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India, 12 nations vow to tackle emerging common maritime threats
Adopting a common stance at the Goa Maritime Conclave, 13 nations, including India, vowed to prioritise key maritime interests in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) with an emphasis on capacity building to tackle emerging common maritime threats. The Declaration of Common Maritime Priorities was unveiled on the final day of the Goa Maritime Conclave by chief of naval staff Admiral Karambir Singh and the naval chiefs of the eight other nations.  Times of India

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



Stella Maris to Host Online Panel Discussion on Maritime Forced Labor
To mark World Fisheries Day, please join Stella Maris (formerly known as Apostleship of the Sea) for an online panel discussion on Tuesday 23rd November from 7.30pm to 9pm GMT to take a look at the darker side of the maritime world: modern slavery aboard some fishing vessels, and at what is being done about it... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



World-leading South Shields Marine School opens up for careers day
Maritime experts will be on hand to give advice to people considering a life on the ocean waves at a careers day, from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, November 13. They will be joined by representatives of major shipping companies who will give added insight into what it takes to embark on highly-paid and secure careers. Marine school bosses say they are delighted their annual Careers Day is up and running in person, after last year’s event was moved online due to the Covid pandemic... -Shields Gazette

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



What Norwegians are learning as they pioneer autonomous ships
Norway is leading the world in developing autonomous ship technology – and the world should pay attention to its latest developments. Norway is the perfect place to develop autonomous ships. Norwegians love boats, they love technology, and they love to cooperate. On top of that, autonomous ships have practical applications that could affect the lives of many in Norway... -ComputerWeekly.com

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



Nigerian Navy vows to stamp out piracy, crude oil theft in maritime sector
THE Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Gambo, Wednesday, vowed to stamp out piracy and crude oil theft from the maritime sector and expressed the commitment of the Navy to the safety of the maritime space. Gambo said legitimate socio-economic activities would thrive as a result of the security that was being provided both on water and land in active collaboration with other sister security agencies... -Vanguard

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



Fiji, Philippines urged to do more for seafarers
The International Transport Workers Federation is calling on Fiji and the Philippines to uphold and protect the rights of seafarers. A group of Filipino sailors stranded in Fiji - some for up to three years - have been allowed to leave the country. The plight of the 20 men was highlighted last year after allegations of fraud and human trafficking were made against their employer - Goundar Shipping Ltd... -RNZ

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



Mercy Ships set to benefit from generosity of Ship owners, charterers and brokers
The global shipping and trading community will join forces once again in November to raise vital funds for the hospital ship charity Mercy Ships. Vessel charterers, brokers, agents, owners, operators and others will participate in the annual Cargo Day which since 2016 has raised almost $4 million for the essential work that Mercy Ships undertakes... -Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



Fishermen work is one of the most dangerous professions: Emotional support a call away
Samaritans Southcoast, the region’s suicide prevention agency, along with Befrienders Worldwide, the international arm of Samaritans in the United Kingdom, have launched Seafarers International Emotional Support Services, a new program for fishing, maritime and and other seafaring industry workers. Captain David Watkins, communication director for Befriends Worldwide, is a retired seafarer who recognized the need for emotional support for those who have chosen the dangerous and mentally taxing career field... -South Coast Today

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



MPP suffers hull cracking in grounding and crew evacuated
All 14 seafarers were being evacuated from a multipurpose (MPP) cargoship that grounded in a storm off Russia on Tuesday morning. The 5,600-dwt Rise Shine (built 1999) has reportedly suffered hull cracking, but remains intact despite reports it had broken in two. The Panama-flag vessel beached near the port of Nakhodka in Primorye. Vostok Media said a rescue operation was launched to take the Chinese crew off the ship... -TradeWinds

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



Ukrainian port to be rebranded QTerminals Olvia on Dec 7
Having successfully forayed into Turkey and Ukraine, QTerminals is now eyeing acquisition of port assets in Europe as part of its strategic geographical expansion. Moreover, the terminal operating company, which will officially rebrand the newly acquired port asset as QTerminals Olvia on December 7, plans to turn the Ukrainian port into a major grain hub through which Doha’s food security can also be addressed as food processing plants are being planned in Qatar’s free zones,.. -Bunker Ports News

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



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Sustainable transport firms unite around carbon-neutral bunkering
Sustainable cargo initiative GoodShipping has unveiled a new partnership with 18 companies that will substantially reduce emissions from shipping. Today, these cargo owners and other partners have completed the first in a series of bunkerings of sustainable marine biofuel in this COP26-dedicated decarbonisation campaign that will cut around 4,000 tonnes of emitted CO2... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



COP26: 19 countries pledge to create zero-emission shipping corridors
As informed, the specific green maritime routes will be decarbonized from end to end, including both land-side infrastructure and vessels. First-mover signatories of the Clydebank Declaration include Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Denmark, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, the Republic of Ireland, Japan, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America.... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



Bulk carrier VENUS HARMONY aground
Bulk carrier VENUS HARMONY aground in Parana river at 408 kilometer mark, since around 0830 UTC Nov 9, understood grounded while unmooring at Rosario to proceed downstream to Zona Comun Anchorage, Rio de la Plata. Still aground as of 0240 UTC Nov 10, at least 2 tugs at her side... -Fleetmon

Posted On:11-Nov-2021



Tanker carrying palm oil ran aground, refloated, Indonesia
Product tanker SAMUDRA SINDO 38 loaded with palm oil ran aground on pre-cov era tourist attraction, Tanjung Keluang Beach, Tanjung Keluang natural park, southern Kalimantan, Indonesia, at around 1400 UTC Nov 6, while en route from Kumai Kalimantan, to Surabaya Java. Tanker refloated, by own means with high tide, or with tug assistance, in the evening Nov 8, and resumed voyage... -Fleetmon

Posted On:11-Nov-2021


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