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India: Centre to fund Rs 20 crore for RO-RO jetty in Goa
The Central government’s project to encourage RO-RO and RO-PAX ferry service in the port town of Goa is set to be built at a whopping Rs 21 crore. The passenger jetty at Vasco Bay-Mormugao Port is among 42 places in the coastal states of India selected under the Sagarmala project for development to boost inland tourism... -thegoan.net

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Global shipping leaders bemoan acute seafarer shortage
As if Covid and Ukraine were not bad enough for seafaring, a labour standards brawl may make things even worse. Too many vessels chasing too few seafarers is one of the biggest problems facing the industry today, the heads of four large shipping associations said at a Capital Link conference in Athens... -TradeWinds

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Philippines: Seafarers’ rights bill passes House panel
A BILL establishing the rights of seafarers and a certification system that meets international standards was approved by a House of Representatives committee on Thursday... -BusinessWorld Online

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Maersk to recruit South African cadets for its global fleet
Following an extensive review process, South Africa has been identified as a high potential crew sourcing destination for the A.P. Moller - Maersk (Maersk) fleet, which comprises 280 fully-owned and operated container vessels, employing 12500 seafarers... -Maersk

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Indian Coast Guard holds pollution response activities
The Indian Coast Guard exhibited its pollution response capabilities at sea, on the second day of the Regional Pollution Response Exercise-2023 on Thursday. The exercise was held near the single point mooring (SPM) located off Kochi... -The Hindu

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Maersk Lays Out Integrator Plan
Maersk has said that being a member of a vessel-sharing alliance (VSA) was “not compatible” with its global integrator aspirations. And it sees the break-up of the 2M Alliance as “simply a transition from three to four networks”, as both MSC and Maersk decide to operate standalone services on east-west trades... -gCaptain

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



‘Giving Back’: Senegalese Mercy Ships Volunteers Ready to Meet the Need at Home
For Mercy Ships (www.MercyShips.Africa) volunteer David Bies, the upcoming field service in Senegal of the brand-new Global Mercy® holds special meaning. That’s because for him, this will be a journey home... -African Business

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Philippines: Marcos vows 'ready pool' of high-skilled seafarers for Japan
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Thursday, February 9, promised to “ensure a ready pool” of “highly skilled” Filipino seafarers, in a meeting with Japanese shipowners during an official visit to Japan. Junichiro Ikeda, president of JSA told Marcos and the Philippine delegation that “Filipino seafarers play a big role” in the industry... -Rappler

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Singapore, Vietnam to partner on maritime and port cooperation
The MPA and the Vinamarine signed MoU to enhance maritime and port cooperation between Singapore and Vietnam. The exchange of the MoU was witnessed by Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Vietnam Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at The Istana, in conjunction with Prime Minister Chinh’s visit to Singapore... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Call for 'data democratisation' to improve maritime sustainability
Using data collection and reporting obligations for collaboration could reduce shipping’s environmental impact. French digitalisation firm Opsealog has published a white paper calling for greater data sharing across supply chains to help achieve shipping’s decarbonisation and sustainability ambitions... -Ship Technology

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



NZ: Govt Funding For Reducing Emissions From The Maritime Sector Announced
In order to support decarbonisation of the marine sector, EECA has announced the eighth round of the Government’s Low Emission Transport Fund (LETF) with a first-time focus on commercial maritime projects... -Scoop

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



New partnership to support safety and wellbeing in offshore marine operations
OCIMF announced it has signed an MoU with the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) with the aim to formalize the long-standing relationship between these two organisations and establish the basis for a partnership that will focus on the safety and wellbeing of personnel engaged in offshore marine operations... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Italy: Criminalisation of human rights defenders engaged in sea-rescue missions must end, says UN expert
A UN expert* today condemned the criminalisation and repression of human rights defenders involved in sea-rescue charities in Italy, ahead of the trial of NGO crew members in Sicily... -OHCHR

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Xeneta launches container industry’s 1st emissions ‘heroes and villains’
Global data analytics firm Xeneta has launched a campaign to rank the environmental performance of carriers across the world’s top 13 shipping trades. The firm is using CEI, a tool developed by Xeneta and Marine Benchmark, to evaluate carriers’ emissions levels in the major Far East to South America East Coast container route... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Fire at Iskenderun port under control
The fire that engulfed hundreds of toppled containers at the Iskenderun port in Türkiye, following the massive earthquake that rocked the Hatay province, has been extinguished, according to the country’s defence ministry... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Norway Fines Coastal Cruise Company Havila Over Delayed Operations
The Norwegian Ministry of Transport has fined the coastal cruise company Havila Kystruten $752,000 over delay in starting operations of its third cruise ship and providing coastal service between Bergen and Kirkenes. Havila was scheduled to commence the service of its third vessel, the HAVILA POLARIS, in January of this year... -FleetMon

Posted On:10-Feb-2023



Bunker tanker disabled, adrift off Libyan coast
Bunkering tanker ANGELO 1 on Feb 9 reported disabled and adrift some 100 nm off Libyan coast, probably earlier than Feb 9. Tanker left Valetta, Malta, on Feb 3, anchored off Malta, started sailing on Feb 6 destination Tuzla shipyard. No track, no AIS between Feb 6 and 9, reappeared on Feb 9 NUC, adrift... -FleetMon

Posted On:10-Feb-2023


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