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10 Maritime Predictions for 2022
2021 was a faltering bounce back from 2020…. but it did allow many new ideas and approaches to be reviewed. The maritime connectivity and offshore energy sectors were forced to take stock and plan for leaner, more eco-friendly systems. This has not yet been reflected widely in new orders... -Valour Consultancy

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Save one life, save the world entire
A heart-lifting story about Filipino seafarers recently made it to the news and makes us proud to be Filipinos. Transatlantic rower and AIDS activist Don Victor Mooney of Queens, New York, and his family were received by Pope Francis during a General Audience on World AIDS Day, December 1, 2021, ten years after he was rescued by Filipino seafarers in the Atlantic Ocean... -The Manila Times

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Ships Caught Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
As of January 3, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) in the US has identified 94 cruise ships with COVID-infected travellers. This is a staggering count and a worrisome development given the highly transmissive nature of the disease and the dangers of travelling in enclosed spaces without being able to deboard... -Outlook India

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Cordelia Cruises CEO says firm followed all Covid protocols
Cordelia Cruises on Tuesday said that it complied with all regulations stipulated by the Directorate General of Shipping, India, and followed all Covid protocols. The crew member who had first tested Covid positive was isolated immediately at the onset of his symptoms, the company’s CEO said. He, however, alleged a lack of empathy from the authorities as no one was allowed to disembark the ship in Goa... -India Today

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Philippines: Lawmakers eye new training ship for PMMA
Lawmakers joined the industry’s collective efforts to ease the dearth of cadetship berths in the country as they deliberate on the bill that seeks to provide the state-run Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA) a new charter that includes a provision for a training ship... -The Manila Times

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Cyprus Calls for Patrols to Combat Maritime Piracy
Cyprus is calling for increased naval cooperation and permission for onboard security to combat the scourge of maritime piracy, following an increase in attacks in the Gulf of Guinea. Deputy Shipping Minister Vassilis Demetriades said that international initiatives should combat piracy, adding that the phenomenon constitutes a menace for shipping and commercial vessels... -HSToday

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Somalia: National Action Plan for Women in the Maritime Sector proceeding
Enhancing and supporting women’s role in security and maritime sectors is a vital part of Somalia’s development. Efforts to enhance opportunities for Somali women in their country’s maritime sector took a significant step forward recently with a national gathering aimed at establishing the next actions in this field... -African Business Magazine

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Maritime Company Sails Ship on Mississippi at Record-Setting Depth
In late December, Maritime company Host announced it had sailed a vessel on the Mississippi River with a draft of 47.7 feet after river pilots raised the maximum depth of a portion of the river’s ship channel to 48 feet. The previous maximum was 47 feet, but a $250 million U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dredging project is making it deeper... -bizneworleans.com

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



bp and Maersk Tankers carry out successful marine biofuel trials
bp and Maersk Tankers, with support from the Danish Maritime Authority, have successfully completed trials using biofuel-blended marine fuel in product tankers, demonstrating sustainable biofuels to be used as a marine ‘drop-in fuel’ to help reduce carbon emissions in shipping... -Oil Review Middle East

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Italian Coast Guard Blames "Negligence" for CDRY Blue Grounding
Prosecutors in Cagliari, Italy have concluded an initial investigation into the grounding of the bulker CDRY Blue on the coast of Sardinia, finding that negligence was the primary cause of the vessel’s loss. On December 21, 2019, the CDRY Blue went aground on a shoal between Porto Sciusciau and Capo Sperone, in the Sant’Antioco area of southwestern Sardinia... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Suez Canal to offer incentives for eco-friendly ships
Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority (SCA) plans to offer financial incentives for ships that follow environmentally-friendly standards, Egyptian daily paper El Watan reported on Monday, citing a TV interview with SCA Chairman Osama Rabieh. Rabieh also told Arabiya TV on Monday that the 6% increase in canal fees from February will boost annual revenue by $400 million... -The Arab Weekly

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



3 LNG carriers meet in the Port of Rotterdam
Three LNG carriers in a row were spotted in the Nijlhaven on the morning of 3 January 2022, which is unique for the Port of Rotterdam.
Spotted: 3 LNG carriers meet in the Port of Rotterdam. While the LNG Rosenrot and Georgiy Brusilov were at the terminal, the British Sponsor departed from the Port of Rotterdam... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Giant heavy lift wreck removal catamaran adrift in Gulf of Mexico
Heavy-lift twin-gantry catamaran VB 10 000 broke off her tow lines on Jan 3 in Gulf of Mexico off Cuidad del Carmen, Mexico, and started to drift. Catamaran is unmanned, AIS is off for a long time, condition and status as of 0730 UTC Jan 4 are unknown. Catamaran was en route from Brunswick Georgia, to structures at Ku-Maloob-Zaap, offshore. There’s a threat of grounding... -Fleetmon

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Coastal freighter stuck in ice, issued distress signal, Okhotsk sea
Landing craft GRIGORY LOVTSOV with 8 crew and vehicle on board issued distress signal on Jan 4 in western Okhotsk sea, waters of Shantar Archipelago, one of most far off and unpopulated areas of Russian Far East. Small cargo ship got stuck in ice and later suffered a black out. Captain asked for crew evacuation, fearing that the ship will be crashed by ice... -Fleetmon

Posted On:5-Jan-2022



Breakaway offshore tug drifting towards oil rig, Gulf of Siam
Offshore supply tug WINPOSH RAMPART broke off towing line reportedly on Jan 3 (though probably, earlier), in eastern Gulf of Siam, and started to drift towards Telok A oil rig at Telok gas/oil field in Malaysian waters. The ship was under tow of another tug of the same owner, LIMIN ROSMINA, en route from Matak Indonesia to China, apparently for repairs... -Fleetmon

Posted On:5-Jan-2022


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