CROATIAN SHIPOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION
18.06.2018
IBIA Pointers for Problem Fuels: What Should Ship Owners Do?

A significant number of ships have experienced serious operational problems – chiefly sticking/seizing fuel pumps and in some cases filter blockages – after lifting bunker fuels from the US Gulf region since late March and during April/May. Most cases have reportedly been caused by intermediate fuel oils (IFOs) bunkered in the Houston area, though there are indications that similar problems have been caused by fuels bunkered in Panama.

16.05.2018
III ADRIATIC MARITIME LAW CONFERENCE GRADO, 24-26 May 2018

LINER SHIPS FOR TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS IN THE ADRIATIC – IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS ON PROTECTION OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN CROATIA

30.03.2018
Happy Easter

08.02.2018
The Economic Impact of the Croatian Shipping Industry, Oxford Economics

This study sets out the economic benefits supported by the Croatian shipping industry, in terms of its GDP contribution and the jobs it sustains.

05.09.2017
The Little Blue Book on Ballast Water

Little Blue Book on Ballast Water which was initiated by Danish Shipping and developed by LITEHAUZ through a donation from the Danish Maritime Fund.

Mare Nostrum

Welcome to the Mare Nostrum Web Page

CROATIAN SHIPOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION MARE NOSTRUM  was founded in 1991.  Mare Nostrum has 10 members - the most important Croatian shippers - who manage 133 vessels with a total of 1.650.173 GT. The main purpose of the Association is to promote shipping interests, to advocate for satisfactory and competitive shipping conditions as to encourage a safe, reliable and valuable shipping. As an association of employers we participate in social dialogues with other social partners and are a signatory of the National Collective Agreement for Croatian Seafarers.  

Croatian Ship Registry is an associate member of Mare Nostrum.

Mare Nostrum is a member of the European Community Shipowners' Association. 

Mare Nostrum functions through its assembly, supervisory, working bodies (the commission), and its directorate.

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IBIA Pointers for Problem Fuels: What Should Ship Owners Do?

A significant number of ships have experienced serious operational problems – chiefly sticking/seizing fuel pumps and in some cases filter blockages – after lifting bunker fuels from the US Gulf region since late March and during April/May. Most cases have reportedly been caused by intermediate fuel oils (IFOs) bunkered in the Houston area, though there are indications that similar problems have been caused by fuels bunkered in Panama.

18.06.2018

07.06.2018

Nova novost

21.05.2018

III ADRIATIC MARITIME LAW CONFERENCE GRADO, 24-26 May 2018

LINER SHIPS FOR TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS IN THE ADRIATIC – IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS ON PROTECTION OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN CROATIA

16.05.2018

26.04.2018

19.04.2018
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