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ASEAN, India vow to strengthen maritime security in Indo-Pacific
During the visit, Hourn had extensive talks with External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and discussed the steps to implement the Plan of Action to implement the ASEAN-India Partnership for Peace, Progress, and Shared Prosperity. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and India have pledged to strengthen their maritime security and cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region... -ThePrint

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Houthi Rebels Declare Success in Blocking Israel-Bound Traffic
Yemen's Houthi rebels believe that they are achieving results in their campaign of attacks on shipping in the Red Sea. Israel-bound traffic through the waterway has tailed off, the group claimed, along with a large share of all other maritime commerce. "The Americans and the British failed to secure the passage of any ship heading to Israel... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Ammonia as a fuel falls short of being environmentally friendly
Ammonia is being considered as a sustainable marine fuel alternative to fossil fuels due to its higher energy density than hydrogen. However, research from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden found that the use of ammonia could create new environmental problems, including eutrophication, acidification, and emissions of laughing gas... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



US Spends $7 Million a Year to Maintain Seized Russian Yacht
The U.S. government is spending over $7 million a year maintaining a superyacht seized from a Russian oligarch and is urging a judge to auction it off before ownership disputes are resolved. The 348-foot Amadeus was confiscated in Fiji in May 2022 on a U.S. arrest warrant alleging it belonged to Suleiman Kerimov, who was sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Share the gains of Red Sea disruption with seafarers
As shipping company earnings benefit from disruption in the Red Sea the Singapore Maritime Officers Union (SMOU) has called on companies to remember seafarers when it comes to bonuses. SMOU General Secretary Mary Liew, said, “The maritime industry is going through challenging times with ups and downs due to the 3Ws namely hot war, trade war and tech wars... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



How a piracy attack led a Sailor to work for other seafarers
Two weeks ago, as Chirag Bahri talked to the crew members of a ship that had been boarded by pirates off the Gulf of Aden, the first thing he asked them was how they coped in those excruciating few hours as they sat huddled in the citadel of the ship, while armed pirates outside were trying desperately to get in... -The Indian Express

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



India: NSBP Becomes the First FTWZ to Achieve IGBC Platinum Certification
DP World's Nhava Sheva Business Park (NSBP) achieves Platinum certification from The Indian Green Building Council, setting a benchmark for sustainable design, operations, and construction. Noteworthy sustainable features include a 1.5MW Solar PV system, 100% electric material handling vehicles, and a 38.9% reduction in water usage... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Recent Ship Attacks Lead Star Bulk to Steer Clear of the Red Sea
Greece-based Star Bulk will suspend sailings through the Red Sea after Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis attacked two of its ships. The CEO stated that they will no longer pass through the Suez Canal due to being a target of the Houthis. The attacks have also led to increased insurance premiums for war risks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



UK Convicts MSC Ship Captain for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
Zbigniew Chowaniec, a Polish ship captain, was given a suspended prison sentence and fine in the UK for operating his ship under the influence of alcohol. Arrested in Felixstowe, his alcohol level was well above the legal limit. Despite regret, he received a suspended sentence and fine, with a warning for future offenses... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Port of Melbourne tours to support seafarers
THE PORT of Melbourne’s public boat tours are back with all proceeds going to support the thousands of courageous and resilient seafarers who work tirelessly to make sure goods are delivered. Tours will be run on 16 and 17 March, with all proceeds donated to Mission to Seafarers Victoria and Stella Maris Seafarer Centre... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Kerala mulls coastal shipping project to link smaller ports with Kochi
A Mumbai-based shipping company is interested in acquiring two ships for coastal shipping services as part of a plan to divert containerized cargo movement from roads to waterways. The state government is considering an incentive policy to promote coastal shipping. The company also proposed a 50% fuel subsidy until the project breaks even... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



New proactive healthcare program for seafarers launched by VIKAND
VIKAND has launched a proactive 24/7 healthcare program to help safeguard seafarers and protect the commercial viability of the shipping industry. Launched at the US Embassy in London, the program aims to improve the approach to seafarer well-being and reduce healthcare costs in the long term... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Europe agrees on improved protocols for investigating maritime accidents
The Council presidency and European Parliament negotiators have reached a provisional agreement to revise the 2009 directive on the investigation of accidents in the maritime transport sector. The proposed legislation is part of the broader ‘maritime safety’ legislative package, aiming to streamline accident investigations and improve safety standards, particularly for smaller fishing vessels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



More Problems Identified Aboard Canada's Ice-Class Patrol Vessels
Canada's National Shipbuilding Strategy has come in for considerable criticism over the years for spiraling costs, as is common for initiatives of its kind. But it also faces scrutiny over vessel quality, like excess lead in the drinking water systems of the NSS' Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Cargo Ship with Lithium-Ion Battery Fire Sails After Securing Cargo
Nearly eight weeks after first reporting a cargo fire aboard, the Genius Star XI (13,663 dwt) has finally resumed its voyage after securing its cargo and completing a Port state inspection. The U.S. Coast Guard reports the vessel was given clearance to depart Alaska and is now underway to its original destination in San Diego, California... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Sharjah Maritime Transport Academy Unveils New Marine Simulator Complex
His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi inaugurated the Marine Simulator Complex at the Sharjah Maritime Transport Academy, marking a new era in maritime education. The complex boasts cutting-edge facilities including a virtual engine room simulator, integrated wheelhouse simulator, and command center simulator, providing students with invaluable hands-on experience... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024



Fatal Accident Halts Work at HD Hyundai Shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea
Work was suspended at HD Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Ulsan shipyard after a fatal accident killed one person and left another seriously injured. The accident occurred during a lift and repositioning of a 9,000-ton block for an offshore crude oil production platform. South Korean officials imposed a stop work order and launched an investigation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:15-Feb-2024


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