The new mandatory maritime insurance already covers the repatriation of crews in the fishing sector

Sinkings, collisions, piracy, unloading, repairs, route deviations and stowaways are some of the contingencies that current maritime insurance covers. In the social sphere, in addition to health care and disability benefits in jurisdictions where there is no Social Security coverage, the new mandatory insurance, approved by Royal Decree 618/2020 of June 30, includes repatriations. The … Read more

Radio Havana Cuba | Cuba and Turkey sign agreement for maritime cooperation

Representatives of Cuba and Turkey highlighted today the strengthening of bilateral relations. Photo: Prensa Latina. Ankara, Nov 12 (RHC) Representatives of Cuba and Turkey highlighted the strengthening of bilateral relations, after signing an agreement for maritime cooperation in Ankara. The agreement was signed at the headquarters of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of that … Read more

Authorities suspend maritime transport in Santa Marta due to ETA storm

The meteorological incidents of tropical storm ETA have been ‘felt’ in Santa Marta, and it is because of the effects the authorities ordered the suspension of maritime transport in the area. According to official reports, the ocean atmospheric conditions have the qualities of a tropical depression number 29, towards the Caribbean Sea, and it is … Read more

categorized by types – Autonomous Maritime Vessels, Small Autonomous Vessels – elinformativoinmobiliario

The Latest Industry Analysis Report On The Market Global Autonomous Ships Market 2020 by competitors, geographies, varieties, application and prediction to 2025, representing a comprehensive study on Autonomous Vessels market share, size, growth drivers, and key players. The report includes summary information on regional competition, industry trends and players, changes and threats, vendors, distribution channels, … Read more

Conference Congress 2020 – Impact of the new realities in maritime insurance: balance and future priorities

28/10/2020 In the second conference by Sean Dalton – Head of Marine Underwriting North America, in Munich Re, he spoke about the “Impact of the new realities in maritime insurance: balance and future priorities” and as a panelist was Xavier Pazmiño – President of the Board of Directors in ALSUM. ALSUM – Sean comments that … Read more

What does the UN inscription of the maritime agreement between Turkey and Libya mean? – Middle East Monitor

Earlier this month, the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, registered the agreement between Turkey and Libya on the delimitation of maritime jurisdiction in the Mediterranean. According to Article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations, “Every treaty and every international agreement concluded by any Member of the United Nations … shall … Read more

Piñera announced the claim for maritime territory between Rapa Nui and the mainland

He President Sebastián Piñera announced the international claim that Chile will make of the extended continental shelf of the province of Easter Island, which includes the islands of Rapa Nui and Salas and Gómez, and claiming rights over a territory of more than 550,000 square kilometers. The continental shelf is the submarine continuation of the … Read more

Bolivia assures that it will not renounce to maritime exit and President announces strategy of “dialogue with firmness”

In the framework of the Day of the Sea in Bolivia, Interim President Jeanine Áñez made a message to Bolivians where she ratified that her administration also seeks for the country to achieve “sovereign access to the Pacific Ocean.” The President referred to the ruling of the International Court of The Hague as, “bad news … Read more

US Deploys Ship Against Venezuela’s “Excessive Maritime Claim”

The United States maintains that the Navy operated in international waters, outside the 12 nautical miles that are within Venezuelan jurisdiction. By: AFP 08:01 PM / 15/07/2020 The United States deployed a warship in the Caribbean this Wednesday, July 15, off the coast of Venezuela, in response to an “excessive maritime claim” by Caracas for … Read more