The Notice of Availability for the US Coast Guard’s Maritime Security Directive 104-6 (Rev 5) is scheduled for publication in the Federal Register tomorrow (January 13th). My earlier speculation that Revision 5 increased the area of the Indian Ocean considered to be High Risk Waters is borne out by the advance copy of the Notice ferreted out by Cryptome,
Several issues need to be sorted out before technical shipmanagement can come to India in a big way
Viswa Lab reveals several peculiarities that lead to marine claims being wrongly settled
Danish delegation now in India for developing closer ties
There is no shortage of seafarers, only qualified ones according to ship owners and manning agents
Simulated all inclusive training for offshore now at Great Offshore Limited
On December 20th, the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Transport posted a Guidance Paper on Requirements for Internal and External Audit and Review of Security Plans for Maritime Industry Participants (MIPs).
New trend seen amongst ship builders and shipping companies to use NAPA software for design and operations of ships and offshore structure
Bharati Shipyard acquisition of Temba Shipyard will put the combined entity in a formidable position to offer cost-effective solution to their global and domestic customers.
NITleague helps to get exclusion from the 30-day rule
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