Posts tagged Maritime Industry

Asia Maritime Accident Report 2015

Marina Baru 2B

NL55 Asia Accident Report 2015 by Capt Francis Lansakara FNI LLM (specialist maritime law) hen the European Union is trying to find a solution to thousands of maritime casualties from refugee boats, the Asian countries face a different scenario from safety breaches of passenger ferries, specially those cruising within inland and coastal waters. The first […]

The Problem with Maritime Shipping To...

NL 54 The Problem with Maritime Shipping Today! Maritime Shipping registered vessel losses, 1997 and 2011

Maritime Labor Convention 2006

NL 53 Maritime Labor Convention 2006               ome points to avoid getting a non conformity or an observation during inspection. 1. These days the authorities are very keen on checking Excel sheets recording the hours of work and hours of rest. We must take into account provisions of STCW 2010 […]

UK Chamber: Yachts Need Professional ...

NL 51 UK Chamber peaking at the event, hosted by the International Hydrographic Association, Mr Platten argued that yachting was a vital part of the ‘maritime family’, and how the sector should work evermore closely with the UK Chamber. He said: “We are one maritime family. Whoever you are, whether you own the smallest yacht […]

“Knowledge is Power:” The Maritime In...

NL 50 “Knowledge is Power:” The Maritime Industry Needs more of Both, Right Now   The creator of the well known quote, “Knowledge is Power”, was Prince Machiavelli, a 6th century member of the Italian ruling classes. His words were more to do with the need to identify your enemies than education for his people. […]

Marine safety investigations & r...

Marine safety investigations & reports

NL49 Collision between Kota Wajar and the yacht Blazing Keel, Moreton Bay, Queensland on 6 July 2014 Investigation number: 311-MO-2014-006 Marine safety investigations: What happened? At about 0419 on 6 July 2014, in clear visibility, the container ship Kota Wajar collided with the yacht Blazing Keel in Moreton Bay. The ship was southbound in the […]

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