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France grants port to migrant rescue ship amid Italy rift
France will take in passengers from a migrant rescue ship who have been stranded in the Mediterranean Sea for weeks after Italy refused them entry but plans to withdraw from a voluntary European Union mechanism for sharing asylum-seekers, the country’s interior minister said Thursday... -The New Indian Express

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



The race is on to build the world’s first ammonia-powered ship
Startup Amogy is retrofitting a tugboat in New York, while several Nordic companies are testing out different ammonia technologies for cleaning up the shipping industry. Ammonia is predicted to become the leading fuel source for the world’s giant cargo ships by 2050... -Canary Media

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Detained sailors refuse to leave port for hotel in Equatorial Guinea
The 16 Indian sailors, who had sent out an SOS following their detention in Equatorial Guinea, on Thursday said they were going to be taken to a hotel in the country’s capital Malabo. However, the sailors later refused to leave the port as one of their crew members, a Sri Lankan, collapsed and was sent to a hospital... -India Today

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Australia Detains Bulk Carrier for Wage and MLC Violations
Australian authorities have detained a bulk carrier following complaints of unpaid wages and refusal to provide access to the shore for the seafarers as well as not providing crew changes in a timely fashion. ITF uncovered the violations of the maritime labor conventions and reported them to the Australian authorities for enforcement... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Want to be a maritime pilot? Top skills to watch
A marine pilot, also called a maritime pilot, is a mariner who maneuvers ships through dangerous or congested waters, such as harbors or river mouths. Unlike the captain and crewmembers who travel onboard the ship, pilots are usually stationed at the ports. When a ship needs to enter or leave a harbor, maritime pilots are sent aboard to safely navigate the vessel through the local waterways... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



The Art of Salvage
Successful salvage companies no longer just react to the unexpected. They develop proactive solutions across all facets of marine operations, using new technology along with existing resources. Marine salvage involves saving lives, mitigating environmental and commercial disasters, recovering modern aircraft and historic shipwrecks or any combination of myriad activities... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Shipping Decarbonization Action Plan Launched To Upskill Global Seafaring Workforce
A new Action Plan, launched at COP 27 by UN organizations, shipowners and unions, sets out recommendations to upskill seafarers to meet shipping’s decarbonisation goals. The plan is in response to findings from new research, the modelling of which cautions that as many as 800,000 seafarers will require additional training by the mid-2030s... -Marine Insight

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Four American Merchant Ships Honored for Rescues at Sea
On October 28, the United Seamen’s Service recognized four vessels and their crews for providing search and rescue assistance to mariners in distress, honoring one of the highest traditions of the maritime profession... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Standard Club: Plan to make its operation more sustainable
Standard Club has laid out its vision to support its members’ sustainability goals with the launch of its first sustainability impact paper. The report “Planet ' People ' Performance,” describes the Club’s efforts to reduce the direct and indirect impact it has across areas of its operations and services... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Here are 8 apps to display the real-time location of ships
Every single day, thousands upon thousands of large and small ships cross the world’s oceans. Ship tracking systems are one way to keep them all from hitting each other... -Interesting Engineering

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Help sailors this Christmas with a virtual gift from the Sailors� Society
The International Maritime Charity Sailors Society is offering two virtual gifts that will not only help tick off your Christmas list but also provide a lifeline to seafarers in need. The charity is offering the opportunity to buy a gift that can provide Wi-Fi, call loved ones to a seafarer far from home or offer a helpline counseling session... -Tech Bric

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Solo Kayaker Keeps Paddling to Raise Money for Kenyan Seafarer
After five months in his kayak, 65-year-old Mark Fuhrmann has covered over 4,500 km of his 10,500km ‘Greater Loop’ paddling adventure. He intends to raise EUR 100,000 in his year-long journey for Doctors Without Borders and Captains Without Borders (CWB)... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



WISTA Conference and AGM Geneva cover Collaboration of Sustainability
During the AGM, held on 26 October in Geneva, Switzerland, WISTA International members unanimously voted to approve two new countries as members UAE and Denmark, bringing the total number to 56... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Seafarers are getting a rough deal, Opinion
POLITICIANS might be one of the most maligned occupations in the country, but I believe seafarers must be a close second when you realise how they are often treated. Until a few years ago, not many people would have known what an epidemiologist or a supply chain was... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Recruiting Gen Z in the Marine Industry
Generation Z, according to the Pew Research Center, are the people born between 1996 and 2012. Gen Z is vastly different from previous generations. Some of the issues that have affected their perspective on life are COVID-19, the Great Recession and school shootings. They believe that stability is difficult to achieve and that worry and anxiety are at the center of their lives... -MarineLink

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Grounded Supertanker Under U.S. Sanctions Refloated
U.S.-sanctioned oil supertanker Young Yong is being towed to an anchorage area in Nipah, Indonesia, after the stranded tanker was successfully refloated, Commander of Indonesia’s First Fleet Arsyad Abdullah said on Thursday... -gCaptain

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Reduced Speed Caused LPG Tanker’s Collision with Moored Tug
A pilot’s order to reduce a liquefied petroleum gas carrier’s speed during strong crosswinds led to a collision with a moored tug near Port Neches, Texas, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said Thursday. The liquefied petroleum gas carrier Gas Ares was transiting upbound on the Neches River on Nov. 25, 2021, when it collided with a harbor tug moored alongside another tug... -gCaptain

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Samsung Heavy develops liquid hydrogen fuel cell system for ships with DNV’s approval
South Korean shipbuilding major Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has developed a liquid hydrogen fuel cell system for ship propulsion and received approval in principle (AiP) from the classification society DNV. As explained, the system uses the electric power generated by liquid hydrogen and polymer electrolyte fuel cells to propel a vessel... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



LR: 27%-30% of newly built ships will require fuel conversion to meet zero targets
Despite pushing forward new initiatives by the shipping sector to achieve zero emissions, 27% to 30% of vessels newly built between 2022 and 2050 will still require conversion to a different fuel in order to meet zero targets, a new whitepaper published by classification society Lloyd’s Register shows... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:11-Nov-2022



Fire in dry docked ferry, Dunkirk
Fire reportedly, broke out in engine room of dry docked ship in Dunkirk, France, in the morning Nov 10. Nord Dept Fire Service responded with about 20 fire engines, fire was said to be taken under control, some 20 people on board were evacuated, no injures reported. According to fire fighters photos, troubled ship is ferry PRIDE OF KENT... -FleetMon

Posted On:11-Nov-2022


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