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India R-Day parade: Lt Cdr Disha Amrith leads 144 young sailors, Agniveers
Lt Cdr Disha Amrith lead Indian Navy’s contingent on Republic Day comprising 144 young sailors. For the first time ever, marching contingent consists of 3 women and 5 man Agniveers... -Times of India

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



India to explore the Seabed to meet Metal demands for Green Energy Transition
India is all set to join the elite group of countries – United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, Japan, and China- to explore the sub-sea, and harness the unexplored wealth of the oceans on the seabed. NIOT in Chennai under MoES has announced plans to send three-member crew onboard a submersible to a depth of 6,000 meters... -Hindustan Times

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



IMO, ILO adopt guidelines to improve welfare of seafarers
New measures to improve conditions for seafarers have been adopted at a meeting involving governments, maritime workers and employers’ organisations. The tripartite working group’s meeting involving ILO and IMO, brought together more than 250 representatives and observers from governments, shipowners’ and seafarers’ representative organisations, to identify and address seafarer issues... -Ships&Ports

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Phillipines investigating alleged harrassment of fishermen by Chinese ship
The Philippine government has said that the country is monitoring developments in the South China Sea and is investigating a recent incident where a China Coast Guard ship allegedly harassed local fishermen near a Filipino-occupied shoal (a natural submerged ridge), US-based non-profit news service Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported... -ANI News

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Right time for more women to join maritime industry
The maritime sector accounts for roughly 90 per cent of global trade. It offers a diverse range of jobs for those looking to experience a new working environment with unlimited career advancement. Despite the maritime industry evolving over time, it is still perceived as male-dominated and women currently make up less than two per cent of the workforce... -New Straits Times

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Seafarers report juggling workload with wellbeing onboard in Q3 2022 Happiness Index
As technology improves and efficiency increases oboard, the impact of this notable in faster turnarounds, visits to ports in quick succession and higher cargo demands. This invariably comes with more paperwork and administrative tasks that would fall on the shoulders of seafarers... -Standard Club

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Huge Iceberg Breaks Off from Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf
An iceberg the size of metro London has broken off of Antarctica’s Brunt Ice shelf. The calving event was confirmed Monday by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) which first detected growing cracks in the 150-meter-thick ice shelf about a decade ago... -gCaptain

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Vietnamese Cargo Ship Holed, Washes Ashore Caught in Surf
Storms along the Pacific coast in Asia have been playing havoc on shipping this week with a Chinese vessel lost in the East China Sea and another evacuated after grounding on a Japanese reef. Now comes a report from Vietnam that one of its cargo vessels was stranded in the storms washing ashore in the high surf... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



French MR Tanker to be Retrofitted with Rotor Sails
Interest continues to grow in the forms of wind power-assisted propulsion as an available technology to help shipping companies and shippers meet the challenges of improving their performance as it relates to meeting the regulatory goals to reduce emissions. In the latest step France’s Socatra has decided to retrofit one of its tankers with rotor technology from Norsepower... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Quality data, analytics key to lowering ship emissions
Shipowners need to understand vessel operational data and use accurate analytics to make fuel savings, according to the expert panel of Riviera Maritime Media’s Data-driven vessel emissions reduction webinar. This event highlighted the importance of analysing accurate reported data on key parameters, such as ship speed and engine revolutions to lower emissions... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Hydrogen's progress as a marine fuel
A review of projects shows hydrogen is slowly gaining traction as an alternative fuel in the maritime industry with projects to deliver hydrogen from production to the port, for use in vessels. In July 2021, DNV published a report, which is looking at hydrogen as a marine fuel or as an enabler for synthetic fuels... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Nuclear power for shipping; understanding the opportunity in context
Using nuclear power to propel ships is not a new concept, but the intense interest in commercial maritime decarbonisation is pushing curiosity around the topic to new heights. This is unlikely to be your father’s nuclear power, as it is based on new technologies that differ from legacy power plants... -Splash 247

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Crew Fatigue Led to OSV Striking Production Platform in Gulf of Mexico
A company not adhering to their 12-hour work limit led to an offshore supply vessel striking an oil and gas production platform in the Gulf of Mexico last year, the National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday. The OSV Elliot Cheramie, with a crew of four and five offshore workers, was on its normal route between Port Fourchon, Louisiana, when it struck the production platform EI-259A... -gCaptain

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Man Falls to Death on Maersk Ship at Port of Los Angeles
A man has died after falling some 50 feet onto the deck of a Maersk ship docked at the Port of Los Angeles on Wednesday. The Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed that the adult male fell from the ship’s superstructure to the deck approximately 50 below. The incident was reported just before 4:45 p.m. on Wednesday... -gCaptain

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



DESMI Offers Free Engineering to Avoid Consequences of Older BWMS
If a ballast water management system does not comply with current regulations, this can have serious consequences for your business. Replacing it with a DESMI CompactClean solution gives you reliable and cost-effective compliance, even in the long term – and for most replacement projects, solution engineering is included in the price... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Landmark report shows marine insurers’ portfolios not measuring up to IMO, Paris targets
A group of eight marine insurers has released the first Annual Disclosure Report for Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance, disclosing the climate alignment of their hull and machinery portfolios. The report surveys the portfolios of the framework’s signatories in what has been described as a ‘landmark step’ forward towards transparency in the maritime and insurance sectors... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



TORM tanker grounding in Western Scheldt
Product tanker TORM SIGNE ran aground in Western Scheldt upstream from Terneuzen, at around 2040 UTC Jan 25, while proceeding downstream towards sea. Tanker was refloated by Multraship tugs about an hour later, and as of 0005 UTC Jan 26 was about to anchor at anchorage between Vlissingen and Terneuzen... -FleetMon

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Container ship GSL ELENI to be towed to China, rudder fixed amidships
Container ship GSL ELENI, which suffered rudder jam in portside position on Dec 29, on Jan 18 was moved to Seattle, to offload containers on board. The ship is said to be towed to China for repairs. Rudder meanwhile, was fixed in amidships position and prepared for Trans North Pacific towage... -FleetMon

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



Vietnamese freighter breached, grounded on the beach
General cargo ship HOANG GIA 46 struck reef in the morning Jan 26 off Quang Ngai Province coast, central Vietnam, and suffered hull breach with ensuing water ingress. The ship was disabled, drifted ashore and grounded on the beach. 11 crew safe... -FleetMon

Posted On:27-Jan-2023



MOL mega container ship troubled while leaving Southampton
Mega container ship MOL TREASURE broke down while leaving Southampton in the afternoon Jan 26 in The Solent, in front of Fawley. Not clear how the situation developed, probably ship dropped anchor. Several tugs responded, MOL TREASURE resumed moving some 5 hours later, she has been taken back to Southampton... -FleetMon

Posted On:27-Jan-2023


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