The US port of San Diego has formally agreed to coordinate with the US Navy to prepare for potential impacts of sea level rise. At its meeting on 8 May, the Board of Commissioners authorized a Memorandum of Agreement with Commander Navy Region Southwest, the first of its kind between the US navy and a West Coast port.
RMI Administrator issued a marine advisory to underline the importance of ensuring awareness of the requirements for completing and submitting RMI ‘Critical Items Checklist’, and ensuring that it accurately reflects the status of the critical items, to avoid unsafe conditions onboard RMI-flagged ships.
The USCG Office of Port and Facility Compliance issued its “2016 Year in Review” report, which summarizes its implementation and enforcement of maritime safety, security, and stewardship regulations and policies as regards US ports and facilities.
- Maritime Health
Experts issue COVID-19 recommendations to maintain safety on cruise ships22/09/2020
Mexican authorities confiscate ship linked to fuel theft22/09/2020
Japan to continue search for livestock carrier22/09/2020
Port of Antwerp to digitalize containers' release22/09/2020
- Green Shipping
DNV GL's Maritime Forecast 2050 focuses on the energy transition22/09/2020
CCS: Building new industrial partnerships vital for sustainable future22/09/2020
Three consecutive armed robberies against ships in Manila Anchorage22/09/2020
Cruise industry files petition to US CDC concerning the "no sail" order22/09/2020
Fuel cargo imports increase at Port of LA22/09/2020
Watch: First tugboat sailing autonomously the most optimal route22/09/2020