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India and UAE sign MoU for NMHC in Lothal, Gujarat
MoU for cooperation for the National Maritime Heritage Complex, Lothal at Gujarat was signed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to United Arab Emirates. The cooperation protocol between the National Archives of the two countries and the MoU for cooperation with National Maritime Heritage Complex at Lothal, Gujarat will help in restoring the centuries old roots of India-UAE relationship... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Europe aligns maritime accident regulations with IMO rules
The European Commission welcomed the parliament's decision to implement the Maritime Safety Package, aimed at reducing maritime accidents and pollution to zero. Transport Commissioner Adina Vălean emphasized the need to learn from accidents and prevent loss of life and environmental pollution. The package includes new regulations and training for investigators... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Singapore relaunches cadet training programme
Singapore is relaunching a cadet training programme provided jointly by unions, industry, and the authorities following a three-year hiatus. The relaunch of the Tripartite Maritime Training Awards (TMTA) was announced by Singapore’s Minister for Transport and Second Minister for Finance, Chee Hong Tat, at the Singapore Maritime Officers Union (SMOU) Wavelink Annual Lunar New Year Luncheon on 14 February... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



IMO to review STCW convention
THE INTERNATIONAL Maritime Organization is looking to modernise seafarer training standards and address bullying and harassment in the maritime industry. The IMO sub-committee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping agreed on a roadmap for a review of the International Convention onSTCW and the accompanying STCW code... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Yamaha Develops Hydrogen-Powered Outboard Prototype for Boats
Yamaha Motor Corporation has developed the “world’s first” hydrogen-powered outboard prototype for recreational boats. Developed in collaboration with Roush and Regulator Marine, the companies plan to begin testing for viability on the water this summer (2024). Boat builder Regulator Marine constructed a hull based on the 26XO and modified it to accommodate the hydrogen tanks necessary to the new outboard... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Italy Welcomes First LNG-fueled Cruise Ship
Princess Cruises’ first-ever LNG-fueled cruise ship, Sun Princess, was delivered by the renowned Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri, creating history in the maritime industry. This enormous ship represents Italy’s greatest shipbuilding accomplishment, weighing over 178,000 gross tons. Sun Princess symbolises technological innovation in the cruise industry and is a pioneer in environmental sustainability... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Philippines’ Maritime Industry Plan 2028 Receives High Praise from Marina
The Maritime Industry Authority celebrates President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s approval of the 10-year Maritime Industry Development Plan 2028. Marina Administrator Sonia Malaluan praised the plan's focus on enhancing the Philippine Merchant Fleet, expanding shipping industries, and promoting a skilled maritime workforce for economic growth and global competitiveness... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Deltamarin and BAR Technologies introduce wind-optimized hull design
Deltamarin and BAR Technologies have teamed to introduce a new wind-optimized hull design with rigid sails, known as "This one". This design integrates state-of-the-art hull design with WindWings® Technology to maximize wind-assisted propulsion and improve fuel efficiency. Sign up for the newsletter for more updates... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



New Study Looks at Impact of Weather on Container Stack Stability
Norwegian marine insurance group Gard has released a comprehensive new study exploring the effects of weather on the collapse of container stacks. The research sheds light on the increasing risk caused by rising wave heights and reveals the varying weather exposures of different operators... -gCaptain

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Revolutionary Propeller Technology Set to Redefine Maritime Efficiency
EcoMarine Innovations unveils the Holy Boss Cap, a revolutionary propeller hub vortex cavitation-eliminating boss cap. With potential fuel savings and reduced carbon footprint, it's a beacon of hope for greener maritime operations. In the relentless pursuit of innovation within the maritime industry, a groundbreaking development emerges from the depths of EcoMarine Innovations' research labs... -BNN Breaking

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Developing Onboard Carbon Capture and Storage for the Maritime Industry
The potential of onboard carbon capture and storage (CCS) to reduce emissions from shipping is subject to ever-growing interest from the shipping industry. As vessel operators seek to comply with current and future regulations and achieve long-term climate goals, carbon capture promises to play a key role... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



ClassNK and Lovoy Want to Make SMS Manuals Easy for Seafarers to Use
ClassNK is working with consultancy Lovoy to make Safety Management System (SMS) procedures easier and more usable for the seafarer - and better for shipping. Lovoy points to a reality known to all seafarers: any shipping company's SMS procedures can get so complex that they are no longer user-friendly. This tendency will only increase as new fuels and emissions-reduction technologies come online... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Sagarmala: Revolutionizing India's Maritime Infrastructure
India's vast coastline spanning 7,500 kilometers, along with its extensive network of potentially navigable waterways totaling 14,500 kilometers, has long been recognized as a strategic asset for the country's economic development. India also has a long history of maritime trade, dating back to ancient times when ports like Lothal and Dholavira flourished... -Narendra Modi

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



What Impact Does Technology Have on the Marine Industry?
Generally, the maritime industry has played a crucial role in the transportation and global trade sectors for many years. Like in other industries, the influence of technological innovations in the maritime sector cannot be overlooked. Various technological advancements, including Yatch innovation, have significantly improved marine shipping safety and efficiency,.. -Green Prophet

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



How EU ETS challenges the maritime industry
It’s a brave new world for the maritime sector. Obviously, the EU ETS has been around for many years in other industries but it’s new to shipping from this year, with the recent inclusion of shipping in the EU ETS since January 1st. This is bringing with it significant implications as the EU continues to unveil new details, rules, and regulations on a regular basis,.. -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



NTSB Report: Hotspur Fishing Vessel Sank in Alaska Due to Flooding
The NTSB concluded that the fishing vessel Hotspur capsized and sank near Nunez Rocks, Alaska, due to flooded compartments. The report emphasized the importance of automatic flood bilge alarms and highlighted the lack of stability calculations for smaller vessels. The Hotspur was declared a total loss with an estimated value of $1.2 million. For the full NTSB report, visit the link provided... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Feb-2024



Turkish Coast Guard Searches for Six Missing Crew Members from Sunken Cargo Ship
Rescuers are searching for six missing crew members from a cargo ship that sank off the coast of Turkey. The ship, named Batuhan A, sank in the Sea of Marmara due to heavy weather conditions. An empty life raft was discovered during rescue efforts, and the Turkish Coast Guard is leading the search... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Feb-2024


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