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Coaster grounding, Philippines
Landing craft vessel LCTREGENT101 ran aground on coast in southeast Luzon on Jan 20, while en route from Lazi, Siquijor to Lidong, Albay, being caught in rough weather. Understood crew are safe, no leak reported... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Shipping Company Sentenced in MARPOL Violation Case, Engineer Acquitted
The owner and operator of a Bulk Carrier, " JOANNA" were sentenced in a March 2021 MARPOL case. The companies were primarily charged with tampering with pollution prevention equipment to support illegal discharges into the ocean and falsifying records to conceal the illegal discharges. The accused Chief Engineer of the ship was acquitted of all charges in the case... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Boy Ends up Accidentally Traveling 1600 NM in a Locked Shipping Container
In Malaysia, a young boy was found locked inside a shipping container that had arrived from CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh. The initial suspicions of human trafficking were dismissed after a cursory investigation by the police. The young man stated that he and his friends had been playing around empty shipping containers. He fell asleep in one of the containers and the door was locked when he woke up... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Stranded at sea: amateur female sailors speak of sexual abuse by captains they met online
Crew websites urged to do more to protect victims, who set off seeking adventure only to be trapped onboard with a predator. Guardian Australia has spoken with several women who say they had bad experiences after meeting skippers on sailing websites, with allegations that include sexual assault... -The Guardian

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Carnival Joins the SpaceX Starlink Bandwagon
The Cruise giant, Carnival Corporation announced on January 18th that it is adding SpaceX’s Starlink Satcom service to its fleet. Internet connectivity is increasingly being perceived as a necessity rather than a luxury on Cruises and companies in the industry such as Royal Caribbean and Hurtigruten have already opted for the service... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Kuwait: Weather conditions halt maritime navigation temporarily
The KPA announced the temporary halt of maritime traffic in the ports of Shuwaikh and Shuaiba, due to fluctuations in weather conditions. The KPA said Sunday in a statement by KUNA that the authority has stopped navigation traffic in these ports since 8:00 AM due to the low level of horizontal visibility and out of concern for the safety of maritime navigation, crews, and its port facilities... -Gulf Times

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



The Black Death spawned the ‘crew culture’ that gave rise to pirates, mercenaries—and eventually labor unions
After the Black Death, regions scattered across Europe, in which grain farming was marginal, reduced, or even abandoned their arable acres, and relied on imported grain. Such regions tended to be either coastal (including islands) with poor soils or prone to flooding, or mountainous... -Fortune

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



The 25 Largest Yachts in the World Right Now
As we round 2023, the size of the global superyacht fleet keeps on growing. The top 25 largest yachts in the world now total a combined 11,849 feet, with the smallest yacht on the list, Koru, measuring a whopping 417 feet. Built by shipyards all over the world—from the Netherlands to the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Turkey, Greece and the United Kingdom... -Robb Report

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Eavesdropping on the Earth Using Subsea Fiber-Optic Cables
The more-than 1.2 million km of fibre-optic cables that criss-cross the planet carry the world’s phone calls, internet signals and data. But this summer, researchers published the eerie sounds of blue and fin whales detected by a fibre-optic cable on the west coast of Svalbard — a first. Now the researchers want to eavesdrop on an even larger beast — the Earth itself... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



The life and times on Dufferin
While no ship lasts forever, it can exist in the hearts of those who sailed on it. Much like the life of the famed vessel Dufferin, which does not live anymore in steel and timbre, but resides in the reminiscences of the cadets who served and trained onboard... -mid-day.com

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Stolt Tankers acts to protect whales and cetacean population
Stolt Tankers is pleased to announce that it has taken a major step to help protect whales and other cetaceans. Stolt Tankers' ships regularly navigate through several locations around the globe where large marine animals live and feed. These include south of Sri Lanka, the north-west of the Mediterranean Sea, the waters around Vancouver Island and the east coast of the US... -Stolt-Nielsen

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Cruise ship layups a major cause of biofouling
Long layups during the COVID-19 pandemic are a major cause for the biofouling of some cruise ships this season, Biosecurity New Zealand told Seatrade Cruise News. Other contributing factors are the number of new-to-cruise inexperienced personnel and the availability of qualified divers, according to Paul Hallett, environmental health manager, Biosecurity New Zealand... -Seatrade Cruise News

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Hongkong Restarts Cruise After Three Years
The luxury cruise ship, “SILVER SPIRIT” docked in Hong Kong on January 18th. With this, its operator Silversea Cruises became the first liner to visit Hong Kong after the relaxation of Covid Restrictions by the Chinese government. The 39,519 gross ton vessel, SILVER SPIRIT, docked at the Ocean Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui, becoming the first international cruise ship to arrive in three years after the pandemic... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Powership Wants To Solve South Africa’s Electricity Crisis
Karpowership, the Turkish company seeking to supply 1,220 megawatts of power to South Africa, will get a decision on its application to proceed with the projects from the nation’s environment department by March 7. The application, which was filed earlier this month, comes at a time when the nation is suffering its worst-ever power cuts... -gCaptain

Posted On:23-Jan-2023



Crew Stuck at Sea is Low Despite Renewed COVID Concerns From China
The Neptune Declaration Crew Change Indicator, which was launched in May 2021 to track the predominance of crew stuck at sea, is at its lowest level since it was launched. Yet, while the situation remains fairly stable, the Global Maritime Forum which compiles the indicator says the rise of infections in China is a cause for concern as other countries reintroduce restrictions... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:23-Jan-2023


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