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US invites India to join naval coalition in Red Sea
The US has invited India to join the multi-national naval coalition, Operation Prosperity Guardian, to counter threats posed by Yemen's Houthi militants in the Red Sea, according to persons aware of the matter. This coalition, under the Combined Maritime Forces, seeks to ensure maritime security and protect global shipping routes, which Houthi attacks have increasingly targeted... -Mint

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Defying Warnings, Houthis Launch Drone Boat Attack in Red Sea
Less than a day after a Western coalition threatened them with "consequences," Yemen's Houthi militants launched a suicide drone boat attack in the Red Sea, an American official said Thursday. The drone boat was carrying a payload of explosives and made it about 15 miles before it exploded, Pentagon spokesman Vice Adm. Brad Cooper told reporters... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Indian Govt starts review of ship age regulations
The Directorate General of Shipping in India has decided to review the age norms for ships, and has called on a consultant to conduct the study. The study should examine the impacts of age restrictions on the shipping industry as a whole and recommend potential amendments to the order... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



By 2030, 25% of the Fleet Will Have Alternative-Fuel Capability
According to a year-end shipbuilding review from Clarksons, nearly half of all newbuild tonnage on the world's shipyard orderbooks is ready for alternative fuels. The report stated that 539 newbuild orders involved alternative fuel capable vessels, with LNG leading the way in "alternative" fuel ordering... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Bulk Carrier Reportedly Boarded By Armed Individuals
British maritime security firm Ambrey said on Thursday that a Liberia-flagged bulk carrier had reportedly been boarded by armed individuals 458 meters southeast of Eyl, Somalia. The vessel was destined for Khalifa bin Salman in Bahrain, according to Ambrey's statement... -MarineLink

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



MHSS provides assistance to sailors in dangerous regions
MHSS warned ship owners and managers not to underestimate the impact of the threat of attack on the mental health of seafarers in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. Over 20 attacks have occurred since November 19, 2023, prompting MHSS to offer pro bono mental health support to vessels in these high-risk areas... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



PSA Mumbai Becomes India’s First 100% Renewable Energy Container Terminal
PSA Mumbai has made history by becoming India's first 100% renewable energy container terminal. With a solar farm commissioned, it will meet over 75% of power needs and reduce more than 350,000 tons of CO2 emissions. The electrification of equipment fleet and launch of electric trucks further underline PSA's commitment to green transport... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Indian Govt Receives 11 EOIs for Great Nicobar Project
The proposed international transshipment port project on Great Nicobar Island has received interest from 11 stakeholders for an investment of over Rs 41,000 crore. The project will include an airport, a township, and a power plant and is expected to be fully operational by 2028. It will focus on strategic location and natural water depths to become a leading container transshipment port... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Disabled Fishing Vessel Towed 160 Miles by US Coast Guard Through Blizzard
USCGC Alex Haley (WMEC-39) towed a stricken fishing vessel 160 miles to Adak, Alaska, after it lost propulsion 575 miles southwest of Dutch Harbor. The crew successfully ensured the safety of the eight people aboard the damaged vessel in harsh conditions, showcasing their dedication and exemplary service... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Recent Somali Piracy Incidents in the Indian Ocean Raise Concerns
The UKMTO reported that a merchant vessel was boarded by armed personnel 460 nautical miles east of Somalia. Recent incidents, including the hijacking of the Maltese-flagged bulk carrier MV Ruen, are causing concern for maritime security in the region. The crew members' welfare and the motives of the kidnappers remain unknown... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Challenges Facing Suez and Panama Canals in 2024
Over 36,000 merchant ships pass through the Suez and Panama Canals annually, but this year, both face extraordinary events affecting global vessel transits. Houthi rebels in Yemen, funded by Iran, have attacked ships in the Gulf of Aden, leading to suspensions of transits. Meanwhile, the Panama Canal is experiencing significant delays due to an unprecedented drought... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Isle of Man Registry Welcomes World's Most Powerful Sailing Cargo Ship
The world’s most powerful sailing cargo ship has gone into service under the Isle of Man flag. The pioneering Berge Olympus was officially unveiled in October after its retrofit by Berge Bulk, one of the world’s leading dry bulk ship owners. Four WindWings have been installed on the Newcastlemax bulker as part of Berge Bulk’s ambition to become carbon neutral by 2025... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Investigation uncovers fake pilot ladders with falsified certification
We’ve all heard of copy watches and fake designer handbags, but it seems counterfeiting even extends to ship’s pilot ladders. Investigations into non-compliant pilot ladders by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) found in some instances that the equipment was not made the company it claimed to be from and its certification was also fake... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Dredge Vessel Crew Saves Woman from Columbia River Flood
The crew of the US Army Corps of Engineers dredge vessel Yaquina rescued a woman from the Columbia River after she fell into the currents. Deck mechanics Tanner Ensworth and Brian Marshall spotted her and initiated a rescue mission. Read the full story on the Army Corps website... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



NYK’s Comprehensive Trial for Safe Sourcing and Extended Use of Biofuels
NYK aims to carefully assess the safety and sourcing of biofuels during extended use, reflecting its commitment to promoting biofuel development and achieving a 45% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. The company will implement continuous biofuel use on ships for three months, expanding to longer periods for further validation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



KMOU Researchers Unveil Innovative Autonomous Ship Navigation Method
With recent requirements for reducing greenhouse gas emissions of autonomous ships, researchers investigated the path-following performance of maritime autonomous surface ships (MASS) using a free-running computational fluid dynamics model. Their findings can ensure safer autonomous navigation with reduced propulsion power... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Jan-2024



Australia Places a 180 Days Ban on Chinese LNG Carrier
The Australian Maritime Safety Agency (AMSA) imposed a 180-days ban on the Chinese-flagged LNG carrier, "CESI QINGDAO," following a breakdown of the vessel that caused a blockage in one of Australia's primary LNG export terminals... -FleetMon

Posted On:5-Jan-2024


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