Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Welcome Wednesday!

Big things come in small packages. We're happy that another batch of vessels have chosen to join Amver this week. Help us make them feel welcome.

  • SEARCHER
  • STENA IMMACULATE
  • ALKAIOS
  • OYSTER BAY
  • RBD BOREA
  • ALMIRANTE GASTAO MOTTA
Photo credit: Fotolia

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Welcome Wednesday!

If you want to know who joined Amver you don't need to look much further than this. Each week we bring you the list of ships newly enrolled. We've been bringing this list to the maritime public for almost as long as there has been an Amver publication. All those ships, all participating in a global search and rescue system, all part of a global search and rescue system.

Commitment to safety at sea is our bedrock and we hope you'll continue to help us build on our foundation of mariner helping mariner. Now help us welcome the latest members of the Amver family.

  • STENA HORIZON
  • UNITY EXPLORER
  • BW MALACCA
  • PACIFIC CONGYING
  • LINUS P
  • TUNSIN
  • NAVION EUROPA
  • CSK VANGUARD
  • MARAN GAS HECTOR
  • COURAGEOUS
  • CAJUN SUN
  • FAIRCHEM KATANA
  • ALBERT II
Photo credit: Fotolia

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Welcome Wednesday!

Here is the latest list of vessels enrolled in the Amver system. You've probably heard about Amver, you may already participate and you may know a shipowner, manager or seafarer that doesn't think they need to participate. Help change their mind.

Amver still provides a value to search and rescue personnel by ensuring the right ship is sent to the right place at the right time. Help us, share the Amver story with your colleagues today.

  • MAX PRODUCER
  • APAL
  • NORD POLLUX
  • BW MAGELLAN
  • SUNRISE
  • U.S. INTREPID
  • LOG-IN JATOBA
  • HELLAS APHRODITE
  • HELLAS GLADIATOR
  • FOMENTO ONE
  • HELLAS APPOLO
  • MP ULTRAMAX 1
  • BRITISH CUMULUS
  • MP ULTRAMAX 2
  • STI JERMYN
  • STOLT YURI
Photo credit: Fotolia

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Welcome Wednesday!

Any time a ship enrolls in Amver we increase the likelihood a call for help, anywhere in the ocean, will be answered. Your participation in organized search and rescue is a force multiplier for search and rescue authorities around the world. There is no shortage of people in peril at sea and with your help we can ensure they are safe.

  •  WENDY O
  • ELENA
  • ATROTOS HERACLES
  • FALCON TRIUMPH
  • PINK SANDS
  • NAVIG8 PROVIDENCE
  • MTM TORTOLA
  • APEX
  • SUNISA NAREE
  • STOLT HAGI
  • NAVIGATOR NOVA
  • IVER AGILE
  • DENSA CROCODILE
  • NEW ODYSSEY
  • GENER8 MILTIADES
  • BLUEBIRD
Photo credit: Fotolia

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Welcome Wednesday!

Thank you for continuing to support Amver. Here's the latest list of new Amver enrollees. Besides joining Amver, you can also share your rescue success stories with us through our new online rescue report. Let us know when you perform a rescue at sea!

  • CSCL INDIAN OCEAN
  • JPA ELLI
  • MARAN ATHENA
  • SASCO ANGARA
  • GENER8 NOBLE
  • SNOW PLOEG
  • SK SUPREME
  • SK STELLAR
  • EVER LUNAR
  • HOLLAND PEARL
Photo credit: Fotolia

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Welcome Wednesday!

We're happy to bring you the list of the latest vessels that enrolled in Amver. If you haven't joined, consider becoming part of the largest voluntary search and rescue program in the world. Your vessel may be the difference between life and death for another seafarer. Now, help us welcome the latest Amver participants.

  • AFRICAN HHB
  • HERUN ZHEJIANG
  • WILLARD J
  • JPS AFRODITI
  • FEDERAL COLUMBIA
  • TAKETOMI
  • SBI ZUMBA
  • STAR EUROPE
  • SEVEN SUN
  • SADAH SILVER
Photo credit: Fotolia

Friday, October 14, 2016

VIDEO AVAILABLE- Amver Participating Cruise Ship Saves 5 Migrants

The Amver participating cruise ship Carnival Glory rescued five Cuban migrants from a make shift raft approximately 50 miles southeast of Key West, Fla. on Friday, September 30, 2016.

U.S. Coast Guard rescue personnel in Key West received notification from the Panamanian flagged vessel they had encountered a make shift raft taking on water and started rescue operations. The Carnival Glory crew threw a rope and safely embarked the five Cubans, giving them a medical check up before transferring them to U.S. Coast Guard officials.



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The Carnival Glory, managed by Carnival Corporation, enrolled in Amver on June 30, 2003 and has earned 13 Amver participation awards.

Video credit: Robert Dennard via YouTube