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NOAA s research ship grounding, Seattle
Research ship RAINIER contacted bottom and concrete wall on Apr 16 in Lake Washington Ship Canal, Seattle, USA, damaging one of propellers and sustaining other, minor, damages dents and scratches. The estimated cost of damage remains unknown, says The Seattle Times. As of Apr 18, the ship remained in Seattle.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



Ship with drunk Russian Master detained in Great Belt
General cargo ship RIX PARTNER movements in Great Belt arouse suspicions at Vessel Traffic Control Center at around midnight LT Apr 17, the ship was approaching Great Belt Bridge from north, being en route from Frederiksvaerk Denmark to Papenburg Germany. A police boat was sent to check the ship, police and Navy team boarded the ship, finding Russian Master, seemingly drunk, at ship s control. RIX PARTNER was brought to anchor south of bridge, as of morning Apr 18 she was still at anchor. Blood test was carried out.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



Scorpio Bulkers Agrees Refinancing for Ultramax
Monaco-based shipping company Scorpio Bulkers has entered into a financing deal related to its Ultramax vessel SBI Tango. As part of the transaction, agreed with an unaffiliated third party in Japan, the company will sell the 2015-built Ultramax dry bulk ship for a consideration of USD 19 million and then lease it back from the buyer through a five-year bareboat charter agreement at a rate of USD 5,400 per day.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



All Italian Ports to Strike Today
A nation-wide strike has been announced for today in Italian ports following a fatal accident at the Port of San Giorgio di Nogaro. The strike will last for one hour after the end of each shift across Italian ports, the country s labor union federation Filt Cgil and Uiltrasporti union said.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



Five cruise ships at Palma
Thousands of tourists from five cruise ships flocked into Palma de Mallorca s old town on April 12 - a mighty big crowd for so early in the season. The five cruise ships - MEIN SCHIFF, AIDA AURA, COSTA MEDITERRANEA , COSTA VICTORIA and MSC ORCHESTRA - have a total capacity of nearly 11,000 passengers and had all docked on the same day. Only a few days previously, the locals had demonstrated against the arrival of the world s largest cruise liner, the SYMPHONY OF THE SEAS. For years, Palma s municipal authorities have been trying to ease the pressure on the town s tourist attractions and infrastructure by spreading the arrival of cruise ships more evenly throughout the week

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



New Zealand First to Introduce Biofouling Standard for Ships
From May 15, all commercial and recreational vessel operators will have to show they have managed biofouling on their vessels before they enter New Zealand waters. New Zealand will thus become the first country in the world to introduce a nationwide standard for biofouling. The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has released a new guidance to help vessel operators understand the new rules and how they can comply.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



RPT-UPDATE 1-LPG, fuel oil tankers collide off Singapore coast
Singapore s Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) said it is investigating a collision between two tankers in Singapore waters on Tuesday that led to a leak of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from one of the ships. An estimated 1,796 tonnes of butane gas leaked from the LPG tanker involved but this posed no danger to shipping and measures had been taken by the ship s crew to stop the leak, MPA said in a statement.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



NMEA and RTCM announce combined conference and expo
The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) and the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM) will hold their annual international convention together at the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., on Sept. 25-28. Registration will open on Wednesday, May 9, at 2 p.m. Eastern time. The combined NMEA/RTCM Conference & Expo is the largest industry trade event focusing strictly on marine electronics. The combined meeting will be held within the framework of the 2018 NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo. By combining the events, attendees will have an opportunity to participate in technical and education sessions offered by both organisations.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



Credits: boatingindustry.com

First India-Nordic Summit calls for free trade and rules based global order
India and five Nordic countries on Tuesday reaffirmed the importance of free trade as a catalyst for achieving inclusive growth and realising the Sustainable Development Goals amid rising protectionist tendencies displayed powerful economies. The six Prime Ministers at their first ever summit jointly hosted by India and Sweden also acknowledged that terrorism and violent extremism are major challenges for the international community.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



International Maritime Organization agrees to first long-term plan to curb emissions
The International Maritime Organisation agreed Friday on its first ambitious strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the international shipping sector to meet the Paris Agreement goals. The agreement benefited from input and analysis from the International Energy Agency, specifically being in line with projections from the IEA s Beyond 2C Scenario (B2DS). The IMO strategy includes a target to reduce carbon emission by at least 50% compared with 2008 levels by 2050. This strategy will have far-reaching consequences for a sector that has traditionally faced significant barriers to innovations.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



NAMIC partners with MPA Singapore to develop 3D printing applications for maritime sector
The National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) and the Maritime Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on digitalisation and advanced manufacturing in the Maritime sector, specifically on development of 3D printing applications. NAMIC is also collaborating with Skills Future Singapore (SSG) to develop skilled professionals in additive manufacturing. NAMIC is a national initiative in Singapore which aims to increase Singapore s adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) or 3D printing technologies, by nurturing promising AM technologies and startups, as well as accelerating translation R&D from public sector funded institutions with a focus on commercial applications.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



Adani Ports signs deal with IOC to offer LNG regasification services
Gautam Adani-led Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) has signed a long-term agreement with Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to provide liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification services at its upcoming LNG import terminal at Dhamra in Odisha. According to the contract, IOC has booked 3 million tonne per annum (mtpa) regasification capacity spread over 20 years and IOC plans to supply this gas to its refineries in Paradip in Odisha and Haldia in West Bengal, the company said.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



Credits: www.bunkerportsnews.com

Qatar to Invest in Iran s Southern Ports
Qatar plans to invest in the development of southern ports of Iran to help expand economic cooperation and increase bilateral trade, the director of Qatar Ports Management Company said at a press conference in Bushehr earlier this week. "Qatar has long-term plans to increase trade ties with Iran and invest in its southern ports, which have an economic advantage for both countries We firmly seek expansion of bilateral relations and nothing can change our strategic decision for expanding ties with Iran," Mohammad Al-Khanji was also quoted as saying by Iran s Ports and Maritime Organization s website.

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



Credits: www.bunkerportsnews.com

Shipping Min prepares 42-point agenda to simplify export-import operation at ports
Carrying out export-import operations via sea route is set to become easier with the union shipping ministry working on 42 amendments in the port operations to simplify cargo maneuvers. "Out of the four pillars under Sagarmala, two of them (port modernisation and development and port connectivity) focus on removing bottlenecks to bring ease of doing business," a senior government official told Moneycontrol adding, "So, for this, 42 items have been identified across all major ports which relate to ease of doing business".

Posted On:18-Apr-2018



Credits: www.bunkerportsnews.com