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Improved weather forecast systems will decrease marine casualties

IMO and the World Meteorological Organization conducted their first joint Symposium on Extreme Maritime Weather, focusing on the challenging weather conditions and how they affect the shipping industry, where WMO discussed the best practices and enhanced services for safety and risk reduction, emergency response, sustainable shipping practices and greater collection and sharing of ship observations. 

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Explaining High Seas Forecasts

NOAA's High Seas Forecasts are weather forecasts and data transmitted around the world in real- and near-real-time. These forecasts are aiming to make navigation safer, especially considering the fact that for centuries not much could be done to make shipping safe, because of weather unpredictability.

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National Hurricane Centre provides info on East Pacific Ocean forecast zones

TAFB, the National Hurricane Centre's Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch, published a detailed five-day marine weather forecasts concerning the offshore waters of Mexico, Central America, Colombia and Ecuador. The new areas reflect an unprecedented increase in predicted lead-time and detail. Such improvements should promote better decision making by ship captains and crew in hurricane-prone waters.

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Tribunal decides on what is a good weather description

As Steamship Mutual informs, according to a recent reported arbitration, a Tribunal considered a good weather description which referred to both Douglas sea state and significant wave height in a charterparty performance warranty. The parties agreed that it was difficult to reconcile 'significant wave height' and 'douglas sea state'. However, they disagreed on how the two phrases could be read together.

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