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India boosts coastal security with high-speed interceptor vessels
By 2030, the Indian Navy is expected to be equipped with a total of 120 Fast Interceptor Craft (FIC-1), which will enable it to increase its patrols of vital coastlines along major metropolitan areas such as Mumbai and Chennai. Both of which were targeted by terrorists during the 26/11 attacks in 2008 when they arrived in the country via the sea route... -The Financial Express

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Ship Insurers to Cancel War Cover for Russia, Ukraine from January 1
Ship insurers said they are cancelling war risk cover across Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, following an exit from the region by reinsurers in the face of steep losses... -gCaptain

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Denmark reaffirms support for PH efforts on intl maritime compliance
THE Danish government has reaffirmed its support for the Philippine maritime industry's efforts to comply with international maritime standards as set by the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) Convention. In a Facebook post, Danish Ambassador Franz-Michael Mellbin said Denmark is happy with Filipino maritime professionals... -The Manila Times

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Maritime safety information approved over Iridium and Inmarsat GMDSS
Maritime Safety Information (MSI) can be distributed to ships over two Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) terminals following approval from the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA)... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Industry voices: Wishes for 2023
As we are counting down the days for 2023, it is a great opportunity to take the time to reflect on the past and move forward with renewed intentions for the year ahead. For that matter, Safety4Sea invited industry voices, including Standard Club's Loss Prevention team members,.. -The Standard Club

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Year in Review: Maritime Photos of 2022
With 2022 coming to a close, here’s a look back at some of the biggest maritime stories of the year through pictures... -gCaptain

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



AMSA: Industry needs to revisit current crewing strategies and start treating seafarers decently
AMSA ‘s CEO, Mick Kinley urges for radical changes in the maritime industry with a focus on safe workplaces, decent working & living conditions and closing the gap in reported fatality data. In that regard, Australia has recently been successful in a bid to change the Maritime Labour Convention to make reporting of fatalities at sea mandatory through ILO... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Key steps in case of crew abandonment
A recent joint ILO/IMO meeting that took place in December and discussed the issue of seafarers’ abandonment, adopted guidelines to address the significant rise in such cases, referring to the general procedure and key steps for all parties concerned... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



20-year mystery on the sea solved
Shipping on the seas has long played an essential role in the supply chain industry — but also a dangerous one. This past year, many significant accidents occurred throughout ocean travel, with one of the most notable being the fire of the automobile carrier Felicity Ace... -FreightWaves

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Kenya: State plans to create 40,000 maritime jobs by 2025
The government plans to work with established international shipping companies as well as all players in the maritime industry to create at least 40,000 jobs by 2025, a State official has said... -The Standard

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Port of Long Beach Ending COVID-19 Vaccination Program for Seafarers
The Port of Long Beach said it is ending its COVID-19 vaccination program for seafarers working on ships calling in the San Pedro Bay after providing nearly 12,000 shots. The program has been operated since Spring 2021 by the Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with the Port and the National Guard... -gCaptain

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Hydrogen technology is key to decarbonizing the maritime industry
Decreasing the emission of such a complex industry is no easy task. In order to reach greenhouse gas reduction targets set by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), many experts agree that a multi-faceted approach is required, including renewable energies like wind and solar, leveraging hydrogen technology, as well as developing new technologies... -Green Hydrogen Report

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Key trends shaping the maritime trade in a rapidly changing and unpredictable world
According to UNCTAD’s Review of Maritime Transport 2022 , the maritime transport and trade systems are evolving in complex global economic environment and being buffeted by cascading disruptions. But they are also being reshaped by other global factors that can trigger structural shifts... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



NTSB: PLBs improve the chance of rescue at sea
In the latest NTSB Safety Compass Blog, Morgan Turrell, director of the Office of Marine Safety, at the National Transportation Board, makes a plea for maritime operators to make it their new year’s resolution to invest in their crews’ safety by providing them with personal locator beacons (PLBs)... -Marine Log

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Proman: Industry needs to accelerate the switch to cleaner fuels
In an exclusive interview to SAFETY4SEA, Anita Gajadhar, Proman’s Managing Director Marketing, Logistics and Shipping urges for a level playing field for alternative fuels through global alignment of regulations and incentives... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Euronav signs agreement to support Panamian Seafarers
Euronav Ship Management (Hellas) Ltd. and the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA) have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the aim to open up opportunities for Panamanian seafarers on board Euronav vessels... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Amidst COVID Surge, China Reopens Shore Access for Seafarers
Amidst a growing surge of COVID-19 cases, China is preparing to reopen its ports of entry to foreign travelers - including seafarers - without any quarantine period or testing on arrival. The new policy will take effect on January 8... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Containership Towed to Safety in English Channel
The Liberian-flagged containership HSL Nike has been towed to safety after losing power in the English Channel. French authorities report the ship was en route to Rotterdam when its main engine shut down while west of Cape Gris-Nez in France on December 26... -gCaptain

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Cargo ship grounding and AIS/GPS glitches
General cargo ship DOLPHIN 15 was reported by Armed Forces of Philippines Command to run aground on Balabac island SW coast, Palawan Province, Philippines, at night Dec 26. The ship according to report, was on her way to Vietnam and anchored off Balabac southwest coast as early as Dec 21, to wait out rough weather in South China sea... -FleetMon

Posted On:29-Dec-2022



Chinese freighter disabled maneuvering in Korean port
General cargo ship HONG HE XING suffered engine failure on Dec 27 in Hwasun port, Jeju island, Korea, while maneuvering to berth. The ship was stopped short of breakwater by joint efforts of rescua boats and tug or tugs, and towed to berth... -FleetMon

Posted On:29-Dec-2022


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