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Temporary Canal Opens Baltimore Port to Smaller Vessels
The Port of Baltimore struggles to restore commercial shipping after a bridge collapse. Recovery efforts face challenges as a cargo ship with 4,000 containers is stuck under debris. Officials work to clear the port, uncertain of the timeline. Limited shipping resumes, while President Biden plans to assess the situation firsthand... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Indian crew of Dali reported healthy; support provided
A container vessel collided with a key bridge in Baltimore, leaving 20 Indian crew members stranded onboard. The crew is reported to be healthy, with one minor injury treated and discharged. The US authorities are investigating the incident, while efforts are being made to support the crew emotionally and physically... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Impact of ENSO Events on Panama Canal Drought
There has been concern over shipping disruptions through the Panama Canal due to drought conditions. The discussion links these disruptions to ENSO cycles, particularly La Nina causing increased precipitation. Recent forecasts predict the onset of La Nina in 2024, potentially easing restrictions on shipping through the canal... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Cruise Ship Workers Must Pass STI Tests Before Boarding
Cruise ship workers must undergo STI tests before boarding. Crew members reveal that sexual relationships are common onboard, regardless of rank or relationship status. Medical examinations are intense and mandatory. Strict regulations prohibit crew members from engaging in inappropriate relations with guests. Cruise ship jobs offer various opportunities but come with intense work environments... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Warsash Maritime Academy Vandalized, Police Issue Caution
Police are urging parents to monitor their children's activities during the school Easter holiday after thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused to the Warsash Maritime Academy building. Five young people were found nearby and sent home, with police launching an investigation and vowing to identify and deal with offenders... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



India Celebrates National Maritime Week 2024
On March 29, 2024, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was honoured with the ‘Merchant Navy Flag’, pinned on his lapel by Secretary T.K. Ramachandran of the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways. This marked the beginning of the National Maritime Week celebrations, which span from March 29 to April 5... -Adda247

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Indian seafarers excel; Unfair to question their competency due to Baltimore accident
Following the last week’s Baltimore bridge accident involving a container ship manned by the 22 all Indian crew on board, a leading union in the US questioned the competency of Indian seafarers in manning large ships. However, the seafarer community in India strongly refuted the charges, stating that globally Indian seafarers are the most sought after onboard merchant ships... -BusinessLine

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Gorilla Power Solutions: Durable Solar Panels for Marine Environments
Founder Alex Grobler, a marine engineer with 16 years of experience, highlights the importance of durable and efficient solar panels for marine environments. Gorilla Power Solutions offers cutting-edge technology to provide reliable power sources for boats and RVs, harnessing the sun's energy for sustainability on the water... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



MODEC wins contract for Shell’s Gato do Mato FPSO project in Brazil
Tokyo-based MODEC Inc. has secured the FEED contract for Shell's Gato do Mato FPSO project in Brazil. The FPSO will be stationed 250 kilometers off the coast, storing crude oil before transfer. MODEC's expertise in FPSOs in Brazil is highlighted, marking the 19th FPSO project in the country and second for Shell... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Why Does 3D Printed Stainless Steel Corrode in a Marine Environment?
Why is 3D printed 316L stainless steel prone to pitting corrosion in seawater? That is the question researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have been diligently trying to answer. Their thorough study of this metal, utilized in naval applications, aims to uncover the underlying causes of its degradation... -3Dnatives

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Watch Sailcargo Inc. as they revolutionize the shipping industry in Costa Rica
Sailcargo Inc. is revolutionizing shipbuilding by constructing cargo ships out of wood instead of steel, focusing on sustainability. With a commitment to planting 25 trees for every one used in construction, the company aims to reduce the global carbon footprint and minimize waste in their environmentally-focused process... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Fugro Converts Vessel to Methanol Fuel for Decarbonization Efforts
Dutch multinational Fugro is converting its geophysical survey vessel, Fugro Pioneer, to run on methanol, a low-carbon fuel. The vessel will have two of its engines replaced with methanol engines, allowing it to operate in regions where green methanol is not yet available. The conversion is part of a project funded by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Bangladesh River Routes Abandoned Due to Dredging Irregularities
The Bangladesh Inland Transport Authority abandoned ten routes due to irregularities in river dredging, as reported by the Shipping and Communication Reporters Forum. Launches do not operate on these routes, blaming lack of navigability. Environmental activists and experts criticize the lack of transparency and accountability in dredging operations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024



Bulgarian cruise ship crash in Danube lock causes injuries in Austria
Eleven people were injured when a Bulgarian cruise ship crashed into a concrete wall in a Danube lock in the northern Austrian town of Aschach an der Donau. The passengers were traveling from Bavaria to Linz. Six others suffered minor injuries that did not require hospital treatment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Apr-2024


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