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Centre for Maritime Economy and Connectivity to be set up in India
The Indian Ports Association (IPA) and RIS recently signed an agreement in New Delhi to set up a Centre for Maritime Economy and Connectivity. Indian minister for ports, shipping and waterways Sarbananda Sonowal, who witnessed the signing ceremony, tweeted that the institute will pave way for seamless, cost-effective trade and commerce with neighbours... -Fibre2fashion.com

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Indian Coast Guard rescues Myanmar sailor from mid-sea
Undertaking a long-range medical evacuation above sea, Indian Coast Guard on Monday rescued a Myanmar sailor from mid-sea. He has been admitted to a private hospital in Bhubaneswar, an official said. The Myanmar national, identified as Than Htike Lwin, was onboard MT GB Venture, which had reached near Sagar Island from Singapore... -Mangalorean.com

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



ICS: Diversity and inclusion toolkit for maritime
ICS has published its first publication on diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the maritime industry to aid businesses and organisations with best practice and guidance. The ICS Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit for Shipping is now available to order and provides resources and guidance to enable maritime businesses to introduce and embrace policies and engage a positive approach to D&I issues,.. -Safety4Sea

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



LEO satellites: a gamechanger for maritime connectivity
Low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites have become a must-have in maritime communications, with shipping giants trialling these new services across their fleets. What started as a slow burn with regional coverage has become a growing trend that will rival conventional satellite communications in maritime, cruise and offshore sectors... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Containership Spills Fuel in Vancouver Harbor
The Canadian Coast Guard spent the weekend responding to a fuel oil spill from a containership near Spanish Banks in Vancouver Harbour. The spill was first detected Saturday morning and an investigation determined its source to be the M/V Europe at Anchorage 1 in English Bay... -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



How to prevent burn injuries onboard
Burn injuries are not uncommon onboard ships and can result from various reasons, such as accidental contact with hot surfaces, mishandling of hazardous materials, or even electrical problems. What are the best practices to prevent burn injuries onboard? The nature of seafaring means that any unexpected incident, such as a burn injury, may take place while the ship does not have immediate access to medical facilities... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



NGOs urge IMO to adopt mandatory measures to cut underwater noise impact on marine life
The Clean Arctic Alliance, comprising 20 not-for-profit organisations, called for urgent action to address the impact of underwater noise from ships on Arctic wildlife, as a meeting of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Construction opens in London... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



India: Kolkata Port issues EoI for mega container transhipment port
The Kolkata Port has released an expression of interest (EoI) for the country’s first mega container transhipment port to be built in a phased manner at Galathea Bay in the Great Nicobar Islands. The project is expected to involve an investment of Rs 17,000 crore... -Construction Week Online India

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Greeks owners await 'real green solutions'
Ship owning companies are still waiting for “real green” fuel solutions as part of decarbonisation efforts to clean up the industry, said the leader of the London-based GSCC. As pressure mounts on shipping to deliver more concrete action to cut emissions Haralambos J Fafalios, the GSCC chairman said: “We are still awaiting engine and shipbuilders to come up with real green solutions.”... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Setting out to sink internets digital ghost ships
Our love affair with smart devices has led to an explosive growth in the number of devices we surround ourselves with. But whereas they allow us to keep an eye on our homes when we are away or help us track the expiry date of items stored in our fridges, they also leave us vulnerable to intruders, who can use them to hack their way into our homes... -Mirage News

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



ABS: LNG to play leading role in the energy transition
ABS’ chairman and president Christopher J Wiernicki reiterated the importance of LNG to the maritime industry’s larger decarbonisation goals at a recent speech to US Coast Guard (USCG) leaders at the Liquefied Gas and Alternative Fuels Senior Executive Forum... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



New Probe Into Estonia Ferry Sinking Reveals Construction Flaws
A new investigation into the sinking of ferry Estonia that claimed 852 lives in 1994 revealed flaws in its bow visor construction missed during its certification, officials said on Monday. If necessary examination was carried out, the Estonia-registered ship would not be approved as seaworthy to serve the Tallin-Stockholm route it operated, investigators from Estonia,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Norwegian Cruise Line Confirms Return of Traditional Muster Drill
Norwegian Cruise Line has reached out to travel agents and partner agencies with news that the traditional, in-person, synchronized muster drill will be returning fleetwide, effective immediately. This makes Norwegian the second major cruise line to reinstate classic muster drills, after Disney Cruise Line did so mid-November 2022... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Persistent corruption in maritime sector hindering trade, development
The Deputy Director-General of Finance & Administration at GMA, Yaw Akosa Antwi, has said corruption in the maritime industry will persist due to the nature of the shipping industry. He mentioned the absence of published SOP’s and fee schedules as some of the fertile grounds for corruption adding that, there are also issues of multiple officials enjoying broad discretionary powers... -BusinessGhana

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Thome Group transfers 100 ships to Marlink’s hybrid network
Marlink, the smart solutions company, has signed an agreement to provide hybrid network connectivity services to at least 100 ships operated by Singapore-based shipmanager Thome Group. Under the contract, the vessels will be equipped with Marlink’s high-speed VSAT service as well as L-band back-up... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Aman Group and Cruise Saudi Commission a Luxury Cruise Superyacht at Mariotti Shipyard
Italian shipyard, T. Mariotti has signed a contract with a joint venture of Aman Group and Cruise Saudi to build a new luxury yacht cruise ship. The new vessel, which is being called a “luxury resort at sea”, is expected to enter service in 2026. The vessel is dubbed, “Project Sama” for now, “Sama” in Sanskrit meaning tranquility... -FleetMon

Posted On:24-Jan-2023



Hapag Lloyd’s New Dual-Fuel Container Vessel Floated by DSME
The first of several Hapag Lloyd’s Ultra Large Container Vessels was floated in South Korea by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME). The vessel is the first in a coming series that will be dual-fuelled and will be the largest in Hapag Lloyd’s fleet... -FleetMon

Posted On:24-Jan-2023


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