Kiribati benefit from South-South Collaboration initiative  

Providing Safety of Navigation at Beveridge Reef: A successful risk assessment trip

The Pacific Safety of Navigation project team is thrilled to share the exciting news of the recent risk assessment trip to Beveridge Reef in Niue aboard the New Zealand specialist navy vessel HMNZS Manawanui. The two-day expedition, 2nd to the 4th of…

Installation and deployment of Aids to Navigation in the Port of Luganville, Vanuatu

Navigating through the ocean safely

Managing Marine Aids to Navigation The world’s largest ocean surrounds the Islands of the Pacific. For generations, maritime transport has been an essential part of the people of this region, however the safety of navigating through the oceans is…

Pacific Island Countries take the helm on Aids to Navigation and safety at sea

Almost 50% of the population of the Pacific live on outer islands stretched across our vast Blue Pacific, which makes up 28 million sq. kilometres of Ocean. This sector is a backbone for the Pacific economy as communities are reliant on it for access…

PW Podcast S02-03: Safety at Sea

For centuries, pacific people have traveled across the vast oceans using traditional canoes and other means of transportation. Today hundreds of thousands of people are dependent on sea and shipping services for business, inter-island travel or just the…

Fourth pacific regional energy and transport ministers’ meeting: Introductory remarks by the Director-General of the Pacific Community (SPC)

Fourth pacific regional energy and transport ministers’ meeting Introductory remarks by the Director-General of the Pacific Community (SPC) Apia, Samoa, 18-20 September 2019 Theme: Sustainable Energy and Transport Services for the Blue Pacific  

IALA AtoN Level 1 course manager course

​The Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS) Chapter V requires contracting governments to provide such Aids to Navigation as the volume of traffic and degree of risk require. This IALA AtoN Level 1 Manager Course is the first of this type being…

Breaking Stereotypes in Solomon Islands Maritime Sector: Diana’s Dream

Meet Diana Hill Su’ulisau, one of the inspiring Pacific Island women leading the way in changing mindsets of men and women in society by choosing a career path in Solomon Islands Maritime sector. Diana used to work for one of the local banks in the…
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