The Savannah Maritime Association works for the common benefit of all participants in Georgia’s Ports, Federal, State, City, Commercial and Community organizations.
Welcome to our new website! Please take some time and scroll down the page to see what has changed. Our new calendar of events can be found by following the link at the top of the page. If there is anything missing, or something wrong, please email us.
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Check the latest news from the United States Coast Guard, containing up-to-date information and alerts, such as MARSEC level info, Port Status, contact info, Area Contingency Plans, and other pertinent information.
View the most recent alerts and bulletins provided by the Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security.
The purpose of the Coast Guard Maritime Information Exchange (CGMIX) website is to make Coast Guard maritime information available on the public internet in the form of searchable databases. Much of the information on the CGMIX website comes from the Coast Guard’s Marine Information for Safety and Law Enforcement (MISLE) system.
Information pertaining to mariner credentials.
News, updates, and information on shipping and cargo from the United States Customs and Border Protection office of the Department of Homeland Security.
View the latest pipeline information for the Port of Savannah for news and updates straight from the U.S. Customs department.
Check the status and find information on the Savannah Harbour Expansion Project courtesy of the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
See the plans, current status, and more for the upcoming dredging for the Savannah Harbour.
Collisions with ships are a major source of injury and death of the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale. In an effort to reduce the number of ship strikes, NOAA and the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) developed and implemented Mandatory Ship Reporting Systems.
The Savannah Maritime Association works for the common benefit of all participants in Georgia’s Ports, Federal, State, City, Commercial and Community organizations. SMA identifies and achieves common goals and objectives for the Maritime Community. SMA meetings are an open forum to discuss and resolve Maritime Community issues. Members share their views and work towards the common good of the port.
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