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Houthis claim responsibility for firing on two ships in the Red Sea
Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis claimed to have fired missiles at two ships in the Red Sea, causing damage. The attacks have disrupted global shipping and raised fears of destabilizing the Middle East. The United States and Britain have retaliated by attacking Houthi targets in Yemen... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Sailors’ Society appeals to assist seafarers in the Red Sea
Crisis responders from Sailors’ Society are currently seeking financial support for their efforts in assisting seafarers affected by the Red Sea conflict. Boet Van Schalkwyk, part of the global team of highly trained responders involved in the Ship Connect program, emphasized the stress and anxiety experienced by seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



AI to Enhance Job Stability in the Marine Survey Industry
In a March 2023 blog, Bill Gates emphasized the transformative power of AI, predicting job losses across various industries. However, AI will enhance marine surveying by streamlining data acquisition and processing, meeting the growing demand for offshore wind energy. AI will act as a virtual co-pilot for marine surveyors, improving efficiency without replacing human skills... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Sri Lanka Approves 21st March as National Seafarer’s Day
The Cabinet of Ministers approved the proposal to declare the 21st March as National Seafarer's Day in Sri Lanka. This will recognize and appreciate the contribution of seafarers to the local economy and create opportunities for the maritime profession to enhance the national economy... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



HD Hyundai and TerraPower to Build Nuclear Powered Ships
HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering, a subsidiary of HD Hyundai, has held its first technology exchange meeting with TerraPower and Core Power for the development of next-generation small modular nuclear reactor. The meeting at TerraPower’s headquarters in Washington will focus on TerraPower’s Molten Chloride Fast Reactor (MCFR) design... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Readers divided over Red Sea diversions
Houthi attacks on shipping in the Southern Red Sea have seen many ship operators rerouting vessels via the Cape of Good Hope, but despite the risk others have continued to send vessels through the region. In our most recent poll we asked Seatrade Maritime News readers, “Are some shipowners and charterers right to risk continuing to transit the Red Sea given the threat of attack... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Should foreign mariners be allowed to work in the U.S. maritime industry?
As U.S. maritime companies struggle to find viable solutions for filling vacant job positions, one idea that has surfaced recently is hiring foreign mariners. The concept of creating a pathway for foreign mariners to enter the U.S. legally to work in the industry and be on track for citizenship has gained some steam in recent months... -WorkBoat

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



ClassNK Approves GSC’s Ammonia Fuel Tank Design for Container Ships
ClassNK has awarded an approval in principle for the design of a prismatic ammonia fuel tank for container ships, developed by Planning and Design Center for Greener Ships. The tank is designed to ensure safe storage of ammonia and minimize the reduction in the number of cargo containers, while also improving constructability and increasing the fuel volume... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Marina, NMP to boost Pinoy seafarers' skills
THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) tapped the training and research expertise of the National Maritime Polytechnic (NMP) to enhance the skills of Filipino seafarers working on domestic waters. The collaborative training and research efforts were underscored in a recent meeting between Marina Administrator Sonia Malaluan and NMP Executive Director Victor del Rosario... -The Manila Times

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



UK: Funding for seafarer cadets available for an extra 6 months
Seafarer cadets can now continue to access financial support for their training up until spring 2025, as funds have been locked in for a further 6 months. In 2022 the UK government announced an increase in training subsidies for cadets, leading to more than £40 million being awarded to the Support for Maritime Training (SMarT) fund, as well as providing additional support for junior officers... -GOV.UK

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Post-Panama Bulker to be Retrofitted with Wind Rotors in 2024 - The Maritime Executive
Post-Panama Bulker to be Retrofitted with Wind Rotors in 2024  The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Barge Carrying Salt Sinks Causing Environmental Concerns for Hamburg
The Port of Hamburg and emergency services are responding to the sinking of an inland barge this morning, February 6, while moored at one of the port’s terminals. Officials are reporting that there was no immediate environmental hazard but they are discussing the salvage of the vessel to prevent damage to the Elbe and surrounding area... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Philippines: Action Must Be Taken Now to Be Ready for Future Crewing Challenges
The industry needs to take action now to be ready for future crewing challenges and ensure quality seafarers are staying in their careers at sea, says manning agency Senator Crewing Manila. A BIMCO report revealed that there will be an additional 89,510 officers needed by 2026 and currently there are 1.89 million seafarers operating the global fleet... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Suez Canal Earnings Fall as Vessels Re-Route Around Africa
As we enter into the third month of escalating conflict in Yemen, the security risk has prompted significant rerouting of vessels with far-reaching consequences for global trade and transport. The latest trade data from Veson Nautical indicates a notable shift in traffic patterns. Geopolitical tensions and conflict have raised maritime security concerns in the region,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Maritime piracy incidents in 2023 on the rise and cause for concern
Concerns have been raised about a rise in piracy, as western navies focus on Houthi militants in the Red Sea. The annual Piracy and Armed Robbery Report by the ICC International Maritime Bureau revealed a spike in maritime piracy and armed robbery in 2023, with a concerning increase in crew hostages and kidnappings... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



New E-Fuels Project to Make International Shipping Climate-Neutral
That is how much cargo the bulk carrier from TOPIC Fleet which is used as the case study in the new EU project GAMMA, can carry across the world's oceans. Ocean freight transport requires large amounts of fuel, mainly made up of fossil fuels today. With the GAMMA innovation project, which began in January 2024, a wide range of partners are now working to change that... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



UK: MCA's officer trainee of the year announced
"It’s my dream job" says deck officer recognised for her efforts to promote the maritime industry and her hard work in the role. A deck officer who discovered a “love for the sea” as a young teenager has been given the 2023 Maritime and Coastguard Agency’s Officer Trainee of the Year award... -GOV.UK

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Introducing the MacGregor GravityVibeTM: A Revolutionary Self-Unloading System for Bulk Carriers
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has launched the new MacGregor GravityVibeTM, a gravity self-unloading system that allows bulk carriers to deliver a wider variety of cargo in greater volume. The system includes vibrating panels to shift remnants and reduce blockages, increasing cargo capacity and reducing carbon dioxide emissions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Feb-2024



Inland Cargo Ship Sinks in Hamburg Port
On Tuesday, an 80-meter-long inland cargo ship loaded with 1400 tonnes of potassium chloride sank in HAMBURG. When the accident happened, the ship was moored in Kalikai, one of HAMBURG’s most popular bulk export centers in the Elbe River. The local emergency services responded immediately to the accident... -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Feb-2024


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