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Deep-sea devices detect earthquakes, singing whales and an exploding ship
Explosions from a sinking ship are among the unexpected sounds detected by 50 highly sensitive seismometers placed on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean as part of an international collaboration led by UCL researcher Professor Ana Ferreira. The seismometers, which have now been collected after spending a year at the bottom of the ocean, record the Earth's ground motions on the sea floor... -Phys.org

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Nautilus recovers over £2.75 million for yacht crew
Nautilus has recovered over £2.75 million in unpaid wages and benefits for yacht crew over the last year. This is more than the combined total achieved by the yacht and legal departments for both 2020 and 2021. Nautilus recovered £943,000 for 2021, which was at the time the largest figure ever recovered by the Union, and £720,000 in 2020... -SuperyachtNews.com

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Off the edge of the map: slaying digital beasts
The maritime industry broadly agrees that digitalisation is a positive, but holds a range of beliefs that ultimately slow its adoption and progress, according to a report. Engine manufacturer and technology provider Wärtsilä published a report Debunking the Mythical Beasts of Maritime Digital Transformation which likens fears over digitalisation to ancient fears of sea monsters... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Increasing Autonomy Raises Cyber Risk for the Maritime Industry
The maritime industry is vulnerable to cyber threats. Ships and surrounding infrastructure are becoming increasingly connected and digitaliszd, which is providing more opportunities for cyber attacks. According to maritime expert, “As ships become more technologically sophisticated, methods an attacker could use to disable ship and shore-based technology are widening... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Philippines: International advisory panel on maritime affairs created
GLOBAL maritime stakeholders representing seafarers and employers recently signed a MoU with the country's Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) to form the International Advisory Committee on Global Maritime Affairs (IACGMA).The IACGMA is composed of ECSA, ICS, IMEC, and ITF... -The Manila Times

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



The role of P&I - geopolitics and sanctions
A meeting Society of Maritime Arbitrators (SMA), focused on, with considerable head scratching, the role of P&I insurance and the difficulties and intricacies of enforcing the new waves of sanctions and caps tied to movements of crude oil from Russia. To complicate these things further similar restrictions soon coming to the refined products space... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Kenya Maritime Authority lists firms for recruitment and the placement of Kenyan seafarers
The Kenya Maritime Authority has identified 11 companies that will recruit and place Kenyan seafarers on ocean-going vessels. While Kenya has 11 manning agents, the Philippines, a global leader in maritime labour, has up to 300 licensed firms... -The Standard

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Sea robbery incidents in Singapore Strait rise in 2022
The number of armed robbery incidents aboard ships in the Singapore Strait rose in 2022, with the strait now accounting for 65 per cent of the total number of incidents in Asia. Fifty-five such incidents were reported in the Singapore Strait last year, up from the 49 in 2021, according to the annual report on piracy in 2022... -CNA

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Diesel removal from sunken ship MV Princess Miral begins, Mangalore coast
The diesel removal process from the Lebanon-bound MV Princess Miral ship that was completely sunk near the Ullal coast began on Monday, January 16. A team of officers had arrived in the city last week to carry out the diesel removal process. The ship remained stuck on the coast near New Mangalore in the Arabian Sea since last June 21... -Udayavani English

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



BV awards LNG GAS-MAC certificate to MARIC
Bureau Veritas (BV) has issued the certificate to Shanghai Zhongchuan NERC-SDT Company, subsidiary of MARIC, for LNG Fuel Gas Automatic Control Unit, Model Gas MAC system, the first of this type certificate in China. The product and prototype both acquired certification from BV, which features highlights of stability and reliability, high-safety and intelligence, can already be applied on vessels... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Ambulance-chasing big threat to seafarers
GLOBAL leaders from organizations representing shipowners and unions raised grave concerns about ambulance chasing and the abuse of the seafarer compensation system in the Philippines during the foreign policy tour of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in Brussels on Dec. 13, 2022... -The Manila Times

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Southwester warning for Istanbul, halts maritime traffic
The Marmara region has been hit by a southwester on Tuesday morning, resulting in cancellations of many ferry services for the next two days. AKOM warned against falling trees, flying roofs, signboards, flue gas poisoning and disruptions in maritime transportation that may occur in the southwestern region, which will continue to be effective for the next two days... -Daily Sabah

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Eight seafarers rescued as cargo ship sinks off Taiwan
A general cargo ship has sunk in the Taiwan Strait, but all eight crew members were rescued. Taiwanese broadcaster PTS said an unnamed Mongolia-flag vessel began to take on water through a hole in the bottom of the hull on Monday... -TradeWinds

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Abu Dhabi Ports Group to Develop Maritime Cooperation With Kazakhstan
Abu Dhabi Ports Group plans to invest in Kazakhstan’s maritime sector. This was announced during a meeting with the company as part of President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev’s visit to the UAE on Jan.16, the Akorda press service reported... -Astana Times

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Philippines: Walking the gray line for seafarers
FILIPINO seafarers are celebrated globally for their competence, resilience, diligence, communications skills and inherent affability. To the world, they are the most preferred seamen; to their countrymen, they are heroes. But what Niño Torrevillas sees behind all the accolades is a group of professionals who are still prone to abuse despite all the progress in labor regulations... -The Manila Times

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Australia: State-of-the-art maritime training in Geraldton about to set sail
Work has started on a major overhaul of Central Regional TAFE's maritime training vessel, with a $2 million refurbishment to ensure students have a first-class industry standard learning environment. The floating specialist classroom - usually moored in Geraldton's Fishing Boat Harbour - has been dry-docked as the ageing vessel is upgraded,.. -Media Statements

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Dredging Vessel Capsizes and Spills Oil on Lower Mississippi River
A dredging vessel capsized Monday on the Lower Mississippi River, spilling oil but thankfully the two people on board at the time are safe. The U.S. Coast Guard reports that Sector New Orleans watchstanders received notification at 12:50 a.m. that the dredging vessel W.B. Wood capsized in the vicinity of mile marker 85 near Meraux, Louisiana, and the two people aboard were rescued... -gCaptain

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Tanker explosion, fire, 7 missing, Thailand
Tanker SMOOTH SEA 22 suffered explosion, followed by fire, at around 0900 LT Jan 17, at ship repair facility on Mae Klong river, west of Bangkok, Thailand. 7 people are missing, 4 suffered injures. As of 1530 LT fire was said to be under control. Tanker was undergoing maintenance repairs, explosion occurred during wielding works,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:18-Jan-2023



Cargo ship lost stability, rested on pier at Genoa, Italy
General cargo ship SEVEN S developed heavy list and rested starboard on pier at Genoa port, Italy, on Jan 17. The ship lost stability during cargo operation. Officials say there is no danger of ship’s sinking, she’s to be stabilized and after check, allowed to leave for her next port of call, in Bulgaria... -FleetMon

Posted On:18-Jan-2023


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