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Panama Issues Over 255,000 Electronic Certificates to Seafarers
The Panama Maritime Authority (PMA) has issued 255 thousand 714 electronic certificates since the end of December, 2020, until November 30, 2021, demonstrating the great acceptance of their product by the clients. These documents include: Transitory Certificates, certificate of course endorsement, proficiency certificates and endorsement of proficiency certificates,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Omicron VS the seafarer
2019 December sounds so long ago! Yes, that was the time we heard about the COVID virus, and which many of us naively believed to be a hype by the media, and the ensuing impact it was having on the general populace in the world, as well as travel between countries.
For India, the real coming to terms was when the nation-wide lockdown was announced on 24th March 2020, and the resultant disarray to our seemingly organized lives... -Aajkaal News

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Looking Back, Looking Forward
As we turn the page on 2021, it is apparent that our biggest challenges — the supply chain and the Covid-19 pandemic — will remain with us for some time. Soundings Trade Only spoke with numerous industry experts for our Outlook 2022 issue, and we found a great deal of discussion about how to recognize complex marketplace problems, adapt with strong teams and succeed... -Trade Only Today

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



One Crew Member Killed, Six Kidnapped in New Gulf of Guinea Incident
As if to prove that the scourge of piracy is far from over despite the reports of the significant decrease in the Gulf of Guinea region, a new attack occurred overnight. It appears that one crew member was killed during the attack and as many as six others have been kidnapped from what may have been an opportunistic target... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Germany Aims to Accelerate Development of Offshore Wind Farms
The German government is taking the first steps designed to support a large expansion of the country’s offshore wind power generation. The efforts are supported by the new coalition government that came to power at the beginning of December 2021, with the planning authorities moving forward rapidly to re-accelerate the expansion of offshore renewable energy after years of delays... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



U.S. ships, global task force bust $4 million worth of heroin in Arabian Sea
An international maritime task force has intercepted roughly $4 million worth of heroin in the Arabian Sea, authorities said on Thursday -- adding to the nearly $200 million in seizures that have been made worldwide in 2021. Officials said the bust netted about 850 pounds of heroin that were stashed aboard a flagless vessel and transferred to the USS Tempest and USS Typhoon... -UPI News

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



2021 Was a Historic Low Point for Piracy, But Many Threats Remain
Global piracy in 2021 is at its lowest level since 1994. Moreover, this level is achieved with the inclusion of many incidents that do not meet the UNCLOS definition of maritime piracy, especially when considering the location of events. For example, 90 incidents of piracy were reported in Asia. In fact, all of these incidents occurred within 6 nautical miles of the coast (nearly half of them at anchor)... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Maritime sector gets extended support amid prevailing travel restrictions, border control measures
The maritime sector will continue to receive Covid-19 support, with relief measures that were set to expire this month extended until June next year. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said the latest extension of the MaritimeSG Together Package will provide continued support for the regional ferry services sector and Singaporean seafarers who remain affected by prevailing travel restrictions and border control measures.... -straitstimes.com

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Bringing resilience back to the maritime supply chain
Digital port calls could be the first step in containing congestion, as well as offering a dramatic reduction in fuel consumption and emissions. Growing consumer demand is normally welcomed by container ship owners, equating to more demand for their services. But over the past few months, port throughput has struggled to match surges in export orders globally... -wartsila.com

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



2022 & Beyond: Will the Container Carrier Debacle Ever End?
When the global supply chain runs smoothly, it’s like a well-choreographed dance. Everything comes together elegantly and effortlessly. But when someone misses a step, the show can quickly turn into a disaster. And that’s what’s currently unfolding before our eyes, headline after headline... -MarineLink

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Singapore: MPA extends MaritimeSG Together Package for another six months
he Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) will extend support measures under the MaritimeSG Together Package for another six months, from 1 January to 30 June 2022. First introduced in May 2020, this latest extension of the MaritimeSG Together Package is intended to provide continued support for the regional ferry services sector and Singaporean seafarers who remain affected by prevailing travel restrictions and border control measures... -Manifold Times

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Tug and towage trends in 2022
Top of the agenda for the tug operating and towage industry is tackling the rising challenge of cutting emissions, with owners coming under increasing pressure from authorities and port operators to reduce emissions without affecting safety and performance. Early adopters see this as an opportunity to invest in low-emissions tugs to gain further business from environmentally conscientious shipowners... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



US CDC warns against cruise ship travel regardless of vaccination status
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new advisory Thursday that travelers should avoid traveling by cruise ship, regardless of vaccination status, after a recent surge in positive COVID-19 cases onboard ships. The agency increased its travel warning for cruises to Level 4 — the highest level — following investigations of dozens of ships that have had outbreaks of the virus... -NPR

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Ferry with some 350 passengers aground on uninhabited island
Passenger ro-ro ferry AMADEA ran aground on a coast of uninhabited island Kandang Lunik, Sunda Strait, Indonesia, at around 2210 WIB (UTC +7) Dec 29, shortly after leaving Bakauheni port, eastern Sumatra, with 342 passengers and 97 cars on board. Ferry is serving Bakauheni Sumatra – Merak Java line. Strong wind reported as a cause... -Fleetmon

Posted On:31-Dec-2021



Cargo ship disabled near Maiden’s Tower, Bosphorus
General cargo ship BARLAS suffered engine failure at around 1630 UTC Dec 29 near Maiden’s Tower, southern Bosphorus Strait, shortly after she started Bosphorus transit, bound for Constanta Romania. The ship understood to emergency anchor, but in less than an hour she was already under control of Traffic Control tugs... -Fleetmon

Posted On:31-Dec-2021