Latest News for: Ship registry


Video: Philippine Ferry Fire Kills At Least 31 with Search Continuing

The Maritime Executive 30 Mar 2023
The Mary Joy 3 was a small combination ferry and cargo ship registered in the Philippines ... The company started in the 1970s and reports it currently has a fleet of 25 vessels and “has become the dominant shipping operator in Western Mindanao.” The registry indicates they acquired the vessel in 2011.

UK pushes for ‘genuine link’ between vessels and flag states

Tradewinds 30 Mar 2023
... between vessels and flag states to tackle the growing problem of registry fraud.

New agreement aims to support seafarers’ welfare in Panama

SAFETY4SEA 28 Mar 2023
The importance of the relationship is enhanced, given that Panama is the world’s largest ship registry ... ..said Andrew Wright, Secretary General of The Mission to Seafarers ... 14,000 ships pass through the canal a year, so it’s important that someone keeps an eye on the seafarers. There are an incredible number of ships here in Panama ... ....

Stark County roundup: News from around the Canton region

The Suburbanite 26 Mar 2023
Canal Fulton library plans programs. CANAL FULTON – The Canal Fulton Public Library, 154 E ... Monday ... Tuesday ... Wednesday ... Friday ... Attendees are asked to bring a gift from the event’s Amazon or Target registries ... See the registries at Gifts may be shipped directly to the library or delivered in person the day of the shower ... .

Marshall Islands sets new milestone with QUALSHIP 21

Seatrade Maritime News 23 Mar 2023
The Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) Registry has set a new milestone by achieving 19 consecutive years on the United States Coast Guard’s (USCG’s) QUALSHIP 21 programme. The RMI says it is the only one of the world’s three largest registries to consistently achieve QUALSHIP 21 status ... Isle of Man Ship Registry retains US QUALSHIP 21 status.

Republic of the Marshall Islands Sets New QUALSHIP 21 Milestone: 19 Consecutive Years

Tanker Operator 22 Mar 2023
... registry, achieving an unprecedented 19 consecutive years on the United States Coast Guard’s (USCG’s) QUALSHIP 21 roster as noted during today’s INTERTANKO meeting in Connecticut which took place prior to the kick-off of the CMA Shipping Conference 2023.

‘Our neighbours want £3,000 or they’ll block our downsizing plan’

The Daily Telegraph 22 Mar 2023
Our Land Registry plan shows the garage within our title, but the patch of land behind the garage which we use as part of our rear garden is on the registered title of the next-door house ... But that ship has well and truly sailed and so a legal analysis of your position now and, as you request, an options appraisal is required.

Flag Administrators Denounce ITF’s Targeted Inspection Campaign

The Maritime Executive 21 Mar 2023
“The ITF’s campaign does not reflect the reality of the situation regarding PISR,” responds the Palau International Ship Registry (PISR), one of the four cited by the union ... Similarly, the International Ship Registry of Togo in its response to Tradewinds cited the number of ship registration requests it rejects.

Expo Maritime offers eye-opener for local maritime industry

The Manila Times 21 Mar 2023
While the option of a possible solution to the "EMSA problem" of the Philippine maritime industry was not specifically mentioned, it was clear from the presence and presentations during the flag state convention of top officials of the Panamanian flag state and the Liberia ship registry as well as delegates from the Marshall Islands ship registry.

Greek shipowners call for national registry to be strengthened

Seatrade Maritime News 20 Mar 2023
UGS President, Melina Travlos insists Greece needs a strong national registry as the flag represents the largest shipping power in the international fora and should not only maintain, but should strengthen, its dynamics. . To achieve this more steps need to be taken to encourage the entry of new modern ships on the national register.

Palau flag responds to ITF accusation

SAFETY4SEA 20 Mar 2023
Palau International Ship Registry (PISR) has issued a statement in response to ITF’s claims that were published last week and placed Palau’s registry flag amongst the four worst in the world. A stated by the PISR, ITF falsely and unreservedly targeted the Republic of Palau and its Ship Registry as one of the four worst flags.

Australia Bans Dutch Cargo Ship in Safety Crackdown

The Maritime Executive 20 Mar 2023
AMSA reports it detained the Flevogracht after the ship’s rescue boat engine was found to be defective ... The union’s inspections will be targeting ships operating under four international registries, which they contend are the worst offenders with a long track record of detentions and deficiencies identified during Port State inspections.

AI & AIS screening: Big data can have big impact on shipping’s sanctions risk management

Tradewinds 17 Mar 2023
The ship had allegedly engaged in a number of activities that could have raised red flags too, such ...

ITF Launches Inspection Barrage Targeting Substandard Shipping in Med

The Maritime Executive 16 Mar 2023
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) is launching a barrage of inspections on what could be up to 1,000 ships operating under four international registries in an effort to increase the focus on crew welfare, safety, and maintenance issues ... Many of these ships are dangerous and should not be trading.”.

Marshal Islands: Proper EPRIBS use is critical

SAFETY4SEA 13 Mar 2023
On the occasion, the Ship Registry reminds of India’s Directorate General of Shipping (DGS) iMerchant Shipping Notice No ... General EPIRB and EPRDs, including PLBs, that have a direct link to an RMI-flagged ship must be registered with the Administrator.

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