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Indian Coast Guard conducts Maritime SAR Exercise
No. 1 Coast Guard District (South Gujarat, Daman & Diu) conducted a Regional level Maritime Search and Rescue seminar/workshop followed by a sea exercise on 19 March 2024. The event was aimed at revalidating the procedure and policies established for responding to maritime SAR by all maritime stakeholders and check the readiness on training of maritime SAR... -DeshGujarat

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Saudi Arabia boosts its maritime connectivity with India
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz Port has strengthened connections to India’s nautical hubs thanks to increased cooperation between two Gulf maritime bodies. The Saudi Ports Authority announced that Safeen Co., has added the Dammam facility to its new UAE-India-Gulf service - a maritime trade route connecting India and the wider Arabian region... -Arab News

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Methanol-Fueled Ships Pose Fire Safety Challenges: Study
Interest in methanol-fueled ships is growing, but a fire safety study by Survitec reveals existing methods are not equipped for methanol fires. Traditional water mist systems are ineffective on methanol fires due to their aggressive nature and different properties. Retrofitting existing vessels for methanol would require a complete overhaul of fire-fighting arrangements... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Challenges in Attracting Local Maritime Talent in Singapore
The confined space on the ship necessitates manual labor, ruling out automation. Singapore lacks a large pool of local talent for the maritime industry, with many quitting due to harsh conditions. ASMI calls for a focus on attracting locals to prevent potential workforce shortages in the sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Four common machinery issues in the marine sector
The marine industry in the UK has a massive impact on the economy and jobs, generating over £9bn and supporting over 38,000 jobs. Making sure that processes are efficient to avoid downtime impacting the output is important, and being able to identify the common machinery issues that could affect this can help with predictive maintenance strategies... -The Manufacturer

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Sri Lanka: National Seafarers’ Day announced
The National Seafarers' Day was officially declared today by the Ports, Shipping and Aviation Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva. The event was held at the Shangri-la Hotel this morning. The official day was gazetted declaring the 21st of March as the National Seafarers' Day in recognition of the invaluable service of the Sri Lankan Seafarer to the global economy and trade... -dailymirror.lk

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Norwegians to build ‘first of its kind’ energy subsea construction vessel
Norwegian shipping company Rem Offshore has placed an order with compatriot Myklebust Verft for the construction of an energy subsea construction vessel (ESCV) said to be the first of its kind to perform heavy construction work in both offshore wind and subsea with net zero emissions... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Oil Tanker Charter Rates Rising Due to Global Shipping Disruptions
Rising oil tanker charter rates are causing global shipping disruptions, forcing shippers to take longer-term vessel charters. Detours due to European sanctions on Russian exporters, attacks in the Red Sea, and low water levels in the Panama Canal have increased travel times and costs by up to 26%. Some companies are opting for longer duration charters to save money... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Governor Unveils New Book Highlighting Kolkata’s Maritime History
Governor C V Ananda Bose unveiled the book 'Horizons' in Kolkata, highlighting the city's maritime history and 150-year-old port. The book, marking the 50-year journey of the Association of Shipping Interests in Calcutta, features interviews, articles, and messages from dignitaries like Amitabh Bachchan, who started his career in the shipping industry in Kolkata... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Filipino Seafarers Protected in Red Sea and Gulf of Aden War-Like Zones
The Department of Migrant Workers is pushing to classify the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden as "war-like" zones, allowing Filipino seafarers to refuse sailing in dangerous areas. This move prioritizes the safety and rights of seafarers, following incidents of attacks by Huthi rebels. The DMW will implement mechanisms for seafarers to exercise their rights... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Challenges and Concerns Surrounding Vadhavan Mega Port Project Implementation
The proposed Vadhavan port in Maharashtra faces new hurdles as the PMO suggests using the Hybrid Annuity Model for its development. This move raises concerns and delays Cabinet approval, impacting the project's timeline. Despite skepticism from industry sources, this model could reshape the port's structure and operation, bringing in private operators for different terminals... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Zero Harm Innovation Partners Program launched by RightShip
RightShip has launched its Zero Harm Innovation Partners Program, aimed at supporting technologies dedicated to achieving a zero harm maritime industry. The program enables collaboration between shipowners, managers, and technology providers to showcase innovative solutions on RightShip's platform... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



International Conference on Shipping & Logistics to be hosted by FTCCI
The Federation of Telangana Chambers of Commerce and Industry announced the upcoming International Conference on Shipping and Logistics in Hyderabad on March 22, 2024. With topics like logistics success case studies and incentives from government policies, the event aims to improve landlocked states' access to global markets and reduce trade costs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Stone Age Sailors Used Catamarans to Cross Mediterranean 7,000 Years Ago
Archaeologists believe Stone Age sailors used catamarans to cross the Mediterranean 7,000 years ago. Excavated from a Neolithic village near Rome, five large carved wooden canoes suggest long-distance excursions. Evidence of “T-shaped” holed objects indicates sailors may have ventured further afield, possibly even creating double-hulled catamarans for safety and capacity... Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Fire breaks out at offshore platform leaving five dead and one missing
Perenco Oil and Gas Gabon, a subsidiary of the Anglo-French oil and gas player Perenco, has reported a fire incident, which took place at its offshore platform located off the coast of Gabon. Based on initial reports, this fire incident, which occurred at Perenco’s Becuna platform on the Simba field offshore Gabon on March 20, 2024, left two injured and five missing... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:22-Mar-2024



Indian Fishermen Missing, Pakistani Sailor Killed in Maritime Incident
Two Indian fishermen went missing and a Pakistani sailor was killed during a confrontation at sea. The incident occurred in Pakistan's Exclusive Economic Zone, where Indian fishing vessels were engaged in fishing activities. Despite rescue efforts, two Indian fishermen remain missing... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:22-Mar-2024


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