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Cayman’s Shipping Registry maintains low-risk status

The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry has once again been recognised across all the major international Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) on Port State Control, demonstrating the flag’s commitment to quality and its excellent ship safety and pollution prevention record, according to a press release from the registry on Monday.

Minister Hew addresses shipping industry in Monaco

Minister of Commerce Joey Hew promoted Cayman’s shipping registry at an industry conference in Monaco on 27 Sept.

Premier Alden McLaughlin travels to UK and Europe

Premier Alden McLaughlin is visiting London this week with Roy Tatum, head of the Premier’s Office, to continue talks with the United Kingdom government on issues affecting the Cayman Islands.

Cayman sees record number of registered vessels in 2018

The Cayman Islands Registry ended last year with 2,215 registered vessels, which included 1,897 pleasure vessels and 318 commercial vessels.

Premier meets with shipowners in Athens

Premier Alden McLaughlin traveled to Athens earlier this week to meet with Greek merchant ship owners and shipping industry representatives after his visit to the Monaco Yacht Show.

Cayman delegation meets with yachting elite

Premier Alden McLaughlin and Financial Services and Home Affairs Minister Tara Rivers, along with representatives from the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands, spent last week rubbing elbows with yachting’s elite at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Premier, Minister Rivers visiting Monaco Yacht Show

Premier Alden McLaughlin and Minister of Financial Services Tara Rivers will join representatives from the Maritime Authority at the Monaco Yacht Show this week in an effort to promote Cayman’s service offering for yacht owners.

Top billing awarded to Cayman shipping registry

The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry has landed at the top of its class again.
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Businessman’s drowning was misadventure

Norwegian businessman Erik Henriksen died by misadventure, a coroner’s jury determined on Wednesday after hearing evidence since Monday about the circumstances in which he drowned in November, 2015.
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Business in brief: Cayman Shipping Registry No. 1 on ‘White List’

The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry, a division of the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands, has been listed as No. 1 on the “White List” in the 2016 annual report of the Paris MoU on Port State Control, a reflection of its ship safety and pollution prevention record.
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Cayman Maritime Services Park to include aviation services

Cayman Enterprise City and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands have announced the expansion of CEC’s Cayman Maritime Services Park so that aviation services providers can be licensed in the special economic zone. The park has been renamed the Cayman Maritime and Aviation Services Park and is one of six business parks in the zone.
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New yacht building code in the works

The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry is working with the Red Ensign Group, shipping registers for the United Kingdom and Crown dependencies, to develop new building codes for yachts.

Shipping registry makes White List for 11th straight year

The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry, a division of the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands, is on the White List in the 2015 annual Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control for the 11th consecutive year.

Maritime Week aims to give boost to local economy

Organizers of the inaugural Cayman Maritime Week say they anticipate it will have positive long-term effects on the Cayman Islands economy.

First Cayman Maritime Week launches in May

A new conference in early May will bring the global maritime industry to the Cayman Islands.

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