Safety & Security
Portsmouth, N.H., based Juliet Marine Systems, Inc., (JMS), a privately funded company, today announced plans to select a weapons integrator for GHOST, a high-speed attack craft specifically designed by JMS to protect waterways like the…
NATO is warning that the M/V LIQUID VELVET, a Marshall Islands flagged, Greek owned chemical tanker, may be being used as a pirate mothership.  It was last reported making way 120 nm off the coast…
In two months, the great, the good and the not-so-great-or-good will gather at the annual three-day jamboree of the Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA).  One of the hardy perennial topics is sure to be “the image…
The U.S. Navy has rescued the crew of an Iranian fishing vessel that had been used as a pirate mother ship and has detained 15 suspected pirates.At approximately 12:30 p.m, January 5, an SH-60S Seahawk…
In its recently published annual analysis Reflections 2012, The Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) examines the critical issues facing the shipping industry now and in the coming year. In the analysis, BIMCO emphasizes the…
After taking office January  1, new IMO Secretary-General Koji Sekimizu is making a number of changes in the structure of the IMO Secretariat.Sekimizu said: "The biggest challenge I see in the coming years, in terms…
The Justice Department announced today that Maersk Line Limited, Norfolk, VA, has agreed to pay the government $31.9 million to resolve allegations that it submitted false claims to the United States in connection with contracts…
The Coast Guard has announced the publication of a policy letter that exempts a number of mariners from the requirement to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential when renewing or obtaining a Coast Guard-issued merchant…
Italian shipowner Marnavi confirmed yesterday that its tanker Enrico Ievoli had been hijacked in position 18.3N - 57.6E.Marnavi said the M/T Enrico Ievoli was hijacked offshorethe Oman coastline while it was heading towards the randevouz…
Shipping lines should be in full compliance with the Manila amendments to International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers on January 1, 2012 or face stiff penalties, warns the International Chamber…
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