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Navigational safety doesn’t come free

Maritime Risk International

Navigational safety doesn’t come free

Sean Moloney reports on the importance of maintaining navigational safety and the reasons why the industry must pay up

The importance of ensuring safe navigation in today’s major sea lanes has never come into question especially when you consider the important role it plays in protecting life at sea as well as preventing pollution. But these things do not come cheaply, which is why the International Foundation for Aids to Navigation (IFAN) has had to act regarding payment for assisting the transiting of vessels in the Middle East Gulf.

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