintomara"'s crew was made up of sailors from the Philippines, Bangladesh and India. It arrived in Gladstone on Feb 22, coming from New Orleans, transporting caustic to QAL. At 8.45 p.m. the Chief Officer has been removed from the ship. Members of the crew have been given cash.

 Saipem12000  (Offshore Vessel > Drilling Ship)
vor 38 Min von Timsen

Turkish warships threatened to sink drill ship
Turkish warships harassed the "Saipem 12000" and threatened to sink it on Feb 23 in the Exclusive Economic Zone of Cyprus, with the ship forced to make the necessary maneuvers so as to avoid a collision. Four or five ships of the Turkish navy tried to once again obstruct the drill ship of Eni, that has over the last couple of weeks been prevented from performing its duty to search for hydrocarbons at Block 3 off Cyprus. In a last-ditch effort before departing for Morocco, the drill ship attempted to approach the spot where it was supposed to begin its surveying, but the Turkish ships nearly caused a collision, that was averted in the last minute, after issuing clear threats to the Italian vessel that it would be sunk. Eni’s ship left the spot and started sailing west, setting course for Morocco. A similar incident had occurred two weeks ago, when the "Saipem 12000" made its first efforts to approach the designated surveying spot, but a Turkish vessel set a collision course against it. The collision was eventually avoided through the maneuvering by the Italian captain after his calls on his Turkish opposite number to change course went to no avail.


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