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India: Parliament passes anti-piracy bill to ensure maritime security
Parliament on Wednesday passed a bill which provides for prevention of maritime piracy and stringent punishment to those convicted of such crimes... -ThePrint

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Shippers Attack BIMCO's CII Approach in Struggle for Decarbonization
The shipping industry continues to struggle with the best approach for incorporating the IMO’s new initiatives for efficiency and carbon indexing ratings for ships and where the responsibilities lie for the new rules. Individual shipping companies have criticized the IMO’s new Carbon Intensity Index (CII) while shipping associations have also called for changes... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



IMO to tighten procedures against seafarer abandonment
New guidelines are underway to streamline efforts in assistance of abandoned seafarers, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) said late on Tuesday. The measures agreed in a joint working group by the IMO and the International Labour Organization (ILO) are aimed at tightening policies that already exist but seem to have been insufficiently enforced so far... -TradeWinds

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Crew Welfare Imperatives Call For High-Quality Onboard Connectivity
Reliable, high-speed onboard connectivity is integral to crew welfare and helps vessel operators to attract and retain the best talent. Even before the Covid-19 pandemic and its well-documented impact on seafarer welfare, the provision of onboard crew connectivity was becoming a priority for shipping companies worldwide... -gCaptain

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



OrbitMI unveils real-time weather routeing system
New York-based OrbitMI Inc has officially launched a cloud-based weather routeing system for real-time and responsive voyage optimisation. Working with weather data provider, DTN, the software company’s Orbit Weather+ enables ship personnel, shore-based managers and charterers to share real-time data for the most cost-, time-, or carbon-effective transits... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



2022 - The year in review
As 2022 draws to a close we are taking a look back at some of the biggest stories that have been covered on Seatrade Maritime News over the last 12 months. As many of the top stories in 2022 developed across a period of months, if not the entire year, we have chosen six major themes and what has happened across the course of year... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



IMO adopts amendments to make Garbage Record Book mandatory for smaller vessels
Last IMO Committee, MEPC 79, took place from 12-16 December 2022 adopting amendments to MARPOL Annex V to make the Garbage Record Book mandatory also for ships of 100 gross tonnage and above and less than 400 gross tonnage, among others issues... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Piriou Group to Build "Polar Pod" Manned Research Buoy
The ambitious "Polar Pod" research project is moving forward with the launch of construction at shipbuilder Piriou Group, with support from a wide range of French scientific and engineering organizations... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Smooth sailing: With piracy threat checked, Indian Ocean safe for trade vessels
Seafarers can breathe easy. Dreaded pirate attacks on the Gulf of Aden, the Somalian coast and Omani coast have been checked and ships can now sail smoothly through the Indian Ocean. From January 1, 2023, the High Risk Area (HRA) warning on the Ocean has been removed... -BusinessLine

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Royal Caribbean Cruise Vessel Saves 22 Cubans Floating On A Raft
The Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas cruise vessel has saved almost two dozen people found floating on a raft between Cuba and Key West. The rescue of the 22 individuals – identified as Cubans – took place on Thursday as the vessel was trying to stop in the Bahamas... -Marine Insight

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



US, Benin join forces to combat piracy in Gulf of Guinea
Piracy is a serious concern in the Gulf of Guinea along the southern coast of Western Africa and the United States is working with Beninese officials to increase their capacity to combat international piracy within their territorial waters there, US Army informed... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Dozens of Ships Stuck Off Iran as Payment Snags Bite - Sources
Dozens of merchant ships with grains and sugar are stuck outside Iranian ports after weeks of delays as payments snags disrupt flows of goods into the country, according to trade sources and shipping data... -gCaptain

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Nigeria: Maritime Employees Threaten Shutting Ports Over IOCs Denial To Employ Dockworkers
The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has reportedly called on the Federal Government to compel International Oil Companies (IOCs) functioning in the country to obey the Marine Notice 106 of 2014 and permit stevedoring firms to deploy dockworkers into platforms to keep away industrial unrest... -Marine Insight

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Milestone for Armach's in-water hull service robot
U.S.-based ship husbandry firm Armach Robotics has achieved a critical milestone during a demonstration of the in-water hull service robot (HSR). Armach is currently in the ‘build it prove it phase’ that will allow it to build, develop and iterate the robotics platforms and prove that the technology and model work in the real world... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



How to avoid false distress alerts
False distress alerts activated from VHF DSC, MF/HF DSC, recognized ship earth station (SES) and EPIRBs may impose a considerable and unnecessary burden on Rescue Coordination Centers (RCCs) and on national exchequer by engaging search and rescue (SAR) authorities for carrying out SAR operation,.. -Safety4Sea

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Japanese Fishing Vessel Sinks After Collision With Container Ship
On Wednesday, a Japanese cargo ship struck and sank a fishing vessel in the Seto Inland Sea, on the approaches to Osaka. The Imoto Lines container feeder Tamon, a 1,500 dwt vessel with a capacity of about 100 TEU, was under way on a voyage from the small port of Ube to the port of Kobe... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Salvage Continues for Grounded Fishing Vessel on Santa Cruz Island
Salvage crews are making progress on the salvage of the grounded fishing vessel Speranza Marie on Southern California’s Santa Cruz Island—the largest of the Channel Islands. The 60-foot F/V Speranza Marie was carrying roughly 1,000 gallons of diesel when it grounded in National Park Service waters in Chinese Harbor, on the northern side of the island,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



Captain Presumed Dead After Cargo Ship Burns off Turkey
Turkish authorities and a local fishing boat responded to reports of a dry cargo ship on fire approximately five miles off the coast of Turkey. The crewmembers were rescued with several taken to a local hospital while the captain of the vessel, an Egyptian, is reported missing and believed to have either died in the fire or possibly drowned after jumping from his burning vessel... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



MSC container ship crew died in accident on board
Crew member of container ship MSC RESILIENT III died on board, understood in an accident, in the morning Dec 21 at Bluff, South Island, New Zealand. Cargo operations were already completed and dockers left the ship, reportedly ship’s cranes were moved when accident happened... -FleetMon

Posted On:22-Dec-2022



General cargo ship capsized, sank in Yellow sea
General cargo ship HYUNDAI FASHION sank in Yellow sea at around 0900 Seoul time Dec 21, due west of Gunsan, Korea. All 9 crew rescued by nearby fishing and cargo vessels, and later picked up by Korean CG. The ship was en route from Pyengtaek Korea Yellow sea, to Masan Korea, Japan sea. Reportedly the ship developed heavy portside list, understood capsized, cause unknown... -FleetMon

Posted On:22-Dec-2022


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