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Houthis Threaten Saudi Arabia Over U.S. Military Actions
The Yemen-based Houthi militants renewed their threats against Saudi Arabia, warning it not to support US strikes against the group. “We have sent a message to Saudi Arabia that it will be a target if it allows American fighter jets to use its territory or airspace in their aggression on Yemen,” Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, a member of the Houthis’ Supreme Political Council, said in an interview with Al-Masirah TV... -gCaptain

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Pirates demand $5mn ransom for release of Bangladeshi crew
Pirates have demanded a staggering $5 million (₹420 million) for release of 23 Bangladeshi crew held captive aboard the ship MV Abdullah. The Bangladeshi-flagged vessel was seized earlier this month while en route from Mozambique to the United Arab Emirates, and subsequently taken to Somalia by the pirates... -WION

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



The first global CO2 charge at the IMO meeting is on the horizon
The shipping industry faces a groundbreaking development: a global levy on greenhouse gas emissions. The International Maritime Organization is moving toward implementing this mandatory measure by 2027. Questions remain about its impact and implementation, with various proposals and uncertainties surrounding pricing and distribution of funds... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Singapore launches the world’s first ammonia-powered ship.
Australian mining company Fortescue celebrated the first use of ammonia as marine fuel in the Port of Singapore. The ship, Fortescue Green Pioneer, underwent a seven-week fuel test with liquid ammonia. Ammonia's potential as a marine fuel can aid the energy transition in the maritime sector. The successful test sets a significant milestone... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



LR highlights ammonia marine fuel requirements
A new Lloyd’s Register (LR) report has emphasized the need for industry-wide knowledge of operational and safety difficulties when using ammonia as a marine fuel for the maritime energy transition. According to the report, adopting efforts to construct a framework now will allow the sector to avoid delays and build on the strong technological case for ammonia adoption... -Port Technology International

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



IBF Designates Red Sea and Gulf of Aden as Warlike Area
The death of three crew members on the True Confidence due to a Houthi attack has led the IBF to designate the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden as 'warlike'. With three others critically injured, the IBF urges caution for ships in the area to ensure the safety of seafarers from further attacks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Indian Coast Guard Ship Conducts Pollution Exercise in Manila with Philippine Coast Guard
The Indian Coast Guard ship Samudra Paheredar arrived in Manila's South Harbor for a maritime pollution exercise with the Philippine Coast Guard. The exercise aims to enhance cooperation on future oil spill incidents, with the ICG's specialized vessel designed for containing, recovering, and dispersing oil spills. Bilateral cooperation between the two countries is strengthened through this initiative... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Ship Recycling Industry Faces Tonnage Shortage at Major Destinations
The shortage of tonnage in major ship recycling destinations persists, with some hope for improvement by 2024. India faces challenges such as fluctuating steel prices and competition from cheap Chinese steel, impacting the struggling ship recycling sector. Meanwhile, dry bulk freight rates continue to unexpectedly thrive... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Surface Effect Ship Designed for Crew Transfer Vessels
ESNA and Strategic Marine have partnered to develop a SES CTV for offshore wind applications. The vessel combines air cushion and twin hulls for higher speed, increased wave height, and reduced fuel consumption. Construction is set to begin in late 2024. The agreement also includes collaboration for promoting SES technology in various markets... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Innovative VR and XR Solutions Revolutionize Maritime Training
The partnership between TechMarine and Vortex Corp is revolutionizing maritime training with innovative VR and XR technologies. This collaboration aims to provide cost-efficient, immersive training solutions for the maritime sector, addressing the shortage of skilled professionals and enhancing educational outcomes... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Svitzer and MAN collaborate on methanol tug engine testing
The MoU between MAN Energy Solutions and Svitzer focuses on developing a methanol-fuelled version of the MAN 175D engine, designated 175DF-M. The agreement aims to install the engine on one of Svitzer's newbuild tugs. Next steps include finalizing details for the fuel-supply system, engine-room design, and performance optimization... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Ship financing speeds the age of greener propulsion
When the Pyxis Ocean cargo ship fitted with giant, rigid sails set out on its maiden voyage from China to Brazil in August 2023, it may well have heralded the end of the era of the combustion engine in shipping that has lasted since the 1850s. The Pyxis Ocean will soon be followed by about 50 other commercial vessels currently having sails fitted in a bid to slash their use of bunker fuel... -Ship Technology

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Canada tries to combat aging marine shipping workforce with online 'ocean school'
Canada's marine shipping workforce is aging, and in need of an influx of young workers. The industry and National Film Board of Canada have launched a new campaign targeting 11 to 17 year olds in an effort to spur on more of an interest in the sector as a possible career... -Yahoo News UK

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Red Sea diversions keep shipping emissions at ‘dangerously high’ levels: report
The container shipping industry’s CO2 emissions, which increased to 230 million tons in 2023 — almost one-quarter of the total of 1 billion tons for all maritime shipping — are dangerously high and climbing, according to a new report from consultancy AlixPartners... -JOC.com

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Panama-flagged tanker hit by projectile off Yemen in Red Sea incident
A Panama-flagged crude oil tanker caught fire after being struck by an unidentified projectile off Yemen, with the incident happening in the Red Sea. The UK Maritime Agency reported the fire was extinguished by the crew, with the vessel and crew reported safe as it continued to its next port of call... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Possible Lightning Strike Causes Funnel Fire on Carnival Cruise Ship
Carnival Freedom experienced a funnel fire at sea in the Bahamas, with no injuries reported. Passengers heard a loud boom before seeing the fire, possibly caused by a lightning strike. The ship turned into rain storms to extinguish the fire, with a portion of the funnel falling onto the deck. The ship is now heading to Freeport, with no impact expected on the next voyage... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024



Two crew members killed in engine room explosion on cruise ship in Bahamas
Two crew members on a luxury cruise ship died in an 'explosion' in the Bahamas. The incident occurred on the Nieuw Amsterdam, a Holland America ship with a capacity of 2,100 passengers. The crew members were fatally scalded by steam in an engine room accident, prompting an investigation by authorities... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:26-Mar-2024


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