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Category: Shipping

WEST ARE’ARE SHIPPING COMPANY WELCOMES REPORT ON TAIMAREHO’S SEA TRAGEDY

admin- October 15, 2020

MV Taimareho 1 The West Are'are Shipping Company Limited Board as the responsible authority to administer the operational affair of MV Taimareho 1 welcomes the ... Read More

TAINAREHO 1 OWNER AND MASTER ALLEGEDLY VIOLATED SHIPPING ACT 1988

admin- October 7, 2020

The ill fated MV Taimareho 1 in its glory days The Owner and Master of Taimareho 1 have allegedly violated certain sections of the country's ... Read More

Port Development? Rundown Island Jetty still in use

admin- December 16, 2018

A vessel using the refueling jetty. While the Solomon Islands Ports Authority SIPA mission statement emphasizes that it strives to provide services for customers, its ... Read More

‘We the Voyagers,’ first screening tomorrow

admin- October 25, 2018

A Polynesian Voyaging canoe.Photo: Kamehameha schools The Vaka Taumako Project is tomorrow night screening the first of a three part film called 'We, the Voyagers: ... Read More

“Government is responsible for search and rescue costs”

admin- October 22, 2018

RSIPF Boats The Solomon Islands Maritime Authority, SIMA Act 2018 has clearly outlined who is responsible for meeting search and rescue costs. Advisor to the ... Read More

Honiara Port’s safety the focus of Pacific Navigation Project

admin- September 6, 2018

Port of Honiara. Photo: Bizbilla.com Improving the safety of Solomon Islands' Honiara port was in focus this week as the capital's maritime stakeholders met to ... Read More

ONLY SIMSA CAN RECOMMEND VOYAGES

admin- January 12, 2017

Ships berthing at Point Cruz. Photo credit: SPC. Only the Solomon Islands Maritime Safety Administration (SIMSA) can recommend different voyages for all registered and operated ... Read More