28 novembre 2022
24 November 2022
Following a technical incident, the ocean-going tug Apollo Sun has been immobilised in the Joannès Couvert dock at Le Havre.
Members of the Seamen's Club team are taking action to help the crew as best they can during this unforeseen extended stop over.
Already, the Seamen's Club has presented a woolly hat and jacket to each crew member.
As a contribution to the seafarers' comfort, Club employees have offered them a batch of pastries.
The seamen's Club has welcomed the ship's entire crew into its premises.The President of the Seamen's Club and the local ITF Inspector have assured the seafarers of their support.
Further actions are planned during the undetermined duration of this "forced" stop over.
One project: To supply the 6 crew members of the Apollo Sun with warm clothing.
Seafarers from the Apollo Sun, immobilised in the port of Le Havre, are welcomed into the premises of the Seamen's Club and given support by various associations in Le Havre.
The Apollo Sun, immobilised dockside in Le Havre on 23 November 2022.
In this way, since 26 November, the organisation "Le Havre de Culture(s)" has, in turn, taken action to support the crew of this ship immobilised in Le Havre.
"Le Havre de Culture(s)" has provided the crew of the Apollo Sun with part of this season's production: Butternuts, squash, onions, beetroot.
Nota: "Le Havre de Culture(s)" 's aim as an association is to encourage the creation of allotments inspired by agro-ecology. The population covered by the association includes HLM tenants, schools as well as individuals.