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1 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION 4 ALBERT EMBANKMENT LONDON SE1 7SR Telephone: Fax: IMO E Ref. T2-MSS/2.4.3 FAL.2/Circ July 2006 REPORTS ON STOWAWAY INCIDENTS (April to June 2006) 1 Reference is made to FAL.2/Circ.50/Rev.1 of 9 November 1999 adopted by the Facilitation Committee at its twenty-seventh session (6 to 10 September 1999). 2 In pursuance of the provisions of resolution A.871(20) Guidelines on the Allocation of Responsibilities to Seek the Successful Resolution of Stowaway Cases, by means of which Governments were invited to develop, in co-operation with the industry, comprehensive strategies to prevent intending from gaining access to ships, the Facilitation Committee invited Member Governments and organizations to provide the Organization, on a monthly basis, with:.1 statistical data on stowaway incidents which occurred since the date of adoption of FAL.2/Circ.50/Rev.1, using the reporting format presented in the annex; and.2 information on their experience gained with the Guidelines and the measures taken for, and obstacles encountered with, their implementation. 3 Member Governments and organizations were further invited to encourage shipping companies, shipowners, ship operators, ship masters and industry organizations concerned to report, in the aforementioned format, any relevant information, for the purpose of assisting the Facilitation Committee in its further work on the Guidelines. The reporting party may submit any relevant information collected to either Member Governments or organizations for onward transmission to the Organization. 4 Attached is information received since March The total number of stowaway incidents reported to the Organization, from March 2006 to July 2006 is 96 incidents involving The total number of stowaway incidents so far reported to the Organization, from January 1998 to July 2006 is 2,628 involving 8,048. *** I:\CIRC\FAL\02\96.doc

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3 ANNEX Stowaways incidents reported by Member States or organizations in consultative status ANNEX Page 1 1 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 03/01/ Iranian * 2 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 17/01/ Iranian (3) Afghan (7) * 3 IKARUS PALACE 30, Patras, 23/01/ Iranian (2) Iraqi (6) * 4 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 23/01/ /01/ Afghan (2) Iraqi (1) Albanian (2) * ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

4 ANNEX Page 2 5 IKARUS PALACE 30, Patras, 30/01/ Afghan (6) Iraqi (2) Iranian (1) * 6 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 31/01/ Afghan 7 SAFINA General cargo ship Panama 4, /02/2006 Gioia Tauro, 2 Algerian 8 IKARUS PALACE 30, Patras, 03/02/ Albanian * 9 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 06/02/ Iraqi ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

5 ANNEX Page 3 10 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 07/02/ Afghan 11 NAVETRAILER 11, Corinto, 07/02/ Afghan 12 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 09/02/ Afghan (1) Iranian (1) Ghanaian (1) 13 IKARUS PALACE 30, Patras, 10/02/ Afghan 14 IKARUS PALACE 30, Patras, 13/02/ Afghan ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

6 ANNEX Page 4 15 CIELO TRAILER 6, Corinto, 14/02/ Afghan (5) Palestinian (2) 16 ARIADNE PALACE 28, Igoumenitsa, 25/02/ Afghan 17 KRITI II 27, Igoumenitsa, 06/03/ Afghan 18 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 07/03/ Afghan 19 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 07/03/ Afghan (5) Albanian (1) ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

7 ANNEX Page 5 20 KRITI II 27, Igoumenitsa, 10/03/ Somali 21 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 11/03/ Afghan 22 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 11/03/ Afghan 23 SOPHOCLES V 29, Patras, 12/03/ Afghan (1) Iranian (1) Iraqi (1) 24 SOPHOCLES V 29, Igoumenitsa, 15/03/ Iranian ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

8 ANNEX Page 6 25 IRAKUS PALACE 30, Patras, 17/03/ Afghan 26 SOPHOCLES V 29, Igoumenitsa, 19/03/ Somali 27 IRAKUS PALACE 30, Patras, 20/03/ Afghan (2) Tunisian (1) 28 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 21/03/ Afghan 29 IRAKUS PALACE 30, Patras, 24/03/ Afghan (5) (of) Bangladesh (1) ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

9 ANNEX Page 7 30 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 25/03/ Afghan 31 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 25/03/ Albanian 32 SOPHOCLES V 29, Igoumenitsa, 26/03/ Sudanese (1) Algerian (1) Tunisian (2) 33 KRITI II 27, Igoumenitsa, 27/03/ Afghan (8) Iraqi (4) 34 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 28/03/ Afghan (3) (of) Bangladesh (1) ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

10 ANNEX Page 8 35 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 28/03/ Iraqi 36 SOPHOCLES V 29, Igoumenitsa, 29/03/ Albanian (1) Afghan (2) 37 KRITI II 27, Igoumenitsa, 31/03/ Moldovan 38 IKARUS PALACE 30, Patras, 31/03/ Afghan (1) Moldovan (1) 39 ARIADNE PALACE 28, Igoumenitsa, 02/04/ Afghan (1) Non-specified (1) ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

11 ANNEX Page 9 40 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 02/04/ Moldovan 41 KRITI II 27, Igoumenitsa, 03/04/ Afghan 42 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 04/04/ Albanian 43 LEFKA ORI 29, Patras, 08/04/ Afghan 44 SOPHOCLES V 29, Igoumenitsa, 09/04/ Afghan ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

12 ANNEX Page KRITI II 27, Igoumenitsa, 10/04/ Iraqi 46 IKARUS PALACE 30, Patras, 10/04/ Afghan 47 KRITI II 27, Igoumenitsa, 10/04/ Slovene 48 PASIPHAE PALACE 29, Patras, 18/04/ Afghan 49 SOPHOCLES V 29, Igoumenitsa, 26/04/ Pakistani ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

13 ANNEX Page SVENDBORG MAERSK 91, /08/2005 Rotterdam, Netherlands 1 Reference: AC/2005/3167 and MVS Stowaway was found dead in a container msku landed in Rotterdam 51 TOVE MAERSK 16, /02/2005 Abidjan, Côte d'ivoire 12/02/2005 Dakar, Senegal 1 Nigerian Nationality of stowaway was confirmed with the Nigerian Embassy. Travel document was provided to the to allow disembarkation in Dakar. 6 days on board 52 CECILIE MAERSK 20, /04/2005 Abidjan, Côte d'ivoire 20/04/2005 Cotonou, Benin 1 1 day on board 53 THOMAS MAERSK 18, /04/2005 Dakar, Senegal 22/04/2005 Dakar, Senegal 1 Senegalese Stowaways was discovered after the ship's departure. The ship return to anchorage.. Same day disembarkation 54 AGNETE MAERSK 14, /05/2005 Onne, Nigeria 30/05/2005 Lagos, Nigeria 2 South African Stowaways were fouhd on board of the ship. 24 days on board ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

14 ANNEX Page TINGLEV MAERSK 18, /08/2005 Takoradi, Ghana 30/08/2005 Algeciras, Algeria 1 Ghanaian 8 days on board 56 CLARA MAERSK 18, /10/2005 Abidjan, Côte d'ivoire 02/11/2005 Vigo, Spain 1 Ghanaian Stowaway was discovered on gangway. 10 days on board 57 AGNETE MAERSK 14, /12/2005 Dakar, Senegal 17/12/2005 Dakar, Senegal 1 Chadian Stowaway was found during anchor operations. 12 days on board 58 SANTA MONICA 21, /01/2006 Skikda, Algeria 05/01/2006 Skikda, Algeria 1 Algerian Stowaway was spotted on deck by a crew member. As the stowaway was being escorted, he managed to free himself and ran away. Skikda Port Control was informed. Searching the berth one person was found without port authorization and was arrested. It was ascertained, after investigation, that he boarded the ship using mooring ropes. 1 day on board ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

15 ANNEX Page CMA CGM HUDSON Panama 13, /01/2006 Lisbon, Portugal 2 Romanian Stowaways were discovered inside a sealed container while the ship was on route to New York. Officers of the Coast Guard inspected the vessel while remained on board because their passports had expired. The first Italian port of call was Caligari, on 07/02/2006, where Italian Frontier Authorities had issued a "noacceptance decree" denying access to Italian territory. On 08/02/2006 the ship arrived at Livorno port, where the Master indicated that escaped in spite of taken sufficient security measures. Stowaways were accommodated in one two beds-cabins and well secured by a mechanically closing system of the window and door and by a watchman posted outside. During the inspection it was verified that the applicable requirements of the circular were provided 60 MANA General cargo ship Panama 11, /01/2006 Djibouti, Djibouti 2 Ethiopian Stowaways were discovered hidden in hold No days on board ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

16 ANNEX Page BAY BRIDGE General cargo ship 34, /01/2006 Kaoshiung Port, 1 a) Route: Kaoshiung - Hong Kong (China) - Yantian (China) b) The stowaway was removed from Hong Kong by the same vessel on 26/01/2006 Hong Kong, China One day on board 62 SUPERFAST V 32, /01/2006 Patrasso, 29/01/2006 Ancona, 1 Afghan 63 ATLANTIC EXPRESS General cargo ship 17, /02/2006 Richards Bay, South Africa 2 Sudanese Stowaways were discovered hidden in a hold. 31 days on board 64 CIRENE STAR Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 5, /02/2006 Algier, Algeria 14/02/2006 La Spezia, 1 Lebanese Stowaway was first seen in cargo hold by ship's crew during cargo operation. Immigration Police inspected the ship and discovered the stowaway hidden in an empty container. Stowaway was repatriated ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

17 ANNEX Page PRIMROSE Cyprus 12, /02/2006 Oostende, 13/02/2006 Oostende, Ramsgate, United Kingdom 1 Moroccan Stowaway was discovered on cardeck before the ferry arrived at Ramsgate. The ferry with the stowaway arrived in Oostende on the 13/02/2006 at 19.00hrs Same day disembarkation 66 HUAL PARIS Norway 57, /02/2006 Durban, South Africa 26/02/2006 Fremantle, Australia 18/06/2006 Port Reunion, Reunion Island, 1 Tanzanian 14 days on board Norway 67 LARKSPUR Bahamas 14, /02/2006 Oostende, 22/02/2006 Oostende, Ramsgate, United Kingdom 2 Moldovan Stowaways were discovered on cardeck before the ferry arrived at Ramsgate. The ferry with the arrived in Oostende on the 22/02/2006 at 14.30hrs. Same day disembarkation 68 OS RIZE Bahamas 8, /02/2006 Algiers, Algeria 27/02/2006 Annabah, Algeria 9 Algerian Stowaways were discovered on board of the ship on route from Algiers (Algeria) to Cagliari () on 23/02/2006. The ship arrived in Cagliary on 25/02/2006. The local Maritime Police issued a "no-acceptance decree" denying acces to Italian territory. Stowaways remained on board waiting for the next intended voyage to Annabah (Algeria) ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

18 ANNEX Page CHODZIEZ Malta 15, /02/2006 Algiers, Algeria 7 Moroccan Stowaways were discovered hidden in a container. 4 days on board 70 SORAYA Morocco 24, /03/2006 Casablanca, Morocco 4 Moroccan Stowaways were discovered by the ship's crew hidden into a sealed full loaded 40' container (INBU seal No stow.pos140712). Immigration Police searched the ship on 3 March. Stowaways were kept on board for disembarkation in another port 71 GRANDE ARGENTINA Sweden 26, /03/2006 Lagos, Nigeria 3 n Stowaways were discovered on deck days on board 72 CONTI EXPRESS Cyprus 17, /03/2006 Durban, South Africa 25/03/2006 Antwerp, 1 Burundian Stowaway was discovered hidden in the engine room. 9 days on board 73 MARIE DELMAS General cargo ship Bahamas 26, /03/2006 Dakar, Senegal 1 Ghanaian Stowaways was discovered on deck. 28 days on board ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

19 ANNEX Page JAN DLUGOSZ General cargo ship Cyprus 15, /03/2006 Matadi, Congo 08/04/2006 Antwerp, 08/04/2006 Antwerp, 3 Togolese (1) Malian (1) (1) Stowaways were discovered hidden in ventilation room of hold. Two escaped and one was arrested in Merksplas. Waiting for embarkation when he same ship returns to Antwerp. 32 days on board 75 HÖEGH TREASURE Bahamas 58, /03/2006 Durban, South Africa 22/03/2006 Fremantle, Australia 1 Kenyan * Norway 76 OLEANDER Cyprus 13, /03/2006 Oostende, 13/03/2006 Ramsgate, United Kingdom 1 Palestinian Stowaway was discovered on cardeck before the ferry arrived at Ramsgate. The ferry with the stowaway arrived in Oostende on the 13/03/2006 at 08.30hrs. 1 day on board 77 HÖEGH TRACER Norway 33, /03/2006 Lagos, Nigeria 21/03/2006 Port Elizabeth, South Africa 1 Nigerian Stowaway was discovered at Port Elizabeth. According to the stowaway's statement, he stowed away in a rudder trunk together with five other people, four of them fell off during the voyage and one jumped off whilst the ship was awaiting pilot at Port Elizabeth. The ship reports that there were no traces of the other five. The stowaway will be repriated to Lagos. 9 days on board Norway ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

20 ANNEX Page NORTHERN STAR Cyprus /03/2006 Rades Port, Tunisia 15/03/2006 Livorno Port, 1 Tunisian Stowaway was discovered into the L.T.M. terminal, near quay No. 19 where the ship was berthed. The PFSO of the terminal informed the Livorno Harbour Master. The port Immigration Police identified the stowaway and denied him access to Italian territory. Frontier Police requested the ship commander of the Northen Star to ensure that the stowaway was repatriated. Italian Coast Guard ordered the port facility personnel to intensify controls of berth No HANSA LUBECK Refrigerated cargo ship 10, /03/2006 Santa Marta, Colombia 2 Cuban Stowaways were discovered on deck 2A. 13 days on board 80 ABLE F. Malta 6, /03/2006 Lattakia, Syrian Arab Republic 1 Palestinian * 81 MAERSK FAWLEY United Kingdom 9, /03/2006 Algiers, Algeria 22/03/2006 Cagliari, 7 Algerian Stowaways were discovered hidden one container. When they arrived at the port facility, they opened the container from inside and escaped. Local Police initiated a search for the ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

21 ANNEX Page CSCL ROTTERDAM 39, /03/2006 Shanghai, China 04/05/2006 Seattle, United States 22 Chinese Stowaways (18 men and 4 women) allegedly entered the container prior to the ship's loading at Shanghai Port. The were spotted in Seattle by private port security personnel, when they were wandering in a cargo area. Prior to arriving in Seattle, the ship also loaded cargo in Ningbo, China, and Busan, Republic of Korea. Port personnel contacted Homeland Security and ICE agents. After completion of initial interviews, the were transported to ICE detention facilities in Seattle pending review of their cases. 14 days on board 83 BACOLINER 3 Barge carrier 22, /03/2006 Takoradi, Ghana 2 n Stowaways were discovered hidden in barge days on board. 84 MALAGASY General cargo ship Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 8, /04/2006 Douala, Cameroon 28/04/2006 Gent, 26/04/2006 Nordenhorn, Netherlands 2 Cameroonian * ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

22 ANNEX Page PRIMROSE Cyprus 12, /04/2006 Oostende, 06/04/2006 Oostende, Ramsgate, United Kingdom 3 Moroccan (1) Palestinian (2) Stowaways were discovered on cardeck before the ferry arrived at Ramsgate. The ferry with the arrived in Oostende on the 06/04/2006 at 21.50hrs. 1 day on board 86 GARDENIA Cyprus 8, /04/2006 Oostende, 06/04/2006 Oostende, Ramsgate, United Kingdom 1 Iraqi Stowaways was discovered on cardeck before the ferry arrived at Ramsgate. The ferry with the stowaway arrived in Oostende on the 06/04/2006 at 21.30hrs. Same day disembarkation 87 TALISMAN Norway 67, /04/2006 Zeebrugge, 25/06/2006 Baltimore, United States 1 Iraqi Stowaway embarked by hiding in a car during loading operations at Zeebrugge. Asylum application was denied by Authorities. The stowaway has stayed both in the United Kingdom and in. Stowaway stated that he planned to stowaway from Zeebrugge to the United Kingdom port, but he did not realize that the ship was bound directly for the United States. The classification society DNV and the USCG did not reveal any breaches in the vessel's Security Management System upon survey in Baltimore on 25/04/ days on board Norway ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

23 ANNEX Page GARDENIA Cyprus 8, /04/2006 Oostende, 20/04/2006 Oostende, Ramsgate, United Kingdom 1 Albanian Stowaway was discovered on cardeck before the ferry arrived at Ramsgate. The ferry with the stowaway arrived in Oostende on the 20/04/2006 at 21.45hrs. Same day disembarkation 89 RASILL General cargo ship Cyprus 2, /04/2006 Zeebrugge, 01/05/2006 Zeebrugge, 30/04/2006 Rotterdam, Netherlands 2 Russian Stowaways were found hidden in a container during the crossing from Zeebrugge () to Rotterdam (Netherland) on the 29/04/2006. The ship with the arrived in Zeebrugge on the 01/05/2006 at 10:25hrs. 3 days on board 90 PRIDE OF YORK United Kingdom 31, /05/2006 Zeebrugge, 06/05/2006 Zeebrugge, 05/05/2006 Hull, United Kingdom 7 Indian Stowaways were found on deck during the crossing from Zeebrugge () to Hull (United Kingdom). The British Immigration Authority sent the back to Zeebrugge on board of the Pride of York. The ship with the arrived in the port of Zeebrugge () on the 06/05/2006 at around 08:00hrs. 3 days on board 91 EUROVOYAGER Cyprus 12, /05/2006 Oostende, 09/05/2006 Oostende, Ramsgate, United Kingdom 2 Romanian Stowaways were found on cardeck before the ferry arrived at Ramsgate. The ferry with the arrived in Oostende on the 09/05/2006 at 14:40hrs Same day disembarkation ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

24 ANNEX Page BEZA General cargo ship Portugal 2, /05/2006 Safi, Morocco 3 Moroccan (2) Mauritanian (1) Stowaways were found hidden in hold No days on board 93 NEDLLOYD JULIANA 26, /06/2006 Capetown, South Africa 20/06/2006 Singapore, Singapore 1 Tanzanian Stowaway was found hidden in the port lifeboat during routine inspection and safety check, after the ship departed from Port Elizabeth on route to Singapore. The stowaway boarded the ship via aft mooring lines during the ship's port of call in Capetown. He made two previous failed attempts to escape poverty and unemployment in his country of origin. The stowaway claimed that a 2nd person attempted to board via the mooring lines, but fell into water, was rescued and subsequently arrested by local authorities. 16 days on board 94 SAAD Morocco 2, /08/2006 Algiers, Algeria 2 Algerian Stowaways were discovered hidden in a sealed container by ship's crew before the vessel arrived to Algiers port at the loading terminal. Immigration Police inspected the ship on 10 February and were kept on board. to Algeria on 19 February on La Spezia ship ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

25 ANNEX Page BARCELONA BRIDGE Conntainer ship 04/08/2006 Passage of Panama Canal, Panama 41, /09/2006 Panama 4 Colombian Stowaways were discovered by the crew after transit of Panama Canal. They stated they boarded the ship during night time. Stowaways were turned over to Panamanian Immigration officers. 1 day on board 96 LUZON STRAIT Refrigerated cargo ship 14, /08/2006 Moin, Costa Rica 05/15/2006 Moin, Costa Rica 1 Costa Rican Stowaway was discovered in deck house No. 1 while the ship was on the high seas on route to Philadelphia, United States. USCG agents were immediately informed. Stowaway was arrested and repatriated ** The following information can be provided when available: Particular data on embarkation, presence on board, reason for failed disembarkation, disembarkation, repatriation and legal status of

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