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          UAE, Mozambique explore boosting maritime cooperation

          Khalid Ibrahim Abdul Aziz Shuhail Al Qahtani, UAE Ambassador to Mozambique, recently met with Augusta de Fátima Charifo Maita, Minister of the Sea, Inland Waters, and Fisheries of Mozambique, where..

          Five seafarers remain stranded off UAE for four years

          Five seafarers have been abandoned off the coast of Umm Al Quwain, in the United Arab Emirates. They have not received wages for 32 months and forced to remain on the ship due to expired documents. ..

          UN resolution on keyworker seafarers

          UN General Assembly Resolution calls for seafarer key worker designation and implementation of crew change protocols; IMO Secretary-General urges priority vaccination. The United Nations General..

          New international employment rights for seafarers captured by pirates

          The introduction of new international employment rights for seafarers captured by pirates, comes into force on 26 December 2020. The amendment, comes during a resurgence of recently reported piracy..

          COVID-19 and the Straining U.S. Merchant Marine

          On July 29, 2020, the heads of three maritime unions – Marshall Ainley of the Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association, Don Marcus from the International Organization of Masters, Mate & Pilots, and..

          Hiring ship security personnel and armed guards - What you need to know

          Ship operators hire armed guards to countenance the potential use of lethal force to defend a vessel in extreme and proscribed circumstances. It’s a serious business and has potentially significant..

          The Challenge of COVID-19 for Floating Armouries

          1.2 million seafarers on more than 55,000 ships form the backbone of the global economy. The outbreak of COVID-19 threatened these supply lines and affected crew serving these ships. It is estimated..