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Nhava Sheva Free Port Terminal to start operations from 10 February
Nhava Sheva Free Port Terminal Pvt Ltd, an equal joint venture between J M Baxi Ports Logistics Ltd and CMA Terminals Holding, will start operations from 10 February at the container terminal it acquired from the State-owned JNPA last year.Nhava Sheva Free Port Terminal said it will begin accepting export containers from 6 February, the terminal said in a notice to trade... -The Economic Times

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Iran, UAE to accelerate port, maritime, transit cooperation
In a meeting between the head of Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) and the United Arab Emirate (UAE)’s ambassador to Tehran on Tuesday, the two sides stressed the acceleration of mutual port, maritime, and transit cooperation... -Tehran Times

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



In 2023, We Should Enforce the Law on Human Rights at Sea
The simple headline is that human rights protections at sea are still overlooked, deliberately avoided, and conveniently brushed aside. 2023 is shaping to be another challenging year for human rights defenders. These are dangerous geopolitical times for maintaining and assuring hard-earned fundamental human rights on land and at sea... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



LNG still the most popular alternative fuel by far
LNG was the fuel of choice amongst owners ordering ships for operation on alternative fuels in 2022. According to analysis by DNV, more than 80% of such vessels (222 ships) were contracted last year compared with 35 ships that will operate on methanol, the second most popular alternative fuel... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



New ship design capable of supplying H2 using green ammonia emerges
French shipowner Louis Dreyfus Armateurs has developed an innovative vessel design capable of storing and supplying hydrogen using green ammonia. To develop a new design for the ship, dubbed “Floating Renewable Energy Solution for Hydrogen vessel (FRESH)”, the company has assessed different technology providers and collaborated with specialized engineering companies... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



How to keep the devil off the deep sea
Life for A Shanthi changed drastically in August 2015. Hailing from Enayamputhanthurai village in Kanyakumari district, the 50-year-old is a victim of piracy. Her son Antony Anish was shot dead by pirates when he was fishing off the coast of Qatar. He was just 23 years old then... -The Times of India

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Philippines' seafarer group questions why Chinese dredgers don't hire Filipinos to control vessels
The Samahanng Nagkakaisang Marinong Pilipino (SMNP), a seafarers group in the Philippines, has questioned the country's Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Department of Migrant Workers why Chinese dredgers in the country are not hiring Filipinos to control their vessels, according to a report in The Geneva Daily... -ANI News

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Kenya: Maritime sector projects take 2023 centre stage
A number of new projects that are intended to revolutionise the way the shipping and logistics industry will operate this year are in the pipeline. Today, we look at these projects one by one. They are the brainchild of the new administration... -The Standard

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Nautilus raises key concerns in discussion with UK maritime minister
Nautilus general secretary Mark Dickinson discussed skills, maritime jobs, and government action following the P&O Ferries crisis in his first meeting with UK’s new maritime minister Baroness Vere... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Samsung Heavy Industries moves to stem skilled labour shortage
South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries has brought in more than 40 welders from Indonesia to work at its Geoje Island yard as it struggles to recruit skilled workers. Samsung confirmed a total of 41 Indonesian welders had arrived here to work at its offshore and marine yard... -Upstream Online

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Cruise ships are rescuing more and more refugees adrift at sea
While cruise ship operators may get angry at their Captains and crew for stopping to help, it sounds like passengers are usually just fine with interrupting their vacations to help migrants who may otherwise be lost at sea... -Boing Boing

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Hurricane Force Storm with 40+ Foot Seas Off U.S. West Coast
An intense storm low over the eastern North Pacific is currently moving towards the northeast at about 20 kts and is producing winds of 50-70 knots with significant wave heights up to 12.5-13.5 meters (41-45 feet) within 120-360 nm south and west of the center... -gCaptain

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Hull Fouling Spoils Australia-New Zealand Cruise
Viking Cruises will compensate hundreds of passengers on its Orion cruise ship after cruisers were forced to stay on board and miss multiple stops because officials blocked port access due to marine growth on the ship’s hull... -gCaptain

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Shuttle fast boat with foreign tourists sank in Bali waters
Shuttle Fast Boat KEBO IWA EXPRESS with 29 people on board, including 23 passengers, sank in the evening Jan in waters between Sanur port, Bali, and nearby Penida island. Understood fast boat struck floating wood debris, in poor visibility, all people on board were rescued, most of them being foreign tourists... -FleetMon

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Offshore supply tug suffering water ingress in Arabian sea
Offshore supply tug TRITON HARMONY with 18 crew on board on Jan 4 reported suffering mass water ingress in Arabian sea some 280 nm west of Mumbai. The ship is en route to Mumbai ETA Jan 7... -FleetMon

Posted On:5-Jan-2023



Bulk carrier contacted Lock head, returned to Antwerp
Bulk carrier OZGUR AKSOY contacted lock head of Zandvliet Lock, Antwerp, at around 2120 UTC Jan 3, while leaving Antwerp. Ship sustained undefined damages, serious enough to take bulk carrier back to Antwerp, for inspection and probably, repairs. Bulk carrier remained berthed in Antwerp as of 1700 UTC Jan 4... -FleetMon

Posted On:5-Jan-2023


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