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1. MARITIME CREW VISA (SUBCLASS 988
May 29, 2018

Maritime crew visa is a type of temporary visa. Maritime crew visa (subclass 988) is a type of visa that permits the foreign crew on a non-military ship on the international voyage to enter Australia via sea. Maritime crew visa takes 3- 5 days to be processed. You can be eligible for maritime crew visa (subclass 988) if you are a crew member that is on international voyage, you are not in Australia, if you are not a citizen of Australia and if you are leaving Australia by sea. The ship must have approval from the Australian department, must be owned and operated by the foreign government, ... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

2. MARITIME CREW VISA (SUBCLASS 988)
April 27, 2018

Maritime crew visa (subclass 988) allows the foreign crew to enter Australia by sea and allows the crew to be the partner or the dependent child of the crew. To be eligible for maritime crew visa (subclass 988) you must be a crew member of the ship but not the military ship. The ship must be used for carrying the passenger, for commercial trading and must be owned, must be approved by the government of Australia and operated by a foreign country. You may get maritime crew visa (subclass 988) if you are outside Australia, you are not the Australian citizen and you will enter and leav... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

3. Take a Peek at Venice's Operatic Past
March 21, 2018

Italian river cruises offer a truly unique way to see this beautiful country and to discover its fascinating musical past. A trip to Venice by boat could give you the chance to explore the maritime city’s role in the history of opera and to visit the theatres which first brought this new art form to the people of the day. While most people know that opera originated in Florence at the end of the sixteenth century, few realise the important role Venice played in establishing the theatrical tradition in the hearts of the Italian people. A centre for trade, attracting a wide cosmopolit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. MARITIME LAW
January 29, 2018

Maritime law is also known as admiralty law. The maritime law consists of statutes and case precedents that regulate all legal disputes that concern navigable waters. Navigable waters are water bodies used for foreign commerce or intestate. The large rivers that flow to the ocean or that cross the State line fall within the maritime jurisdiction. The factual scenarios that deals with maritime include commercial accidents that result from the damages of the cargo, the spills of hazardous materials and seamen injuries. The Jones Act set the right of the injury victims who qualify as seamen... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

5. Maritime Security Thai Tanker Robbery Suggests Return of Organised Crime
June 29, 2017

Maritime Security Thai Tanker Robbery Suggests Return of Organised Crime. The attack on the Thai Tanker, CP41, off the eastern coast of Malaysia on the 23rd of June, shows signs of having been a highly-organised and carefully planned operation, the likes of which has not been seen in the region for about two years. The ship was transporting some three million litres of diesel oil from Malaysia to Songkhla when it was boarded at night by six pirates armed with knives and guns. They destroyed the ship security alert system, violently held the captain and 16 other crew captive on deck, then... (read more)

Author: Rob Haigh

6. Maritime Collagen doing work a s Speculate For Skin Care regimen
June 28, 2017

Many Advertisements and dermatological advices are prepared to function individuals for receiving the ideal services and products to get skincare. Now, folks are tuned in to find the most suitable appearance regardless feel and ages that beautifying can grow to be a border using ages. All these concerns have already helped think about utilizing skincare solutions. The life span style layouts and also the contamination emitted by trucks cause uninteresting skin and also produce several sorts of disruptions. As a way to check greater and soften epidermis, advanced level beautified services... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

7. Madeira and Mime: a maritime tale!
April 06, 2017

Minnie Bhatt Design’s recent project, ‘Madeira and Mime’ immerses diners in a Portuguese maritime feel, in keeping with the gastro pub’s namesake… Christened after an archipelago in Portugal, the quaint charm of distressed paint, reclaimed wooden shutters in dull Prussian blue, faux ocular rose windows with their gleaming panes, mix of rotund and rectangular tables… evoke a sense of intrigue in this 1500 sq. ft. space in suburban Mumbai. ‘Madeira and Mime’ beckons via its quirky facade in shimmering mustard yellow with a traffic signal to match, harking on expected playfulness inside... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. Set Sail on a Luxury Yachting Adventure in Bermuda
March 27, 2017

If, like me, you consider yourself a seafarer at heart, then I highly recommend that you check out our luxury holidays to Bermuda. This beautiful British island territory boasts spectacular surrounding oceans that are the ultimate playground for a maritime adventure. As one of my passions, I take a huge amount of pride in curating adventurous yachting vacations to Bermuda which contain a handful of wonderful experiences and accommodation options at our collection of luxury properties. Here is what you could get up to on one of our unique holidays to Bermuda. Ocean Adventures Ho... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Maritime Security Vessel Protection
February 15, 2017

Maritime Security Vessel Protection, what is it? Vessels and ships are very often at risk from criminal activity in many parts of the world by way of piracy or armed robbery. This has been prevalent with the increase of pirate activity, particularly off the coast of Somalia in the past ten years or so. Maritime Security vessel protection refers to the tactics and strategies employed by the ship to combat or deter maritime criminal activities. Piracy and Armed Robbery, What’s the Difference? In terms of maritime security, Piracy is, generally, any criminal activity committed agai... (read more)

Author: Rob Haigh

10. Maritime Security, a Basic Introduction
January 15, 2017

Maritime Security, what is it? Many people understand maritime security to be the role of the military to protect our seas and oceans, but this is not always the case. All of us depend on the seas and oceans, not just as an abundant food supply, but safe, secure and clean seas and oceans ensure our prosperity and peace. Air Transportation can be prohibitively expensive or logistically impossible for the movement of some items, so we rely on ships to transport these goods and foodstuffs. Just as in other methods of transportation, criminal organisations look for any security vulnerabilitie... (read more)

Author: Rob Haigh

11. Philippines Won’t Protest China’s Islands, Defense Systems
December 16, 2016

The Philippines would not protest China’s moves to militarize its man-made islands in the South China Sea, Foreign Minister Perfecto Yasay said Friday, amid Manila’s efforts to improve ties with Beijing. China has deployed anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems on the artificial islets it has built in the disputed Spratly Islands, the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI) at the Center for Strategic and International Studies said in findings reported by Reuters this...... (read more)

12. China Building Military Defense Structures on Artificial Islands
December 14, 2016

The Chinese government appears to have constructed several large military defense structures on artificial islands it built in contested areas of the South China Sea. Aerial photos published Wednesday in a report by the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative show the build-up of large anti-aircraft guns and what appear to be smaller missile-defense systems on each of China’s outposts in the Spratly Islands. The group, which has been monitoring the military construction via satellite...... (read more)

13. S. China Sea Dispute Hangs on Philippine Leadership of ASEAN
December 14, 2016

A bloc of 10 Southeast Asian nations has a chance to open tough discussions next year on how to handle China’s contested expansion in the South China Sea as the Philippines, one of Beijing’s chief maritime rivals, becomes the organization’s chair with authority to set its 2017 agenda. President Rodrigo Duterte, who will chair ASEAN for the Philippines, runs a country that got into spats so deep with China since 2012 that his predecessor took Beijing to a world court tribunal and got a...... (read more)

14. Searching for Solutions as Floods Increase and Seas Rise
December 14, 2016

Rising sea levels are causing more frequent flooding in some U.S. coastal communities from Florida to New York. The surge is hurting home sales, sparking soaring insurance rates, and spawning an industry aimed at limiting damage and costs. In the Norfolk, Virginia, area, the nearby ocean, bay and rivers brought centuries of prosperity from maritime activities, including a major commercial port, the world’s largest naval base, a fishing fleet, and many businesses that support ocean...... (read more)

15. Pakistan Forms Special Maritime Force to Secure Chinese-built Port, Projects
December 13, 2016

Pakistan has inaugurated a special maritime force to ensure security of its new Chinese-built Gwadar port, which is central to a multi-billion dollar economic cooperation agreement between the two countries. China is investing around $50 billion dollars in Pakistan to help build a network of roads, rails, communication and power projects that will eventually connect the western Chinese border region of Xinjiang to the deepwater port on the Arabian Sea. The cooperation, dubbed the...... (read more)

16. Mexico President Creates 4 New Protected Biological Reserves
December 05, 2016

Mexico's president signed decrees creating four new biological reserves and five other protected areas Monday, setting aside about 160 million acres (65 million hectares) for environmental conservation.   Enrique Pena Nieto's office said in a statement that it was the largest amount of land the country has ever decreed as environmentally protected, and with it Mexico joins a group of nations that have met a commitment to safeguard 10 percent of their maritime area. It said...... (read more)

17. Vietnam Taking Long-Term Hard Line Toward China on Maritime Claims
November 28, 2016

Vietnam is lengthening a military runway on a tiny islet to help hold off a larger, more aggressive China for control in Asia’s widest-reaching sovereignty dispute as other claimants keep quiet or seek negotiations. The government in Hanoi is extending the runway on one of the Spratly Islands, a disputed archipelago in the South China Sea, from 762 to 1,005 meters and building new hangars, according to the U.S. think tank Center for Strategic and International Studies. The longer...... (read more)

18. Indonesia Balances Maritime Sovereignty, Economic Ties to China
November 25, 2016

Indonesia says it will step up patrols in waters around a group of islands to expel Chinese fishing vessels, putting its economic ties with China at risk but eventually getting an upper hand in the dispute with little fallout, analysts say. Indonesian President Joko Widodo, who is widely known as Jokowi, said in October his government would never compromise on claims around the Natuna Islands, a chain of 272 tiny land features northwest of Borneo where Chinese vessels pass in nearby...... (read more)

19. Philippine, US Military Chiefs: Ties Remain Robust
November 22, 2016

The chiefs of the Philippine armed forces and the United States Pacific Command said Tuesday the two countries' military ties remain robust, with both sides committed to their alliance and cooperation on maritime security, counterterrorism and humanitarian aid. The upbeat statement issued at the end of a Mutual Defense Board and Security Engagement Board meeting came after threats by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to reduce military cooperation with Washington and expand...... (read more)

20. Taiwan Plans Naval Exercise as Peace Mission for Disputed Sea
November 20, 2016

Taiwan is planning an unusual military drill in the contested South China Sea to show its rivals and major world powers that it wants to ease a festering six-way maritime dispute rather than inflame it. The coast guard and navy will hold a search-and-rescue exercise near Taiping Island, a Taiwan-held feature also known as Itu Aba. They will practice helping, for example, sailors battered in a storm and needing shelter. The drill in the Spratly archipelago advances Taiwan’s efforts since...... (read more)

21. China: Iron Out South China Sea Disputes Ourselves
November 19, 2016

China’s President Xi Jinping, in separate meetings with the leaders of the Philippines and Vietnam, said disputes over the South China Sea should be resolved bilaterally, state media reported Sunday. The comments underscore Beijing’s opposition to involving other countries or international organizations in the maritime territorial dispute, where claimants to the waters also include Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan. Experts say China prefers a “divide and conquer” tactic over allowing its...... (read more)

22. Trump Expected to Take Tough but Brief Action in South China Sea
November 14, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump did not make the maritime disputes in South China Sea a major part of his election campaign and his approach to Asia’s most expansive sovereignty disagreement is still not clear.  Some experts predict, however, that he will make a few strident anti-Beijing military moves in the area to prove a point and then back off to engage the Chinese economically. Trump South China Sea policy  People who follow U.S. policy in Asia expect Trump to make...... (read more)

23. China-Malaysia Meeting Showcases Quiet Cooperation on Maritime Dispute
November 08, 2016

A recent upbeat meeting between the leaders of China and Malaysia showcased extended bilateral cooperation despite their maritime sovereignty dispute in the South China Sea.  Analysts say last week’s trip by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak to Beijing only underscored a long-standing deal by which Beijing offers economic support in exchange for the other side keeping quiet when angered by Chinese vessels in nearby waters.  Leaders in Beijing hope this understanding with...... (read more)

24. Status Quo in South China Sea Could be Best Option for Now
November 06, 2016

While a resolution to the South China Sea disputes is unlikely in the near future, improving ties between Beijing and Manila could bode well for maritime peace in the region.  When Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte visited China in October, some worried he was pivoting away from the United States. But Tran Truong Thuy, executive director of the Foundation for East Sea Studies in Hanoi, thinks this is good news for the South China Sea.  At The Economist magazine’s recent...... (read more)

25. US Runs Freedom of Navigation Operation in S. China Sea
October 21, 2016

A U.S. navy warship carried out a freedom-of-navigation operation on Friday near islands claimed by China and two other Asian countries in the South China Sea, U.S. officials told Reuters. The guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur challenged "excessive maritime claims near the Paracel Islands," specifically Triton and Woody Islands, claimed by China, Taiwan and Vietnam, the U.S. officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity. The destroyer sailed within waters claimed by...... (read more)

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