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India: PM Modi to Launch 3,200 Km River Cruise from Kashi Soon
The world’s longest river cruise, from Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh to Dibrugarh in Assam via Bangladesh, will be launched on January 13 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In 50 days, the luxury cruise with foreign tourists will cover approximately 3,200 km of 27 river systems in India, including the Ganga-Bhagirathi-Hooghly, Brahmaputra, and West Coast Canal... -News18

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Indian Coast Guard Rescues 12 Members Of Sinking Vessel Off Gujarat Coast
The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) rescued 12 crew members of a sinking supply vessel in the Arabian sea off the Gujarat coast, it said on Sunday. The operation was carried out on Saturday after a distress message was received by the Mumbai-based ICG Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC) at around 11 am, a Defence release said... -NDTV

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



More seafarers seek support for mental health over Christmas period
Calls for support services from seafarers who are away at sea increase over the Christmas period as crews struggle more with loneliness and isolation, says leading health and wellbeing platform One Care Solutions. The platform offers 360 degrees of support to crews and their families and addresses the full spectrum of seafarer health and well-being with 24/7 direct access to medical expertise,.. -India Seatrade News

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



New Zealand, Australia Delay Cruise Ship Over Biofouling
For the second time in two weeks, a cruise ship has been refused port calls due to biofouling. Passengers aboard Viking’s luxury cruise ship Viking Orion, which included many Americans having flown halfway around the globe for a vacation of a lifetime, instead found themselves at sea for a week as port after port in New Zealand and then Australia refused the cruise ship’s arrival... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



The Seafarers' Charity Celebrates OBE Announcement
The Seafarers’ Charity’s former CEO, Catherine Spencer, has been awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in King Charles’ 2023 New Year Honours list for services to seafarers... -All About Shipping -

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Could Rising Interest Rates Sink Carnival?
US companies had a lot to overcome in the latter half of 2022 with rising interest rates, more budget-conscious consumers and a sagging stock market. That’s left some of them in very tough spots at the start of the new year. Carnival Corp. entered 2020 with a full head of steam, having reported record sales and profit the year before. Three years into the pandemic, it’s a different company... -gCaptain

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



What Could Canal Authorities Learn From the Ever Given Grounding?
The Suez Canal is one of the most famous and important trading routes in the world carrying about 12% of all global trade each day. In 2021, the 400m long 200,000-tonne super container ship Ever Given grounded in the canal and was stranded for six days whilst salvage crews worked to free her... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Two migrants dead and 200 rescued after boat sinks off Lebanese coast
A boat carrying migrants sank off the coast of Lebanon on Saturday, killing two and leaving another 200 to be rescued as increasing numbers make the risky journey to flee a collapsed economy. Men, women and children - mostly refugees from Syria but also about 50 Lebanese - were on board the vessel when it got into difficulty... -The National

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Bangladesh: Sunken vessel in Meghna finally salvaged after seven days
Seven days after sinking, lighter vessel “Shagor Nandini-2”, carrying 1.1 million litres of fuel oil, was salvaged at Tulatuli point of Meghna River in Bhola on Sunday. The rescue work of the sunken vessel started after 7am and it was possible to float the vessel by 10:30am, said Md Selim, joint director of the Marine Management and Conservation Division of BIWTA... -Dhaka Tribune

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Ancient Mariners: Sailing the Roman Mediterranean
For ancient mariners, the Mediterranean Sea was a chaotic place. Sailors had to deal with fickle Mediterranean winds, unpredictable storms, fierce waves, and shifting tides. Yet, despite the dangers of sea travel and its seasonal limitations, sailing was the preferred way to travel... -The Collector

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Maritime traffic in Istanbul Strait suspended due to heavy fog
Turkiye closed the Istanbul Strait to ships early on Sunday due to heavy fog, authorities said. The Directorate General of Coastal Safety said in a statement on its website that the two-way ship traffic has been suspended through the strait as of 6:46 local time (0346GMT)... -Anadolu Agency

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



UK: The Somerset village with 21 pubs where sailors were once kept under control by pistol
It was once described as a ‘rough place’ by Methodist movement founder John Wesley. The village was traditionally home to pilots, westwardmen and apprentices who would guide boats up the Avon Gorge, between the Bristol Channel and the Port of Bristol... -Somerset Live

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



U.S. Judge Orders Norwegian Cruise Line To Pay $110 Million For Use Of Cuba Port
Norwegian Cruise Line NCLH.N must pay $110 million in damages for use of a port that Cuba’s government confiscated in 1960, a U.S. judge ruled on Friday, a milestone for Cuban-Americans seeking compensation for Cold-War era asset seizures... -gCaptain

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Armed Pirates Rob Two Offshore Vessels in Bay of Campeche
The offshore oil and gas sector in Mexico's Bay of Campeche is a longtime hotspot for armed robbery, often linked to organized crime. Armed pirates boarded two offshore vessels in two days on the 28th and 29th, according to local media, leaving the crew unharmed but making off with valuable equipment... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Dutch research ship disabled, adrift off Guyana coast
Research ship FUGRO BRASILIS was engaged in survey works off Guyana – Suriname coast since Dec 17, with restricted maneuverability. On Dec 31 reported as disabled, adrift... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Landing craft sank, 5 missing, Indonesia
Landing craft RONNYSA AND DWI sank in Seget District waters, Sorong Regency, West Papua, at night Dec 31. The ship with 13 people on board was en route from Sorong Harbor to Bintuni. 8 were rescued, 5 remain missing... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Jan-2023



Maritime accidents monthly report DEC 2022
Notice: Principal idea and character of MB Daily is somewhat similar to Ambulance Emergency Service – MB priority is to find out about maritime accidents, involving merchant marine ships, ASAP. MB monitors only some major accidents in their development and outcome, i.e. further development of most part of reported accidents isn’t monitored... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Jan-2023


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