May 13, 2021

Dog rescued from uninhabited island becomes Honorary Coast Guard member

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By Laura Goldman While his owners walked him during a family visit to St. Joseph Island, Ontario, on Christmas Eve, a husky mix named Logan ran off along a deer trail. He seemed to disappear without a trace. Kailaan Walker and Lydia Selin put up posters, posted lost dog notifications on social media and set up a trail […]

US authorities seize drugs worth $13.3 million off Puerto Rico

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From Safety4Sea The US Coast Guard transferred custody of 491.5 kilograms of cocaine and 9.2 kilograms of suspected heroin, worth an estimated value of $13.3 million, at USCG Sector San Juan, Tuesday, following a recent interagency interdiction by Caribbean Border Interagency Group partner agencies in the Caribbean Sea, off Puerto Rico. The crew of a […]

Cayman [Islands] Registry listed as a top performing flag in USCG annual PSC Report

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The United States Coast Guard (USCG) recently released its 2016 Annual Report on Port State Control in the United States.  Cayman Registry is listed as a top performing flag in USCG annual PSC Report. Cayman Registry is listed as one of the top performing flag states with a 0% detention ratio on the USCG 3 […]

Cayman Islands Registry on the top of ICS Charts

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From Safety4Sea Cayman Registry has been mentioned by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) for the sixth year running as being top-of-class in their 2016/2017 Annual Flag State Performance Table. Cayman Registry is one of the flag states who have received such distinction in this year’s performance table. The ICS is the principal international trade […]

Cayman Islands on White List of Paris Memomrandum of Understanding Port State Control

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The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry, a division of the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands, has been listed on the ‘White List’ in the 2015 Annual Report Paris MOU on Port State Control (PSC) for the eleventh consecutive year.   The Paris MoU on PSC is an administrative agreement between twenty-seven Maritime Authorities.  It deals […]

Review of the RCIPS response to reports of missing persons at sea 6 March 2016 finds “no major faults with the SAR”

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From The Office of the Governor of the Cayman Islands Review of the RCIPS response to reports of missing persons at sea 6 March 2016 Coastguard Commander Andrew Jenkins has submitted his review of the RCIPS response to reports of missing persons at sea on 6 March 2016 to the Governor. This report was prepared […]