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EU: Agreement reached on cutting maritime transport emissions
The Commission welcomes the political agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council that increases the maritime transport sector's contribution to reaching the EU-wide target of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, and to achieving climate neutrality in 2050... -European Commission

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



First Methanol-Ready Cruise Ship Begins Assembly in Finland
Assembly has begun on the first large cruise ship that is being built to be ready for methanol-fueled operations. With the placement of the keel block for Mein Schiff 7 into the dry dock at Meter Turku in Finland the cruise industry is among the shipping pioneers pursuing the emerging alternate fuel... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Maritime recruitment faces diminishing skill pools, passive candidates and brutal counteroffers
Maritime recruiters face multiple moving trends as companies and talent navigate high employment in a post-COVID marketplace. Speaking at CMA Shipping 2023 in Connecticut, Martin Bennell, Managing Director at Faststream outlined current trends in hiring and employment within the maritime industry,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Floating terminals could unlock shortsea shipping potential
Mobile harbours could unlock advantages for shortsea shipping over rail and road, according to a student's prize-winning paper. Speaking at CMA Shipping 2023, Peter Milich of SUNY Maritime College presented his research into the potential benefits of floating mobile harbours for container shipping... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



“K” Line to Install Kite System for Wind-Assisted Propulsion
“K” Line working along with its partner Electric Power Development Company (J-Power) confirmed plans to move forward with what could become the first large, commercial installation of the Seawing, an automated kite system designed to provide supplemental wind-assisted propulsion... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



UK: A better future for cadets
The Cadet Training & Modernisation (CT&M) Programme is currently labouring to improve the experience for UK cadets – including on sea time. Rob Coston looks at the good work being done this year, but also how a funding issue is hampering efforts... -Nautilus International

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



HRAS urges the Australian Government to reinforce its national legislative on seafarer welfare
Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) has released a statement, highlighting that the Australian Government is ”fundamentally failing seafarers and their families in providing a sustainable funding mechanism for onshore welfare facilities embedded in and protected by primary legislation”... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Carbon Capture Study on MR Tanker Gets Go-Ahead from ABS
A consortium of global shipping organizations and OGCI has received AiP from ABS for a demonstration project to use carbon capture on an oil tanker. The project aims to demonstrate the feasibility of technology aboard an MR tanker from Stena Bulk and would be one of the largest studies of its kind... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Burning tanker towed to safety, crew evacuated
Salvors were on alert to support Portuguese authorities in extinguishing a fire on a stricken product tanker at the port Leixoes, Portugal. Three tugboats were mobilised to support attempts to contain the fire, rescue the crew and manoeuvre Malta-flagged tanker Greta K to safety... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



ReCAAP ISC: One incident of armed robbery 14 – 20 Mar
One incident of armed robbery against ships in Asia (CAT 4 incident) was reported to ReCAAP ISC. The incident occurred on board a container ship while anchored at Manila Anchorage, the Philippines. The crew was safe and several ship properties were missing... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Marshall Islands sets new milestone with QUALSHIP 21
The Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) Registry has set a new milestone by achieving 19 consecutive years on the United States Coast Guard’s (USCG’s) QUALSHIP 21 programme. The RMI says it is the only one of the world’s three largest registries to consistently achieve QUALSHIP 21 status... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Managing and measuring the marine fuel transition
The long-term outlook for marine fuels is a complex one and clearly a transition is underway. But it’s less clear is where the transition will lead, how quickly it will happen, or be measured – issues grappled with by speakers at Day 2 of CMA Shipping... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



U.S. Coast Guard blasted for renewing permit of Filipino accused of shipboard rape
More than a year after a merchant marine student said she was raped by a ship supervisor, Edgar Sison, while she was training at sea, U.S. Coast Guard officials filed administrative charges against the accused, but only for alleged alcohol violations... -INQUIRER

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



UK: Freeports must not lead to deregulation and attacks on workers' rights - RMT
Maritime union, RMT has warned that new Freeports must not lead to attacks on working conditions and super exploitation of seafarers in Holyhead, Milford Haven and Port Talbot. The union was reacting to news that two sites in Wales will be gain Freeport status meaning there will be special exemption from tax rates,.. -RMT

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Mumbai: Maritime Board files caveat with NGT over Aksa sea wall
The Maharashtra Maritime Board (MBB) has filed a caveat with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in order to build a sea wall at Aksa beach in Madh, Malad, even as environmentalists have finalised plans to challenge the structure, which they termed ‘anti-nature’ and ‘illegal’... -mid-day.com

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



UK: Legislation aimed at boosting seafarers’ pay gets royal assent
Legislation aimed at boosting seafarers’ pay has passed its final hurdle but may not immediately improve earnings. The Seafarers’ Wages Bill – introduced after P&O Ferries sacked nearly 800 staff in March last year – received royal assent on Thursday... -The Independent

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Seawater-Lubricated Bearings Could Result In Reduced Underwater Radiated Noise
Thordon Bearings has indicated a polymer propeller shaft bearing lubricated by seawater could generate significantly less underwater radiated noise (URN) than metal bearings lubricated by oil... -Marine Insight

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



FuelEU Maritime Marks the ‘Beginning of the End’ for Dirty Fuels in Shipping
Shipping, forwarding and environmental groups have welcomed the world’s first law requiring ships to use sustainable fuel. Following agreement by the European Parliament and Council yesterday, the FuelEU Maritime law will force shipping to use green fuels from 2025, with a review of the legislation due in 2028... -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Mar-2023



Sailing ship with 14 teens ran aground, teens evacuated, Norway
Sailing ship NOORDERLICHT with 26 people on board, including 14 Dutch teens, ran aground on northern coast of Rugholmen island, Norway, north of Trondheim, at around 0130 UTC Mar 23. All but 2 people were evacuated, Captain and Chief Mate remained on board to assist in salvage... -FleetMon

Posted On:24-Mar-2023


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