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Commitment to quality pays off for Bahamas Maritime

Only 24 Bahamas Maritime Authority-flagged ships were detained in 2018, a remarkable achievement for a fleet of 1,500 vessels that is the result of a commitment to quality, said BMA’s CEO

Bahamas Maritime Authority has reported the lowest number of detentions ever recorded. This is the result of a commitment to monitoring performance of both vessels and management, CEO Capt Dwain Hutchinson explained

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