Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) recently launched self-inspection procedure for all private marine leisure crafts with length not exceeding eight meters.
Consolidating its leadership as a haven for crews stuck on board ships due to COVID-19
Resumption allowed provided that preventive procedures and guidelines to ensure security and safety of crew are properly observed
Reaffirming its commitment to promote, develop and regulate the maritime sector, the DMCA continues to oversee the improvement of the regulatory and operational procedures for berths in Dubai.
Department of Transport in Abu Dhabi signed MoC with the DMCA with an aim to promote the development, consolidation and regulation of the maritime sector based on competitiveness, sustainability, excellence and innovation.
In keeping with its long-standing efforts to develop, regulate, and enhance the maritime sector, DMCA recently launched the ‘Maritime Signage Design and Guidelines’ available in both Arabic and English.
As part of its strategic initiatives to drive maritime innovation and creativity, the DMCA celebrated the launch of ‘Innovation Quay,’ a new ambitious initiative designed to take advantage of technological innovations.
In cooperation with Det Norske Veritas, one of the world’s largest classification society of vessels, Dubai Maritime City Authority’s (DMCA) ‘Maritime Innovation’ workshop recently concluded with high participation from maritime industry pioneers and other government entities such as DP World, Dry Docks World, Dubai Maritime City, JAFZA and Trakhees.
DMCA has announced the signing of an agreement with DNV GL at theDNV GL National Committee, which started on November 15, 2016, to collaborate on several maritime innovation initiatives.