WaterFront Maritime Services

United States

Below you will have access to the countries’ insight for local availability, enforcement, implications, and contingencies for Sulphur 2020.


Borders are open to residents and non-residents as from 01 October 2020. Priority will be given to persons of Mauritian nationality, businessmen and women, crew members as well as long-term tourists.


JP Government has indeed started tightened the entry procedure for visitors as consulted with Immigration office, regulation related on Crew on/off-signing remains unchanged, which means we can still assist them with their entry to JP via shore pass entry.


Kuwait Ministry of Health announced gradual return to normalcy as part of Phase four plan. Below the effects on Shipping industry: Crew change not allowed; All types of Visa issuance remain suspended with exception to Government related matters…


All respective companies must provide face masks, hand gloves and sanitizer to all personnel. Documents (maritime declaration of health, voyage memo & crew list) must be submitted to Port Health officer within 48 to 72 hrs before vessel arrival.

New Office in Savannah, Georgia

As we continue to join the dots for our customers, WaterFront has established another new local office on the US East Coast, this time in Savannah, GA. Our Branch Manager, David Ferencsik, has well over 30 years of experience in the…


Crew Changes are allowed in Panamá, but the following restrictions apply: Local Authorities do not allow on signers coming from South America, all countries. Same applies for persons that were in transit in any country of South America.

Expanding Our Network Into Baltimore

As we continue to join the dots for our customers, WaterFront has established a new local office on the US East Coast in Baltimore. Our Branch Manager, Don Maney, is a Baltimore native with over 30 years of experience…

In Which Ports is COVID-19 Testing available?

Waterfront Maritime Services is #joiningthedots to help our clients get their crew home safely from any port in the world, especially during this unprecedented and challenging COVID-19 induced environment.

Sulphur 2020 Regulations

From 1 January 2020, the limit for sulphur in fuel oil used on board ships operating outside designated emission control areas is reduced to 0.50% m/m (mass by mass).