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Governments around the globe spur creation of green corridors
As part of the Green Shipping Challenge, governments around the world are creating green shipping corridors that will help put the shipping sector on a pathway to align with the 1.5-degree goal this decade. Green shipping corridors are specific maritime routes decarbonised from end to end, including both land-side infrastructure and vessels.... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Bali Yatra 2022: Odisha, Indonesia working together to boost maritime trade, cultural ties
The historic Bali Yatra commemorating the rich maritime trade of Odisha kicked off in the Millennium City of Cuttack on Tuesday on the auspicious day of Kartik Purnima. As the week-long fair is dedicated to the centuries-old maritime trade links between India and (Bali) Indonesia,.. -OTV News

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



IMO International Maritime Prize awarded to Professor David Attard
Professor David Attard, former Director of the IMO International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI), has received the prestigious International Maritime Prize for 2021. The prize was presented at the annual IMO Awards Ceremony, held in London on 2 November and streamed online. This was the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic that those attending the Awards were together in-person... -IMO

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



India: Kerala CM seeks Modi’s help to free Indian sailors held hostage in Equatorial Guinea
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s help in facilitating the release of 16 Indian seafarers held hostage in the central African country of Equatorial Guinea. In his letter to the PM, Vijayan said a Norwegian vessel, ‘MV Heroic Idun’, was stopped by a naval ship of Equatorial Guinea in international waters on 12 August... -The Indian Express

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Stakeholders slam ’irresponsible’ news on maritime
STAKEHOLDERS and leaders of the Philippine maritime industry slammed the "irresponsible" publication of local news materials which raised immediate global concerns from foreign shipping employers. The commotion began last November 1 when one of the country’s largest dailies published news that the President has stripped MARINA of its task of overseeing the implementation of STCW for seafarers... -The Manila Times

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Listed Tanker Owners Spreading the Wealth Around
Tanker companies reporting their Q3 2022 results are enjoying vast amounts of wealth and, importantly, they are sharing their bounty with their shareholders. International Seaways (NYSE: INSW), which reported earnings that were slightly below analysts’ over-exuberant (in retrospect) consensus, was not only generating buckets of cash, but also dispersing it to equity holders... -gCaptain

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



India: ’Samudramanthan’ With Focus On Odisha’s Maritime History Takes Off At SOA In Bhubaneswar
A three-day national Dhara event, ‘Samudramanthan’, organised under the aegis of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ in Odisha to focus on the state’s glorious seafaring history and create the Vision Document on maritime traditions-2047, kicked off on Tuesday. The programme, inaugurated at the SOA Deemed to be University in Bhubaneswar, focused on India’s maritime history... -Odisha Bytes

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Satellites are hunting "dark vessels" that evade sanctions at sea
A crude oil tanker called the Symphony 3 made its way up the west coast of Africa in July of this year. It was being watched, and evidence suggests that the crew knew it. The ship’s self-reported location data changed; instead of a range of daily speed between five and eleven knots, it suddenly started reporting unchanging speeds between four and five knots. Something was up... -Quartz

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Liberian Registry Launches Maritime Enhancements
The Liberian Registry has released a series of new laws and procedural improvements. New amendments to the Liberian maritime law will further streamline the mortgage recordation process and continue to make the process user-friendly while reducing costs and maintaining full integrity of the process... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



India to revive ancient stitched ship technology practiced centuries ago- Sanyal
Efforts are on to revive the ancient ‘stitched ship technology’ practised by Indians to build ships centuries ago, Sanjeev Sanyal, author and Member, Economic Advisory Council of the Prime Minister said here on Tuesday. In his keynote address at the event ,‘Samudramanthan’, in Odisha, Sanyal said India was the only country after which an ocean had been named... -United News of India

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



People Float Miniature Boats On Kartik Purnima To Celebrate Odisha’s Maritime History
The boat floating tradition celebrates the ancient maritime history of Kalinga when traders, called ’Sadhabas’, used to embark on voyages to islands in southeast Asia as Java, Sumatra and Bali for business. When the traders went on a voyage, their family members performed ’Boita Bandana’ for their safe return... -Outlook India

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



MPA, LA and Long Beach ports to set up green shipping corridor
MPA, Port of Los Angeles, Port of Long Beach and C40 Cities have begun discussions to establish a green and digital shipping corridor between Singapore and the San Pedro Bay port complex. This collaborative effort supports the Green Shipping Challenge launched during the World Leaders’ Summit at the 27 United Nations COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, this week... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:9-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:9-Nov-2022



Two Disney Cruise Line Ships Cancel Ports Due to Incoming Storm
Two Disney Cruise Line ships have canceled ports of call and adjusted itineraries ahead of Subtropical Storm Nicole, which is forecast to strengthen to a tropical storm and potentially a hurricane in the next day or two. Disney Dream and Disney Wish are both changing course to keep well away from the storm,.. -Cruise Hive

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Panama Makes Progress In The Process Of Recognition
“Currently, 90% of the evidence of the actions carried out has been completed according to the results of the audit report carried out by the EMSA, for which AMP is preparing the second group of evidence for the respective delivery to DG MOVE of E.U.," said the Director of the General Directorate of Seafarers (DGGM),.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Mounting Problems for South Korea’s Shipbuilding Industry
South Korean shipbuilders, which had recently led the industry as their Chinese rivals grappled with COVID-19-related restrictions, are facing growing challenges. The shipyards recently slipped back into second place for new orders and now despite a growing labor shortage, the government refused entry to welders recruited from Vietnam... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Diesel Tankers Are About to Get Biggest Demand Surge Since 1993
Oil tankers hauling fuels like gasoline and diesel are poised for their biggest demand surge in three decades next year, with disruption to Russian oil flows boosting the distances vessels will have to sail. A closely-watched shipping industry gauge known as ton miles will surge by 9.5% in 2023, according to estimates from Clarkson Research Services Ltd... -gCaptain

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Tiffany jewellery boss dies after falling into sea from cruise ship
The wealthy owner of Tiffany’s jewellery in Turkey has died after falling from a cruise ship during a dream holiday. Dilek Ertek, 71, is believed to have died after plunging into South Pacific off the coast of Tahiti from the Norwegian Spirit ship on 26th October... =The Mirror

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



303 Sri Lankans stranded in Vietnamese waters rescued by Japanese ship
More than 300 Sri Lankans were rescued at sea off the Spratly Islands after their fishing vessel was damaged and found adrift. A spokesperson for the Vietnam Maritime Search and Rescue Coordination Center said Tuesday the agency received news that the Myanmar-flagged Lady R3 with 303 Sri Lankans suspected to be headed for Canada was in trouble... -VnExpress International

Posted On:9-Nov-2022



Fishing vessel capsizes in Lagos after colliding with containership
A fishing trawler named OLOKUN XII has capsized on Monday after colliding with a containership, MSC CORUNA, in the Lagos channel. The fishing trawler was being towed by its sister trawler OLOKUN IV in the Lagos channel when it ran into the 5,550 Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit Malta-flagged containership... -Businessday

Posted On:9-Nov-2022


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