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.
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.
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.
Amver, sponsored by the United States Coast Guard, is a unique, computer-based, and voluntary global ship reporting system used worldwide by search and rescue authorities to arrange for assistance to persons in distress at sea. Learn more at http://www.amver.com
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