Maritime governance is an integral component of global governance, and the current maritime governance crisis reflects a broader global governance crisis. This crisis can be examined through various lenses, but we will analyze it from the perspective of international public goods. The ocean is a prime example of an international public good since it connects continents across the globe. No nation can escape the challenges of maritime governance; they can only experience it to varying degrees. Inclusive multilateralism, in my opinion, presents an effective solution to address the issue of negative public goods and serves as a positive international public good in and of itself.