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World’s first partially wind powered cargo ship successfully sailed
The world’s first partly wind-powered bulk carrier ship sailed to the Port of Newcastle on its maiden voyage this week. The Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), which delivered the 100, 422 dwt (dead-weight tonnage) bulker on October 7, 2022, sailed to Newcastle on Monday, reported Offshore Energy... -Interesting Engineering

Posted On:29-Oct-2022



Indonesians stuck on vessel in Kaohsiung set to return home
Eight Indonesian crewmen who had been confined to a cargo ship in Kaohsiung Port for over eight months have been allowed to disembark and are now awaiting a flight back to their home country, the Maritime and Port Bureau said Friday... -Focus Taiwan

Posted On:29-Oct-2022



Adani Gangavaram Port achieves record in Iron Ore Fines
Adani Gangavaram Port the deepest and the most modern port in the country today accomplished yet another milestone by handling its first ever Coastal Voyage Cape Vessel MV LILA NANTONG. This vessel originated the transport of 1.6 Lac MTs of Iron Ore Fines from Adani Gangavaram Port to Jaigarh Port in Maharashtra and loaded 56,077 MTs of Iron Ore Fines aboard the vessel in 24 hrs... -Equity Bulls

Posted On:29-Oct-2022



Women in maritime have shown leadership during the pandemic
WISTA and the researchers from UFES in Brazil ran a survey focused on the impact of the COVID pandemic on women in maritime based on work, family and community life of WISTA members. According to the findings, 61.51% of the participants feel that women showed leadership during the pandemic crisis at work or in their communities... -All About Shipping -

Posted On:29-Oct-2022



OPEC Expects Oil Demand Will Rise Until 2035
OPEC is likely to maintain its view world oil demand will rise for another decade, longer than many other forecasters predict, in a forthcoming major report, despite the growing role of renewables and electric cars, two OPEC sources said. The 2021 version sees oil demand reaching a plateau after 2035... -gCaptain

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Maritime Industry - A Path To The Other Side Of The World
When I was younger, I had no idea that you could become a captain. As a kid I thought it was something you earned with age and a salty greying beard. That was until my uncle called and told me he was going through a course to obtain a 100-ton master’s license. I had no idea what he was talking about but having grown up around the water I was intrigued... -gCaptain

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Offshore Wind Could Create 17000+ Jobs in Spain by 2050
Offshore wind could create over 7,000 new jobs in Spain until 2030, with more than 17,000 people working in the sector by 2050, according to estimates in a white paper released by the Spanish Wind Energy Association (AEE)... -Offshore WIND

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UK: What Is A Seafarer’s Self-Assessment Tax Return
From visiting amazing places and meeting awesome people to fabulous financial rewards, there’s so much to love about working as a Deckhand or Stewardess. However, despite the glitz and glamour, there’s one thing you can’t escape from, no matter how exotic your next destination is – and that’s the dreaded tax return... -Flying Fish

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NZ: Full steam astern for cruise industry
Covid and environmental concerns aren’t holding back a tourism sector that has a big footprint in New Zealand. When the Celebrity Eclipse steamed up Otago Harbour this week, the freshly painted 12-year-old vessel that can pack about 4000 passengers and crew into its 317m length broke a two-year drought... -Newsroom

Posted On:29-Oct-2022



Dockworker Dies After Getting Hit by a Shipping Container at Port Everglades
A longshoreman lost his life due to a container handling accident at Port Everglades in Florida. The victim has been identified as Odely Joseph. He was 51 years of age and was a resident of Fort Lauderdale. The accident occurred aboard the small boxship feeder vessel, “Hohebank”... -Fleetmon

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German container ship aground, Master intoxicated, Denmark
Container ship RAGNA ran aground late at night Oct 27 shortly after leaving Frederica Denmark, Little Belt, bound for Bremerhaven Germany. Understood as of 1350 UTC Oct 28, the ship is still aground, though her status is marked as “NUC”. Reportedly ship’s sailing after she left Frederica was suspicious and the ship was boarded by the police, finding Master to be intoxicated... -Fleetmon

Posted On:29-Oct-2022



Supertanker in load aground in Singapore Strait near gas pipeline
Very Large Crude Carrier YOUNG YONG ran aground in Singapore Strait in the evening Oct 26, while proceeding from outer Singapore Anchorage in South China Sea to Nipa island, Riau islands, Indonesia, with final destination Mozambique. Tanker is in full load carrying 284,429 tons of crude... -Fleetmon

Posted On:29-Oct-2022


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