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SUA CONVENTION

Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Maritime Navigation, 1988
Adoption: 10 March 1988
Entry into force: 1 March 1992

Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf, 1988… 2,271 more words

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UNCLOS

UNCLOS

UNCLOS DEFINES ZONES OF COASTAL JURISDICTION, INCLUDING INLAND WATERS, TERRITORIAL SEA, ARCHIPELAGIC WATER, CONTIGUOUS ZONE, CONTINENTAL SHELF AND EEZ. NO COUNTRY CAN CLAIM ANY ZONE AS PER THERE WISH, IT HAS TO BE AS PER UNCLOS. 1,501 more words

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MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT (MS ACT)

APPLICATION OF MSA: APPLIES TO SHIPS,
1. REGISTERED IN INDIA OR ARE REQUIRED TO BE REGISTERED IN INDIA AS PER THE ACT ITSELF, 3,430 more words

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The twenty-second New Researchers in Maritime History Conference will be hosted by the University
of Greenwich in the historic Old Royal Naval College. The conference provides a unique opportunity… 138 more words

Greenwich Maritime Institute

Oasis of the Seas: The world's largest cruise ship comes to the UK

The world’s largest cruise ship arrived in the UK today for the first time.

The £800m Oasis Of The Seas sailed into Southampton at 10am on Wednesday in dense fog, welcomed by a crowd of hundreds and helicopters circling overhead. 229 more words

Greenwich Maritime Institute

Shannon Briggs Losing The Plot~Time For Restraining Order & Criminal Charges?

Shannon Briggs continues to push the boundaries of criminal intent with his latest harassment of heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko. I’m surprised a restraining order wasn’t taken out in his last big video where he stormed a local diner¬†Klitschko was eating at to scream, steal his plate of food to help himself and then overturned the table and chairs, cutting himself and apparently Wlad in the process. 364 more words

May an indefinitely moored houseboat be subject to federal maritime jurisdiction?

Several years ago, the City of Riviera Beach (“the City”) straddling the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) in Florida, arrested a houseboat under federal maritime law and demolished it. 346 more words

Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway