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Emergency Drill
21/08/2015
As part of the ISO requirements the staff of Armona carried out an emergency drill in the event of an earthquake gathering at the Muster station.
Emergency Drill
21/08/2015
As part of the ISO requirements the staff of Armona carried out an emergency drill in the event of an earthquake gatheri...
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Internship at Armona
22/07/2015
A student of Wharton School of Business opted for a 8 week internship at Armona to gather experience in operations, post fixture, and chartering. Part of the training was a 2 week stay on board the Atlantis Armona with voyages from Barcelona to Lavera and Barcelona. The student was so overwhelmed by the overall experience leaving us back with an application for the upcoming summer of 2016.
Internship at Armona
22/07/2015
A student of Wharton School of Business opted for a 8 week internship at Armona to gather experience in operations, post fixture, and c...
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Refreshment Seminar
02/06/2015
The refreshment seminar took place at Armona Denizcilik as part of our every-six-months seminar programme. Gathering the seamen and the office staff, yet another seminar went by with experiences and informations exchanged. Of course finished-off a two day course with a nice meal and a karting experience for all the participants.
 
Refreshment Seminar
02/06/2015
The refreshment seminar took place at Armona Denizcilik as part of our every-six-months seminar programme. Gathering the seamen and the...
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ITOSF Istanbul
26/03/2015
Armona Denizcilik has taken the flag to host the 143rd ITOSF meeting in Istanbul this year.

The event took place at The Ritz Carlton, Istanbul, covering new regulations, safety implementations, market challenges and in depth study of TMSA as well as GAP analysis.The 2 day long seminar started on the 24th of February - included speeches, discussion meetings and gala dinner on the evening of the 1st day.

We would like to thank the spokesmen for their input, helping us to put together an event where participants have benefited both from knowledge and experience.

It was an opportunity for all attendants to come together not only for business, but also to socialize in good company and entertainment as hard work never goes unrewarded.
ITOSF Istanbul
26/03/2015
Armona Denizcilik has taken the flag to host the 143rd ITOSF meeting in Istanbul this year.

The event took place at The ...
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Praises to the Crew
05/01/2015
Below message was sent from the insurance surveyor of the capsized french fishing vessel:
Happy New Year to all your team!

I am acting as the insurance surveyor of the French trawler SAINT ANTOINE DE PADOUE II which sunk in the Channel near Le Havre last Saturday. Your vessel BOMAR CERES has been participating actively to the rescue operation of the crew. After the rescue by the Navy helicopter, the three fishermen have been transported to a hospital for examination and they are now safe and back home.

The rescued fishermen and the owner of the vessel wish to give very warm thanks to the crew of your vessel for their action."
The Fécamp fishing vessel, the St. Anthony of Padua, triggered his distress beacon around 17.45 yesterday (Saturday, January 3, 2015). The three fishermen were found on board their life raft a few nautical Courseules-sur-Mer. At the time of the accident, the trawler was fishing. His trawl hooked and capsized the ship. After the outbreak of the beacon of St. Anthony of Padua, the vessel area, the Maltese tanker Bomar Ceres, reports having seen the last fragments of a distress flare two cables of position. The ship is baffled by the CROSS Jobourg that engages as soon helicopter of the Navy.Two other fishing vessels, the Penelope and Telemachus 1, located in the area offer their support and are also diverted to the scene of the operation.To strengthen the rescue device, a boat of the SNSM also committed.The liferaft is rapidly detected with three sailors aboard the tanker, who put his water rescue craft to go to the contact of the sailors. After confirmation of the number of crew, the three fishermen were airlifted and transported to the hospital Monod Le Havre. Notice to Mariners has been issued by the maritime prefecture to signal the presence of the wreck.

French fishing vessel, the St. Antoine de Padua II, triggered his distress beacon around 17:45 yesterday (Saturday, January 3, 2015). The three fishermen were found on board their life raft a few miles off the coast of Courseules-sur-Mer.

At the time of the accident, the trawler was fishing. His trawl hooked and capsized the ship.

After the launch of the beacon of St. Antoine de Padua II, a vessel in the viscinity, Maltese flagged chemical tanker Bomar Ceres, reported having seen the last fragments of a distress flare two clicks of it's position. The ship was deviated by the CROSS Jobourg that also engaged a helicopter of the Navy to the fishermen's rescue.

Two other fishing vessels, the Penelope and the Telemaque 1, located in the area offered their support and are also diverted to the scene of the operation.

With Bomar Ceres' rescue raft 3 fishermen were soon safely on board the tanker.

After confirmation of the number of crew, the three fishermen were airlifted and transported to Monod Hospital at Le Havre.
Praises to the Crew
05/01/2015
Below message was sent from the insurance surveyor of the capsized french fishing vessel:
Happy New Year to all your team!
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Third Time is a charm!
09/12/2014
Practice for perfection, repetition for consistency...bowling for fun..
The third company seminar that took place on the second week of December 2014 was yet another great occasion for the shore and sea staff of Armona & Atlantis family to unite and exchange experiences, ideas and to look into ways to further improve quality in what we do.

The third company run officer seminar was held on 9th/10th December 2014 in our own premises with the participation of over 30 senior and junior officers and various speakers. The opening speech was made by the Company’s CEO, Mr. Lorenz Weinstabl and subsequently by CTO, Cpt. Levent Karsan.

They were followed by DPA, Cpt. Gökhan Özgal who explained ISM implementations, KPIs, best practices and safety culture of the company as well as Fleet Manager, Cpt. Bülent İlbay who made a presentation about the importance of keeping rest hour records correctly on board. Other speakers were Chartering Manager,Cpt. Kutay Somaklı and Technical Manager, Mr. Altan Çetin whom had taken up important commercial and technical issues such as bunkering, nitrogen generators etc. Not only speakers from the Company were present but also many guests were invited to attend the seminar, whom had been talking about obesity amongst seafarers, regulations to prevent collision, painting on board and preparations for vetting inspections.

Many of the topics were interactively held and attracted the interest of the participating officers. The seminar was also livened up by a visit to Tuzla where the officers watched the simulated launching of a liferaft as well as enjoyable lunch and dinner organizations where office and sea staff had the opportunity to socialize together.

The seminar was concluded by a bowling game for all participants where, at the end, the winner was presented a medal by CEO, Mr. Weinstabl.
Third Time is a charm!
09/12/2014
Practice for perfection, repetition for consistency...bowling for fun..
The third company seminar that took place on the second ...
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Bomar Venus with Armona
01/06/2014
Borealis Maritime's 6.200 DWT IMOII Tanker Bomar Venus finds her place under Armona Denizcilik A.S's Technical Management along with 4 other Borealis vessels.

Armona Denizcilik lately took over the technical management of Bomar Mars last month and as of beginning June, they will also be in charge of the technical management of Bomar Venus. Managing 12 ships, 5 of which belong to Borealis Maritime, Armona Denizcilik is expanding it's technically managed fleet.

Having this 5th addition from Borealis Maritime clearly shows that at Armona Denizcilik 'we are doing it the way it's meant to be done'.
Bomar Venus with Armona
01/06/2014
Borealis Maritime's 6.200 DWT IMOII Tanker Bomar Venus finds her place under Armona Denizcilik A.S's Technical Management ...
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