The official newsletter of The Bahamas Maritime Authority
It has been a busy few months for The BMA team.
The Bahamas Maritime Authority was pleased to host the Bahamian Minister for Transport and Housing, Hon. JoBeth Coleby-Davis, in London.
We welcome some of the latest ships to The Bahamas register.
The Bahamas Maritime Cadet Corps (BMCC), which was first established by The Bahamas Ministry of Transport in 2004 to introduce high school students to employment opportunities in the maritime sector…
The BMA’s Piraeus office was established in 2014 with the aim to provide assistance on the ground to its many clients in Greece.
At the beginning of 2023, The BMA was pleased to announce the launch of its comprehensive online reporting portal for use by managers and owners.
Our Seafarers and Manning team is committed to looking after the welfare of crew who serve onboard Bahamas flagged ships.
Recent rescues at sea for Bahamas flagged vessels.
All at The BMA are delighted that the Registry will be part of the exciting LISW23 week.
The BMA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Argenmar SA, a shipping group established in Argentina in 1992.
John Lloyd FNI is CEO of The Nautical Institute, an international representative body for maritime professionals.
The Bahamas continued its long-held tradition of making its annual member state assessment payment to the International Maritime Organisation.
Celebrating women in the industry, the second IMO International Day for Women in Maritime, under the theme Mobilizing networks for gender equality.
The BMA team was in Shanghai, China for a promotional week in March.
The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) once again engaged with industry partners and stakeholders at Seatrade Cruise Global 2023 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Regional Director, Dimitri Tsiftis, has been honoured with an award from Maritime Economies Magazine at its ‘Personalities of Greek Shipping 2023’.
Here at the Bahamas Maritime Authority, we are asked numerous questions every day, in this feature we try to answer some that we’re asked most frequently.