The regulatory framework for safety at sea and maritime transport is formulated to a great extent internationally, and binding international cooperation and the international development of regulations are of great importance to safety at sea in Norwegian waters.
Much of the work that takes place internationally, especially in the EU and IMO, has a direct impact on the services that the Norwegian Coastal Administration provides.
The Norwegian Coastal Administration therefore attaches a great deal of importance to participation in international forums to make a contribution to future developments in accordance with the Norwegian wishes and needs.
Norway contributes to shaping the future of shipping
The globally leading nations on autonomous maritime operations came together today for the very first time. They have now launched a cooperation to exchange knowledge and work towards common guidelines for future development. Norway takes part.
Changes in navigation passing the Maaloy bridge
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration will carry out necessary maintenance on the Måløy bridge (Måløybrua) from 31 July 2020 to September 2021. The sailing draft will periodically be lower than normal and the sailing pattern must therefore be temporarily changed.
Nytt forsøk på å fjerne havarert tråler
Tråleren som havarerte i isen i Hinlopenstredet ved Svalbard skal fjernes. Melding om midlertidig ferdselsforbud i området kommer som følge av dette.
New Digital Information Service for Vessel Traffic in the Arctic
The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) has established a new digital information service to increase safety for vessel traffic in Arctic areas.
Request users of Digital Route Service to give feedback
At routeinfo.no, 118 additional sailing routes and waypoints are now available from Stad to Rørvik. The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) invites users of the Digital Route Service to give feedback in an online survey.
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