Norway is first to ratify 2010 compensation regime for Hazardous and Noxious Cargoes

Norway is first to ratify 2010 compensation regime for Hazardous and Noxious Cargoes

Briefing: 12 21/04/2017

​Ms. Dilek Ayhan, State Secretary in the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, hands over the instrument of ratification of the 2010 HNS Protocol to Mr. Kitack Lim, Secretary-General, IMO.

Norway has become the first country to become a Contracting State to a key compensation treaty covering the transport of hazardous and noxious substances (HNS) by ship.

 

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News Update North Sea Regatta Week 2017

 

Second day of the Delta Lloyd North Sea Regatta, Scheveningen, the Netherlands, Saturday, 23rd of May 2015.

 

Happy crew! 
With a little more than a month to go to the start of the North Sea Regatta we have another update for you. We have almost 60 entries for the offshore race to Harwich which makes us a very happy crew! For the North Sea Regatta inshore races we’re expecting a few more SB20’s and open sports boats, of which at this moment only a few registered. The J22 Worlds almost reached the 40 participants, which is pretty awesome! If you still want to participate at the North Sea Regatta inshore races please let us know, so we can make sure we can help you all.

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Commodores’ Cup – AY Race Report 2

 

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AY Race Report 2

2016/17 AY Grand Prix Event

Change in the order after windward/leeward’s
By AY MultiMedia
21st April 2017, Subic Bay, Philippines:
As the morning land breeze failed to materialise, the sea breeze came in early and racing got underway on time and in 7 to 9 knots from the SSW. There is no lack of spirited effort at the crowded start line, with skippers taking different approaches and jockeying for position to give themselves a little advantage, is evident in the results. The breeze topped out at 17 knots on the second race and every ounce of speed was needed, as mere seconds separated the class leaders and in some cases resulted in a change of the overall order.

 

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Former casualties turned Fundraisers present cheque to their rescuers

PR190417 Cheque presentation.

(left to right: Crew volunteers Charlie Allen and Roger Moore; Dan Morton and Jared Colclough; Coxswain, Steve Hockings-Thompson; Second Coxswain, Scott Ranft; Crew volunteers, Tommo Thompson and Harry Griffin.)

PR190417 Richard Smith, Jared Colclough and Dan Morton with their RNLI camper van, Oscar Charlie.

On 12 April, the second anniversary of their rescue, Jared Colclough, Dan Morton and Richard Smith returned to Exmouth lifeboat station to hand over a cheque and to thank Crew volunteers who saved their lives.

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