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Latest From Stephen Askins
The Nave Andromeda’s master did the right thing to send out a mayday call to deal with threats from the seven stowaways that imperilled the product tanker’s safe navigation. Whether the men were exercising ‘control’ of the ship by the use or threat of force, and what this constitutes, will be central to any prosecution
When it comes to employing armed guards in the HRA, UK-flagged ships are out of kilter with the rest of the world fleet
Is it time for ITLOS to have its mandate increased to allow crew members’ own countries to intervene on their behalf?
Playing the waiting game to get ’prices’ down is more costly financially as well as ethically
It is worth highlighting the analysis of the last 60 attacks on shipping as reported by a leading maritime risk analysis company
SAFETY standards in the marine and energy sectors have steadily improved over recent years. However, fatal accidents remain a risk; and the consequences for companies of a blameworthy death are about to become much more serious.