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Training sailors in Arctic waters, boosting Iran’s Chabahar: India’s maritime efforts
India and Russia have agreed to train Indian sailors in polar and Arctic waters in a maritime institute in Vladivostok, Russia, which is equipped with simulator training facilities. The two countries are also talking about a wide range of issues on maritime cooperation, Union Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal said Thursday... -ThePrint

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



EU Takes Stronger Action Against Shipping's Environmental Crimes
EU negotiators have reached a preliminary agreement on updating rules on environmental crimes and sanctions related to shipping and other activities to improve ecosystem protection. The new rules include an updated list of environmental acts that are considered criminal offenses at the EU level, as well as corresponding penalties, to ensure more effective enforcement of EU environmental laws... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



World’s First Electric Flying Passenger Ship Takes Off
In a breakthrough advancement for sustainable maritime transport, Swedish tech company Candela Technology AB announced that the Candela P-12, the world’s first electric hydrofoiling passenger vessel, will be entering serial production after completing successful flight tests in Stockholm. The P-12 is anticipated to cut operational costs by 50% compared to diesel vessels,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



Reducing Underwater Radiated Noise: Report Highlights Benefits
A new report by the University of Southampton has been launched to assess the relationship between measures aimed at enhancing ship energy efficiency and underwater radiated noise emissions. The report highlights the synergy between the two as ships move through the water. Underwater radiated noise is the unintentional noise generated by vessels,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



Singapore Hosts Maritime Seminar and Reception
Watson Farley & Williams is hosting a maritime seminar and reception in Singapore on 28 November 2023. The event will feature presentations from multi-disciplinary practitioners on the current hot topics and trends in the shipping industry. Attendees can expect practical insight on navigating the challenges and opportunities in the industry for 2024 and beyond... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



More must be done to protect seafarers and fishers’ rights
The first joint seafarers high-level conference organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) acknowledged the pivotal role played by seafarers and fishers in future global development. Seafarers’ rights protection must be enhanced, as the industry prepares for a digitalized and decarbonized future,.. -ILO

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



India: Visakhapatnam Port sets new record with 50 million metric tons of cargo handling in 2023-24
The port has set a new record for throughput, surpassing its previous record of 50 MMT in 251 days in fiscal year 2022-23. This achievement was credited to the efforts of VPA staff, PPP operators, and all stakeholders, according to Port Secretary T. Venu Gopal. VPA Chairman Dr also announced a target of 83 MMTPA for the year 2023-24, which was set by the Ministry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



India: IFSCA aims to obtain authorization for foreign-flagged vessels to operate within GIFT City
ArcelorMittal has expressed interest in relocating one of its ships to IFSC-GIFT City in India, but only if the ship can continue to sail under a foreign flag. This potential move represents a significant departure from India’s current regulations, which only allow Indian-flagged vessels in IFSC-GIFT City. ArcelorMittal has emphasized the importance of maintaining a foreign flag in order to satisfy its lenders... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



Thailand’s $28 billion sea route plan aims to connect Asia-Pacific to India and the Middle East via new route.
Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin presented a new project to investors in San Francisco that aims to reduce travel time and shipping costs. The Landbridge project will cost about 1 trillion baht ($28 billion) and will provide a 100-kilometer connection between southern Thailand’s seaports, replacing the idea of dredging a canal through the Kra Isthmus... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



Britain offers increased support for wind farms to rejuvenate struggling industry
The UK government has raised the price of support for new offshore wind farms by 66% to encourage investment in the struggling sector, which is crucial to the country’s climate goals. This increase in support will lead to higher electricity prices and bills for households, but policymakers see it as a necessary trade-off for decarbonization... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



Warning issued as Soviet gas masks containing asbestos found on bulker
Seafarers have been warned about the dangers of using old equipment after gas masks containing asbestos were found on board a bulk carrier. The Paris MoU said the Human Environment & Transport Inspectorate (ILT) recently found masks with filters containing the carcinogen during a regular inspection... -TradeWinds

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



The Process of Manufacturing Massive Container Ship Engines
The construction of massive ship engines is similar to smaller combustion engines in terms of components like pistons and crankshafts, but the scale of these engines makes the process more complex. Each part is built individually, as they are not mass produced, and are usually made of tough materials like iron or steel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



BSU Investigation: Fire in the engine compartment of a vessel
The German Bureau of Maritime Casualty Investigation (BSU) published an incident report in which, a fire broke out in the engine compartment on the German fishing vessel FREYJA, which was manned by two fishermen, on the evening of 17 September 2021. The fire on board the FREYJA resulted in the destruction of most of the fishing vessel... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



Navigating the AI Revolution: Artificial Intelligence and Protecting Human Rights at Sea
The maritime industry is the backbone of the global economy, responsible for transporting over 90% of the world's goods. But is it sailing into unchartered waters by potentially integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into its core operations? This transformative journey is overloaded with opportunities yet fraught with challenges, raising profound questions about safeguarding human rights at sea... -Human Rights At Sea

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



Combatting a new era of maritime sanctions evasion: Pole Star Global
Recent years have seen a notable increase in deceptive shipping practices (DSPs), particularly in the form of AIS spoofing and dark fleet activity. Despite the new era of sanctions compliance challenges that such DSPs have created, it is possible to comprehend, detect and mitigate these practices, as Charles Ike, Vice President of Maritime Trade Sales, Pole Star Global, explains... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:17-Nov-2023



Search for two missing people from cruise ships suspended by Coast Guard
The US Coast Guard has suspended searches for two individuals who fell overboard from separate cruise ships. The first search was for 28-year-old Tyler Barnett, who went missing from the Carnival Glory Cruise ship off the coast of Louisiana. Despite extensive efforts, he could not be found. The search was hampered by difficult weather conditions,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Nov-2023


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