maritime position

maritime position

[′mar·ə‚tīm pə′zish·ən]
(navigation)
The location of a seaport or other point along a coast.
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He also pointed to a number of factors that have led the UAE to enjoy its leading maritime position, such as its coastal advantage at the regional and international levels due to its strategic geographic location; modern communications technology; world-class infrastructure; the latest marine vessels and channels; and logistics and electronic connectivity, including naval fleets that support international maritime trade in transporting goods and passengers.
At the meeting, Dr Abdullah Belheif Al Nuaimi, UAE's Minister of Infrastructure Development and chairman of the FTA, noted that the UAE has solidified its leading maritime position by hosting well-known maritime-related events and conferences, including the UAE Maritime Week, Dubai Maritime Week, Dubai Maritime Summit, Abu Dhabi Summit of Global Marine and Maritime Leaders, International Fujairah Bunkering and Fuel Oil Forum, and many other regional and international gatherings.
The government of Cyprus plans to strengthen its maritime position as the eleventh biggest fleet in the world and the third in the EU after Greece and Malta, by identifying new shipping markets and ship types within 2017, President Nicos Anastasiades declared in his speech to shipowners at the Four Seasons in Limassol.
Lebanon believes it has a cast iron case for Point 23 because of the established cartographic rule of using triangulation from three points on land to determine a maritime position.
The Advisory Team is part of a study conducted by NCDOT, AECOM and URS that aims to improve the commercial maritime position of North Carolina.
Who exploits global exterior maritime lines can attain the global exterior maritime position.
The challenge to the nation's maritime position precipitated a reexamination of both Britain's auxiliary cruiser policy, and the means lot defending essential shipping routes in wartime.
The FTA Director General's win is being seen as an important factor in promoting the UAE's leading maritime position at regional and global levels and is also expected to provide a big push for the UAE's candidacy for Category B membership into the International Maritime Organization (IMO) council, which will hold its elections on December 1, 2017.
Today, Omani youth occupy the highest maritime positions as pilots of the latest fleet of fast ferries.
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