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India Re-elected to International Maritime Organisation Council with the Highest Number of Votes
India received the highest number of votes in the category of ten states with the largest interest in international seaborne trade at the 2024-2025 International Maritime Organisation Council Elections in London. Out of 167 votes, India received 157, marking a significant increase from the 133 votes it received last time... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Philippine President Prioritizes Seafarers, Misses COP28 Summit
Philippine President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. did not attend COP28 in Dubai, choosing instead to address a hostage crisis involving 17 Filipino sailors. He held a meeting to organize a high-level delegation to Tehran, Iran, in order to provide assistance to the sailors. The hostages were taken by Houthi rebels in Yemen in retaliation for the Israeli offensive in Gaza... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Crew Change at Vizhinjam awaits Kerala High Court Decision
The fate of resuming the crew change at the outer anchorage of Vizhinjam port now depends on the decision of the Kerala High Court, as the Vizhinjam Steamer Agents Association has sought an early direction for resuming the service. The association approached the court due to the delay in resuming the service, despite the port recently receiving the ISPS Code... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Shipping Industry CEOs Unite to Speed Up Decarbonization
CEOs from major shipping companies are convinced that transitioning from fossil fuels to green fuels at a large scale and pace is the only realistic way to achieve the International Maritime Organization’s targets for greenhouse gas emissions reduction by 2030 and 2040, as well as achieving net zero emissions by 2050... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Maersk Resolves Lawsuit Related to Ever Given
Maersk Group has reached an out-of-court settlement in a lawsuit over the grounding of the Ever Given, the massive boxship that shut down the Suez Canal for six days in 2021. The lawsuit, filed in Denmark, sought damages of about $45 million, and has now been resolved. The Ever Given went aground in the Suez Canal on March 23, 2021, blocking the waterway to all marine traffic... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Russia Excluded from IMO Council
Russia has been excluded from the key body of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) as a result of the negative reaction to its invasion of Ukraine, according to Seafarers Journal. The decision was made during the 33rd session of the IMO Assembly in London, where Russia lost its place in the IMO Council, which it had held since 1960... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Former Deckhand Turns Superyacht Owner: AK Royalty’s Luxurious 24-Karat-Gold Refit
Aaron Fidler, a former deckhand turned superyacht owner, has refitted his 136-foot Palmer Johnson yacht, AK Royalty, entirely in 24-karat-gold dust. Fidler’s goal was to have a fast, sporty luxury yacht that would turn heads, with a gold exterior, DJ booth, Fendi-inspired interior, and a top speed of 38 mph... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Container shipping companies may experience significant losses in 2024
The Xeneta Shipping Index (XSI) dropped by 4.7% in October, reaching 158.5 points, a significant decrease from the previous year. Shippers are showing less interest in signing long-term contracts for 2023, preferring shorter-term options. Looking ahead to 2024, analysts predict that ocean carriers could face even tougher times, with the potential for significant financial losses... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



New Senior Officers Elected by the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers
Punit Oza was elected as one of the three new senior officers at the ICS annual Controlling Council meeting in Athens. Luis Bernat, Chartering Manager with TSL Shipping, was elected Chairman, and Krishnan Subramanian, Strategic Advisor to Transworld Group, was elected Vice Chairman... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Error in Maintenance Causes Chemical Tanker’s Engine Room Incident
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has determined that a maintenance error caused an engine room fire aboard the Endo Breeze, resulting in $1.2 million in damages. The incident took place on April 29, 2022, as the ship was traveling through the Raritan Bay West Reach channel near Staten Island, New York... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



MARINA to Introduce Maritime Transport Information System in the First Quarter of 2024
The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) is set to launch the Maritime Transportation Information System (MARIS) in the first quarter of 2024 as part of the agency’s digital transformation plan. This system aims to revolutionize the shipping industry in the Philippines by providing a data-based approach to enhance efficiency and transparency... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Neglecting Maintenance Procedures Led to $1.2M in Fire Damage
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued a report indicating that a maintenance error likely caused a fire on a product tanker, resulting in $1.2 million in damage and disabling the vessel. The incident occurred in April 2022 while the tanker was maneuvering within a shipping channel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Container shipping companies may experience significant losses in 2024
The Xeneta Shipping Index (XSI) dropped by 4.7% in October, reaching 158.5 points, a significant decrease from the previous year. Shippers are showing less interest in signing long-term contracts for 2023, preferring shorter-term options. Looking ahead to 2024, analysts predict that ocean carriers could face even tougher times, with the potential for significant financial losses... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Singapore Re-elected to International Maritime Organisation Council
Singapore has been re-elected to the council of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) for a 16th consecutive term. The assembly was held in London, UK, and was attended by Senior Minister of State for Transport and Environment Amy Khor and officials from the Ministry of Transport and Maritime and Port Authority... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



UNHCR urges regional action to address dangerous sea crossings
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, has issued an urgent appeal to countries in the region, especially those near the Andaman Sea, to deploy their search and rescue capabilities to aid Rohingya refugees in distress. Since 2022, over 570 people, including Rohingya refugees, have been reported dead or missing at sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Ocean carriers increase shipping capacity for Indian trades as economy expands
India-US trade is expected to experience a boost as carriers anticipate diversifying supply chain patterns in the Asian region. Singapore-based Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced a new solo connection between West India and US east coast, with the new WIN service starting in May and providing a weekly rotation to several ports, including New York and Savannah... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Major Job Boost for Western Isles as Shipbuilding Returns to Stornoway
The UK’s first all-electric powered workboat will be built in the Western Isles, creating 25 jobs and boosting the local economy. Stornoway Port has reached an agreement with a leading Devon company to build a range of vessels at a new marine engineering facility at Goat Island, bringing shipbuilding back to the Western Isles for the first time in over a century... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



British Maritime Agency Reports Explosion Close to Vital Yemeni Shipping Route
The British maritime agency, United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO), issued a warning about a “potential explosion” in the Bab el-Mandeb Strait off the coast of Yemen. The strait, which connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aden, has seen recent attacks attributed to Yemen’s Iranian-backed Houthi rebels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023



Maersk Resolves Lawsuit Related to Ever Given’s Suez Canal Blockage
Maersk Group has reached an out-of-court settlement in a lawsuit over the grounding of the Ever Given, the massive boxship that shut down the Suez Canal for six days in 2021. The lawsuit, filed in Denmark, sought damages of about $45 million, and has now been resolved. The Ever Given went aground in the Suez Canal on March 23, 2021, blocking the waterway to all marine traffic... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Dec-2023


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