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Families of Indian sailors held in Nigeria seek early trial
External affairs minister S. Jaishankar told Lok Sabha Monday that sailors are getting legal & consular support. Families welcome remarks but want govt to help speed up proceedings... -ThePrint

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



What is India's anti-maritime piracy bill all about?
Both the houses of Parliament have passed the landmark anti-maritime piracy bill. For the first time, India will have a domestic maritime piracy law that seeks to safeguard maritime assets on the high seas. A brief look at what the bill entails... -Mint

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Virtual reality enhances seafarer training
The Cypriot company, operating under the Prevention at Sea group, has introduced methods to improve training using simulated scenarios to reduce accident risks. It blends VR technology, scientific knowledge from psychology, and uses neuroscience to profile seafarers and improve their capabilities through training sessions... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Denmark lauds Marcos assurance of maritime rules compliance
THE government of Denmark on Thursday lauded the assurance of President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. that the Philippines will comply with the standards set by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) for Filipino seafarers... -The Manila Times

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



MOL Honors Officers and Engineers at 'MOL Presidential Awards 2022'
MOL President & CEO Takeshi Hashimoto today announced that the company held a presentation ceremony at its headquarters on December 8 for the "MOL Presidential Award to Officers and Engineers 2022." The awards are intended to honor the ongoing safety-related contributions of MOL Group officers and engineers and recognize their key roles,.. -MOL

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Using batteries onboard: A new era emerges
Battery power is an increasingly popular option for the transportation sector, with electric cars already commonly seen on the roads. The marine industry has also begun incorporating batteries onboard ships in a bid to limit greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and advance the energy transition... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



How Reusable Bottles Can Reduce Marine Pollution in the Maritime Industry
Plastic is made from carbon fuels, the process of which largely relies on processes which produce excess greenhouse gas emissions. The process of making plastic is also resource intensive – a single one-litre plastic water bottle uses more than eight litres of water to produce... -Universe News Network

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



The Burden on ships and crew of a world in turmoil -will it ever change?
When you are enjoying the holiday season with your family spare a thought for those at sea. We are all well aware that the sea is unpredictable and that seafaring can be a dangerous and stressful occupation. There are some things such as bad weather or sea conditions that are difficult to avoid... -GARD

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Electrification and maritime decarbonization: Key barriers and drivers
Shore power can support industry’s journey towards decarbonization and is considered as a long-term solution due to the dual role it can play in charging battery-powered short-sea shipping. Furthermore, port electrification can contribute to a substantial and quick cut in local air pollution and noise, alongside lowering greenhouse gas emissions... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Turks and Caicos Islands: Merchant shipping bill passed -To improve safety at sea and protect marine life
The safety of life at sea and the protection of the marine environment as well as compliance with local and international maritime laws are the linchpins of the recently passed Merchant Shipping Bill 2022... -Turks and Caicos Weekly News

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Livestock carrier to be auctioned, but stranded crew have yet to receive wages
ITF reports that a Liberian-flagged livestock carrier, the Yangtze Fortune, has been arrested in Portland, Victoria, Australia, by the Australian Federal Court. In the meantime, AMSA and the ITF are working with the Admiralty Marshal to support the crew after the ship’s owner failed to pay their wages or meet its obligations under international maritime law... -Marine Log

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Ship Emissions Can Be Reduced By 97.5% If We Switch To Electric Vessels
A study published by The Royal Institute of Technology based in Stockholm states that emissions from vessels could be lowered by about 97.5% by shifting from diesel vessels to a new electric hydrofoil model that will soon be launched in Stockholm in 2023. The Region of Stockholm will witness a sea trial for the longest-range and fastest electric ferry to date,.. -Marine Insight

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Norwegian tanker disabled in Russian waters, anchored
Tanker ISFJORD got her propeller entangled in net in Barents sea in Russian waters, in the morning Dec 21, and had to anchor. Tanker is awaiting divers, to clear propeller of nets. She’s deployed in bunkering fishing vessels... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



German heavy lift ship aground at Panama Canal entrance
General cargo ship EMMA OLDENDORFF ran aground at Panama Canal entrance, Pacific side, at 0540 LT (UTC -5) Dec 22. The ship is in load, bound for Corpus Christi USA. As of 1155 LT, was still aground, Panama Canal transits and traffic not affected... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Dec-2022



Container ship lost 10 containers in South China sea
Container ship PACIFIC EXPRESS lost 10 containers overboard in stormy weather on Dec 17, off Quang Nam Province coast, central Vietnam, South China sea, while en route from Ho Chi Mingh to Hai Phong. 3 containers were found recently by locals, washed on the beach, broken... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Dec-2022


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