Iridium Can Be the Backbone of Digital Ships

Iridium Communications

Iridium reveals more on the GMDSS terminal and plans in the maritime sector.

Denmark Adds Offshore Shipping to International Register

Seafarer

Denmark's new regulation on tax free net wages for seafarers to include offshore vessels.

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Another 11 Ships to Fly the Danish Flag

Danish flag

Danish shipping registries will soon expand with another 11 vessels which are set to fly the Danish flag.

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IMO MSC Approves New Ship Routes in Kattegat, Skagerrak

The IMO MSC has approved a joint Danish-Swedish proposal for new ship routes in Kattegat and Skagerrak.

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Autonomous Ships to Take the Spotlight at MSC 99

On May 16, the IMO's efforts on the regulation of autonomous ships will begin with MSC 99.

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Denmark Nears New Ship Routes in Skagerrak, Kattegat

Danish Maritime Authority has received an approval for its new ships' routeing measures proposal.

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Autonomous Ships Regulation Needs to Be International

Regulation for autonomous ships should be decided at the international level, according to DMA.

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DMA: New Project to Help Digitize Ship Registration Process

The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) revealed it has launched a pilot project to shed light on the long-term ...

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DMA: PSC to Include Sulphur Rules and Polar Code

Twenty-nine countries from the Paris and the Tokyo Memoranda of Understanding have signed a new Ministerial ...

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New Safety Standards Agreed for Ships in Flensborg Fjord

Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) and German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) signed a ...

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Maritime Authorities Join Forces on E-Certs Adoption

Danish, Norwegian and Singapore maritime authorities have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote the ...

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DMA to Abolish Special Shipping Requirements in Denmark

Out of the 33 special requirements that Denmark has for ships flying the Danish flag, four have been abolished and ...

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DMA to Conduct more Control Inspections of Ships Abroad

The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) has decided to increase the number of flag State inspections of ships abroad ...

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DMA to Test New Real-Time Data System for Ships

The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) plans to take part in 2017 in a pilot project on the development and testing of ...

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Denmark to Initiate Study on Unmanned Ships

The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) has taken a step toward the masterless ships as it is launching a pre-study on ...

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IMO: Shipping Regulation Must Be Sharper

Unnecessary administrative difficulties must be weeded out before an international shipping regulation is adopted, ...

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Denmark, Brazil Forge Maritime Ties

A new cooperation agreement has been signed between Denmark and Brazil with the aim of strengthening bilateral ...

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Danish Merchant Fleet Larger than Ever

The gross tonnage registered in the Danish Registers of Shipping beat a record with a gross tonnage of 14.9 million ...

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Danish Maritime Authority Puts Work Safety in Focus

Danish Maritime Authority Puts Work Safety in Focus

The Danish Maritime Authority started surveying all Danish passenger ships in a new way from January 1, ...

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Danish Maritime Authority Delegation Visits Marintec ...

On 3 December, a delegation from the Danish Maritime Authority headed by Director-General Andreas Nordseth took ...

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Danish Maritime Authority Reduces Paperwork on Board Ships

Today, the Danish Maritime Authority published a report elucidating which administrative tasks are perceived as ...

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Danish Maritime Authority Announces New Annual Fees

Annual fees are introduced for all ships registered in Danish ship registers. The fee is applicable to all types of ...

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