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  April '17
4-6Ocean Business (Southampton, UK)
62016 GREEN4SEA Forum (Eugenides Foundation, Athens, GR)
21Maritime Breakfast Forum #121 (Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA); 984 Parkview Plaza, Taft Ave. cor. TM Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila)
25-27Sea Asia (Marina Bay Sands, Singapore)

  May '17
4-514th Ballast Water Management Conference (Baltimore, USA)
730th World Ports Conference (Nusa Dua Convention Center, Bali, IN)
9-11Crew Connect Europe 2017 (Radisson Blu Scandinavia, Copenhagen, DK)
10Maritime Security Symposium 2017 (The Constellation, Diamond Hotel, Manila)
11-126th Maritime Security Management (Singapore, Singapore)
11-12Third Annual Ferry Safety & Technology Conference (New York City, USA)
17-19MAST Asia Maritime / Air Systems and Technologies (Tokyo, Japan)
19Maritime Breakfast Forum #122 (Philippine Navy (PN); Headquarters, Philippine Navy, Roxas Boulevard, Manila)
23Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum 2017 (Athens International Conference Center, Athens, Greece)
25-27BARI-SHIP2017 (Texport Imabari, Imabari Computer College, Fuji GRAND Imabari, Imabari, JPN)

  May-June '17
30-2Nor-Shipping 2017 (Norges Varemesse, Lillestrøm, NO)

  June '17
7-8European Environmental Ports Conference 2017 (Antwerp, BE)
23Maritime Breakfast Forum #123 (National Defense College Of The Philippines (NDCP); Arturo Enrile Ave, Quezon City, Metro Manila)
27-29TOC Europe (RAI Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL)

  July '17
6-715th ASEAN Ports and Shipping 2017 (Sule Shangri-La, Yangon, MM)
12-14Marine Philippines 2017 (SMX Convention Center, Manila, PH)
21Maritime Breakfast Forum #124 (Philippine Ports Authority (PPA); PPA Head Office)
25-28Bunkering Week 2017 (Singapore, Singapore)

  August '17
1-47th Dredging & Land Reclamation Asia Summit (Singapore, SG)
1-31Indonesia Marine & Offshore Expo (IMOX) 2017 (Swiss Belhotel Harbour Bay Review, Riau, ID)
18Maritime Breakfast Forum #125 ( National Coast Watch Council (NCWC); Malacanang Social Hall, 4th Floor, Mabini Hall, Malacanang Palace, Manila)

  September '17
5Donso Shipping Meet 2017 (DSM 2017) (Donso Island, SW)
11-15London International Shipping Week 2017 (London, UK)
19-22NEVA 2017 (Expoforum convention and Exhibition Center, St. Petersburg, RU)
22Maritime Breakfast Forum #126 (Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); HPCG)

  October '17
3INMEX SMM India 2017 (The Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, IN)
4-6Malaysia International Marine Expo 2017 (MIMEX 2017) (Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, MY)
10-12Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo 2017 (Bitec, Bangkok, TH)
20Maritime Breakfast Forum #127 ( Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); NAMRIA, DENR, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City)
24The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference (Grosvenor House Hotel, Dubai, UAE)

  November '17
7-10Europort 2017 (Rotterdam Ahoy, Rotterdam, NL)
16Maritime Breakfast Forum #128 (Department of Transportation (DOTr); TBA)

  December '17
5-8Marintec China 2017 (Shanghai New International Expo Center, Shanghai, CN)

  January '18
19Maritime Breakfast Forum #129 (Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA); 2330 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City)
23-24Mega Cargo Show 2018 (Hall No. V, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, IN)

  February '18
8Maritime Breakfast Forum #130 (Cebu Ports Authority; North Reclamation Area, Cebu City, Cebu)

  March '18
14-16APM – ASIA PACIFIC MARITIME (Singapore, Singapore)
20Maritime Breakfast Forum #131 (Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP); Kamaya Point, Mariveles, Bataan)

The Maritime League, a non-profit Filipino maritime foundation was established in 1990 to address the need for an organization, which will help spur progress in the maritime sector and advance the interest of the maritime profession and the maritime industry as a whole in the Philippines.

The main objective of the Maritime League is to advance the interests of the Philippine maritime sector, promote maritime development and safety through better information, cooperation and unity of effort among the stakeholders of the maritime industry. In order to adhere to our objectives, the League developed an extensive medium of information for the maritime sector through various maritime related activities it regularly coordinates.

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The Maritime Review is published bimonthly on behalf of the Maritime League and is supplied to members as part of their annual membership package.

In Augst 2011, the League launched the online version of the magazine, maritimereview.ph.

The opinions expressed by the writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Maritime League.
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