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The Concept of Ship Registration

Introduction The concept of ship registration dates back to the time when vessels started to sail under national flags. Belonging to different countries, the ‘nationality’ of a ship provides not only protection of the owner’s rights, support and other advantages, but also responsibilities and certain limitations. Registration means subjecting the ship to the jurisdiction of […]

Pages: 17 Words: 4977 Topics: Ship, United Kingdom

Planetary Building Faq

I. REVISION HISTORY FAQ started Added Introduction Added Alien Race section Added Last Words section [NOTE: My revision history starts at version 1.0 and each change will be noted as a .1 addition, so the 3rd revision, if it ever gets to that, will be the version 1.3 II. INTRODUCTION This FAQ is to give […]

Pages: 62 Words: 18477 Topics: Automation, Ship
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Malaysia Maritime Environmental Issues and its Impact on Naval Operations

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND Seas and oceans traditionally used by us to have all the source of rich, opportunity and abundance. The vast area of it has given us the aspiration either to use or to abuse it.A  Most of the countries in this world are connected with sea and ocean, which make the […]

Pages: 31 Words: 9355 Topics: Air Pollution, Global Warming, Ozone Depletion, Pollution, Sea, Ship, Waste

The Straits of Malacca

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Background The Straits of Malacca stretches between Peninsular Malaysia and the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The littoral states of the Straits of Malacca are Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. The Strait, situated between the coastline of Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore to the east and the Indonesian island of Sumatra to the west, extends […]

Pages: 56 Words: 16678 Topics: Malaysia, Military, National Security, Piracy, Research, Ship, Singapore

Strategic Analysis of Maritime Satellite Communication

Strategic Analysis of Maritime Satellite Communication 4. Strategic Analysis and Challenges of Maritime Satellite Communication (MVSAT) 4.1 Commercial Offering for MVSAT Providers With the ever changing of customer needs, changes are needed to provide the type of service offering to suit the customers. In particularly over the past few years, the maritime market has evolved […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2447 Topics: Cruise Ship, Fossil Fuels, Sea, Ship

Coastal Security of India and the Gom Recommendations International

INTRODUCTION “If the world were to sit up and take note of terrorism on land, it must now stand to, to use a naval phrase, and prepare itself for possible terrorist acts at sea. The task will not be easy because of the nature of the maritimae domain or the theatre where acts of maritime […]

Pages: 12 Words: 3544 Topics: Fishing, India, National Security, Piracy, Sea, Ship, Terrorism

The General Average Act from the York Antwerp Rules

GENERAL AVERAGE General Average Act from the York Antwerp Rules is defined as “Any extraordinary sacrifice or expenditure intentionally and reasonable in time of peril for the purpose of preserving the property imperilled in common maritime adventure” Terms to be considered Extraordinary Sacrifice or Expenditure Intentional Reasonable Peril Common maritime adventure EXTRAORDINARY This can be […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1373 Topics: Risk, Ship

Transformation of Ships Since Columbus Time

Everybody knows that Columbus made the life changing trip to the Americas on three ships: the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria. These ships that Columbus used have evolved greatly over time. The technology of ships today has allowed traveling by sea to be much easier. Columbus’ ships and modern ships have few similarities, and they […]

Pages: 3 Words: 817 Topics: Christopher Columbus, Cruise Ship, Ship

Fall of the Roman Empire

The city of Rome, which became a capital of one of the largest empires in the history of Europe if not the world, is in central Italy, along the Tiber River, about 15 miles from the Tyrrhenian sea. Surrounded by the fertile land of the plain of Latium, the tiny village that became Rome was […]

Pages: 3 Words: 897 Topics: Ancient Rome, Julius Caesar, Piracy, Roman Empire, Ship

Zheng he Voyages

Through strong factual evidence I’ve concluded that Zheng He’s voyages were an expression of power by the Chinese empire. While it may have been a show of force many forget to point out the threat of the Xiongnu who at the time ruled the Mongolian steppes.1 The connection begins with Tamerlane, nominally vizier and son-in-law […]

Pages: 2 Words: 625 Topics: China, Imperialism, Ship, Travel
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