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IMO Set to Implement Mid-Term Measures for Ship Emissions Cut
IMO is advancing discussions on legally-binding 'mid-term' measures to help the maritime industry achieve net zero shipping, as set out in the 2023 IMO Strategy on the Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships. The measures are scheduled for adoption in late 2025. The topic is part of a packed agenda for IMO's Maritime Environment Protection Committee,.. -Mirage News

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Somalian piracy imperils maritime security
IN several recent cases, robust action by the Indian Navy to rescue civilian ships and multinational crews from pirates has been lauded. The Navy has stepped up as the main operator against Somalian pirates in the Gulf of Aden, even as the world’s attention has been on attacks on shipping in the Red Sea... -The Tribune India

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Call for standard charging plug for marine batteries
There is a need for a standardisation of connections to shore for charging shipboard batteries. Marine batteries are becoming increasingly popular in passenger vessels, as well as other ship types, to reduce emissions for part or all of the voyage... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



The shameful abandonment of seafarers
This is a drama less visually dramatic than the Houthis’ attacks — but it too involves shocking rule-breaking, as an increasing number of sailors are being abandoned by their vessels’ owners, left stuck on board sometimes for months or even years. And a leading culprit behind this growing abandonment appears to be the similarly growing shadow fleet... -POLITICO Europe

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Zero44 unveils FuelEU Maritime Calculator
zero44 has released the "FuelEU Maritime Calculator" to help shipping companies understand the financial impact of the upcoming regulation. This tool estimates costs and penalties related to the new legislation, aiming to kick-start sustainable marine fuel production and decrease vessels' greenhouse gas intensity. Companies can use the calculator for free to prepare for FuelEU Maritime... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Mental Health Issues in Seafarers
Mental health issues in seafarers have always been a concern, but the impact of COVID-19 heightened these issues even more and brought the issue into the open. Crew members faced a multitude of additional stressors while at sea during COVID, including concerns about family at home, prolonged length of contracts, multiple extended contracts,... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Indian Navy Has Protected 3,440 Ships And 25,000 Seafarers From Pirates At Sea Since 2008
The regular deployment of the Indian Navy’s maritime assets has helped enable the safe passage of fishing and merchant vessels encountering the threats of piracy. Ajay Bhatt, the Minister of State for Defence, informed Lok Sabha on Tuesday that since 2008, India’s Navy has deployed many units in the Gulf of Aden and the east coast of Africa toward anti-piracy patrols... -Marine Insight

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Empowering Female Seafarers: Leading the Way in the Maritime Industry
Female seafarers are paving the way for future opportunities in the maritime industry, inspiring young women to join and contribute to its growth. With unique skills in management, problem-solving, and decision-making, they excel in their roles. Championing gender equality, they advocate for respect, acceptance, and leadership opportunities for women in the workforce... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Challenges Facing Panama Canal Due to Water Shortages and Climate Change
The Panama Canal, a vital global trade route, is facing disruptions due to water shortages caused by repeated droughts. Climate change and extreme weather are exacerbating the situation, leading to decreased revenue and concerns about the future of the canal. Water-saving measures are being implemented, but new sources of fresh water are needed... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Challenges in Implementing Onboard Carbon Capture Due to Insufficient Port Infrastructure
A new study highlights the challenges facing ports in handling liquified CO2 captured from ships at sea, hindering the adoption of onboard carbon capture technology. Limited infrastructure and safety training pose major obstacles, with few ports equipped to offload CO2. Recommendations include defining a clear pathway for offloading and storage... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Shipping Industry Divided Over Proposed Emissions Levy Allocation
The shipping industry and maritime ministries want a proposed emissions levy to focus on cleaning up the sector, rather than broader climate goals. With rich countries failing to meet climate finance promises, attention is turning to innovative sources like levies on ships. Negotiations at the International Maritime Organisation are ongoing... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



7000-Year-Old Sunken Boats Reveal How Neolithic Seafarers Traversed The Mediterranean
There's a large part of human history hidden beneath the sea. From Canada's coastlines to the flat underwater fringes of Australia, sunken sites around the world have delivered troves of artifacts that give archaeologists a deeper understanding of where ancient humans lived and how they potentially traversed treacherous seas to reach new lands... -ScienceAlert

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Enhancing Maritime Connectivity for Cruise Industry Success
Connectivity is essential for maritime operations, powering onboard software for safety, efficiency, and emissions reduction. Cruise passengers in 2024 expect high-speed Wi-Fi and reliable connectivity at sea. Multi-orbit constellations, like SES' O3b mPOWER, provide high bandwidth and network resiliency... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Studio 30 50 Expands to Europe with Copenhagen Cohort in May 2024
Backed by Hafnia, DNV, IMC Ventures, Microsoft, and Wilhelmsen, Studio 30 50 conducts cohorts for pre-idea founders and early-stage start-ups, with a focus on MaritimeTech. The upcoming cohort in Copenhagen aims to connect industry leaders and drive start-up formation through experimentation and development. Applications for the May 2024 cohort are still open... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Containerised hydrogen systems clear hurdles for maritime use
One onboard compressed hydrogen fuel-cell system has received approval in principle (AiP), while another hydrogen-electric system demonstrated emissions-free power production at a Swedish port. Norwegian technology developer TECO 2030’s compressed hydrogen fuel-cell systems have received an AiP from classification society DNV... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Fishing and Chemical Tanker Incidents: Search and Rescue Missions Underway
A Korean chemical tanker capsized off Japan's Mutsure Island, leaving seven crew members missing. Of the 11 crew members on board, four were rescued. The vessel, carrying two Koreans, eight Indonesians, and one Chinese national, was reported tilting due to rough weather. Search and rescue efforts are ongoing... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024



Cargo Vessel Capsizes Enroute to Lakshadweep: Crew Rescued After Three Days at Sea
A cargo vessel carrying construction materials from Mangaluru to Lakshadweep capsized enroute to Agatti island. The eight crew members were saved by fishermen after drifting in water for three days. The crew members were later taken to Kochi by the Coast Guard. Inclement weather has caused similar incidents in the past... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Mar-2024


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