Refugees at Sea- New webpage
Rescuing migrants at sea is particularly topical given the on-going situation in the Mediterranean with the end of Mare Nostrum and the start of Triton. The number of migrants and refugees requiring rescue at sea has continued to rise in 2015, this has led to a number of enquiries from Members on the issue.
Because of this, the Club now has a 'Refugees at Sea' page, dedicated to providing the latest updates on the situation.
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The Club would like to draw Members' attention to the latest circular from our correspondent in China, Oasis P&I Services Limited.
Until recently, it was not clear whether a party seeking to arrest a vessel in Malaysia had a duty to make full and frank disclosure in its affidavit leading to the warrant of arrest ("arrest affidavit").
IMPORTANT NOTE: The entry into force of the 2014 amendments to MLC on 18 January 2017 raised a number of complex and novel questions
Crew Changes - A Comprehensive Guide
We have been working with over 200 members of our correspondents network to produce a comprehensive document that outlines challenges and changes for crew changes in ports