October 1, 2022
  • 4:02 am COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER PANAMA
  • 4:21 am Interview with The Hong Kong Maritime Hub for The Port of Hong Kong Handbook & Directory 2022
  • 6:59 am It’s Time to Plan your Trip to Panama
  • 6:26 am New provisions for the Visa of Passengers or Crew in Transit, to Cuban citizens.
  • 6:06 am Belt & Road National Art & Culture Expo Incorporating The 4th Hong Kong International Arts & Collectibles Expo
  • 7:03 am The Panama Ship Registry has grown 9.6% since 2019
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The Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) wants to emphasize that the measures adopted through MMN-003-2020 Coronavirus and Seafarers Employment Agreement and Certificates, on the extension of employment agreements for seafarers were implemented to safeguard their rights and working conditions during this health crisis (COVID-19). Panama has, responsibly, taken various actions with the purpose of establishing mechanisms, […]

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To continue moving forward is to continue innovating, and thus to keep growing for the benefit of all our users and collaborators. #SteeringYourWay

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Effective response to seafarers from 25 different countries

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To benefit Panamanian Seafarers

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The Director of the General Directorate of Seafarers, Captain Juan Maltez, declared that “The Panama Maritime Authority (PMA) has been able to process the repatriation of some 3,690 passengers and crew members from around the world, including Panamanians that were on board different kinds of ships within Panamanian waters since last March. In dealing with […]

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PANAMA SUPPORTS IMO DECISION BY DESIGNATING SEAFARERS AS “KEY WORKERS” The Republic of Panama, with a view to international maritime development, plays a very important role in the global logistics platform through the responsible administration of its merchant fleet and its port system, in the training of seafarers who sail aboard its ships and in […]

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The Civil Aeronautical Authority in coordination with the Ministry of Public Health has made the decision to extend for 30 days more the suspension of arrivals and departures of all international flights to Panama as of Wednesday April 22 at 11:59 pm.

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PANAMA- APRIL 14-2020—-The pandemic COVID-19 continues to hit the world, and the maritime sector does not escape this situation, ship owners, ship managers, ships operators, seafarers, port workers and professionals of maritime and logistics firms.  In those dramatic circumstances created by the Coronavirus crisis, the Panama Ship Registry has provided immediate responses to ships owners […]

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In response to the latest development of the COVID-19 pandemic and to safeguard our staff, The Consulate will operate under reduced hours.

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