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  •   Fiji has agreed to sign the Port State Measures, a United Nations Treaty and administered by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN, aimed at stamping out illegal fishing. Fiji will now be able to take measures in detecting illegal fishing, stopping illegally caught fish being...
  •   A cargo vessel entering the Port of Richards Bay with dummy lookouts aboard, has raised a number of questions. This anti-piracy technique has been implemented for some years by smaller bulk vessels which are easier targets for pirates. It has been reported that Somali pirates are likely...
  •   Miami — despite a massive dredge project that was completed in 2015, PortMiami still isn’t wide enough in some areas to accommodate large vessels, making it hard for cargo and cruise ships to navigate its channels. The problem with the dredge completed in 2015: timing, said Port...
  • A Japanese-built, 30-something year-old rescue vessel is probably one of the last things you would expect to find moored in the depths of Malta’s port facilities. In the Sea-Watch 3 however that is exactly what you would find. Climbing on board and looking around the ship soon brings one to...
  •   Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor noted in her maiden policy address that the Hong Kong Maritime and Port Board (HKMPB) has been formulating comprehensive strategies to promote development of Hong Kong’s maritime and high-end shipping services industry. This is to consolidate the...
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