MARINA Lauds Fast Craft Service Linking Calbayog – Cebu

MARINA Press Release MANILA, PHILIPPINES — The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) lauds the brand new fast craft service that will link Calbayog City, Samar and Cebu City, Cebu for the first time. MV Sea Cat One, a 300-seater air-conditioned vessel managed by VS Grand Ferries Corporation, will offer two daily trips from Calbayog to Cebu continue reading : MARINA Lauds Fast Craft Service Linking Calbayog – Cebu

Stricter Regulations for PH ships eyed

Posted on Manila Times By William Depasupil, TMT THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) will no longer allow Philippine-registered overseas ships to sail if they are not compliant with international maritime instruments. Marina Administrator Rey Leonardo Guerrero issued the directive following the detention overseas of a number of Philippine-registered ships for violation of international rules on navigation. Marina continue reading : Stricter Regulations for PH ships eyed

MARINA, JICA to Boost PH Shipbuilding Industry

MARINA Press Release METRO MANILA — The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) strengthens collaboration with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to boost Philippines’ shipbuilding and ship repair industry. “I am happy that JICA is taking the initiative to collaborate with us by extending technical assistance and expertise. JICA’s aid will greatly help us in promoting continue reading : MARINA, JICA to Boost PH Shipbuilding Industry

MARINA, PCG REINFORCE PARTNERSHIP, TOUGHEN ENFORCEMENT OVER DOMESTIC SHIPS

MARINA Press Release METRO MANILA — The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) and the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) reinforce its partnership to toughen the enforcement of maritime rules and regulations over domestic ships plying the Philippine seas. The strengthening of MARINA-PCG partnership occurred at the two-day calibration workshop held in Manila, from 08 to 09 August continue reading : MARINA, PCG REINFORCE PARTNERSHIP, TOUGHEN ENFORCEMENT OVER DOMESTIC SHIPS

MARINA IMPOSES STRICT REGULATIONS FOR PH SHIPS ENGAGED IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE

MARINA Press Release The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) will impose strict regulations for Philippine-registered overseas ships to avoid detentions abroad. Starting 20 October 2018, the MARINA, in the exercise of its oversight function as flag state administration, will directly conduct audit of shipping companies and inspection of Philippine-registered ships detained overseas. The move aims to continue reading : MARINA IMPOSES STRICT REGULATIONS FOR PH SHIPS ENGAGED IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE