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Nations Secure U.N. Global High Seas Biodiversity Pact
Negotiators from more than 100 countries completed a U.N. treaty to protect the high seas on Saturday, a long-awaited step that environmental groups say will help reverse marine biodiversity losses and ensure sustainable development... -gCaptain

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Shipping Companies Reach $97M California Oil Spill Agreement
Shipping companies will pay nearly $97 million to settle a lawsuit with a pipeline operator over a 2021 oil spill off the coast of Southern California, the pipeline company said Wednesday... -usnews.com

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



India: AP long coast set to lead country’s port-based development
Asserting that the multi-modal transport system (MMTS) is the future of logistics, Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal has said Andhra Pradesh with its long coastline is poised to move ahead in the race for development... -The New Indian Express

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Need for cooperation in maritime domain is must: Indian Navy Chief
India’s policy for working with others in the region is based on the principles of respect, dialogue, peace and prosperity, and the vision of SAGAR or security and growth for all in the region... -Hindustan Times

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Spy in the sky might be used to track ghost ships
Ireland: The State is examining satellite technology to help it identify and track ghost ships or lost containers in Irish territorial waters. The Irish Coast Guard is working with EMSA to evaluate “satellite-based options” that can identify potential maritime risks posed by vessels like the MV Alta ghost ship in Cork,.. -Irish Examiner

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Dubai Boat Show Features Electric Sailboat, $318 Million Superyacht
What do buyers of the world’s largest yachts want these days? Same thing that we all wanted more of during pandemic lockdowns: more space and a connection with the outdoors. In addition, owners want to either be environmentally conscious—or at least nod to the future of energy... -gCaptain

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Philippines: Govt to set up Voter Registration Centers for seafarers in select sites abroad
The Philippine Government, led by the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina), and the Commission on Elections (Comelec), is gearing up toward the 2025 mid-term elections. This is in order not to disenfranchise the hundreds of thousands of Filipino seafarers onboard international-going ships with their Right to Suffrage... -The Manila Times

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



India: GSAI petitions CM to make provision for pension scheme in Budget
Will the Goa government make a financial provision to fund the pension scheme for the retired seafarers and widows in the budget estimates for the 2023-24 financial year and make the scheme permanent? The pension scheme for the seafarers and widows is expiring in two-month time in the month of May... -The Goan Everyday

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Nigeria: NLC backs Maritime Workers on 2 weeks ultimatum to FG over refusal to pay seafarers entitlements
The Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC has backed it’s affiliate, Maritime Workers Union, (MWUN) to issue a two weeks ultimatum to the federal government through the Ministries of Transportation and Labour over it’s refusal to pay all monthly entitlements of seaferers in the sector with the effect from Monday, March 6, 2023... -The Niche

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



US Coast Guard, good Samaritans rescue crew of sinking fishing vessel
The Coast Guard and good Samaritans aboard two commercial fishing vessels located and rescued the crew of the 52-foot commercial fishing vessel Sea Smile 545-miles southwest of Hawaii, Friday. The six crewmembers are reportedly in good condition and are making their way to Honolulu aboard the commercial fishing vessel Captain Minh... -U.S. Coast Guard

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



MSC Cruises Partners with ORCA to Reduce Mammal Stikes
MSC Cruises has partnered with marine conservation charity ORCA to reduce the likelihood of collisions with whales, dolphins, and porpoises in oceans worldwide by using a comprehensive ship strike mitigation program for the cruise line’s deck officers... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Why is shipping still not taking Diversity, Equity and Inclusion seriously? - Podcast
EVERY study and every ounce of common sense points to the fact that for any organisation that relies on its people, it should be a strategic priority to broaden your talent pool, enlist a diverse range of skills and perspectives, and make the most of their potential... -Lloyd's List

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Container Ship Refloated In Suez Canal After Breakdown
A container ship that broke down in Egypt’s Suez Canal on Sunday causing some traffic to be diverted has resumed its journey, the Canal Authority said. The authority said in an earlier statement that the MSC ISTANBUL became stranded while transiting the canal on its way from Malaysia to Portugal... -gCaptain

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Fire disabled ferry in English Channel
Fire broke out in engine room of ferry ISLE OF INNISFREE at around 1730 UTC Mar 3 in English Channel. Ferry en route from Dover to Calais, with 94 passengers and 89 crew on board, went NUC and was anchored at around 1810 UTC, fire reportedly was small, and has been quickly contained... -FleetMon

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Timber laden cargo ship developed heavy list, Mediterranean
General cargo ship HASAN developed heavy starboard list at Antalya anchorage, Turkey, Med, on Mar 4, after her cargo of timber shifted. Authorities intend to tow distressed ship to port, working out most safe towage plan. All crew donned lifejackets, mustered in stern area, fearing the ship should capsize... -FleetMon

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Tanker disabled in Gibraltar Strait
Product tanker BLUE SUN encountered engine issues ar around 1130 UTC Mar 4 in Gibraltar Strait, shortly after leaving Algeciras. Tanker was disabled and started to drift, SAR tug LUZ DE MAR (IMO 9320104) responded and approached BLUE SUN. Tanker crew managed to fix problem and re-start engine,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:6-Mar-2023



Container ship EVER LIVELY grounding
Mar 5 UPDATE: Refloated at around 2030 UTC Mar 4, berthed at Buenos Aires at 2130 UTC. The ship ran aground after blackout, not only tugs but dredger as well, have been deployed to free her.
Mar 4: Container ship EVER LIVELY ran aground at around 0300 UTC Mar 4 in Buenos Aires approach channel... -FleetMon

Posted On:6-Mar-2023


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