Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Navy rescues vessel off Jalisco coast

Manzanillo, Colima | Tuesday June 25, 2013

Elements of the Sixth Naval Region Ministry of the Navy of Mexico ( Semar )  rescued one shrimp boat that was in danger of sinking in the vicinity of the coast of Barra de Navidad, Jalisco .

The official spokesperson on this port Semar Colima, Lieutenant Wendy Murillo Band, announced that the rescue operation was conducted by the Naval Station Search and Rescue Manzanillo (ENSAR) military dependency.

Reported that rescue operations began when he received a call from the Port of Manzanillo, Colima, to report that the vessel "UNICAP XI", belonging to the Cooperative Fish Production Alexander Von Humboldt, SC of RL and CV, based Colima is in this port, had a leak and was in danger of sinking.

In response, immediately Defender sailed a boat type, belonging to the said naval station, to provide the required support to the use of a pump to evacuate water and an expert swimmer, who proceeded to perform subsea work in order to locate the source of the leak and fix it temporarily.

On arrival of the vessel of the Navy, the captain and crew of the damaged shrimper were about to abandon ship as lost.

However, the timely intervention of elements of the Sixth Naval Region, and we controlled the situation, the boat with five crew on board was towed to the port of Barra de Navidad, Jalisco, where he was received by their owners.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Japanese Navy arrives in Manzanillo

The ship Kashima and training Maritime Self-Defense Force of Japan arrived yesterday at the port of Manzanillo, where Gov. Mario Anguiano Moreno welcomed them.

Accompanied by Ambassador of that country, Suchiro Megata, the president said Colima port is vital for the future of Mexico's relations with Japan. 

Mario Anguiano said that Japan is the second largest export destination from Mexico through the port of Manzanillo.

Llega a Manzanillo Fuerza Marítima de Autodefensa de Japón

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Property disputes: Buyer beware in Mexico

Perched on a hillside overlooking Manzanillo Bay, Puerto Las Hadas would seem to offer everything a Canadian could want in a getaway: sun, beaches and an ocean view.
But for dozens of Canadians, mostly from Alberta and B.C., who have bought units in the 204-unit complex, Puerto Las Hadas also comes with a property dispute that has put their ownership rights in question and remains unresolved after several years of attempted litigation.
According to several owners and a lawyer in Mexico who is representing some of them in court, a Mexican judge in 2009 cancelled folio numbers – which are used to register property in Mexico – for properties lining Manzanillo Bay, including Puerto Las Hadas. That ruling left owners with access to their waterfront homes but without clear property rights.
Manzanillo - Property disputes: Buyer beware in Mexico
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