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Indian Coast Guard: Exercise on maritime security held
The Kolkata-based Indian Coast Guard’s (ICG) Region North East headquarters conducted a fourth edition of table top exercise under the aegis of Colombo Security Conclave in New Town, Kolkata which focused on a coordinated maritime security in Indian Ocean Region (IOR)... -Millennium Post

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



ILO: Ensure decent work for key workers
According to International Labour Organization (ILO), countries need to improve the working conditions and earnings of key workers – who were essential during the COVID-19 crisis – to fully reflect their contribution to society and their importance in the daily functioning of economies... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Wind could be used to power cargo ships
To cut carbon emissions, large shipping vessels could be retrofitted with sails so that they can be powered by wind. A new initiative from the University of Southampton will investigate how modern vessels perform on the ocean when fitted with wing-sails. The experts seek to explore the potential of the technology to decarbonize the UK’s maritime sector... -Earth.com

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Acknowledging the significant role of the seafarer
Filipinos in Melbourne gathered at the Mission to Seafarer in Victoria to visit and get tpo know the people extending their support and assistance to millions of seafarers passing by and temporarily docked in Melbourne... -SBS

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Western Baltic Unveils New Trawler Design
Lithuanian ship designer Western Baltic Engineering (WBE) has unveiled its latest trawler design, engineered to meet the demands of the modern fishing industry with an emphasis on high performance, large cargo capacity and crew comfort... -MarineLink

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Waves of change reduce emissions from shipping
A fruitful research consortium that aims to develop cleaner marine fuels was sparked by the need to comply with new regulations for sulfur emissions introduced in 2020 by the International Maritime Organization. To help meet these new regulations, KAUST is partnering with the Oil Sustainability Program... -EurekAlert

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Sailing, reimagined: UK startup bets wind-powered ships will cut carbon emissions
The maritime industry may have long replaced sails with engines, but a UK startup is betting that wind-powered ships still have a bright future. Founded in 2014, Smart Green Shipping (SGS), has developed a new type of wind sail, called FastRig, that cuts carbon emissions... -TNW

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



NOAA Builds on Unmanned Surveys by Teaming USV With Research Vessel
NOAA Fisheries is evaluating the use of cutting-edge technology that has the potential to improve acoustic-trawl surveys of walleye pollock, the largest U.S. fishery. The goal is to explore the use of USVs to work in tandem with NOAA ships to improve the efficiency of collecting acoustic and biological data to estimate pollock abundance... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Kongsberg Digital improves the quality of maritime navigation training
Kongsberg Digital continues to enhance simulation training by launching its new cloud-based navigation simulation solution. The solution is another advanced simulation technology that Kongsberg Digital offers as an online training application on their digital platform... -WorldOil

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Harnessing Deep Blue Project In Gulf Of Guinea Piracy Reduction
Before now, Nigeria’s waters were described as the most dangerous in the world but the strict implementation of deep blue project and other anti-piracy programmes by the Dr Bashir Jamoh-led management of NIMASA, has led to decline in piracy in the last three years,.. -Leadership News

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Fiji: Five-day training on international convention for seafarers
A five-day training was held recently to facilitate the delivery of requirements of STCW. In a social media post, the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) stated participants of the training course of instructors, IMO Model Course 6.09 were hosted by SPC Sub-regional Office and facilitated by IMO... -Fiji Times

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



How Carnival Corporation is capitalising on the power of its people
Josh Weinstein explains to Rebecca Gibson why supporting employees, advancing sustainability initiatives and finding innovative ways to enhance the guest experience are his key priorities for Carnival Corporation... -Cruise and Ferry

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Offshore Charging and Electric Foiling Vessels to Cut Emissions from Offshore Wind Operations
The UK-based Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult is driving forward decarbonization in the maritime industry after winning two projects in the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition (CMDC) round 2, funded by the Department for Transport, and delivered in partnership with Innovate UK... -Offshore Engineer

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Ocean Planning Can Help Resolve Offshore Wind Conflicts
Imagine, for a moment, driving through the streets of a major metropolis without the aid of a GPS. Visualizing this experience may evoke frenzied images of difficult one-way streets, countless dead ends, and an overwhelming amount of traffic. Unfortunately, our oceans are following a similar path... -American Bar Association

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Blue fuels are a vital component of the maritime energy transition
A regulatory tailwind has put the maritime industry on a trajectory towards the use of sustainable fuels. It is proving a challenging process, not least because the volumes of cleaner fuel the industry needs are emerging only slowly as producers seek demand signals before investing in new production... -Splash 247

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



​ Bulk carrier disabled by water ingress at Lyttelton, NZ
Bulk carrier LOYALTY HONG, berthed at Lyttelton, New Zealand, suffered engine room flooding during her stay, she arrived at Lyttelton on Mar 5, understood to load timber. Ship is operating on an aux generator, power is disrupted by damaged electric... -FleetMon

Posted On:16-Mar-2023



Chinese Panamax bulker towed to safety after week-long drift
Bulk carrier FUPING suffered engine failure in South China sea north of Riau islands on Feb 25, while ballasting from Singapore to Ningbo China. The ship was adrift until Mar 5, when she was taken on tow by SAR ship... -FleetMon

Posted On:16-Mar-2023


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