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According to the joint venture contract with General company for Ports of Iraq , Sea Crown obtained exclusive license to perform Ship to Ship operations (STS) at Iraqi territorial waters. Period of this license is 12 years.

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Sea Crown owned new Tug boat to be used for Sea Crown Marine Services

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General company for ports of Iraq (GCPI) presented appreciation certificate to Sea Crown Marine Services Co., as appreciate of Sea Crown efforts to maximizing income of General company for Ports of Iraq for the years 2017, 2018 and 2019

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We proudly announce that we commenced supplying of provision, spare parts and fresh water at anchorage area - Iraq territorial water. On 27.Aug.2019 we supplied M/T Gas Zeus and M/T Gas Athena with various types of provision based on their request and fresh water.

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Sea crown Marine Services and General Company of Iraqi ports has been signed long term joint venture contract to perform ship to ship operations (STS) for oil tankers at Iraqi territory waters.

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Depend on the contract which signed between Sea Crown Marine Services Company and Marlog Company. KAZ berth no.09 started berthing and loading operations under operating and supervision of Sea Crown Company.

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According to the long term joint venture contract which Sea Crown Marine Services signed with State Company for Maritime Transport, Sea Crown commenced supplying vessels, Tankers and all marine floating units in all Iraqi ports in competitive prices. For supplying please contact us via - Bunker supply : bunker.supply@sea-crown.com - lube oils supply : catering@sea-crown.com - Freshwater supply : provision.supply@sea-crown.com - Provision supply : provision.supply@sea-crown.com - For supplying any of above and marine services :floating.station@sea-crown.com

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As the result of growth work of Sea Crown Marine Services, we recently opened a new office in Dubai - UAE under name of Sea Crown Marine Services DMCC. Address of our new office :- Office 204, indigo Icon Bldg, Cluster F, Jumeirah Lakes towers - P.O.Box No. 213204

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Sea crown marine services has been successfully completed auditing operation to ensure integrated of quality system applied in company.

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Depend on the signed contract between Sea Crown Marine Services & State company for maritime transport. Sea Crown completed all requirement to commence work of floating station. on 01.09.2018 floating station entered into the service by supplying vessels with bunker , provision supply, fresh water supply, crew change, spare parts supply and any other services depend on customer's request.

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First LR vessel entered Iraqi ports. This LR vessel entered under our agency . The vessel loaded with more than 42 KT of Gas oil. This vessel berthed on 23.Jan.2018 , KAZ berth no.03 (SKA terminal) where the draft at this berth reaches to 12 Meters. Berthing operation done safely and smoothly. Discharging operation commenced on 24.Jan.2018

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Sea Crown for Marine Services & General trading Co. has been signed long term contract with SKA energy FZE. According to this contract Sea Crown became marine arm of SKA energy for operating and providing logistic services for SKA berths ( KAZ berth no.2 ,3 and 4). We, As the marine arm of SKA terminal have arranged to bring vessels with drafts up to 10.20 M. Many vessels loaded with more than 30 KT of Gas oil have been berthed and discharged their cargo smoothly and safely. Maximum draft of 10.5 M is SKA terminal & KAZ port authority requirement to integrate with there safety standards.

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ship-to-ship (STS) transfer operation is the transfer of cargo between seagoing ships positioned alongside each other, either while stationary or underway. Cargoes typically transferred via STS methods include crude oil, liquefied gas (LPG or LNG), bulk cargo, and petroleum products. The nomenclature STS transfer should be used in reference to techniques used by civilian merchant vessels, as differentiated from underway replenishment which is the term used by the US Navy for similar, but usually far more complicated, operations between naval vessels while underway. Most of cargo operations take place between a ship and a land-based terminal. Nevertheless, it sometimes can be useful to transfer cargo from one ship to another in the open sea and this is called a ship-to-ship operation. One vessel will act as the terminal whilst the other one will moor. The receiving ship is called the daughter vessel and the delivering vessel is called STBL (Ship to be lightered) or Mother vessel.

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Floating Station: Based on the joint venture controls applicable and adopted by the General Secretariat of the ministers council under the decision of the council of ministers No. 492 of 2013, and the maritime agencies law No. 56 of 1985 as amended by law No. 83 of 2012, and according to the joint venture contract No.2 on 30/10/2016 between, State Company for Maritime transport and Sea Crown for Marine Services and General trading Ltd. CO. Sea Crown For Marine Services & General Trading Co. Ltd is responsible for the following jobs at Iraqs territorial waters and all Iraqs ports according to the above mentioned contract. A- Bunkering qvessels, ships and floating maritime units of all types of fuel. B- Provide vessels, ships and floating maritime units of all types of oils. C- Provide vessels, ships and floating maritime units with fresh water. D- Provide vessels, ships and floating maritime units of all types of livelihood. E- Provide vessels, ships and floating maritime units with seamen or replace them. F- Provide vessels, ships and floating maritime units with spare parts. G- Performing maintenance to all kinds of vessels, ships and floating maritime units. H- Provision of health services for marine crews as well as carry out the procedures to transfer bodies of all deaths that occur on vessels, ships and floating units.