Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Welcome Wednesday!

It's that time of the week. Time to recognize the vessels enrolled in Amver. These companies have recognized the benefits of a well managed search and rescue case. Knowing the characteristics of a ship, it's next port call and the best way to call the bridge are key to ensuring the best ship is sent to assist in an emergency at sea. Yes, we know there are automated ways to track ships. But do those automated tracking schemes know if you have a doctor on board? No, they don't. Join Amver and you're part of a well coordinated search and rescue response.

  • INDIGA
  • DISCOVERY
  • QUARTZ
  • MOL FSRU CHALLENGER
  • MARFA
  • MARAN ARES
  • TAIPEI TRIUMPH
  • NORDDOLPHIN
  • N.B. PRASAD
  • FOMENTO TWO
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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Welcome Wednesday!

If you're wondering who joined Amver this week look no further! Ships join Amver for a number of reasons. Tradition, the desire to help people, business reasons or because the shipping community recognizes the value of well coordinated rescue management. Regardless of the reason, we're thankful you continue to support and join Amver. Help us welcome the latest members of the Amver safety network.

  • LA SUPREMA
  • CESI TIANJIN
  • CABO FUJI
  • OLYMPIAN HIGHWAY
  • ORIENTAL KING
  • SAN PEDRO
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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Welcome Wednesday!

Who joined Amver this week? The list may be small, but it's important none the less. Your vessel may be the difference between life and death for a seafarer, migrant or yachtsman. We appreciate the sacrifice your company makes, both financially and in personal risk, when asked to respond to a call for assistance. What you do makes a difference. Thank you.

  • MARAN AJAX
  • BEIRA
  • SANYU
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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Welcome Wednesday!

One may be the lonliest number but we'll take one. One is the difference between life and death. One vessel means someone is out there, standing watch, keeping a lookout and available to render assistance. All it takes is one. But Amver is more than one. In fact, there are almost 8,000 ships available each day to assist in search and rescue anywhere in the world. Will you help us? Will you be the one? Help us welcome the latest member of Amver.

  • FRONT POLLUX
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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Welcome Wednesday!

Hey, did you join Amver this week? If you did, thank you! If you haven't, join us now. There is no shortage of good work that your vessels can provide. The sea remains a dangerous place and nobody is better suited to lend a hand than you, the seafarer. Now, help us welcome the latest members of the Amver safety network.

  • BW NILE
  • ROYAL BLISS
  • YM UNIFORMITY
  • MOUNT KELLETT
  • SC SCORPIO
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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Welcome Wednesday!

You've been waiting for it, right? You want to know who joined Amver this week, don't you? Of course you do. Well the wait is over. The tradition of listing ships in Amver dates back to our beginning in 1958 when newly enrolled ships were listed in the Amver Bulletin. We're happy to continue the tradition today. Help us welcome the latest members of the Amver safety network.

  • DEEPWATER PONTUS
  • SEASPEED
  • KASSOS
  • GREATSHIP RASHI
  • PARNASSOS
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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Welcome Wednesday!

Another week and we're proud to deliver the list of the latest ships enrolled in Amver. Who are they? Take a look below. You've considered joining Amver but haven't taken the next step? Enrolling in Amver is easy and only takes a few moments. Join today and you can ensure no call for help goes unanswered.
  • AMERICAN SPIRIT
  • CMA CGM T. ROOSEVELT
  • SFL SABINE
  • YM URANUS
  • HANNA OLDENDORFF
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