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Houthis Attack American and Israeli Ships in Latest Update
Houthi fighters in Yemen have reportedly attacked two American ships and an Israeli ship, marking the first such attack in over two weeks. The group's military spokesman announced the targeting of the US ship Maersk Yorktown, an American destroyer in the Gulf of Aden, and an Israeli ship MSC Veracruz in the Indian Ocean... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Rising Demand for LNG to Power Ships Expected in 2023
Demand for LNG as ship fuel is rising at attractive prices due to more dual-fuel ships entering the global fleet. LNG prices in Singapore are offered at significant discounts compared to VLSFO. The steady supply and demand balance is expected to continue throughout the year, driving growth in LNG bunkering... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Comment: Ships’ crews hold keys to decarbonisation
The shipping industry is responsible for a significant proportion of all global emissions caused by human activity - in 2018 this stood at around 3% with CO2 emissions projected to at least double by 2050 without industry-wide decarbonisation initiatives. Harriet Hunnisett-Johnson, Head of Maritime at Signol, explains how crew behaviour can unlock emissions reductions at sea... -The Engineer

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Philippines Bans Seafarers from Red Sea Amid Houthi Threats
The Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) has banned Filipino seafarers from boarding foreign vessels in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden due to safety concerns. This order comes after recent attacks on ships in the region, with measures in place to ensure seafarers' safety and the right to refuse sailing... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Wärtsilä Opens Expertise Centre in Navi Mumbai
Technology group Wärtsilä has relocated its Expertise Centre in Navi Mumbai, India to provide remote support for its Middle East & Asia customers. By integrating data sources, the Centre aims to improve asset efficiency and customer experience. Utilizing AI, Wärtsilä aims to enhance asset availability and reliability through real-time collaboration... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



The Indian seafarer deserves better in choppy high seas
WAmid rising safety concerns among Indian seafarers following the recent attacks on commercial ships in sensitive geographical areas such as the Red Sea and the Strait of Hormuz, India submitted three papers to the 111th Session of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Legal Committee (LEG), which is from April 22 to 26, 2024... -The Hindu

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Warsash Maritime School Receives GMDSS Simulator Donation from Inmarsat Maritime
Inmarsat Maritime has generously donated a bridge simulator to Warsash Maritime School in Southampton, UK. The simulator, previously at Inmarsat's London headquarters, allows students to practice distress situations in a safe environment. This donation reflects Inmarsat's commitment to maritime safety and education, aiming to save lives at sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Suez Canal Authority Saves Tanzanian-flagged Cargo Ship and Crew from Sinking
The Suez Canal Authority successfully rescued the Tanzanian cargo ship Labatros from sinking, with 12 crew members on board. The vessel, en route to Al-Adabiya Port, was stabilized by rescue units during its transit through the canal. Efforts are ongoing to assess the ship's condition and prevent potential marine pollution... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Shipbreaking in South Asia: Safety Concerns and Call for Action
Shipbreaking in South Asia remains hazardous, with recent fatalities and injuries. In Pakistan, two workers were killed at Dewan Shipbreaking, highlighting the lack of safety measures. The NGO Shipbreaking Platform reports 449 deaths and 408 injuries since 2009. They provide healthcare and training for injured workers, seeking donations for vocational rehabilitation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Maersk Training and Green Marine Partner for Sustainable Maritime Fuel Training
Maersk Training and Green Marine have teamed up to create Maersk Training powered by Green Marine, offering training solutions for sustainable maritime fuels, starting with methanol. This partnership aims to equip seafarers with the skills needed for the industry's green transition. The comprehensive curriculum covers technical training,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Malaysia seizes two ships for illegal anchoring in Johor waters
Two ships and 44 crew members were arrested in Malaysia for alleged illegal anchoring. The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency seized a tanker and cargo ship in separate locations. The vessels did not have permits to anchor in Johor waters. This crackdown is part of Malaysia's efforts to ensure vessels comply with laws... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Causes and Prevention of Towboat Flooding Incident in New Orleans
An open overboard shutoff valve and a failed check valve caused the sinking of the towboat Joanne Marie at a New Orleans shipyard. The incident occurred during layup, with no crew or power onboard. The vessel was partially submerged but successfully refloated with $175,000 in damages. Lessons learned led to checklist modifications for vessel layup procedures... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Norwegian Cruise Line Unveils Norwegian Aqua Mega Ship and Expansion Plans
Norwegian Cruise Line celebrated the float out of the upcoming mega cruise ship, the Norwegian Aqua, at Fincantieri in Italy. The ship, set to debut in 2026, is part of the company's revised strategy to enhance passenger amenities and capacity. The Aqua will feature a hybrid rollercoaster and waterslide, among other upgrades... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Merchant Ship, Crew Reported Safe After Incident off Djibouti
The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) agency said on Wednesday that a merchant vessel and its crew were reported safe after an incident 72 nautical miles east southeast off the port of Djibouti. UKMTO said in an updated advisory note that the master of the vessel had reported an explosion in the water a distance from the vessel... -MarineLink

Posted On:25-Apr-2024



Four crew members missing after vessel sinks near bridge
Chinese authorities are searching for four missing crew members after their vessel sank near a bridge over the Xijian River. Seven out of 11 crew members were rescued. The incident occurred during heavy rain and flooding, with reports of at least 10 missing individuals and four deaths. The vessel collided with a bridge pillar, causing it to sink... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:25-Apr-2024


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