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India: Prez hails Indian Navy’s contribution in safeguarding maritime interests
President Droupadi Murmu on Monday lauded the Indian Navy for successfully safeguarding the country’s maritime interests and trade routes and providing assistance to the people during times of crisis... -The Statesman

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



UK launches £77M competition to decarbonise maritime sector
The UK government has launched a multi-million-pound Zero Emission Vessels and Infrastructure (ZEVI) competition to help decarbonise the country’s maritime sector. A £77 million government investment in clean maritime technology was launched today (6 February)... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Seaports Are the Key to Making Green Hydrogen Cost Competitive
As the world strives for a net zero emissions future by 2050, hydrogen has attracted considerable attention in the decarbonization debate. In Europe in particular, hydrogen is receiving strong political and regulatory support... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



MACN launch third-party risk management platform
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) and the Macura Group have announced the launch of a third-party risk management platform. The platform is designed to foster collaboration and leverage community features to save on cost, time and effort in managing third-party risks... -Digital Ship

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Kenya's Amb. Nancy Karigithu Could Be the Next IMO Secretary General
With the tenure of IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim ending this year, the agency has set in motion the process of searching for a successor. One of the contenders for the position is Nancy Karigithu, currently Kenya’s Ambassador and Special Envoy for Shipping and Blue Economy... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Keep it simple please
KISS (keep it simple stupid) is a term that was first used in the US Navy and is thought to have been coined by Kelly Johnson, who was the lead engineer at the Lockheed Skunk Works. Never has KISS been more appropriate than within the maritime cyber-security industry... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Capt. Antonio M. Padrón re-appointed for 2 more years as IMO Goodwill Maritime Ambassador
By proposal of the Spanish General Directorate of the Merchant Marine (DGMM), Capt. Antonio M. Padrón has been re-appointed for 2 more years as Goodwill Maritime Ambassador of IMO. Capt. Antonio was appointed in 2015 as the first Spanish Maritime Ambassador that was part of the Program created by IMO,.. -All About Shipping

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



World’s largest containership squeezes through Suez Canal
Evergreen’s giant 24,000 TEU containership Ever Acme transited the Suez Canal on Friday, 3 of February, while underway on its maiden voyage from Malaysia to the Netherlands. The ship is the newest addition to Evergreen’s A-type vessel series and can carry over 24,000 containers... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Ukraine's Merchant Sailors Grounded at Home
Since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022, Ukrainian males of conscription age (18-60) have not been allowed to leave Ukraine. The ban also applies to sailors on commercial ships... -Kyiv Post

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Singapore: striving to reduce emissions from marine activities
Singapore has become a shipping emissions trend-setter and its new port authority leader intends to maintain momentum in this area while enlarging the City State’s maritime presence. When Quah Ley Hoon took over as CEO of MPA in January 2019, even she could not have foreseen the issues that would come to dominate her four years in charge... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Fire Erupts in Containers Toppled by Earthquake at Turkish Port
A fire has erupted in containers toppled at the Port of Iskenderun by the powerful earthquakes that rocked Turkey Monday. More than 2,400 people are believed to have been killed after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck just before dawn on Monday in southern Turkey near the northern border of Syria... -gCaptain

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Car Carrier Suffers Fire Off Vietnam
A Panama-flagged vehicle carrier carrying more than 4,500 cars and 1,300 tons of oil from South Korea to Singapore caught fire and is now drifting in the waters off Vung Tau, Vietnam. The fire is believed to have started on Friday, February 3, on board the AH SHIN before spreading across multiple decks of 21,000-ton vessel... -gCaptain

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Tanker Crew Rescues Boater in Distress Off Puerto Rico
The crew of the chemical tanker Silver Dover is being praised for rendering assistance to a boater in distress in the Caribbean Sea on Saturday morning, approximately 57 nautical miles southeast of Puerto Rico. Rescued was an 80-year-old man who was the sole passenger aboard the 44-foot sailing vessel Tao... -gCaptain

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Out-of-Control Royal Caribbean Cruise Passenger Totally Destroys Balcony
When you book a stateroom on board a cruise ship, you always hope that your neighbor the next room over will be chill. While you might never directly interact with them, no one wants to have a noisy or aggressive guest staying next door!... -msnNOW

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



Bulker Driven Ashore in Winter Storm in Black Sea
Winter weather has been hampering the efforts to continue the grain shipments from Ukraine. Today, a video appeared showing just how harsh the winter storms have been and their impact on some of the ships. The TQ Ordu, a 46,500 dwt bulk carrier registered in Turkey, was driven ashore in a fierce winter storm... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



6 tanker crew died during tanks cleansing, Nigeria
6 people, understood crew members of tanker HALIMA, died on Feb 4 or 5, at Lagos anchorage, Nigeria. Understood they’ve been cleansing cargo tanks, so most probably, they died after inhaling toxic fumes in empty tanks... -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Feb-2023



General cargo ship grounding, Japan
General cargo ship EAGLE WIND ran aground on Kotsuku islet while approaching Yatsushiro port, western Kyushu, Japan, at around 0635 Tokyo time Feb 6. The ship was refloated at 0920 LT, and safely reached Yatsushiro,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Feb-2023


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