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India: Govt bans 25-year-old oil tankers, bulk carriers, and other ships from Indian waters
The age restriction will only be applicable to Indian and foreign flag vessels that require a license from the Director General of Shipping (D G Shipping) under Section 406 and 407 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. Some ‘existing vessel’ categories have been granted a grace period of three years... -ETInfra.com

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Indian Maritime University, IIT Madras to collaborate
The Indian Maritime University (IMU) and the Indian Institute of Technology Madras on Monday signed an agreement for collaboration of faculty members and exchange of students under the initiative Maritime India Vision 2030... -The Hindu

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



HFW gets behind drive to recognise human rights at sea
LAW firm HFW has put its support behind the development of a new Geneva Declaration to define and defend the human rights of the global maritime population. The global law firm previously carried out a joint review of the declaration on behalf of UK-based nongovernmental organisation Human Rights at Sea,.. -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Inmarsat announces successful launch of world's most advanced satellite
Inmarsat has announced the successful launch of its latest I-6 F2 spacecraft from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station aboard a flight-proven SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The launch saw I-6 F2 lift off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, reaching a top speed of almost 40,000 km/h as it left Earth above central Africa... -Digital Ship

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Crewing key to sustainable growth in ship management
The access to and availability of well-trained crew is central for a growing and sustainable ship management business in the future, according to Wallem. “To build this business, and being sustainable in that, I think the key is the crewing side of things,” John-Kaare Aune, CEO of Wallem, tells Seatrade Maritime News in an interview... - Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Stowaways: how to avoid criminalisation
Nautilus is asking members to be aware of the legal implications of stowaways onboard, as assisting them can pose a risk of criminalisation for crew. Hundreds of stowaway incidents are believed to take place every year... -Nautilus International

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Blue Economy promotes sustainable use of marine, freshwater resources: CAG
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) hosted a seminar on the challenges and opportunities in the Blue Economy at the CAG Office in New Delhi on Monday. The seminar was held in the run-up to the Engagement Group Meet of SAI 20 Nations next month, being organised as part of the G20 presidency of India... -ThePrint

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Power Ships Now Provide About One Quarter of Cuba's Electricity
The government of Cuba faces tough choices in addressing a chronic shortage of electrical generating capacity, as rolling blackouts have affected communities across the country for months. The erratic power supply has added to the downward pressure on Cuba's economy,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



A hydrogen-powered autonomous ship could help decarbonize maritime transport
A consortium of companies in the U.K. has bagged a GBP 5.4 million (US$ 6.46) government grant to build the world's first liquid hydrogen-powered autonomous vessel and its allied infrastructure, a press release said. The grant is aimed at helping decarbonize the maritime sector... -Interesting Engineering

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Spotlight on Maritime Personnel Transfer Accidents
The risk presented by personnel transfers at sea is as old as the maritime industry itself. Embarking and disembarking can prove as hazardous as (or even more dangerous than) carrying out one’s duties aboard an offshore rig, commercial fishing vessel, or other ship... -gCaptain

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Kenya Ports Authority digitalises cargo processing services
To meet the administration's goal of turning paperless in its operations, the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) has moved its cargo handling services to the government site e-Citizen. “The move will increase efficiency as we can track our transactions and identify whenever there’s a delay... -Container News

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Covid restrictions still frustrating many at sea
The world is by and large living in a post-covid environment with life back to normal. Not at sea, however, where some restrictions remain in place. There are still a few seafarers working beyond their contracts, and the odd covid flare-up, such as in China has some port states instituting quick crew change restrictions... -Splash 247

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



IBF removes Nigeria from risk maritime nations
Nigeria has been removed from the list of countries designated as risk maritime nations by the International Bargaining Forum (IBF). This is a confirmation of the improved global ratings of security in Nigerian maritime domain as a result of sustained collaborative efforts of NIMASA and the Nigerian Navy... -Daily Sun

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Peninsula to Begin Biofuel Delivery
Peninsula, the leading global independent marine fuel supplier, is commencing the supply of biofuels at its hub ports in the Strait of Gibraltar, having recently received its International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC) regarding physical supply operations in Gibraltar, Algeciras, and nearby ports... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Smart insole that detects workplace falls to be trialled in maritime sector
A smart insole jointly developed by NUS and local start-up FlexoSense is set to go on trial in the Republic’s maritime industry early in 2023 to tackle the issue of slips, trips and falls in the workplace. The proof-of-concept tests are sponsored by MPA under its Mint-Start-up Grant, which is worth up to $50,000... -The Straits Times

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Australia Bans MSC Containership for 90 Days
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned a Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) containership from entering Australian ports over maintenance and safety-related deficiencies following a string of detentions involving MSC-operated ships... -gCaptain

Posted On:28-Feb-2023



Engine Room Fire on ‘Algoma Discovery’ in Winter Lay-Up
A fire was reported Monday morning just after 9:00 a.m. EST aboard the wintering Algoma Discovery in the city of Port Colborne, Ontario. Fire crews and EMS were dispatched to the wharf along the Welland Canal for a fire in the engine room of the Canadian-flagged bulk carrier, which broke out during routine winter maintenance activities... -gCaptain

Posted On:28-Feb-2023


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