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JNPA Achieves Record Throughput in FY 2023-24
The total traffic for the financial year 2023-24 at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority (JNPA) reaches 85.82 million tonnes. JNPA achieved a historic milestone with its highest-ever throughput of 6.43 million TEUs, marking a 6.27% increase from the previous year. Chairman Unmesh Sharad Wagh expressed pride in making the port a premier gateway for trade... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



Vessel in Persian Gulf reports electronic interference incident
The UKMTO reported electronic interference on a merchant vessel in the Persian Gulf, a first for the authority. The incident, involving GPS/AIS failure, occurred east of Saudi Arabia. Last year, a warning was issued to ship captains about potential threats. The US Maritime Administration also warned of GPS interference globally... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



New association for maritime nuclear created
A global group of companies with a common interest in developing nuclear energy solutions for the maritime sector have launched Nuclear Energy Maritime Organization (NEMO). To be headquartered in London, NEMO will officially start activities in the second quarter of 2024... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



Dali’s Owners Seek to Limit Liability in Baltimore Accident
Grace Ocean and Synergy Marine deny responsibility for the accident involving their 10,000 teu ship. They filed a petition to consolidate litigation in Baltimore's federal court and cap any liability at the vessel's value. The Limitation of Liability Act of 1851 will determine if they can limit liability based on lack of knowledge... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



Revolutionary Wall-Climbing Robot for Steel Structures in Maritime Operations
A revolutionary wall-climbing robot designed for steel structures has been introduced by MOL, SHI, and MOLSHIP. This robot, tailored for ship inspection and maintenance, passed a demonstration test, earning an Innovation Endorsement Certification from ClassNK. Its agility, imaging capabilities, and precision measurements mark a significant advancement... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



ITF Addresses Unfair Treatment of Seafarers in Maritime Incidents
Learn how the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) is addressing the unjust treatment of seafarers in response to maritime incidents and suspected crimes. Criminalization is a major issue affecting seafarers, with many being detained without fair treatment. The ITF has released a guide to educate and support seafarers facing legal challenges.... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



US Coast Guard Opens Second Temporary Channel near Bridge Collapse Site
The temporary channel has a depth of 14 feet with 280 feet of horizontal clearance and 124 feet vertical clearance. The Key Bridge Response 2024 team is working on removing wreckage using crane barges. Transit is limited to daylight hours at the captain's discretion. The deep draft channel remains the top priority... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



Three Solutions from Gard for Achieving FuelEU Maritime Compliance
Eleni Antoniadou and Neil Henderson from Gard P&I Club offer solutions for FuelEU Maritime compliance. Renewable Fuels of Non-Biological Origin (RFNBOs) are key for long-term compliance. In the near term, biofuels, wind-assisted propulsion systems, and onshore power supply are viable options. Onboard Carbon Capture may be considered in the future... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



Challenges Faced by Nigerian Seafarers in Obtaining International Certification
Seafarers are seeking certification in Ghana due to limitations imposed by NIMASA in Nigeria. The Co-founder of MOFN, Emmanuel Jeremiah, urges the agency to remove restrictions on OOW licenses. Nigerian seafarers face challenges securing foreign employment opportunities due to the lack of MoUs with top shipping nations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



Wartsila’s First Ammonia Marine Engine Set for Delivery in Early 2025
Marine engine maker Wartsila is set to deliver its first ammonia-powered engine for a new ship in early 2025, with larger sales expected in the 2030s. As shippers explore alternative fuels to reduce carbon emissions, interest in ammonia engines is on the rise. The company sees green fuels capturing a portion of the global bunkering market by 2030... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



US considers revoking Houthi terrorist designation amid Red Sea ship attacks
The US may lift the terrorist designation on Yemen's Houthis if ship attacks cease in the Red Sea, aiming for diplomatic solutions. Talks with Oman and Saudi officials indicate a desire for peace and de-escalation. The Houthis could demonstrate goodwill by releasing a kidnapped crew to restart UN peace talks in Yemen... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



South Korea Detains Stateless Cargo Ship to Investigate Sanctions Breaches
South Korea’s Foreign Ministry confirmed media reports that it took the unusual step of detaining a cargo ship that was underway near the port of Yeosu, transiting the waters between Korea and Japan. The move comes as the Seoul government has taken increased unilateral steps against North Korea including sanctioning ships involved in the weapons trade with Russia... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



After Baltimore Bridge Collapse, How Safe is Shipping?
The tragic collapse of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge in the US after it was hit by a container ship, the Dali, has made headlines around the world. In this Q&A, Allianz Commercial Global Head of Marine Risk Consulting, Captain Rahul Khanna, explains the fact that ships are getting bigger can make a number of different events more complicated when they do occur... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:4-Apr-2024



NGO workers die on Gaza aid ships, prompting return to Cyprus
A maritime convoy carrying undelivered food for Gaza returned to Cyprus after World Central Kitchen aid workers were killed in an Israeli airstrike. The cargo ship, originally carrying 240 tons of food, sailed back to Larnaca, Cyprus, after the deadly attack. The aid operation by WCK was suspended after the killings... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Apr-2024


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