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Category: SIMSA

Taimareho ferry sea tragedy inqury soon

admin- April 6, 2020

MV Taimareho 1 loading at the wharf last week |Photo Supplied. An inquiry into the tragic incident occurred during MV Taimahero's voyage to West Are'are, ... Read More

Abandoned ship in Star Harbor is reportedly causing environmental damages

admin- October 29, 2018

A REDD+ Potential Site visit to East Makira, Star Harbour.Photo: REDD+ Residents of Star Harbour in Makira Ulawa Province are raising concerns over the environmental ... 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

Safe Boat Operation winds down with check on return trips

admin- January 10, 2018

A typical banana boat in Solomon Islands The Solomon Islands Maritime Safety Administration and the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force continue to monitor vessels travelling ... Read More

GOV’T ENCOURAGED TO COMPLY WITH MARITIME RULES

admin- January 11, 2017

Ships berthing at Point Cruz. Photo credit: SPC. The Solomon Islands Government is encouraged to comply with the International Maritime Organisation Conventions by investing in ... Read More

VESSELS CEASE OPERATIONS: SIMSA

admin- January 10, 2017

Ships berthing at Point Cruz. Photo credit: SPC. All fishing vessels operated as passenger and cargo boats in the country should now cease operations as ... Read More

MV CHANELLA’s FORMER OWNER SUED

admin- September 8, 2016

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