October 18, 2021
  • 4:02 am COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER PANAMA
  • 2:29 am PANAMA IS RE-ELECTED IN “A” CATEGORY OF THE COUNCIL OF THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION
  • 2:58 am PANAMA RENEWS MARITIME TRANSPORT AGREEMENT WITH CHINA
  • 2:16 am Panama Maritime Authority 2 years of Management
  • 6:28 am Renewal of the Maritime Transport Agreement between the People’s Republic of China and Panama.
  • 6:59 am PANAMA SIGNS THE GULF OF GUINEA DECLARATION
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Panama, the world largest Ship Registry, has been re-elected in Category “A” of the Council of the International Maritime Organization which reiterates the position of the registry and its leadership. Panama has been in Category “A” of the Council since 2003, demonstrating a high level of commitment to the Organization. Only 40 countries of the […]

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PANAMA—-July 22, 2021— The Panama Maritime Authority, in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Panama, have renewed the Agreement on Maritime Transport between the Government of the Republic of Panama and the Government of the People’s Republic of China.

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Panama Maritime Authority 2 years of Management (Video)

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The Renewal of the Maritime Transport Agreement between People’s Republic of China

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PANAMA—-June 16, 2021— Panama has signed the Declaration of the Gulf of Guinea, a document calling for further action, through a wide range of collective efforts, to urgently put an end to piracy in the Gulf of Guinea and provide security for its seafarers. The Declaration was drafted in response to growing concerns about attacks […]

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PANAMA—-June 8, 2021— In spite of the pandemic caused by Covid-19, Panama Ship Registry continues to grow. During the first four months of this year, 104 newly built vessels were registered, representing 3.2M GT, showing that the Panamanian Register remains the flag of preference and most favorable option thanks to the country’s legal security. The […]

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We continue to expand our services and cross borders. With the new SEGUMAR office in Hong Kong for technical documentation, we will continue working on improving the Panama Ship Registry.

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