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Maersk Line, Limited Tanker Makes Nighttime Rescue in Aegean Sea
The crew of a Maersk Line, Limited tanker conducted a nighttime rescue of a mariner who was in the water for 24 hours after his vessel capsized in the Aegean Sea. Details of the December 22 rescue involving the U.S.-flagged MT Maersk Peary, while en route to Antartica via the Suez Canal, are just now coming to view... -gCaptain

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Fully-Autonomous Ship Navigation System Deployed in Japan
This week in Japan, the world’s first fully-autonomous ship navigation system deployed a car ferry during a demonstration test. The demonstration took place using a 15,500 gross ton Ro-Pax ferry, spanning 730 feet, that traveled approximately 150 miles between Shinmoji and Iyonada in a 7-hour period. The vessel’s operating speed reached about 26 knots during the demonstration... -The National Law Review

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Solving crew-change crisis requires a better vaccination programme
THE new variant of coronavirus has presented fresh crew-change challenges that can only be solved by better seafarer vaccination programmes, according to Fleet Management managing director Kishore Rajvanshy. The highly transmissible Omicron strain has made the already fluid operational and regulatory environment even more unpredictable, he told Lloyd’s List... -Lloyd s List

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Remote control fire fighting system ready for crewless ship ops
Survitec’s fire fighting system and safety equipment aboard Yara Birkeland – the world’s first fully autonomous containership – has completed its first annual service ahead of the 3200 dwt ship’s first laden voyage. The zero-emission, fully electric Yara Birkeland is preparing to carry its first fertiliser cargo on the Herøya-Brevik route in early 2022... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Challenging Wakashio wreck removal complete
Lian Yuangang Dali has completed its four-month operation to remove the wreck of Wakashio off Mauritius. Offshore operations finished on 16 January 22 to remove the wreck of capesize bulker Wakashio, which was chartered by MOL from Nagashiki Shipping, ran aground off Mauritius on 25 July 2020 and later cracked and split in two, spilling over 1,000 tonnes of bunker fuel into the pristine waters and coral reefs around the island... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



USA: Louisiana launches ’Open Waters’ to provide more jobs in maritime industry
The Louisiana River Pilots Association launches Open Waters — a new initiative bringing in jobs, education, and opportunity in the maritime industry. “Louisiana ranks number one in the country for economic impact from the maritime industry,” said Governor John Bel Edwards. “It’s not an exaggeration to say America feeds most of the world. Sixty percent of that comes right by this river.”... -BRProud.com

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Nigerian seafarers group secure over 200 job opportunities onboard ships
DESPITE the difficulty in securing employment opportunities for Nigerian seafarers, a group of seafarers which started as a WhatsApp platform in 2018 has secured over 300 job opportunities on coastal and international vessels. The group established by three young seafarers; Jeremiah Emmanuel, Vincent Ajala and Franklin Anoyika, to address stereotypes encountered by Nigerian marine officers started with about 60 members, all licenced seafarers... -NIGERIAN TRIBUNE

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Lead fight against maritime crimes in Gulf of Guinea, UN tells Nigeria
The United Nations has charged the federal government through the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) to take enormous responsibility in leading the innovative efforts towards fighting against maritime crimes in the Gulf of Guinea and across the continent... -Daily Trust

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



World’s First Hydrogen Tanker to Ship Maiden Cargo from Australia to Japan
A Japanese-Australian venture producing hydrogen from brown coal is set to ship its maiden cargo on the world’s first liquid hydrogen carrier from near Melbourne to Kobe on Friday, in a test delayed by nearly a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Suiso Frontier, built by Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI), arrived on Friday from Kobe, in southern Japan, following a longer trip than the expected 16 days... -gCaptain

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



NYK and Knutsen Group Launch Liquefied CO2 Shipping Company
Japan’s NYK and Norwegian shipping company Knutsen Group have announced plans to launch joint venture liquified CO2 shipping and storage company. The business will utilize Knutsen’s PCO2® technology which allows for the transport of liquified CO2 at ambient temperatures... -gCaptain

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Tsunami Induced Oil Spill in Peru Declared Environmental Emergency
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo declared an environmental emergency on Thursday as clean-up teams struggled to contain a huge oil spill at the country’s biggest refinery, after rogue waves rocked a ship unloading crude there. The spill, blamed on unusual swells caused by a volcanic eruption thousands of miles away in Tonga on Sunday, has dirtied waters and beaches along Peru’s Pacific coast, with dead birds and seals washing up on shore... -gCaptain

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Port of Los Angeles Reports Record 10.7 Million TEU Throughput in 2021
The Port of Los Angeles, the nation’s top port for containerized imports, reported record cargo volumes of 10.7 million TEUs in 2021 despite congestion that has hit throughput in recent months. The record result sets a Western Hemisphere record and breaks the port’s previous calendar year record by 13%, set in 2018... -gCaptain

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



How cruise lines are adapting to COVID-19 in the age of Omicron
The pandemic is upending the cruise industry once again. In late December, just six months after cruise ships resumed sailing from United States ports, onboard cases of COVID-19 began to skyrocket—rising from 162 in the first two weeks of the month to 5,000 in the latter half of the month. As U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Rochelle Walensky recently told lawmakers, it was about a 30-fold increase... -National Geographic

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Ammonia-fueled Panamax bulk carrier design approved by ClassNK
The design of an ammonia-fueled Panamax bulk carrier developed by the Japanese organisation GSC has received an AiP from the classification society ClassNK. Before issuing the AiP, ClassNK reviewed the ammonia treatment measures, piping diagram of the fuel supply system, identification of hazardous area taking into account the flammability and toxicity of ammonia, and evacuation routes in case of emergency... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Fire on Japanese bulk carrier loaded with Russian wheat
Fire erupted on board of bulk carrier ROYAL JADE at Karachi port, at night Jan 19. The ship with 57750 tons of wheat arrived from Novorossiysk, Russia, was berthed on Jan 19. Reportedly, barrels with carbide on cargo deck caught fire. Karachi Port firefighters responded, by morning Jan 20, most probably, fire was extinguished... -Fleetmon

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Probe Initiated Into Oil Spill off Peru’s Coast
The oil spill was near the seaside city of Ventanilla, which is near Lima; the capital of Peru. More than two kilometers of Peru’s central coast along with two beaches were tainted by the oil spill. The source of the oil spill is reported to be the oil tanker MARE DORICUM, which was rocked by violent waves while unloading crude oil at the La Pampilla refinery... -Fleetmon

Posted On:21-Jan-2022



Norwegian coaster heavily listed, abandoned, in Kattegat, Denmark
Norwegian coaster BJUGNFJORD developed heavy list in Kattegat in Danish waters after 2000 UTC Jan 20, in rough weather, some 10 nm north of northern coast of Zealand island, Denmark, while en route from Copenhagen to Randers. The ship issued distress signal, requesting evacuation. Helicopter was scrambled, all 5 crew were airlifted to safety, 2 were hoisted from the ship and 3 from a lifeboat... -Fleetmon

Posted On:21-Jan-2022


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