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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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Thu, 16 Jan 2014
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