Maritime Safety News Today

SA provides refuge for ships in storms
Independent Online – Cape Town,South Africa
Saleem Modak of the South African Maritime Safety Authority (Samsa) said on Sunday he was not sure of the exact number of ships that had asked Samsa for

Seatrade seeks industry’s best
AME Info (press release) – United Arab Emirates
Nominations have opened for the prestigious annual regional awards recognising maritime safety and environment, ship and port operations and security,

Coastguard warns on sea equipment
BBC News – UK
Judith McNeice, of the Belfast Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre, said: “Fortunately, their mobile telephone had reception and we were able to request

Days to weeks, weeks to months – a promise goes to water
Sydney Morning Herald – Sydney,New South Wales,Australia
The Opposition’s transport spokeswoman, Gladys Berejiklian, said yesterday the wharf had been decaying on the seabed – denied by NSW Maritime – and

Woodside Natural Gas Announces US Maritime Agreement – USA
“We are dedicated to the highest level of safety and security for our project, and US flagging is consistent with that commitment.” In taking this action,


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