Parece que los ingleses, o mejor los llanitos, no están muy contentos, claro, como el nombre del Estrecho es de Gibraltar
The proposal – as approved by the IMO – will change the current system in place and should be implemented by the end of next year.
At present, all ships sailing through the Strait of Gibraltar are obliged to report to a vessel monitoring station in Tarifa. Once the new system is in place, however, all ships sailing into the Mediterranean will report to a new vessel monitoring station in Tangier, while all outbound ships will continue reporting to Tarifa.
In practice, it means Spain and Morocco will share the task of monitoring shipping through the Strait. The traffic separation scheme – which creates lanes for east and westbound ships to avoid collisions – will remain unchanged.