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Maritime Cyprus news forum 29 Jun 17
– 2016 performance lists for Flag states and Recognized Organizations (ROs).
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Paris MoU PSC Jul 24
During the first 6 months of 2018 a total of 13 ships have already been refused access to Paris MoU ports. Ships under the flags of Comoros, Tanzania and Togo have been banned most frequently.
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The Maritime Watch 2 Dec 14
EU heading towards 10% sulphur fuel inspection frequency
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Superyacht Investor 8 Mar 18
Floating Life Captain's Meeting: Captains were shocked to see Spain in the Paris MOU Grey List. Enrico reassured them it wasn’t so bad – Malta was on the grey list a few years ago.
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David Cisneros Oct 23
Good guidance for ships calling European ports
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Christian Roos ⚓ 3 Apr 15
followed by food and catering top 2 reasons for vessel detention in PSC region.
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The Maritime Watch 3 Feb 14
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Edgar 1 Nov 16
. pls note mv PRINCESS MARIA IMO:7528556 at 1st vog aft 3m BAN entered to CLOSED PORT , UA
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The Maritime Watch 30 May 16
to review flag performance methodology as detention rate falls
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SAFETY4SEA Jul 5
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HELLENICSHIPPINGNEWS 2 May 18
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World Maritime News 1 Jul 16
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World Maritime News 26 Jan 17
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World Maritime News 21 Sep 17
Cargo Ship Nihal Denied Entrance to Region
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The Maritime Watch 30 May 14
compliance: no sign of port state control revamp
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The Maritime Watch 28 Nov 14
EMSA scheduled to train sulphur inspectors in February
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World Maritime News 30 Dec 16
Panama-Flagged Ship Banned from Region
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Shipping Strategy 6 Nov 17
accuses interests withdrawing from open source publishing. Will backfire.
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INSB Class Jul 15
at Annual Report 2018: A sustained quality route Read more here:
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MarineInsight Jul 4
Infographic: Annual Report On Port State Control For 2018 – 'Consistent Compliance'
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