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Seafarers granted the right to refuse passage in the Red Sea following Houthi attacks
Seafarers now have the right to refuse transit in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, following a decision by the International Bargaining Forum. The IBF, comprising the International Transport Workers Federation and employers’ Joint Negotiating Group, granted seafarers the right to repatriation and two months of wages if they refuse to sail into the embattled area... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



UK Investigates Attack on Cargo Ship Near Yemen
The UK is investigating an apparent attack on a cargo ship off the coast of Yemen, following reports of an explosion near the vessel. The UK Maritime Trade Operations is conducting a military investigation and advising vessels to transit with caution. The ship is believed to be UK-registered and has reportedly come under attack in the Bab al-Mandab Strait... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Houthi Militants Deploy a Drone Sub for the First Time
Since the Houthi rebel faction began attacking Red Sea shipping last fall, U.S. forces have encountered and engaged a wide variety of anti-ship weaponry in and around Yemen. Over the weekend, U.S. forces identified and destroyed a new class of weaponry in Yemen: a drone submersible, known in the trade as an unmanned underwater vehicle... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



IMO Paves the Way for a Thorough Examination of Seafarer Training Standards
The IMO Subcommittee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping (HTW) has agreed on a roadmap for the comprehensive review of the International Convention on STCW and the associated STCW Code. The review aims to adapt global standards to new trends and challenges in the maritime sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



World Shipping Council Proposes Feebate Program to Transition to Greener Fuels
The World Shipping Council is advocating for a "feebate" bunker tax-and-subsidy program, with the twist of an automatic increase to match the expansion of the green-fueled fleet. This would make green fuels more competitive and assist in the decarbonization efforts of the shipping industry. The proposal will be discussed at MEPC 81 in March... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



DCIL Partners with IIT and IMU for National MTech Program on Dredging Engineering
The MOU between Dredging Corporation of India Limited, IIT-Chennai, and IMU-Chennai aims to address the demand for skilled professionals in the maritime industry. The program will launch a National Joint MTech Programme on Dredging Engineering, allowing students to study at the three entities and gain hands-on experience... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Sagar Aankalan Guidelines Implementation Boosts Indian Ports Performance
The “Sagar Aankalan” Guidelines aim to map and benchmark Indian port logistics performance, harmonize standards with global benchmarks, and improve overall performance. The Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways concluded the Stakeholders Meet at the Global Maritime India Summit. The event launched the GMIS Report and M.Tech in Dredging Technology course... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



EU responds to demands for improved accident investigations in maritime transportation
The European Council presidency and the European Parliament’s negotiators have reached a provisional agreement to revise the 2009 directive on the investigation of accidents in the maritime transport sector. The new legislation forms part of the so-called “maritime safety” legislative package and aims to improve the safety of fishing vessels in European waters... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Sonowal announces Environment Ministry approval for Vadhavan port, Cabinet approval imminent
The Environment Ministry approved the ₹76,000-crore Vadhavan deep sea port project near Mumbai. Minister Sarbananda Sonowal announced the project's submission for Cabinet approval, with Coastal Regulatory Zone approvals received on February 15. The project will be developed on the landlord model and handled in phases, with a 74-26 percent joint venture stake... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Russia is easing regulations for icebreaker escorts to encourage year-round shipping in the Arctic.
The Russian government has extended the period in which double-acting vessels with ice classes Arc7 and Arc8 can navigate independently along the Northern Sea Route. This change is in response to plans for year-round LNG transport to Asia, set to begin in 2024. Ice conditions have become less severe on average, prompting this relaxation of escort requirements... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Continued Houthi Attacks on Shipping in the Red Sea
A 58,800 dwt Supramax bulker was fired upon by Houthis in the Gulf of Aden, causing minor damage to the vessel. The vessel, operated by Helikon Shipping Enterprises, continued its journey to Suez, Egypt. The attack was confirmed by the Houthi military spokesman, and the UK Marine Trade Organisation reported the incident... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Impact of oil slick on tourism and fishing in Tobago as it spreads across the Caribbean
Nine days after the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard discovered an oil slick, an oil leak from a capsized barge remains unplugged, causing concern in the Caribbean region. The spill has spread miles from the coast of Tobago, prompting alerts to neighboring Caribbean countries. The origin and destination of the barge remain unclear... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Renewed Protests Against Deep Water Vessel Dismantling Site in BC, Canada
Residents of Union Bay, British Columbia in Canada have renewed their calls for the shutting down of a shipbreaking site where two former U.S. government research vessels are being dismantled. Supported by environmentalists, they are citing health, safety, and environmental concerns... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Tanker Optimized for Wind-Assisted Propulsion Achieves Strong Fuel Savings
A partnership between Finland’s naval architects Deltamarine and UK-based BAT Technologies looks to develop new standards in sustainable shipping. The companies held a presentation in London for their new concept, a wind-optimized design for an Aframax/LRII tanker that they report could establish a new benchmark in sustainable ship design... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Biofuel Blends: The Maritime Industry's Beacon of Hope for Carbon Neutrality
In the face of increasing environmental demands, the maritime industry is looking towards biofuel blends as a solution. The Argus Biofuels & Feedstocks Asia Conference will bring together over 300 senior representatives to discuss the future of biofuels, including marine, SAF, and bio-naphtha market developments. The industry's transition to biofuel blends represents a renaissance,.. -BNN Breaking

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Cargo Ship Rescue Mission off the Coast of Seogwipo, Jeju Island: All 11 Crew Members Saved
A cargo ship off the coast of Seogwipo, Jeju Island encountered a flooding incident, prompting a swift response from the Coast Guard. Despite challenging weather conditions, the team successfully rescued all 11 crew members. The crew is now in good health and recovering comfortably, while the Coast Guard investigates the cause of the accident... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Feb-2024



Panamanian-Flagged Oil Tanker Hit by Missile in the Red Sea
The US State Department said that a Panamanian-flagged oil tanker, MT POLLUX, was struck by a missile in the Red Sea. The oil tanker MT POLLUX was en route to India when the incident happened. As per the details released by British Maritime security firm Ambrey and United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKTMO) the oil tanker was hit approximately 72 NM northwest of Mokha, Yemen... -FleetMon

Posted On:19-Feb-2024


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