The Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has published its new performance lists for flag states and recognised organisations. Denmark still tops the list as best-performing flag state, but the Netherlands has lost its runner-up position to Italy and now ranks...
The Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has published its new performance lists for flag states and recognised organisations. Denmark still tops the list as best-performing flag state, but the Netherlands is now the runner-up, up from fifth place last year. The...
Seized yachts could pose a ‘significant risk’ to ports, harbours and marinas if there is no requirement to ensure mega yachts detained under sanction rules are properly maintained, made safe or deactivated. This warning was issued by Van Ameyde McAuslands,...
The Dutch fleet moves up from 6th to 4th place on the Performance List of the Paris MoU. This list is based on the total number of Port State Control inspections and detentions in the past three years. The Performance List, also known as the “White, Grey and Black...
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