The Maritime Advocate–Issue 768

IN THIS ISSUE 1. Your New Year Quiz 2. No “no crew change” clauses says IMO 3. IACS reorganises 4. New rules on cyber 5. Mission to Seafarers fundraiser 6. IBC Code amendments 7. Maritime Labour Convention changes 8. Sanctions and penalties 9. Moving vaccines 10. Christmas cheer Notices & Miscellany Readers’ responses to our …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 767

IN THIS ISSUE 1. Pushing the boundaries 2. ONE Apus footage 3. Heroes at Sea tribute 4. ITIC warning on emails 5. UAE legal changes 6. New Baltic investor service 7. Negligible risk of ship evasion?  8. Young freight forwarder award 9. Counterfeit chart warning 10. New KR class rules for LNG 11. Puget Sound …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 766

IN THIS ISSUE 1. Remember your friends 2. ‘Unjust’ demurrage fees 3. Arbitrators’ duty of disclosure 4. Does European ship recycling tick the boxes? 5. Assisting the assisters 6. New insurance facility 7. BIMCO to open London office 8. Cargo ventilation focus 9. Wellbeing survey 10. Tackling emissions 11. Arctic approach 12.Navigating the future 13.Women …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 765

Issue 765 November 20th, 2020   SUBSCRIBE click here | UNSUBSCRIBE click here Editor: Sandra Speares | Email: contactus@themaritimeadvocate.com The Maritime Advocate is free to readers and is entirely supported by advertisers and sponsors. A banner advertisement represents excellent value so please consider using us whenever you have a commercial message to place. Email us …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 764

Issue 764 November 6th, 2020   SUBSCRIBE click here | UNSUBSCRIBE click here Editor: Sandra Speares | Email: contactus@themaritimeadvocate.com The Maritime Advocate is free to readers and is entirely supported by advertisers and sponsors. A banner advertisement represents excellent value so please consider using us whenever you have a commercial message to place. Email us …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 763

Issue 763 October 24th, 2020   SUBSCRIBE click here | UNSUBSCRIBE click here Editor: Sandra Speares | Email: contactus@themaritimeadvocate.com The Maritime Advocate is free to readers and is entirely supported by advertisers and sponsors. A banner advertisement represents excellent value so please consider using us whenever you have a commercial message to place. Email us …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 762

    Issue 762 October 9th, 2020   SUBSCRIBE click here | UNSUBSCRIBE click here Editor: Sandra Speares | Email: contactus@themaritimeadvocate.com The Maritime Advocate is free to readers and is entirely supported by advertisers and sponsors. A banner advertisement represents excellent value so please consider using us whenever you have a commercial message to place. …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 761

Issue 761 September 25th, 2020   SUBSCRIBE click here | UNSUBSCRIBE click here Editor: Sandra Speares | Email: contactus@themaritimeadvocate.com The Maritime Advocate is free to readers and is entirely supported by advertisers and sponsors. A banner advertisement represents excellent value so please consider using us whenever you have a commercial message to place. Email us …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 760

    Issue 760 August 14th, 2020   SUBSCRIBE click here | UNSUBSCRIBE click here Editor: Sandra Speares | Email: contactus@themaritimeadvocate.com The Maritime Advocate is free to readers and is entirely supported by advertisers and sponsors. A banner advertisement represents excellent value so please consider using us whenever you have a commercial message to place. …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate-Issue 759

1. Seafarers ‘the core of shipping’s future’ 2. CMA CGM LIBRA debate 3. Covid-19 testing in Chinese ports 4. Seafarer workforce report 5. Subjective view 6. Maritime leadership programme goes virtual 7. SCMA rules consultation 8. SAFETY4SEA awards 9. Early termination of seafarer agreement 10. Identifying the shipper 11. Bulk carrier safety 12. Highlighting dangers …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 758

1. Wakashio grounding: “almost all” fuel oil removed 2. Beirut: the dangerous goods debate 3. Where else is ammonium nitrate being stored? 4. “The lawless world of international shipping” 5. Storage of liquid cargoes 6. Limits on receivers’ obligations considered 7. London handles over 80% of global maritime arbitrations 8. Casualty response and sustainable solutions …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 757

1. The operator can limit… but who is the operator? 2. Notice requirements to prevent time bar 3. ITIC issues timely warning to port agents 4. Salvage operation to retrieve containers lost off MSC Palak 5. AMSA inspection campaign to focus on stowage and securing of containers 6. Electronic Bills of Lading – an update …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 756

1. Widow of Bangladeshi shipbreaker free to sue shipowner 2. Crew kidnappings surge in seas off West Africa 3. Grounding incidents in the Indonesian archipelago avoidable? 4. USCG fines vessel that failed to provide Notice of Arrival 5. West African countries apply ‘Traffic Rights’ levy on shipowners 6. ‘Mandatory provision of law’ found to cover …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 755

1. Clause lets subcontractor out; carrier’s clock kept ticking 2. Silence isn’t necessarily golden 3. Court reads C/P and B/L together 4. As time goes by 5. APL England cleared to leave Australia 6. Livestock carrier delayed in South Africa amidst legal dispute 7. Bulker strikes fishing vessel in Mindoro Strait 8. What comes first …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 754

1. Interpreting see-to-it and on-demand guarantees 2. Can a party’s silence alone result in an enforceable contract? 3. Record low water levels in Parana River lead to groundings and draught restrictions 4. Why do containership stacks collapse and who is liable? 5. Role of an Owner’s Superintendent or Naval Architect – Walking the line 6. …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate–Issue 753

1. South China Sea: China’s new claims 2. Ardent quit salvage business 3. Singapore accedes to International Salvage Convention 4. Fumigants entering crew spaces: a warning 5. Self-heating coal: a warning 6. Force Majeure – now what? 7. Final rule on demurrage and detention of containers 8. Panama announces sanctions for deliberate AIS/LRIT deactivation 9. …Read the full article

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