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PANAMANIAN ADMINISTRATION INTRODUCED NEW REQUIREMENTS REGARDING MEDICAL CERTIFICATES
The requirements for the Medical Certificate form has changed. Please be advised that Panamanian Administration from the now on will not accept Medical Certificates issued on Panamanian blanks unless the certificate was issued in Panama by Panamanian doctor.
18/06/2018 read more...
NEW SOLAS REGULATION II-2 10.4 - COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT FOR FIRE-FIGHTERS
TO OWNERS/MANAGERS/OPERATORS! SOLAS Regulation II-2/10 regarding fire fighters’ communication was amended by IMO Resolution MSC 338(91). This resolution added paragraph 10.4 to clarify that “a minimum of two (2) two-way portable radiotelephone apparatus for each fire party for fire-fighter’s communication shall be carried on board.
19/03/2018 read more...
ATTENTION! TANZANIA BANNES THE REGISTRATION FOR FOREIGN VESSELS!
Ship owners, operators and managers who have the vessels registered under the flag of Tanzania or intend to make an application for a registration under the before mentioned flag should consider changing the flag of their vessels to another legal maritime international registry in order to avoid arrests of their vessels in different countries and their registration under the flag of Tanzania through pseudo-registrars operating allegedly on behalf of the Maritime Administration of Tanzania.
24/01/2018 read more...
Jamaica is candidature to the IMO Council
Jamaica will, this year, be seeking re-election to the Council of the London-based International Maritime Organization (IMO). The country will be submitting its candidature to the Council’s Category ‘C’ for the 2018-2019-election period. Elections will be held during the 30th Regular Session of the IMO Assembly in London from November 27 to December 8, 2017.
22/03/2017 read more...
BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT CONVENTION ENTERS INTO FORCE
TO OWNERS/MANAGERS/OPERATORS! Ballast Water Management Convention was ratified in February 2004 and will enter into force on the 8th of September 2017. This Convention contains regulations for the control and management of ships ballast water and sediments with aimed to the prevention of transportation of undesirable microorganisms and pathogens through the ballast water. This Convention applies to all ships in international trade including submersibles, floating craft, floating platforms, FSUs and FPSOs
16/03/2017 read more...
THE 2014 AMENDMENTS TO THE MLC, 2006.CIRCULAR BY MARITIME ADMINISTRATION OF BELIZE
The new MLC,2006 amendments in regards to Regulation 2.5 regarding Repatriation and Regulation 4.2 regarding Shipowner’s Liability which came into force on January 18th, 2017 all owners/operators/managers are required to apply to insurance companies servicing your vessels.In order to ensure the compliance of the vessels with the new amendments, the Maritime Administration of Belize issued a Circular on the introduction of standards for financial security into effect.
15/03/2017 read more...
Opening of Samoa Maritime Authority & Administration Designated Office in Ukraine
Opening of SAMOA Maritime Authority & Administration Designated Office in UKRAINE. We are pleased to inform you that in December 2016 our Company has been authorized as Designated Office of Ascent Navals Register, Samoa Maritime Authority & Administration, Ministry of Works, Transport & Infrastructure in Ukraine.The Company is fully authorized to provide the registration of all the types of vessels , including the fishing vessels, pleasure and commercial yachts and the issuance of all appropriate certificates and licenses.
30/01/2017 read more...
Discount on Initial Registration Fee (Sierra Leone Flag)
100% discount on Initial Registration Fee for all vessels will be registered under Sierra Leone Flag until the end of the year.
16/01/2017 read more...
THE 2014 AMENDMENTS TO THE MARITIME LABOUR CONVENTION (MLC, 2006)
The Special Tripartite Committee of the International Labour Organization adopted the amendments to the Consolidated ILO Convention, 2006(MLC, 2006) to guarantee financial security to seafarers.The 2014 amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 will come into force on 18 January 2017.
18/11/2016 read more...
Wreck Remowal Certificate in accordance with the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal Wrecks
International Maritime Organization (IMO) has announced that the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal Wrecks will enter into force on April 14, 2015. Convention applies to all the vessels (including fishing vessels and commercial yachts) of 300 GT or above registered in a State Party. Ships flying flag of a country that is not a State Party to the Convention will be required to obtain WRC certificate from a relevant authority in a State Party.
26/03/2015 read more...
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