The Permanent Secretary for Works, Transport and Public Utilities, Commander Francis Kean, said engineers were working around the clock to fix the Rogovoka and obtain Maritime Safety Authority clearance for it to sail.
What does MSA stand for?
MSA stands for Maritime Safety Authority (New Zealand)
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- Manitoba Sheep Association, Inc (Manitoba, Canada)
- Manpower Standard Application
- Manpower Standard Application (Army)
- Mansfield Soccer Association (Texas)
- Mantenimiento y Servicios de Arquitectura (Spanish: Maintenance and Architectural Services; Guatemala)
- Manufacturing Service Agreement
- Marin School of the Arts (Novato High School; Novato, CA)
- Marine Safety Agency
- Marital Settlement Agreement
- Maritime Safety Agency (Japan)
- Maritime Security Act of 1996
- Maritime SIGINT Architecture
- Maritime Situational Awareness (NATO)
- Maritime Surveillance Aircraft
- Mark Space Amplitude (electronics)
- Market Section Audiences
- Market Service Area
- Market Square Arena
- Marketing Services Administrator (various companies)
- Married Student Association (LDS church)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Three more aircraft, three merchant vessels and Australian navy ship HMAS Childers were dispatched to the scene, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) said.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is investigating the matter, but currently it has no leads.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) had passed on details of the distress call to BASARNAS at about 1.
An air and sea search was ongoing for as many as 20 people who could still be missing, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said.
A spokeswoman for the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) told ABC News that AMSA was alerted to the boat in distress at about 3:00 p.
The Australian Associated Press, citing the Papua New Guinea National Maritime Safety Authority, said the ferry sent out a distress signal at about 8:30 a.
Australia's Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) said 219 people had been rescued after eight vessels and three helicopters were diverted to the scene where MV Rabaul Queen went down early on Thursday.