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Viewpoint: A flag for your convenience

Cost — above all — is what is driving how companies are making the decision upon which they pick a flag authority with whom to register their ship

International United Kingdom

Greek shipowner rejects union’s ‘starving crew’ claim

The Greek owner of the vessel vehemently denies allegations and plans to take legal action against the ITF

Australia Dry Bulk

Registries criticised for Aquarius de-flagging

Human Rights at Sea report argues that ship registries submitted to political pressure when delisting the rescue vessel

Gibraltar Italy

Eastern Pacific tanker released by militia in Cameroon

The tanker had been captured by a local charterer and an armed militia at the Sonara refinery in Cameroon

Cameroon Crewing

UN Security Council turns spotlight on maritime crime

The UN security council hears that piracy has become more sophisticated and threatens life on land

Piracy and Security Safety

Scorpio investigates stabbing on product tanker

The vessel was en route to Singapore from Russia when the incident occurred, the company says

Tankers and Gas Crewing

Three crew abducted off Nigeria

The reported attack on the landing craft happened about 135 nautical miles southwest of Brass

Nigeria Piracy and Security

Stable crews might be a better way forward

Stable crewing is more expensive in the short term but would pay off in the long run, a Solent University conference is told. However, without a rethinking of crew management, the current model of randomly assigning seafarers will continue

Europe United Kingdom

Maersk to cut British and South African cadet intake

All cadets will be ‘given the opportunity to complete their contractual training period to qualify as an officer of the watch, enabling them to meet international employment terms’, Big Blue argues

Europe Denmark
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