Tag: Maritime Administration Department (MARAD)

Tourist boat operators benefit from River Navigation Competency Training

Tourist boat operators benefit from River Navigation Competency Training

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 17, 2021

A team from the Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) visited Iwokrama and Annai in Region Nine, during the period 7-9March, 2021, ... Read More

Recognition of Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) Programs

Recognition of Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) Programs

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 7, 2021

The Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) wishes to inform the general public that the MATPAL Marine Institute is the ONLY academic ... Read More

Winners in World Maritime Day Essay Competition announced

Winners in World Maritime Day Essay Competition announced

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 23, 2020

– winners awarded prizes The Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) is happy to announce the winners of the World Maritime Day ... Read More

Essay competition for World Maritime Day celebrations

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 21, 2020

World Maritime Day will be celebrated on September 24, 2020 under the theme “Sustainable Shipping for a Sustainable Planet.” This ... Read More

CDC opens Oil Spill Planning and Readiness Assessment Workshop

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 8, 2019

Georgetown, Guyana – (May 8, 2019) The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) this morning, opened an Oil Spill Planning and Readiness ... Read More

Port facilities benefit from training

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 4, 2019

Maritime Administration Department, March 4, 2019 The Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) facilitated a training session for Linesmen from several port ... Read More

COVID-19 Alert!

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