Three foreign seamen died aboard a Greek-owned and flagged freighter in the Mexican port of Veracruz on Friday, apparantly from asphyxiation. The "Sea Wave", owned by Piraeus-based Harbor Shipping & Trading, was docked at the port of Veracruz to unload. grain in Veracruz .
The ship had a 29-member crew on board, of which six are Greeks.
Mexican authorities have ruled out criminal action, injury or poisoning in the deaths.
The three seamen -- two Salvadorean welders and a Nicaraguan sailor -- were found dead between the first and second hold, in a space that was exceptionally hot.