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Portugal backs EISAP on ballast water

12/05/2017

Following a request made expressly by EISAP on behalf of the interests of international shipowners with vessels registered in Madeira, the Portuguese maritime administration issued Circular 43 authorizing the disharmonizing of the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate on March 3 2017. 

In practice, the measure gives shipowners the opportunity to have ballast water treatment

Germany subsidises EU flags

12/05/2017

The German government has implemented a unique and far-reaching new scheme in support of the German flag, with a number of measures either directly or indirectly supporting vessels operating under the flag. In so doing, the German government is seeking to ensure the education of

Estoril and Cascais – so much to discover just 30 minutes from Li...

12/05/2017

Now that the winter is over it's time to start dreaming about sunny summer days and the lure of outdoor activities. If you are planning your summer break why not include Portugal in your plans? Or more precisely, the beautiful coastline of Estoril and Cascais, just 30 minutes from

Our ‘house’ in Lisbon 

12/05/2017

Like the Madeira International Shipping Register (MAR), Euromar is growing and, as such, has felt the need to expand its Lisbon office with the aim of providing a more complete service and a greater proximity to the decision centres of the Portuguese maritime administration.

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EUROMAR aims to conquer Greek market for soaring Portuguese flag

22/12/2016

Lloyd's List, 22 December 2016 EU tonnage tax pressure on Athens and general backlash against offshore business seen as boosting MAR's momentum

MANAGERS guiding the International Shipping Register of Madeira are predicting that Greek shipowners will follow in

EUROMAR calls for reduction of flagging out fee

16/12/2016

EUROMAR has proposed the reduction of the German ‘flagging out fee’ from its current level of Euros 12,000, with the provision that the vessel stays within the European Union. 

The proposal was made during a meeting in Berlin of the coastal committee of the German Christian

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