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India Debates Specific Law For Maritime Piracy
A bill that seeks to come up with a law to adequately deal with piracy in international waters was reportedly taken up by the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. The Anti-Maritime Piracy Bill desires enactment of domestic and anti-maritime piracy legislation that’s in line with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)... -Marine Insight

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



Turkey Holds Firm on Tanker Insurance Letter Demand
A standoff over sanctions and insurance that has caused a jam of oil tankers at the key Bosphorus shipping strait escalated on Thursday, leaving millions of barrels of crude stuck. Late last month, Turkey insisted on proof that oil-carrying ships are insured after European Union sanctions on Russia came into effect... -gCaptain

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



Rise of the dark fleet risks global shipping’s reputation
The growing size of the so-called dark tanker fleet poses a real threat to the reputation of global shipping, and puts the lives of seafarers at risk as well as the environment, leading shipping figures have warned... -Splash 247

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



MSC Seascape, the largest and greenest ship, named in New York
MSC Cruises, part of Switzerland-based shipping major MSC Group, has held a naming ceremony for MSC Seascape, the largest and most technologically-advanced ship built in Italy. The naming ceremony took place in New York on 7 December. The ship’s arrival in New York marks the end of a 17-day journey from the shipyard where it was built in Italy... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



It’s Time Shipping Companies Leverage Technology to Save Whales
Scientists believe more than 80 whales are killed by ship collisions every year off the United States’ Pacific coast. According to Whale Safe, 2018, 2019, and 2021 were the worst years for collisions in the area. And as vessel traffic and congestion continue to rise, the future does not bode well for the whales... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



LR Certifies First Uncrewed Surface Vessel
LR has awarded its first certification for an Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) to the DriX maritime drone, developed by Exail. The DriX system design was reviewed against the Lloyd’s Register Code for Unmanned Marine Systems. The new certification attests that the surface drone meets critical safety requirements to be operated at sea... -Marine Insight

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



India Working To Secure Release Of 16 Indian Sailors Detained In Eq. Guinea Since August: MEA
According to the charge sheet filed on November 14 by the Nigerian side in the court, three charges have been levelled against the crew members which comprise conspiracy, evasion of lawful interception, and unlawful export of crude oil... -Outlook India

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



First regional workshop on independent evaluation for compliance with STCW held in Jeddah
Independent evaluation is an essential part of the STCW Convention requirements, to ensure countries can be kept in the so called “STCW White List”. A regional workshop on awareness and importance of the independent evaluation has been held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (4-8 December), for participants responsible for STCW Independent Evaluation... -Mirage News

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



Search Underway in Channel Islands After Ro-Ro Sinks Fishing Boat
A large search operation was underway in the waters around Jersey in the Channel Islands Thursday, December 8, after a Ro-Ro cargo ship stuck and sunk a fishing vessel in the area off the coast of France. The Jersey Coastguard later suspended the search for the night and is bringing in a construction vessel working at a nearby offshore wind farm to assist with an underwater survey before resuming their efforts... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



Australia: Two maritime unions call on taskforce to urgently address training
TWO maritime unions are urging the Strategic Fleet Taskforce to address training as an urgent priority, arguing that 60 deck and 60 engineering students should begin training as soon as possible to fill roles in the Strategic Fleet... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



MPA Singapore to conduct more safety checks during Northeast Monsoon season
The Northeast Monsoon has set in and is expected to last till March 2023. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) urges members of the public to exercise care and remain vigilant when at sea, in particular during this period... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



India: Goa Seamen Assn takes up demand of welfare schemes with NUSI, MUI
In meetings held with the National Union Seafarers of India (NUSI) and Maritime Union of India (MUI), the Goa Seamen Association of India (GSAI) appealed to the two important unions to look into the issues faced by the seafarer community in Goa... -Herald Goa

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



Oldendorff blasts CII calling for urgent revision
IMO’s new Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) regulations will not help the environment and may actually lead to higher rather than lower emissions, German dry bulk carrier owner and operator Oldendorff Carriers said. The company released a study that delves into the rating scheme pointing to examples where the application of the CII regulations yields unfavorable results... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



Kenya’s seafarers seek state support to work abroad
The Seafarers Union of Kenya has appealed to the government to support thousands of seafarers who are to be employed in global shipping lines, but are unable to prepare for the journey due to financial constraint. At least 4,500 Kenyans have landed jobs with international shipping lines with some already working abroad and others yet to join... -Kenya News Agency

Posted On:9-Dec-2022



TSAKOS floating dock sank in Montevideo
TSAKOS floating dock (Tsakos Industrias Navales S.A.) at Montevideo sank on Dec 8 2022, with 5 fishing vessels in it. Nobody luckily, was injured... -FleetMon

Posted On:9-Dec-2022


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