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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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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The Republic of Panama, through the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP), was the winner of the CAREER4SEA Virtual awards, in the category of best “Initiative” for the execution of the “My First Maritime Labor Experience” program, a pilot project that started this year and that according to the judges, provides that valuable work experience which recent […]

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Panama calls for market consultation before the international tender for the operation of Balboa Shipyard and more…

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After thorough research and preparation, Panama is excited to once again welcome international travelers starting October 12, 2020.

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The Minister of Maritime Affairs, Arq. Noriel Araúz announced that Panama is seeking companies or corporations, joint ventures or associations which would be interested in applying to the “Market Consultation for the Rehabilitation, Development, Administration and Operation of Balboa Shipyard”. The interested parties’ contributions would be included in the requirements specifications [for the future tender]. […]

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“Panama, as the first ship registry in the world with more than 8 thousand flagged vessels, feels the responsibility of representing the interests of the seafarers, as well as the shipowners and operators, who urgently need the help and solidarity of the rest of the world, for this reason we call on all governments to […]

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On September 23, the Government of Panama extended the suspension of international commercial passenger flights for an additional 19 days through October 11.

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