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India: Cochin Shipyard, IIT-Madras sign pact to support maritime startups
In a move that comes as a huge boost to the country’s startup ecosystem, Cochin Shipyard (CSL) and IIT Madras have signed an agreement to support startups in the maritime sector. The programme is expected to provide a platform for young and talented entrepreneurs to develop products or services in the marine space with financial support provided by the CSL... -Onmanorama

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Italy closes ports to NGO ship carrying 179 migrants
Italy said an NGO ship carrying 179 migrants will be turned away from Italian ports and redirected to international waters once minors and vulnerable people have disembarked... -POLITICO Europe

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



India: Goan seamen highlight woes to shipping authorities
GSAI brought to the notice of shipping authorities the hardships seafarers faced due to some companies’ negligence and disrespect towards them. On Saturday, GSAI President Frank Viegas met Shipping Master Mukul Dutta, Assistant Shipping Master Binish Varma and Chief Administrator H S Bowalekar in Mumbai,.. -Herald Goa

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



6 Indian sailors among 26 detained by Guinea
6 Indian sailors, part of a 26 member crew of MT Heroic Idun were detained by Equatorial Guinea. Crew says that the vessel is being illegally handed over to Nigeria. Earlier, the sailors were taken into custody and interrogated. The sailors say that they haven’t been harassed by the authorities. Many of the sailors are unwell and suffering with malaria... -Times of India

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Maersk plans large-scale green fuel production in Spain
Global shipping giant Maersk signed an agreement Thursday with the Spanish government to develop large-scale production of green fuel in Spain for its worldwide fleet. The methanol project, which will involve private partners and European Union funding, will see an investment of nearly 10 billion euros ($9.75 billion), a government statement said... -Economic Times

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Cruise Demand Has Returned To Pre-Pandemic Levels
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. said occupancy has rebounded to pre-pandemic levels, with bookings running higher than the third quarter of 2019. The second-largest cruise operator reported third-quarter results Thursday that surpassed Wall Street estimates and said customer demand met 2019 levels for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic shut down cruises... -gCaptain

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Italy Demands That Countries Whose Flag Is Flown By Rescue Boats Bear The Responsibility Of Migrants Aboard
A row escalated on Friday over who should take care of migrants rescued by charity groups off the Italian coast, with Italy insisting that countries whose flag was flown by the boats should bear some of the responsibility and Norway disagreeing... -gCaptain

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



15 Biggest Global Logistics and Shipping Companies
The global logistics and shipping industry is at a very interesting crossroads right now. While many industries were crippled by the Covid-19 pandemic which impact most countries across the world, few were affected as badly as the logistics and shipping industry... -Yahoo Finance

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



India: Govt may give time to local vessels before fixing age limits for operation
Even as the government looks to fix age limits for ships operating in Indian waters, to ensure overall safety and protect the marine environment from pollution caused by mishaps, it is mulling a proposal to give more time to existing vessels to conform to the new norms... -Mint

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Maersk Accuses Big Oil Of Holding Back On Green Fuel
In an interview with the Financial Times (FT) last week Maersk warned that oil companies are holding back the shipping industry’s decarbonization efforts by not providing affordable green fuel. Morten Bo Christiansen, head of decarbonization at AP Møller-Maersk, told the Financial Times that Maersk risked not having the green methanol supplies it needs to fuel zero-carbon ships... -gCaptain

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Bangladesh eyes exporting skilled labour to Russia
Bangladesh looks to send its skilled labour to Russia for the shipbuilding industry as the country needs foreign workers in this sector. To this end, Overseas Employment and Services Limited (BOESL) has signed a memorandum of understanding with a Russian shipbuilding company recently, said officials... -The Financial Express

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



USA: SUNY Maritime College teaches students new ways to generate electricity
SUNY Maritime College hosted middle school students on Saturday for “NYC Student Day: Youth Power and Offshore Wind” to teach students how to generate electricity through wind farms in the ocean. Students took items that you can find around your home like paper, electrical tape, and a towel rod and used them to create energy reaching up to 14 megavolts... -News 12 Bronx

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Sailor seriously injured in rope accident
A sailor was seriously injured while out at sea on Saturday morning as the ship he was on sailed out of the Freeport. The 38-year-old Turkish man was brought to shore by members of the Civil Protection Department and then rushed to Mater Dei Hospital for treatment... -Times of Malta

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Norwegian freighter disabled north of Ferrol, towed to port
General cargo ship HAV PIKE with cargo of steel left Ferrol Spain early morning Nov 4, bound for Boston, Lincolnshire, UK, but suffered engine failure (reportedly fuel pump breakdown) some 80 nm north of Ferrol at around 0900 UTC. The ship was towed back to Ferrol,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Nov-2022



Pilot fell into water in Keelung Port, Taiwan
Pilot ladder broke when pilot was boarding general cargo ship CREST CRANE at night Nov 5 at Keelung Port, Taiwan, to take the ship out. Pilot fell into water but luckily, was quickly rescued by pilot boat and transferred to hospital, he’s safe... -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Nov-2022


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