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Houthis Prepare for Prolonged Confrontation in Red Sea
Houthi fighters and their Iranian backers are preparing for a protracted confrontation with the US and its allies around the Red Sea, regardless of the outcome of the war between Israel and Hamas. The Yemen-based group is bolstering its military and defense capabilities to continue attacking ships around the vital waterway, according to several people familiar with the situation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Iran open to release rest of ST Nikolas crew once replaced
Iran is allowing the release of all crew members of the seized ST Nikolas once their replacement to man the ship arrives, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Thursday. At least 17 of the 19 original crew members remain on the vessel after a Filipino and a Greek cadet were released early this month and in January, respectively... -pna.gov.ph

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Impact of Recent Attacks on Global Shipping Routes: UN Report
Recent attacks on shipping in the Red Sea and other global challenges are transforming trade routes, with potential economic and environmental impacts. A report from UNCTAD, "Navigating Troubled Waters," highlights disruptions to the Suez Canal and the Panama Canal, impacting global supply chains and increasing greenhouse gas emissions. Developing countries are particularly vulnerable... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



The human element in maritime training and safety
The latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast delves into the crucial topic of seafarer training with John Abate, Head of Training at Northern Marine Group. Talking with Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett, John shares perspectives on the rapid technological advancements impacting the maritime sector, from sustainable propulsion options to the digitalisation of operations... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Indian Oil Corp Enhances Energy Security with VLCC Purchase Plans
India's largest oil refiner is aiming to boost energy security by purchasing or leasing VLCCs. This will be done through a newly incorporated subsidiary. Discussions have also begun to structure deals for overcoming government restrictions. Additionally, they may consider joint ventures and investing in LNG vessels in the future... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Grieg Star Enhances Maternity Benefits for Female Seafarers
Norwegian ship manager Grieg Star is increasing maternity benefits to support female seafarers in balancing their careers with motherhood. Crew members will be repatriated at week 26 of pregnancy, with 100% wages for 100 days, and paid maternity leave for 120 days. Grieg Star aims to help seafarers keep their careers while raising a family... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Safe Maritime Transport of Lithium-Ion Batteries: Guidelines and Regulations
Advancements in Lithium-Ion batteries are propelling the shift towards clean, renewable energy. However, the risk of thermal runaway poses a significant threat, especially during maritime transport. The industry is adapting with guidelines and expertise to ensure safe and secure transportation, highlighting a collective commitment to sustainability... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Container shipping market distorted by crisis in the Red Sea
Alphaliner’s latest report shows that the idled fleet is at its lowest level in over 22 months, with only 84 ships, and the number of vessels in repair yards has also decreased significantly. The Red Sea crisis has changed industry dynamics, leading to a need for extra tonnage and newbuildings being introduced in East West loops... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Eastern Pacific Shipping Embraces Wind Propulsion on Tanker Vessels
The Barcelona-based wind sail developer has multiple projects in progress, including an eSail retrofit on the Odfjell owned chemical tanker, Bow Olympus, and the 50,332 dwt Pacific Sentinel. The eSails are expected to cut fuel consumption and emissions by about 10%, managed by an autonomous control system. EPS has also completed the installation of a carbon capture solution on the tanker Pacific Cobalt... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



New ICS guidance aims to address bullying and harassment
The shipowners’ association has published ‘Industry principles for establishing effective measures to combat and eliminate harassment and bullying in the maritime sector’. ICS has created high-level and detailed principles to guide companies in creating their own policies for dealing with bullying and harassment, encouraging all shipowners and operators to take them into account... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Houthis increase attacks on shipping in the Red Sea
Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthis have declared their intention to increase attacks on ships in the Red Sea and other waters, including the use of “submarine weapons,” in solidarity with Palestinians in the ongoing Gaza War. The group’s leader, Abdulmalik al-Houthi, stated that their operations in these waters will continue, escalate, and be effective, disrupting a route that accounts for about 12% of global shipping... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Crane Ship Collision Results in Fatal Injury to Maintenance Worker
A vessel collided with the giant semisubmersible crane ship Saipem 7000 in the Port of Rotterdam, causing a worker to fall into the water and remain missing. Local authorities are conducting a search and recovery effort, with a multiagency investigation expected to begin. Saipem 7000 is one of the world's largest crane ships... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



Missile Attack Sparks Fire on Cargo Ship in Gulf of Aden
A missile attack targeted a vessel in the Gulf of Aden, causing a fire on board, according to maritime agencies. The ship, headed from Thailand to the Red Sea, was hit by two missiles southeast of Yemen's Aden. The attack is suspected to be linked to Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Feb-2024



2 die, 3 Missing as Barge Hits Bridge in China
On 22 Feb, around 5:30 am local time, a barge hit the Lixinsha bridge in Guangzhou, leading to the death of two individuals while three others were missing. The allision was severe as a part of the bridge broke off and fell onto the barge and into the water... -FleetMon

Posted On:23-Feb-2024


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