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Adani Group Completes $1.15B Purchase of Haifa Port Company
Israel completed the sale of the Haifa Port Company to a partnership led by India’s Adani Ports along with an Israeli chemical and logistics company Gadot Group. The Israeli government had started the process to sell its interest in the port company five years ago and after the development of a Chinese-owned terminal in Haifa launched the sale process... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



New Covid regulations by Korea for crew coming from China ports
South Korea has introduced Covid testing and quarantine for crew coming from Chinese ports that want to disembark or take shore leave. As the number of Covid infections in China surges after the country dropped its zero-Covid policy South Korea has introduced measures for travellers arriving by both sea and land from country... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Global Maritime Security Incidents at Lowest Levels in 40 Years
Data suggests that globally recorded maritime security incidents are at their lowest levels in 40 years. That’s according to Dryad Global’s latest Maritime Security Threat Advisory (MSTA), which noted that incidents of offshore piracy across both the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Guinea regions have shown “considerable declines from previously high rates”... -Rigzone News

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Propeller Optimization Gains Importance as Focus Turns to Efficiency
The green transition in shipping is centered squarely on alternative fuels, but efficiency is critical as well. An efficient ship needs less energy to operate, and as the IMO's new emissions rules take effect, higher efficiency translates into lower cost of compliance. This has created a bigger role for suppliers like Berg Propulsion, the Swedish propeller builder known for maximizing efficiency... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Encrypting Vessel ID Data Can Thwart Maritime Piracy
The regulations the International Maritime Organization (IMO) issued in the wake of 9/11 regarding ship location and identification reporting have made it easier to track vessels–but not only for the good guys. Since the monitoring and reporting information is broadcast on open channels, anyone can listen in, including pirates and cyber attackers... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Maritime tech breakthroughs in 2023
In the first of a two-part survey looking at maritime tech in 2023, today Splash identifies the potential big breakthroughs this year. Tomorrow’s extended instalment will identify the likely tech disappointments in 2023. To this end, it is not surprising that many respondents chose to focus on shipping’s pressing carbon footprint issue as the most important tech topic in the coming 12 months... -Splash 247

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Small Ships Are Making Big Waves: The Growing Demand for Luxury Cruises
You won’t find waterparks or mega theatres on small cruise ships. Instead, small cruise ships like award-winning Silversea’s Silver Cloud can pull up next to a glacier in Alaska and pluck some ice for an authentic Alaskan cocktail hour. Luxury small ship cruising is surging in popularity, with the number of ships set to double by 2030... -The National Herald

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Common software and communication vulnerabilities on ships
GTMaritime published a guide to highlight some of the problems that can occur using equipment and operating systems likely to be found on ships in operation. As well as deliberate cyberattacks, the guide considers how even supposedly safe and routine matters such as a system update can create difficulties on board a vessel... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Crew Of Missing Malaysian Cargo Ship On Indonesian Waters Identified
The five seafarers that went missing on Indonesian waters from the Malaysian cargo ship MV Dai Cat 06 have been identified by the Johor Baru Maritime Rescue Sub Centre as two sailors, Derrent Littor and Mohammad Sudeh Sudin, and chief officer Mohammad Syafarizan Mohd Noor from Malaysia, and a shipmaster Adi and Damai Papane Ole from Indonesia... -Marine Insight

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Bahrain: Task force seeking to tackle complex maritime challenges
A BAHRAIN-BASED task force is seeking to expand as it achieves ‘full operational capability’ to tackle complex maritime challenges, including hostile activities by Iran. Task Force 59, that focuses on Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs), will be recruiting more officers to lead its groups as it gears up to counter emerging threats, including ‘one-way attack aerial drones’,.. -Gulf Digital News

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Seafarers urge NSUI to hike monthly ex-gratia for widows
The Goan Seamen Association of India (GSAI) President Frank Viegas has called on the National Union Seafarers of India (NUSI) General Secretary cum Treasurer Milind Kandalgaonkar in Mumbai and handed over a representation with a plea to hike the monthly ex-gratia relief to widows of seafarers from Rs 200 to Rs 1,000... -The Goan Everyday

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Malaysia: Four ships under arrest for Illegal bunker fuel transfer
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) detained four ships in Johor waters, on January 9, for illegal activities, including anchoring without permission and transferring oil illegally. According to Johor MMEA director Maritime, the vessels are suspected of illegally transferring oil at a position of 32 nautical miles east of Tanjung Sedili Besar in Kota Tinggi... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Digitalising OCIMF inspections for enhanced assurance
OCIMF is overhauling its Ship Inspection Report Programme (SIRE) to future-proof the regime and enable it to evolve with changing risks and requirements. Launched in 1993 to address concerns about sub-standard tanker shipping, this highly regarded regime has been updated in line with requirements over the years... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Career Watch: Expert thinking on pursuing a career at shipping
Young people today are very dynamic and the maritime industry must start actively investing in them to create a positive impact, experts during the 2022 CAREER4SEA Forum argued and gave their advice on those interested in joining a career both onboard and ashore... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



A Warm Winter Reduces LNG Demand And Threatens Inland Shipping In Europe
Europe’s warm and dry winter weather has decreased demand for LNG ships and a lack of snow could lower the spring water levels of major rivers like the Rhine and Danube, potentially halting vessel movement. Record warm temperatures across Europe this winter have been celebrated for helping to avert a potential power crisis across the region,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



India's Trade Goals Run Into a Big Ship Problem
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal of making India the world’s factory risks being held back by the country’s inability to attract bigger container ships due to inadequate port infrastructure. Most harbors along India’s coast aren’t deep enough to handle vessels like the Ever Alot, the world’s largest boxship at 400 meters long and with a capacity of more than 24,000 twenty-foot equivalent units... -gCaptain

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



How Did The Port Of Los Angeles Go From Boom To Bust?
A year ago this week, a record 109 container ships carrying US imports surrounded the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, California — a bottleneck so long that the payloads of all those metal boxes lined up end-to-end would’ve stretched from the Baja Peninsula to Vancouver... -gCaptain

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Euronav Rejects Frontline's Termination of Merger Agreement
Belgian tanker company Euronav is accusing rival Frontline of failing to provide a good reason for canceling their binding merger agreement and says it’s considering all options including litigation... -gCaptain

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Inadequate Lookouts Led to Collision Between Superyacht and Tanker in the Bahamas
Two crews not maintaining proper lookouts led to the December 2021 collision between a superyacht and a tanker near Nassau, Bahamas, the National Transportation Safety Board said Wednesday. The collision resulted in the sinking of the tanker and nearly $7.9 million in damages... -gCaptain

Posted On:12-Jan-2023



Explosion broke tanker in two, 15 crew rescued, 2 missing, China
Tanker suffered an explosion and fire at around 1500 Beijing time Jan 10 in Yellow sea, 45 nm SE of Qingdao. The ship broke in two. SAR ship BEI HAI JIU 115 was sent to render assistance, she approached tanker at 2220 Beijing time, and rescued 15 crew, 2 crew remain missing. As of 2320 Beijing time Jan 11, there were several SAR boats, SAR ship and anti pollution ship... -FleetMon

Posted On:12-Jan-2023


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