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IMO HTW 10 advances training provisions for alternative fuels
According to DNV, the 10th session of the IMO’s Sub-Committee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping (HTW 10) initiated a comprehensive revision of the STCW Convention and Code to address experiences, emerging challenges, and technological advancements. The session also agreed to establish a new module in the IMO’s online information database for a trial period... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Houthis Attack Star Bulk Ship Bound for Iran
Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis attacked a cargo ship in the Red Sea carrying corn to Iran. The ship, Star iris, was targeted by the Houthis in solidarity with the Palestinians. The attack intended to show independence from Iran. Several companies have halted trips to the Red Sea in response to previous attacks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



TUC calls for seafarers to be protected in Red Sea crisis
The UK Trades Union Congress (TUC) has called for maritime employers to ensure the safety and welfare of seafarers is respected during the current crisis in the Red Sea. In a letter to the UK government regarding the current war in Palestine, the TUC urged ministers to help bring about an end to escalating violence and support a just peace,.. -Nautilus International

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Maersk Captain Delivers Weather Seminar While Under Way
On February 1, MITAGS instructor and professional mariner Captain Rich Madden delivered a live seminar for U.S. National Weather Service forecasters from the container ship Maersk Columbus, which was transiting off the coast of West Africa. It may be among the first educational seminars delivered remotely from a merchant ship under way... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Crew Behavior Modifications Lead to Fuel Savings for Ridgebury
A new behavior-focused sustainable shipping trial has shown that informed decisions can help ships’ crews make fuel-saving decisions 21% more often. Ridgebury Tankers carried out a six-month trial in cooperation with behavior change startup Signol, achieving significant emissions reductions without requiring hardware retrofits on the vessels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Emerging tech-savvy maritime talent for the future
The pace of maritime digitalisation is unsettling for those on the industry’s frontlines, as new working practices beget new organisational structures and values. The shipping industry can learn from the tech world in talent acquisition, cross-functional collaboration, and innovation, while also maintaining its strategic resilience and authenticity... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Crew Members on Livestock Ship Urged to Identify as Muslims Amid Houthi Threat
Merchant ships in Red Sea are finding creative ways to evade Houthi attacks in Yemen. Livestock transporter, Cattle troop, changed its targeting signal to "all crew Muslims" as it approached the Bab el-Mandeb Strait. This new tactic reflects the impact of the Houthi campaign on global shipping... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Commercial Ship Attacked in Escalating Maritime Conflict Near Red Sea
In a startling turn of events, a commercial ship owned by a NASDAQ-listed company became the latest target in the escalating maritime conflict near the Red Sea. The vessel, en route to Bandar Imam Khomeini, Iran, was reportedly struck by two missiles approximately 40 nautical miles south of Mokha, Yemen's port city... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Trinidad and Tobago Faces Major Crisis Due to Mysterious Oil Spill
Trinidad and Tobago is facing a national emergency with a significant oil spill caused by an unidentified ship that ran aground. Cleanup efforts are being hindered as the leak cannot be stopped. Residents in affected areas are advised to take precautions. The disaster has also impacted the country's tourism industry during Carnival season... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Overcoming Disruptions and Challenges in the Maritime Sector
Marine operations in Germany face disruption as the Kiel Canal's Big Lock at Kiel-Holtenau closes for urgent maintenance from 07:30 hours on 13 February to 17:00 hours on 14 February. With over 30,000 vessels transiting annually, the closure is expected to impact shipping schedules and operations, prompting the industry to adapt and innovate... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Newly Discovered Seamounts Unveiled by Independent Researchers
Scientists aboard the Schmidt Ocean Institute’s (SOI) research vessel Falkor (too) have discovered four underwater mountains off the west coast of South and Central America. Ranging in size from 1,591 to 2,681 meters, these seamounts advance the understanding of the vast water bodies and host deep-sea coral reefs and other organisms... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Greek Troops Board Tanker, Arresting Captain on “Abduction” Charges
A Special Missions Unit of the Greek military boarded a product tanker on Saturday arresting the vessel’s captain and releasing three inspectors who reportedly were aboard the ship against their will. It is the latest in a series of developments for a vessel that ran afoul of regulations in September 2023 being detained in Germany for 83 days with an amazing 42 deficiencies identified... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Former Employee Murders Three Executives at Greek Shipowner’s Office
On Monday, a former employee of European Navigation, a Greek shipping company, entered the company's offices near Athens and opened fire, killing three, including the owner. The perpetrator, an Egyptian national aged 70, had reportedly worked at the company for 36 years and had recently been dismissed... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



How the maritime industry tries to tackle drug smuggling
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) explores in their latest Leadership Insights newsletter story, how the maritime industry takes action against drug smuggling onboard. As ICS notes, global drug activity has increased by an estimated 23% between 2011 and 2021, with some 296 million users worldwide, per United Nations Organization on Drugs and Crime... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Cargo Ship Runs Aground at Silloth, UK
The cargo ship “ZAPADNYY” has run aground at the mouth of Cumbrian Harbor in SILLOTH, UK. This is the second time the ship has run aground in SILLOTH, the last time being in 2016. The incident occurred on Saturday, February 10th, at around 12:00 GMT when the ship, having arrived from Bremen in Germany, was headed to SILLOTH in Cumbria... -FleetMon

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Ro-Ro Vessel Runs Aground, Passengers Safely Evacuated
A ro-ro vessel named “MV REINA HOSANNA” ran aground in the waters off of Capul, Northern Samar, on Sunday, February 11th, after 71 people on board were rescued by the Philippine Coast Guard. The incident happened from around 8 to 9 p.m. on the night of February 11th. The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) stated that the MV REINA HOSANNA had left Mattnog,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:13-Feb-2024



Sailor Experiencing a Stroke Evacuated From Containership
A sailor experiencing a stroke aboard the container ship "ANTWERPEN EXPRESS" was evacuated by the U.S. Coast Guard near Guam. The sailor is now reported to be in a stable condition. The incident occurred on Tuesday when the Coast Guard coordination unit in Guam was notified of a medical emergency aboard the Hapag Lloyd boxship ANTWERPEN EXPRESS... -FleetMon

Posted On:13-Feb-2024


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