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Indian Coast Guard celebrates its 47th Raising Day
The Indian Coast Guard on Wednesday celebrated its 47th anniversary of ‘dedicated and distinguished service’ to the nation. In an official release, the Coast Guard said, “The day is an opportune moment to reaffirm our resolute commitment and selfless service for safeguarding the maritime interests of our nation.”... -ThePrint

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Consortium Looking To Provide Maritime Hydrogen Value Chain
A new Norwegian consortium will be developing the complete hydrogen value chain for the maritime sector. The multidisciplinary collaboration has the ambitious goal to develop a complete hydrogen value chain for Northern Xplorer (NX) first zero-emission cruise ship featuring fuel cells and electric propulsion as well as making pollution-free hydrogen... -Rigzone News

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Dubai's dhow trade sees robust 12% growth in 2022
The Marine Agency for Wooden Dhows, established in July 2020 by Dubai’s Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC), facilitated the entry of more than 10,500 wooden dhows during 2022, reflecting a 12% year-on-year growth. Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Chairman of the PCFC, noted that the wooden dhows ferried 1.7 million metric tonnes of merchandise... -Trade Arabia

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



ISWAN, Iranian seafarers’ trade union to improve lives of seafarers
The Iranian Merchant Marine Syndicate (IMMS) and ISWAN have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work together to improve the lives of seafarers in Iran. ISWAN has been working with partner organisations to widen its international reach and appointed a volunteer last year to help provide direct support to seafarers and their families in Iran... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Standardised Noon Report data format published
A Standardised Vessel Dataset (SVD) for Noon Reports has been launched by the Smart Maritime Council following the completion of a proof-of-concept project involving vessel operators OSM Maritime, Thome Group and V.Ships. SVD offers a non-proprietary list of standard data points that can be freely applied by any maritime industry stakeholders to simplify data collection and analysis... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Somerset student to take electric powerboat around UK
A student is to attempt the fastest circumnavigation of the UK in an electric boat. Harry Besley, 16, from Somerset, said he wants to demonstrate the potential of electric engines in boats. He has now launched the Round Britain eRIB challenge for this summer to encourage the marine industry to find a more sustainable future... -BBC

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



As Ice Recedes, Italian Ship Makes Record Journey into the Antarctic
An Italian ice-breaker carrying scientists researching in the Antarctic has sailed further south than any ship has done before, the organizers of the voyage said on Tuesday, a further sign of how ice is retreating around the poles. The Laura Bassi vessel reached a point with the coordinates of 78° 44.280 S in the Bay of Whales in the Ross Sea... -gCaptain

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Maritime logistics unplugged
Maritime logistic is emerging as a new area of study. Worldwide, universities are drawing attention to it as an independent subject to be taught and not inside other subjects, as might be the case, even though a few universities have considered it in their curricula... -Splash 247

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Record orderbook set to drive unprecedented LNG fleet growth
An average of more than three new LNG carriers were ordered every week of last year, boosting the orderbook to 323 ships, 49% of the fleet. The sector is likely to continue to expand as LNG becomes an increasingly important component of the global energy mix... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



ReCAAP ISC: Three armed robbery incidents against ships in Asia
Three incidents of armed robbery against ships in Asia, comprising of one CAT 31 incident and two CAT 42 incidents, were reported to ReCAAP ISC, from 25 to 31 January 2023. The CAT 3 incident occurred on board a bulk carrier while underway in the eastbound lane of the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Singapore Strait... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Calls grow for offshore wind pause as whale deaths mount
Following the eighth dead whale washing up in the region earlier this week, calls are growing for a pause on offshore wind activity. On Monday, U.S. Rep. Chris Smith, R-4th District, wrote letters to the Biden Administration urging an immediate suspension of all offshore wind activity projects until “ecological safety can be assured.”... -NJBIZ

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Argus launches world’s first biofuel blended ship bunker price
Global energy and commodity price reporting agency Argus today launched the world’s first independently assessed price for ship fuel that includes a biofuel component. The new B24 daily assessment reflects the market value of “bunkers” – as ship fuel is known – made up of 24% UCOME and 76% VLSFO, delivered-on-board in Singapore... -Manifold Times

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Owner denies world's oldest cruise ship has been sold for recycling
The owner of the world’s oldest oceangoing cruise ship denies that it is ending a 75-year career. A spokesman for Puerto Rico-based The Roundtable LLC claims that reports by brokers this week that the 16,144-gt Astoria (built 1948) has been sold for recycling at a European Union-approved are incorrect... -TradeWinds

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Illicit maritime activities threaten regional development
Illicit maritime activities, such as illegal fishing, pollution, trafficking and other crimes threatening precious ocean resources for economic growth and security would make United States and other navies domiciled in Nigeria and other West African waters to stay beyond 2024, BAYO AKOMOLAFE reports... -New Telegraph Newspaper

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



UK Buys a Used Offshore Vessel for Minehunting Mission
The government of the UK is getting extra mileage out of its shipbuilding budget by acquiring used offshore vessels for naval mission sets. The latest arrival is a new mine-hunting "mother ship," which will operate uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs) in support of mine countermeasures operations in the UK and Europe... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



LNG Carrier Grounds in Suez Canal
A LNG carrier has run aground in the Suez Canal, but at this time does not pose a threat to maritime traffic through the waterway, Leth Agencies has confirmed. The vessel, the Grace Emilia, grounded at km 125 in Little Bitter Lake, on the southern end of the canal, Leth Agencies reported... -gCaptain

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



‘The Party is Over’ for Container Shipping, Says Hapag-Lloyd CEO
Container freight rates will keep declining in the current realignment of shipping demand and supply, said the chief executive of Germany’s liner Hapag Lloyd, the world’s number five by transport capacity. “The party is over. We are back to a normal shipping business,” CEO Rolf Habben Jansen told reporters at a briefing late on Tuesday on the state of the market,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



PPA signs MoU with Japan to work on renewable energy exports
Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Port of Himeji to boost renewable energy trade opportunities between Western Australia and Japan. As explained, the ports will support cooperation and knowledge exchange between the two ports on renewable energy and net zero carbon emission initiatives... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Bulk carrier fire, Portland USA
Bulk carrier BREEZE suffered fire in superstructure, reportedly in service compartment (laundry), on Jan 31, at Portland, USA. Fire was extinguished, fire team left the ship. extent of damages unknown, no injures reported... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Feb-2023



Mega container ship aground in Singapore Strait
Container ship MSC FAITH ran aground at around 2000 LT Jan 31 in Singapore Strait halfway between Singapore and Riau islands, shortly after leaving Singapore, bound for Yantian China. As of 1050 LT Feb 1, was in the same position, with tugs working on her... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Feb-2023


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