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India’s National Action Plan for Green Shipping For Prosperity and Sustainability
India is working towards a prosperous and environmentally responsible future in its maritime sector through the National Action Plan for Green Shipping. Speaking at a maritime exhibition and conference, the Director General of Shipping highlighted the country’s vision, which includes quadrupling port capacity, developing clean energy fuel hubs, and promoting cruise tourism... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



New Rules for Coastal Shipping in India: Opening Doors for Foreign Vessels
The Union government of India is set to introduce new rules for coastal shipping that will allow foreign vessels to operate in Indian coastal waters, effectively lifting the current Cabotage rules. The new rules will be announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Shipping Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at the Global Maritime India Summit 2023... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



India, EU discuss ways to sustain secure maritime environment
India and the European Union (EU) discussed ways to sustain a secure maritime environment conducive for inclusive growth and global well-being, during the 3rd Maritime Security Dialogue held in Brussels on Thursday... -ThePrint

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Port of Rotterdam Provides Significant Port Fee Reduction
The Port of Rotterdam has announced that it will offer a substantial reduction in port fees for ships that use sustainable fuels. The move is in support of the Zero Emissions Maritime Buyers Alliance (ZEMBA), which aims to promote the use of zero-emission fuels in the shipping industry. The port hopes that by offering this incentive, it will encourage more carriers to make the switch to cleaner fuels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Seaspan and AES Sign MOU for LNG Bunkering in Panama
AES and shipowner Seaspan have entered into a partnership to provide LNG bunkering services to shipping vessels in the Panama Canal and other regional markets. AES is expanding its Costa Norte LNG terminal in Panama, which will include new LNG refuelling infrastructure on LNG carriers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Adani Gangavaram Port Sets Record in Handling Cargo
Adani Gangavaram Port, the deepest and most modern port in India, has set a new record by handling 160 rakes of cargo. The port dispatched the cargo to the power industries of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, marking the highest number of incoming coal rakes handled by the port in the last month. In just 3 hours and 30 minutes, the port loaded 42 wagons of BCN rake for Indian Potash Limited... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Reducing Maritime Emissions: Carbon Clean and Samsung Engineering Partner for Onboard Carbon Capture Solutions
Carbon Clean and Samsung Engineering have signed a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) to explore the potential of reducing maritime emissions using onboard carbon capture solutions. The partners will focus on optimizing Carbon Clean’s modular carbon capture technology, CycloneCC, for use on ships... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



PCG compels Marshall Islands to hold ship accountable for hitting PH boat
The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has stated that the Marshall Islands, believed to be the flag state of the ship that crashed into a Philippine fishing boat, is obligated to hold the vessel accountable for the incident that resulted in the death of three fishermen. The PCG has sent a letter to the government of the Marshall Islands requesting their cooperation in investigating the oil tanker that collided with the fishing boat... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Livestock Transporter Brahman Express Experiences Fire En Route to Indonesia
The livestock transporter, Brahman Express, experienced a fire in its engine room while en route to Indonesia. The ship, which had 3,600 cattle on board, was able to safely return to Darwin Harbour in Australia. Fortunately, no injuries to the crew or problems with animal protection were reported. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority stated that the fire was extinguished immediately... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Turkish cargo vessel collides with mine in the Black Sea
A Turkish-flagged cargo ship struck a sea mine in the Black Sea off the coast of Romania, but the crew remained safe and the damage was minor. The incident occurred near the entrance to the Sulina Channel, with the ship anchoring briefly to assess the damage before resuming sailing... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



India: NUSI to revive defunct hospital at Cuncolim into OPD
There’s a ray of hope that the defunct NUSI hospital at Cuncolim may be revived into a Out Patient Department (OPD) by the National Union of Seafarers of India (NUSI) once curtains come down on the ongoing arbitration proceedings... -The Goan Everyday

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



GS Caltex, POSCO, and H-Line Shipping Partner to Introduce Marine Biofuel for Bulk Carriers
GS Caltex, POSCO, and H-Line Shipping have signed a memorandum of understanding to introduce bulk carriers running on marine biofuel in an effort to reduce carbon emissions. The partnership represents a new value chain in South Korea’s maritime industry, with a marine biofuel provider, a fuel tank maker, and a fuel tanker operator working together towards carbon emission reduction goals... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Latest Wärtsilä Engine To Make Its Debut Powering New Luxury Cruise Ships
Technology group Wärtsilä will supply its recently introduced Wärtsilä 25DF dual-fuel (LNG) engine for two new sail-assisted luxury cruise ships. The vessels are being built at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique (CdA) shipyard in France for Orient Express Silenseas, part of French hospitality group, Accor. There is an option for an additional two vessels. The order was booked by Wärtsilä in May 2023... -Marine Insight

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Offshore tug aground, abandoned, US Virgin Islands
Offshore supply tug BONNIE G, deployed probably, as a supply ship, drifted aground at around 0725 UTC Oct 4 just south of airport, southern coast of St. Thomas island, US Virgin islands, according to US Coast Guard report. All 12 crew were rescued by USCG, when they all went or were going into life rafts, all are safe... -FleetMon

Posted On:6-Oct-2023



Coaster collided with boutique cruise boat with 18 tourists, Indonesia
General cargo ship WIJAYA KUSUMA 1 collided with cruise boat KLM SEHAT ELONA in the morning Oct 5 in Flores sea in strait separating Sembawa and Sangeang islands, Bima Regency, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. KLM SEHAT ELONA was carrying 18 foreigners, understood tourists, her starboard suffered heavy damages... -FleetMon

Posted On:6-Oct-2023


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