2017 Amver Business Report

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  • 134 Amver Cases Reported

  • 153 Survivors Rescued

  • 9 Lives Assisted

  • Peak number of ships on plot: 8,340. Daily average plot: 7,850.

  • Amver award recipients total 8,453 ships.

  • 103 ships from 26 countries were diverted.

  • 21 ships either saved or assisted lives at sea.
Cumulative Statistics:
Number of Survivors Rescued
153
Number of Ships on Average Daily Plot
7,850
Ships Receiving Participation Awards
8,453
Highest Daily Number of Ships Onplot
8,340
Lives Saved by Countries
Nation (Ownership, Not By Flag) Number of Lives Saved
Greece
110
United States
18
Japan
8
Monaco
6
Great Britain
6
Italy
2
Singapore
2
Norway
1
Lives Saved by Ships:
Vessel Number of
Survivors
Rescued
Vessel Number of
Survivors
Rescued
M/V HERCULES LEADER
6
M/V NONI
4
M/V ALBATROS
6
M/V GENESIS PATRIOT
11
M/V JOANNA
105
C/S EMRPRESS OF THE SEAS
3
M/V MIRO D
2
C/S DISNEY DREAM
1
M/V ALPINE DREAM
2
M/V AGIOS NIKOLAS
1
M/V NORD NIGHTINGALE
2
M/V HOEGH SINGAPORE
1
C/S CARNIVAL ELATION
1
M/V METHANE KAI ELIN
6
M/V CAPE ODYSSEY
2
Top Ten Countries Earning Awards
Nation Number of Awards
Greece
1,792
Singapore
1,210
United States
757
Germany
719
Hong Kong
695
Japan
529
Great Britain
480
Norway
290
United Arab Emirates
280
India
222
FACTS:
Amver award recipients decreased by 724 vessels which is consistent with the overall decrease in the world fleet size according to a January 19, 2018 article by Clarksons Research. The Amver on-plot average reached an all time high in 2017 despite a reduction in the overall Amver fleet.