Category: News

BMSR Compassionate Statement In memory of : Chief Officer Dang Duy Kien, Bosun Bobie T. Silvestre, Messman Isiah Penaverde

BMSR Compassionate Statement In memory of : Chief Officer Dang Duy Kien, Bosun Bobie T. Silvestre, Messman Isiah Penaverde

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The PR/CEO Mr. G. Ciniglio and Technical Officer Mr. R. Goodall have attended MAIIF30 held at IMO in London on the 9-13th of October 2023.

The PR/CEO Mr. Ciniglio and TO Mr. R. Goodall have attended MAIIF30 held at IMO in London on the 9-13th of October 2023.

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Barbados Welcomes Bulk Carrier M.V. Kynthos

Barbados Maritime administration is proud to announce the newest addition to the fleet, in the shape of m.v. KYNTHOS

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BMSR QUALSHIP 21 AND E-Zero Listing

BMSR is happy to share the good news that the Barbados flag has made the QUALSHIP 21 and E-Zero listing for the second consecutive year, with Barbados having a 0.0 detention rate – we could not ask for a better result.

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BMSR White-listed by PARIS MOU

BMSR is pleased to advise that we have once again been White-listed by PARIS MOU in its Annual Flag Performance report.

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Retirement Of Capt. Ruud Behrend, Nautical Inspector

It is with mixed feelings we witness Ruud’s retirement. He has served the Barbados flag as Nautical Inspector in The Netherland for 25 years, always as the consummate professional in his dealings with both the flag and clients alike.

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Ship Management International 2023

BMSR is excited to announce we are featured in the latest edition of Ship Management International.

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Refreshed Set of Shipboard Documents

BMSR are pleased to announce we now have our full refreshed set of Shipboard Documents available (printed).

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Barbados Fulmar S Arrives in Ukraine

First foreign-flagged ship Barbados Fulmar S arrives in Ukraine since Feb, awaits grain load

On July 22, Türkiye, the UN, Russia and Ukraine signed a landmark deal in Istanbul to reopen three Ukrainian Black Sea ports for exporting Ukrainian grain stuck for months.

The Barbados Flagged General Cargo Ship Fulmar S was the first foreign-flagged ship, carrying 12,000 tonnes of corn, in the Ukrainian port of Chornomorsk.

To oversee the process, a Joint Coordination Centre in Istanbul was officially launched on July 27, comprising representatives from the three countries and the UN. It enables safe transportation of commercial foodstuffs and fertilisers by merchant ships.

Ukraine is starting to resume grain exports in an effort overseen by a Joint Coordination Centre in Istanbul where Russian, Ukrainian, Turkish and U.N. personnel are working.

Ukraine eventually aims to ship out 3 million tonnes a month from its Black Sea ports.

Roughly 20 million tonnes of grain from last year’s crops are still stuck in the country.

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Ship Management International

BMSR is excited to announce we are featured in the latest edition of Ship Management International.

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