|Statement||Saad Eddine Semmar.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/03874 (K)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 133 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||89967631|
the right of entry into maritime ports in international law This article examines the Aramco arbitration together with the authorities upon which the Tribunal relied. It also considers other authorities and sources of law which might offer the evidence in support of a right of by: The Right of Entry into Maritime Ports in International Law A.V. LOWE* Sometimes it is asserted that as a matter of customary inter- national law a right of entry exists for foreign merchant ships into a State's maritime ports.' The Tribunal in the arbitration between the Saudi Arabian government and the Arabian American Oil * Lecturer in Law, University of Wales Institute of Science and Tech. This Article will examine the Aramco arbitration together with the authorities upon which the Tribunal relied. It will also consider other authorities and sources of law which might offer the evidence in support of a right of entry. The second part of the Article will attempt to define a right of entry, and it will discuss the sparse precedents of State by: A.V. Lowe, The Right of Entry into Maritime Ports in International Law, 14 San Diego L. Rev. , (): “The Right of Entry in Distress “All merchant ships in distress have a right to enter the ports of a foreign State. This right is grounded upon humanitarian considerations.
What is Guide to Port Entry? Guide to Port Entry is a 4 volume book, which contains comprehensive port data on over 9, ports, terminals and harbours around the world to facilitate the planning of a port . Maritime Logistics: A Complete Guide to Effective Shipping and Port Management Current globalization and borderless operations in manufacturing are creating a greater demand for international transportation and supply chain logistics. Maritime (shipping and ports) is one of the key components in this business pattern. It is now estimated that approximately 90% of global trading freight moves. The concerned officers shall confirm the completed condition of the corresponding items of the “Checklist for Entering Port” and report the same to the Master. Relevant entry to be made in the Deck Log Book to this effect. Note: Main Engine Astern Testing should be carried out before every port entries. International law recognizes the right of States to regulate entry into their ports (UNCLOS, Article 2, refers to the sovereignty of a coastal State over its land territory, internal waters, archipelagic waters and the territorial sea). Under longstanding maritime tradition and the practice of good seamanship, the master of a ship faced.
port or harbour’s marine movement profile (leisure craft types, vessel types, trade types), but those managing small harbours would be well advised to at least seek help from larger neighbours if navigational risk assessment is breaking new ground for the port or harbour. Ports are one of the primary components of the general transportation sector and are nowadays linked to the expanding world economy. Ports are basically a means of integration into the global economic system. The maritime sector encompasses a wide range of services, the transportation of goods and passengers being the primary one. PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING. This is the final edition of maritime news at this address - from 1 February we will have moved to All information on the old site will meanwhile continue to be available but go to the new site for the latest News, Ship Movement reports and other maritime information. The – Ports & Terminals Guide ports and terminals included in one place for your convenience. This one-stop shop saves time and money compared to having to purchase multiple products at higher prices. What’s New: Now covers 6, ports, 13, terminals, giving you o ports and terminals.