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EU Reaches Agreement on Revised Ship-Source Pollution Directive
The European Council presidency and the European Parliament’s negotiators have reached a provisional agreement on a revised directive on ship-source pollution. The agreement aims to align EU rules with international standards and secure a level playing field for the maritime sector while improving implementation and enforcement through enhanced cooperation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



SL Captures Oil Polluting Tanker Through Satellite Monitoring
The Marine Environment Protection Authority of Sri Lanka has successfully detected an unauthorized oil release using a new satellite surveillance system funded by France. The system detected a large oil slick coming from the Global Crest crude oil tanker, leading to the ship being detained and fined nearly $50,000... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



One Filipino Seafarer Freed from Seized Oil Tanker in Iran
The Philippines Undersecretary, Eduardo Jose de Vega, from the Department of Foreign Affairs, has confirmed that one out of eighteen Filipino seafarers onboard the seized oil tanker ST NIKOLAS was released earlier this month. He did not share further details of the seafarer but mentioned that Philippines Authorities were working towards releasing other crew members onboard... -FleetMon

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



ICS to Combat Harassment and Bullying in Maritime
ICS, representing over 80% of the world’s shipowners and operators, has launched a set of industry principles in an effort to combat and eliminate harassment and bullying in the maritime sector. The principles were established in response to a report by ILO, LRF, and Gallup, which revealed that nearly 23% of people in employment have experienced violence and harassment at work... -gCaptain

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



Abyss Battery Introduces ABYSS® 12V 60AH Lithium Marine Battery
Abyss Battery, a leader in next-generation lithium-ion marine batteries, continues to pioneer innovative battery technology with its newest robust, marine-grade lithium-ion battery. The ABYSS® 12V 60AH DUAL PURPOSE LITHIUM MARINE BATTERY is an all-new, powerful lithium battery built to last & perform, delivering premium quality and performance... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



The world’s first wind-assisted chemical tanker launched
Chemship, a Netherlands-based company, has launched the MT Chemical Challenger with wind-assisted propulsion for its transatlantic route. The ship is equipped with VentoFoils, creating a direct wind area of 180 square meters. Chemship expects a 10% CO2 reduction and plans to equip more ships if results are positive... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



Houthi Missile Damages Bulker, Causing it to Sit Low in the Water but Remain Afloat
A bulker hit by a Houthi missile is still afloat and may be salvageable, based on industry reports and new photos. The crew was safely rescued, and a harbor tug has been dispatched to bring them ashore. The vessel is laden with potentially explosive cargo and a commercial salvor has been contracted for recovery... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



Australia imposes one-year ban on bulker after ship fails to provide repair updates
The Australia Maritime Safety Authority issued its first ban of 2024 against the Liberian-registered bulk carrier KMAX Leader due to serious safety violations and breaches of Australian legislation. The vessel was left disabled in the Port of Gladstone during cyclone season, prompting AMSA to take swift and appropriate actions to prevent safety risks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



US to Boosts Port Security and Cybersecurity
The White House announced plans to strengthen national security by improving the cybersecurity of U.S. ports. This includes an executive order to enhance the security of the country's ports and strengthen supply chains. Part of the plan involves returning domestic onshore crane manufacturing capacity to the U.S. and investing over $20 billion in U.S. port infrastructure... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



The Panama Canal pledges $8.5 billion to combat water crisis and boost climate resilience
The Panama Canal Authority plans to invest over $8.5 billion in sustainability projects to combat climate change. The investment exceeds the cost of expanding the canal and aims to address the water deficit and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, with a goal of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



Innovative Solutions for Harnessing Wave Power
Honda is making waves in the marine industry with their first-ever V8 engine, the BF350. Equipped with VTEC and BLAST systems, this 5.0-liter gasoline engine is designed for boats over 25 feet. With operation assist systems and an immobilizer feature, the BF350 showcases Honda's commitment to innovation and safety... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



Demand For Maritime Shaft Generators Increasing
30 years ago shaft generators with PTI capability kept container ships sailing at top speed. That purpose gone, PTI/PTO is making a new comeback in more cargo shipping segments, this time for reducing emissions. Retrofitting a shaft generator is not an insignificant undertaking. Around 50 tons of equipment needs to be installed into the engineroom through a hole in the hull... -MarineLink

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



Red Sea crisis distorts container shipping market
The idle container ship fleet has contracted again as the crises in the Red Sea and Panama Canal suck capacity into service diversions and distort the market, as newbuildings arrive to alleviate tonnage crunch. Latest report says that the idled fleet is now at its lowest level for more than 22 months at just 84 ships of which one is larger than 12,500 teu and none are greater than 18,000 teu... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



The Surge in Marine Engines Amid Global Trade Winds
Discover the surge in the marine engines market, fueled by necessity and innovation, as it navigates the currents of global trade. Explore the market dynamics, opportunities, and challenges propelling the industry towards a smarter, greener future. As 2024 takes off, the world's oceans are not just vast expanses of water but pivotal channels for burgeoning global trade... -BNN Breaking

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



Tobago Oil Spill Sparks Growing Mysteries as Disaster Recovery Teams Unite
Two weeks after an oil barge capsized near Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago officials are still working on recovery efforts. The barge, loaded with fuel oil, has caused a spill covering over 10 miles of beaches. International disaster recovery teams have been retained, and the police are investigating a bag of cocaine that washed ashore... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



Former SpaceX engineers reveal Arc Sport, an electric wakeboat with 570 horsepower
Former SpaceX engineers have unveiled the Arc Sport, a game-changing innovation in wake sports. With cutting-edge aerospace engineering and EV technology, the Arc Sport offers an exhilarating experience. Boasting a 226 kWh battery and 570 horsepower motor, it outperforms gas-powered boats. The Arc Sport sets a new standard for intelligent watercraft with advanced software and over-the-air updates... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Feb-2024



77 Saved as LNG Carrier Collides with Cargo Ship off South Korean Coast
On Saturday, the LNG carrier SM JEJU LNG1 collided with a cargo ship near Yeoseo Island, South Korea. The accident happened six kilometers southwest of Yeoseo Island in Wando County, South Jeolla, South Korea. The Wando Coast Guard was quick in the rescue mission, and all 77 people onboard the two vessels were rescued within four hours... -FleetMon

Posted On:22-Feb-2024


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