General information

IMO:
8516598
MMSI:
352005000
Callsign:
HP3149
Width:
10.0 m
Length:
80.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Panama
Builder:
Owner:
Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moored
Course:
87.0° / -127.0
Heading:
15.0° / -127.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moored
Location:
Castellon (Castellon Port)
Area:
Balearic Sea
Last seen:
2021-05-28
26 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
26 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2021-05-27
2021-05-29
1d 20h 17m
2021-05-25
2021-05-26
1d 6h 6m
2021-05-14
2021-05-15
20h 21m
2021-04-27
2021-04-27
10h 41m
2021-04-14
2021-04-14
7h 34m
2021-04-12
2021-04-14
2d 3h 11m
2021-04-10
2021-04-12
1d 12h 47m
2021-04-05
2021-04-07
2d 5h 14m
2021-04-02
2021-04-02
8h 17m
2021-03-31
2021-04-01
1d 7h 57m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Sizilien
2021-05-22
Leave
Kreta
2021-05-04
Enter
Pantelleria East
2021-04-30
Enter
Sizilien
2021-04-30
Enter
Lipari Island
2021-04-20
Enter
Strait of Messina
2021-04-19
Leave
Marmara Island
2021-04-15
Enter
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Divers found two bodies

Tue Jun 15 10:22:15 CEST 2021 Timsen

Inside the 'Nazmiye Ana', divers carried out additional underwater surveys and found the bodies of the missing two persons. The bodies were recovered and transferred to the morgue for an autopsy. The crew incident statement was taken by harbor master and attending surveyors. The salvage plan was prepared by the appointed salvage company and was under underway.

Survivors will not leave Castellón until wages have paid

Thu Jun 10 11:36:29 CEST 2021 Timsen

The surviving crew members of the 'Nazmiye Ana' will not leave Castellón until they have received their compensation and salaries. All the crew members received wages below the agreement, but the Indians report worse treatment and more pressure. They are staying in a hotel in El Grao, with the support of the ITF-UGT Union and the assistance of Stella Maris, an international non-profit organization to support all seafarers in the world. The Nazmiye Ana had a crew of nine, among them three Indians, one Egyptian and four Turkish nationals. One 22-year-old man of Indian nationality, had disappeared when the ship capsized. The castaways were accommodated in a hotel in Grao, the expenses of which must be borne by the insurance company. Stella Maris provided them with a telephone so that they could contact their families, clothes and hygiene items for that first night; and later, transportation so they could buy the most essential items. The eight survivors contacted the Inspector of the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) in the area, JRG, who since then has provided support and assistance to the seafarers. The ITF filed a complaint with the Spanish Maritime Authority of the General Directorate of the Merchant Marine (DGMM)/Castellón Maritime Captaincy. As certified by JRG, there have been several breaches of the ILO Maritime Labuor Convention (International Labor Organization), in force since 2013 and ratified by Spain. Allegedly the Indian sailors had been forced to pay US $ 5,000 to Indian recruitment agencies to get on board the ship, which violates, among others, the rights of free access to the profession contained in the Maritime Labor Convention (Rule 1.4) Through the ITF, the sailors denounced the existence of salary debts and demanded compensation for the loss of the ship as well as the intimidation and harassment to which the seafarers were being subjected by the personnel of the Turkish shipping company, who repeatedly urged them not to claim their rights and tries to curtail the crewmembers' right to contact and receive advice from the ITF which verified that practically all the wages of the ship were well below the minimum established in international conventions. As they were paid in cash, when the ship capsized they lost everything they could have gained.

Port reopened, search continued

Tue Jun 01 11:25:44 CEST 2021 Timsen

The port of Castellón reopened to commercial traffic on May 30, while the missing stevedore was still being searched for, guaranteeing all the security conditions to be able to continue the SAR operations. Currently, the diving plan by the Underwater Activities Group of the Civil Guard and Salvamento Marítimo divers focused on the surroundings of the 'Nazmiye Ana'. A Civil Guard helicopter was deployed to inspect the water surface, and an underwater robot from the Jaume I University of Castellón and another of Salvamento Marítimo have been sent from La Coruña.

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