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The Liberian Registry Establishes Innovation & Energy Transition Team

The Maritime Executive 28 Feb 2024
The Liberian Registry, the world’s largest shipping registry, has furthered its commitment to the international shipping community by creating an Innovation & Energy Transition Team focused on reaching net-zero GHG emissions.
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Indian-classed fleet more than doubles since Putin’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine

Splash24/7 28 Feb 2024
Gabon, a small Central African nation on the Atlantic coast, for instance, was last year’s fastest-growing shipping registry, a growth trajectory that has been massively boosted in the opening weeks ...
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World’s fastest-growing ship register doubles in size in the space of one month

Splash24/7 27 Feb 2024
Gabon, a small Central African nation on the Atlantic coast, was last year’s fastest-growing shipping registry, a growth trajectory that has been massively boosted in the opening weeks of 2024 with the reflagging of a swathe of the Sovcomflot fleet.
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The Liberian Registry establishes energy transition team

SAFETY4SEA 27 Feb 2024
said Alfonso Castillero, Chief Executive Officer of the Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR) ... The initiative reflects the registry’s commitment to service excellence and sustainable shipping practices.
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Why does landlocked Eswatini have a ship registry?

Economist 22 Feb 2024
The website for the shipping registry of Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), established in October 2023, appears much like those of more established seafaring nations.
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Danish Shipping Says Plan to End�International Registry Would be Disastrous

The Maritime Executive 21 Feb 2024
Among the steps they listed in the proposal that they believe could save the government more than $300 million in direct subsidies, they called for the elimination of the Danish International Ship Registry.
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MOL and 123Carbon partner in carbon insetting trial

Seatrade Maritime News 21 Feb 2024
MOL is the first shipping company in the Asia - PacificGregion to issue carbon insets on the 123Carbon registry, after completing its issuance process, supported by Verifavia and AllChiefs as implementation partner.
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MOL Joins Carbon Insetting Platform 123Carbon

The Maritime Executive 21 Feb 2024
MOL is the first shipping company in the APAC region to issue carbon insets on the 123Carbon registry, after completing its robust issuance process, supported by Verifavia, as third-party assurance partner, and AllChiefs as implementation partner.
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'Financially unsustainable': American Queen Voyages shuts down, cancels future cruises

Commercial Appeal 21 Feb 2024
American Queen Voyages, a riverboat cruise line that operated in Memphis, has shut down ... All cruises have immediately ceased and future rides have been canceled ... The ship's port of registry remains in Memphis.
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'Financially unsustainable': American Queen Voyages shuts down, cancels all cruises

Commercial Appeal 21 Feb 2024
American Queen Voyages, a riverboat cruise line that operated in Memphis, has shut down ... All cruises have immediately ceased and future rides have been cancelled ... The ship's port of registry remains in Memphis.
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Is owner of £30million Sandbanks superyacht mysterious billionaire Hong Kong financier who loves...

The Daily Mail 21 Feb 2024
Instead, a spokesperson referred MailOnline to the Cayman Islands Shipping Registry which did not respond to requests for comment. Ship tracker records show that the Promise is currently moored in Hong Kong.
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Abandoned at sea, Part 1: Syrian crew stranded for two years at port in Libya

The Observers 16 Feb 2024
Part 1 focuses on a 97-metre cargo ship called the East Express, abandoned at a port in Libya since January 2022 ... Publicly available maritime registries like Marine Traffic and EQUASIS indicate that it was owned by Romania-based Mina Shipping Ltd.
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Singapore relaunches cadet training programme

Seatrade Maritime News 15 Feb 2024
However, programmes such as TMTA only go a small way to providing for the seafaring requirements of Singapore, which operates the world’s fifth largest ship registry, and the country continues to ...
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Russia’s Shadow Tanker Fleet Runs into Trouble

The Maritime Executive 13 Feb 2024
Among the main culprits are Indian companies that have set up suspect shipping registries in different ... And although it is land-locked, Laos has also suddenly become popular as a shipping registry.
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Cyprus will keep trying to send back 116 migrants to Lebanon

CyprusMail 13 Feb 2024
The minister said Lebanese authorities notified Cyprus that a boat registered under Lebanon’s ship registry had departed and may have been in danger. Cypriot authorities then carried out a search and rescue operation ... ....

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