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Despite Covid, Port Traffic Is Steadily Rising In India
Despite the constraints arising in international trade and shipping due to the ongoing Covid pandemic and the resulting constraints on the cargo handling front, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), India’s premier container port, continued its steady surge in cargo handling in 2021 with total container traffic of 5.63 million TEUs as against 4.47 million TEUs in 2020, a growth of 25.86 per cent over the last calendar year... -Swarajya

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Marathon swimmer to swim Newcastle to Sydney to support seafarers
MARATHON swimmer Dean Summers is preparing to embark on Australia’s longest ocean swim to raise awareness and funds for the global seafaring workforce. Formerly an official of the Seamen’s Union of Australia (now Maritime Union of Australia), Mr Summers later became Australia’s International Transport Workers’ Union national co-ordinator... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Crisis Grants To Provide Emergency Care For Thousands Of Seafarers
Maritime welfare charity Sailors’ Society is set to provide emergency care to thousands of seafarers and their families, thanks to grants from The Seafarers’ Charity and The TK Foundation.The grants will support Sailors’ Society’s Crisis Response Network, a free service supporting seafarers and their families following a traumatic incident such as abandonment, piracy, an accident or natural disaster... -Sailors’ Society

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Spacex Postpones Rocket Launch Due to a Cruise Ship
The Space Exploration Technologies Corporation or SpaceX was forced to scrub a launch of its Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral on 30th January. The mission was aborted 30 seconds before blastoff due to an errant cruise ship present in the exclusion zone. The cruise ship in question was later found to be Royal Caribbean’s HARMONY OF THE SEAS... -Fleetmon

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Maersk installs automated weather stations on 50 vessels
Danish carrier A.P.Moller-Maersk has, in collaboration with the National Meteorological Service of Germany, Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD), installed automated weather stations (AWS) on 50 vessels. While crossing the largest oceans, the vessels can transmit live data helping forecast weather and climate, according to an official statement from Maersk... -ITLN

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Bangladesh: Sailors receive training on maritime safety
Mercantile Marine Office in Chattogram has trained the masters and sailors of passenger ships, which operate on the Teknaf-Saint Martin’s route, regarding maritime safety. Officers of all the ships on the route joined this training workshop held at the Saint Martin’s Island in Teknaf on Monday... -The Business Standard

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Three ’Trinity Spirit’ Crew Members Found Alive
At least three people died in Nigeria when the oil storage and production vessel, FPSO Trinity Spirit, exploded last week and four crew are still missing, the operating company said on Monday. The vessel had 10 crew on board when it exploded on Wednesday, Nigeria’s Shebah Exploration & Production Company Ltd (SEPCOL) said, adding that three were found dead on Sunday after three people had been found alive last week... -gCaptain

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



COVID restricts South East Asia drydocking capacity
HIGH freight rates and ongoing workforce limitations due to travel restrictions and COVID-19 measures are expected to result in South East Asia’s ship repair capacity falling by more than 25% compared to pre-pandemic levels, according to Nippon Paint Marine. Nippon Paint Marine is a paint supplier to the marine industry and the world’s fourth largest coatings company... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Coastal communities ’fed up’ with B.C. shellfish sector’s plastics problem
Coastal communities are tired of paying to clean up plastic and debris from the B.C. shellfish industry to protect the marine environment, stewardship groups say. The amount of garbage being retrieved from beaches in areas where shellfish aquaculture is concentrated grows year after year, and there’s little apparent enforcement by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) to deal with the issue,.. -Summerland Review

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Australia: PPA celebrates graduation of first marine cadet
THE first-ever marine cadet from Pilbara Ports Authority’s program has completed training. Kyal Randazzo, who has been through the Marine Cadetship Program, will now embark on his journey to become a captain. Mr Randazzo started his cadetship in 2018 and, after three years in the program, at the age of 21, has graduated with an Advanced Diploma of Nautical Science – 2nd Officer Licence... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Concept for Zero-Emission Multipurpose Cargo Ship Fueled by Hydrogen
Energy Observer, a French partnership that launched a total self-sufficient vessel powered by renewable energies and hydrogen as a demonstration laboratory, is now set to present its concept for a multipurpose ro-ro cargo ship fueled by liquid hydrogen that they believe can rapidly advance zero emissions in the shipping industry... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Alang Ship Recyclers Make Renewed Push for Green Standards
Alang is seeing a renewed push to develop ship recycling standards above the requirements of regulators and classification societies.This development stems from shipowners’ own requirements for recycling of their vessels. These shipowners require ClassNK HKC certification as the basic standard and are looking to audit or pre-evaluate existing ship recycling yards... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Indian Register Of Shipping Opens Coimbatore Office
Classification society the Indian Register of Shipping said it has opened a new office in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. The premises were recently inaugurated and has been operational since February 1, 2022. Coimbatore is one of the most industrialized cities in Tamil Nadu with a diversified manufacturing sector including more than 25,000 small, medium and large-scale industries... -MarineLink

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



UK government to explore shore power in ports
The UK government has launched a call for evidence on the potential benefits of shore power at UK ports. Speaking at the UK Chamber of Shipping Dinner on 7 February, Maritime Minister Robert Courts said shore power has the potential to cut carbon emissions and improve air quality around UK ports... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



MIT Takes the Lead Toward Net Zero
The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) has launched a new research consortium—the Future Energy Systems Center—to address the climate crisis and the role energy systems can play in solving it. Randall Field, Executive Director, discusses current research and the challenges ahead for the maritime sector... -MarineLink

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Woman Dies After Fall Aboard Historic Tall Ship in Galveston
A woman has died after falling some 60-feet from the mast of a tall ship in Galveston, Texas. Police confirm the 58-year-old woman, who was a volunteer on the tall ship Elissa, fell as the ship was docked at Galveston’s Pier 21. The victim was reportedly wearing a harness at the time of the fall... -gCaptain

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



INTERCARGO: ’Polluter pays’ principle is a welcome move for EU shipping
INTERCARGO has “cautiously welcomed” the recent proposal by EU Parliament’s Rapporteur, MEP Peter Liese, to update Amendment 9 of the EU emissions trading system (ETS) draft directive and support the ‘polluter pays’ principle. This recognition that often the shipping company is not the commercial entity controlling the ship operation, and thus is not responsible for the resulting GHG emissions, is long overdue,.. -Offshore Energy

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



Second Turkish Seafarer Falls to Death Trying to Read Draft Markings
For the second time in a week, a Turkish seafarer has fallen to his death while attempting to attempt to determine his vessel’s draft after loading. Reports in the Russian and Turkish media report indicate that the officer fell overboard and died of hypothermia during a storm at the port of Taman on the north coast of the Black Sea... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



EVER mega container ship troubled in Rotterdam
Ultra Large Container Vessel EVER GENTLE broke off her moorings in the evening Feb 6 at Maasvlakte, Rotterdam, in strong wind. The giant ship didn’t break loose totally, only her fore part, with stern lines still holding on. Tugs immediately responded, moving fore back to berth. No damages, no injures reported... -Fleetmon

Posted On:8-Feb-2022



CMA CGM new 15,000 TEU container ship out of service, to be towed for repairs
Container ship CMA CGM OSIRIS suffered engine failure while leaving Xiamen China, in accordance with Far East-Red Sea Service 2(RES2) schedule. Locals sources said that the giant ship with pilot on board was already underway in narrows of a ... Original post at FleetMon.com, 2022-02-07 10:28:55 ... Read here

Posted On:8-Feb-2022


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