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Thumbnail FYI for Ship Managers
FYI for Ship Managers

On 28 August 2007, the Paris MOU on Port State Control confirmed that they would be conducting a Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) aimed a verifying compliance with the ISM Code. The CIC will run from 01 September to 30 November 2007 and will be conducted in conjunction with the Tokyo MOU…

Thumbnail CISR open for Business
CISR open for Business

The CISR appreciate your well wishes during the passage of Hurricane Dean. We wish to advise we are now open for business in George Town in immediate effect.


For further information contact: Corporate…

Thumbnail CISR Client Hurricane Advisory
CISR Client Hurricane Advisory

The CISR is a global organisation and as such can continue operations if any of our offices are affected by a natural disaster. With the approach of Hurricane Dean to the Cayman Islands, clients can be assured that the CISR has a tested Hurricane Plan which is focused on maintaining high-…

Thumbnail The Cayman Islands qualifies for USCG Qualship 21
The Cayman Islands qualifies for USCG Qualship 21

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) recently awarded the Cayman Islands with Qualship 21 Status.

Qualship 21 is the USCG’s matrix system of extending recognition to “foreign” ships, which fly the Flag of a State which has demonstrated a good safety and pollution prevention record with…

Thumbnail Maritime Scholarships Available
Maritime Scholarships Available

The Education Council is reminding local students and other interested parties about scholarship opportunities which are available in the Maritime sector.

The Cayman Islands has enjoyed a rich seafaring heritage, and the maritime industry which has supported generations of Caymanians is…

Thumbnail MACI Continues To Train
MACI Continues To Train

The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands (MACI) continued the delivery of its training sessions this year as part of a Vessel Registration Training Series which began in November 2006. Shipping industry partners, who participated, such as Cayman Management and Pensum, were informed and…

Thumbnail New Yacht Committee Formed
New Yacht Committee Formed

The 12th annual Cayman Islands Shipowners’ Advisory Council (CISAC) was held this month over the course of two days.

The CISAC is made up of shipping company representatives, owners, operators, managers and demise charterers with vessels of over 1500 gross tonnes which operate…

MACI Remains Progressive
MACI Remains Progressive

We used the vessel name reservation system and it was extremely easy and efficient.

Linda Dunn, Marine Documentation

The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands (MACI) continues to remain progressive in its client services by keeping abreast of new…