American ship-owners register their vessels in designated foreign countries as a convenient way to save operating costs. They can bypass American safety-at-sea laws, skimping on safety procedures for their crews, paying lower wages to seamen with meager qualifications, and neglecting basics of ship maintenance. This is the story of the disasters that can – and do – result from foreign flagging.
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