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Bridge teams should use ’all available resources’ to avoid maritime incidents - NTSB
Safe navigation of bulk carriers requires bridge teams to use all available resources – including paper charts, electronic charts and radar – to avoid potential hazards. That’s the National Transportation Safety Board’s conclusion after its investigation into a January 2021 incident involving a bulk carrier striking an oil and gas production platform in the Gulf of Mexico... -Safety+Health Magazine

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Dredger sank in Makhachkala, Russia, Caspian sea
Dredger BALTIYSKAYA sank in Makhachkala Port, Dagestan, Russia, Caspian sea, on Oct 2, in stormy weather. Dredger was deployed in dredging works in Makhachkala for at least 8 months. All crew safe. No other information available at the moment... -Fleetmon

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Cargo Ship-Owners Need To Cancel Sailings As Worldwide Trade Flips From Backlogs To Empty Containers
Ocean carriers have reportedly been cancelling dozens of sailings on the busiest routes during their peak season, the most recent sign of the economic whiplash touching firms as inflation weighs on global trade and consumer spending... -Marine Insight

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Drager Marine & Offshore Launches Mobile Gas Detector
Dräger Marine & Offshore, a subsidiary of Dräger, a provider of safety and medical technology, has launched a new mobile gas detector, the X-am 2800. According to the company, the device, worn on the body, offers simultaneous measurement of up to four different gases, for application in confined spaces to safeguard employees working in areas at risk of oxygen depletion,.. -Offshore Engineer

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Cyberattacks threaten international sea traffic, ports and offshore installations
The rapid increase in cyberattacks on the maritime industry during the global pandemic has highlighted the inadequacies of the existing international legal framework and the urgent need for comprehensive and innovative international maritime cybersecurity laws... -Mirage News

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Green corridors for shipping coming to life
Nearly one year on from the COP 26 Climate conference in Glasgow where the concept of “Green Corridors” was unveiled in the Clydebank Declaration, consultants McKinsey have evaluated potential routes. Working in conjunction with MMMZCS, McKinsey has provided a framework, 104 pages in length, for evaluating potential corridors... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Portsmouth remembers those who have died at sea in ’emotional’ seafarers’ service
THE lives of the countless people that were lost at sea have been commemorated with a poignant ceremony in Portsmouth. An emotional church service was held at Portsmouth Cathedral in Old Portsmouth, before everyone gathered at the nearby statue of Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson for a wreath-laying ceremony... -Portsmouth News

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



ABS Brings Maritime Leaders Together for Digitalization, Sustainability Discussion
ABS brought together maritime industry leaders to discuss the latest advances in sustainability and digital classification at the annual ABS North America Regional Committee Meeting. “As the industry embraces a new language of shipping, ABS is leading the way in technology, sustainability and digital innovation... -MarineLink

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Britain To Acquire Two Specialist Ships To Protect Underwater Infrastructure
Britain will acquire two specialist ships to protect underwater infrastructure such as cables and pipelines, defense minister Ben Wallace said on Sunday, following leaks in the Nord Stream gas pipelines from Russia to Europe... -gCaptain

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Qatar: MOT conducts inspection drive on maritime vessels
Ministry of Transport’s Maritime Transport Affairs professionals, as well as maritime specialists from Qatar Tourism and MOl’s Gen Directorate of Coasts and Borders Security recently conducted a new inspection and control drive on maritime vessels to ensure all safety measures are followed... -Gulf Times

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



India: Rajya Sabha MP calls for pension scheme, tax breaks for Seafarers
Showing concern for the Seafarers community, Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament Luizinho Faleiro has put forward a charter of nine demands, including exemption of income tax for all Indian seafarers working on Indian and foreign vessels... -Herald Goa

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



P&O Ferries boss drops from conference panel under pressure
P&O Ferries CEO Peter Hebblethwaite has dropped from a conference panel at the Interferry Conference. Hebblethwaite’s participation in session entitled “Power and People” at the 46th Interferry Conference in the US attracted attention from politicians and unions alike... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Lithium-ion Batteries: Fire Risks and Loss Prevention Measures in Shipping
Although shipping losses have more than halved over the past decade, fires on board vessels remain among the biggest safety issues for the maritime industry. As recent events have demonstrated, roll-on roll-off (ro-ro) car carriers, the largest of which can hold as many as 8,000 vehicles, can be susceptible to fire risks while there have also been a number of blazes on container ships... -MarineLink

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Giant supertanker uses 9.8% less fuel thanks to 130-foot sails
As the shipping industry moves to decarbonize, huge sails could be making a comeback. The China Merchant Energy Shipping company (CMES) has taken delivery of a new supertanker, whose four large sails will cut down average fuel consumption by nearly 10%... -New Atlas

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Maritime CEO Forum Singapore: The connectivity at sea debate
The Maritime CEO Forums are back after a three-year covid hiatus. The first event took place last week in the stunning surroundings of the Fullerton Hotel. Ahead of the four sessions, organisers created a ‘power hour’ workshop, sponsored by Inmarsat, looking at how connectivity at sea is driving digitalisation, decarbonisation and crew welfare... -Splash 247

Posted On:4-Oct-2022



Thousands of seafarers will need training to handle new fuels
Hundreds of thousands of seafarers will require some type of new training by 2050 to be able to handle fuels such as ammonia, hydrogen or methanol and a significant number by 2030, initial findings of a massive study commissioned by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) show... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:4-Oct-2022


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