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Eagle Bulk Ship Attacked by Missile in Gulf of Aden
A US Eagle Bulk Shipping ship was hit by a missile in the Gulf of Aden. The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) office reported the captain's account that the missile hit the ship from a Houthi-controlled area in Yemen. The ship sustained limited damage and no injuries, continuing its journey... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Latest Houthi attack shows Red Sea remains unsafe
The effect of the latest attack on USS Laboon by a Houthi fired anti-ship cruise missile has been for more ships avoid the Suez/Red Sea route as the carriers consider the region unsafe. US Centcom reported that the anti-ship missile, fired at around 4:45pm local time on 14 January “Was shot down in vicinity of the coast of Hudaydah by US fighter aircraft. There were no injuries or damage reported.”... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



The Rising Cost of War Risk Insurance for Ships in the Red Sea
The cost of war risk insurance for ships traveling through the Red Sea is soaring, reaching between 0.75 and 1 percent of the ship's value. This poses a potential obstacle for trade through the waterway already deemed dangerous by the U.S. Navy. Shipowners must weigh the increasing costs against the risk of sailing through the region... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Iran Assures Safety of Seized Filipino Seafarers
The Iranian government assured the safety of the 18 Filipino seafarers from the seized US oil tanker now in their custody, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said. DFA Undersecretary Eduardo de Vega confirmed the assurance made by Iranian Ambassador to the Philippines Yousef Esmaeilzadeh... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Milestone Achieved with World’s First Hydrogen Electric Boat
Bramble Energy has successfully tested its hydrogen fuel-cell system on a 17-m narrowboat, marking a historical moment in the marine industry. In collaboration with Barrus, the system allows the boat to operate with zero emissions and extends its range, supported by solar panels. Government funding underscores the commitment to achieving net-zero emissions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Efficient Ship Navigation through Optimal Speed Routing
Optimal Speed ​​Routing combines traditional navigation with cutting-edge technology to determine the most efficient vessel speed and route. This approach can reduce fuel consumption and emissions by 10 to 50% per voyage. DTN's innovative approach integrates real-time weather data and predictive modeling to positively impact profitability and environmental stewardship in the shipping industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Efforts Underway to Secure Release of Filipino Seafarers Held by Houthi and Iranian Forces
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) hopes for the eventual release of Filipino seafarers under Houthi and Iranian custody, adding that diplomatic representations are ongoing for their freedom. They cannot give a “categorical response” on the Filipinos’ release and hope it will be soonest. Diplomatic efforts are underway... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



DP World Criticized for Prioritizing Profits over Australian Workers’ Well-being
Australian Council of Trade Unions secretary Sally McManus criticized DP World, a foreign-owned company making record profits. She accused Peter Dutton of backing the company over Australian workers. DP World workers earn $130,000 to $140,000 on average, with the union seeking pay rises and changes to disciplinary policies. Freight and trade groups also condemned DP World... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Vietnam’s State-Owned Shipbuilding Company at Risk of Bankruptcy
Vietnam’s state-owned shipbuilding company SBIC is facing bankruptcy, with plans to overhaul the corporation initiated by the government. The Deputy Minister of Transport emphasized that the bankruptcy was inevitable due to sustained efforts to restructure the company proving unsuccessful. The process will include a transfer of ownership and liquidation of assets... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Cyprus Shipping Chamber Renews Collective Bargaining Agreement for Seafarers
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber renewed the Collective Bargaining Agreement for Seafarers on Cyprus flag ships with trade unions SEK and PEO, co-signed by OEB. The agreement reflects international labor standards and demonstrates collaborative efforts for sustainable maritime labor relations and the development of the Cyprus Shipping Industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Navigating Turbulence: Maritime Melancholy Unfurls
Amid rising Houthi Rebel threats in Red Sea shipping lanes, shipowners grapple with anxiety, altering routes and impacting global trade. Simultaneously, ship recycling prospects flicker to life in South Asian markets, with Bangladesh witnessing a surge post-election. Despite political unrest in the region, economic competitions and upcoming elections in India and Pakistan promise stability... -SteelGuru

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



“Stay Well Away” Combined Maritime Forces Warn Vessels To Avoid Bab El-Mandeb Strait
The international shipping industry has been warned to temporarily avoid the vital maritime trade route that connects Asia and Europe in response to the US and UK bombardment of Houthi targets in Yemen. The Combined Maritime Forces, which includes 39 nations, warned all ships to “stay well away” from the Bab el-Mandeb,.. -Marine Insight

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



The shipping industry's decarbonisation odyssey
The Exxon Valdez was the worst oil spill in U.S. waters until the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010. The accident had a profound impact on the oil industry, leading to changes in regulations, technologies, and corporate practices to mitigate the environmental risks associated with oil exploration and transportation... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:16-Jan-2024



Cocaine Smuggling Scandal: Crew of Detained Cargo Ship Attempts Suicide
A crew member of the detained Vietnamese cargo ship MV Debi attempted suicide on Sunday at the Paradip port in Odisha. The incident happened while the ship, which is under investigation after cocaine worth Rs 220 crore was found on December 1, was anchored 4-5 kilometres from the port. The third engineer on board, a Vietnamese national, jumped into the sea after cutting off his right hand... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jan-2024


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