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Celebrating National Maritime Day in India
National Maritime Day is celebrated in India on April 5th every year to commemorate the country’s rich maritime history and to honor the contributions of the seafaring community. The day holds great significance as it marks the maiden voyage of the first Indian-owned ship, ‘SS Loyalty’, which set sail from Mumbai to the United Kingdom on April 5, 1919... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Impact of Increasing Ship Sizes on Port Infrastructure and Safety
The Baltimore collision has sparked concerns about aging infrastructure and the increasing size of ships. Safety measures are being reevaluated, with a focus on tug assistance and machinery testing. Port authorities may take a more active role in decision-making to prevent future incidents. Research into ship systems and blackouts is also suggested... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Baltimore Bridge Collapse Raises Concerns Over Fuel Contamination
The Baltimore bridge collapse has brought attention to fuel contamination in shipping, though its connection to the disaster is still unclear. Experts suggest "bad fuel" may have caused power outages on the container ship Dali before it struck the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26 in Maryland... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



MCA Enhances Seafarer Training Survey to Improve Quality
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has revamped the survey for seafarers to provide feedback on their training experience. This initiative aims to enhance strengths, identify weaknesses, and ensure relevant skills for the future. Emphasize is on the importance of hearing from cadets to maintain the UK's reputation for producing skilled seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



India: Kamarajar Port to Become Cape Compliant
Kamarajar port in North Chennai is set to become Cape compliant by investing ₹325 crore in a dredging project. The KPL has issued a global tender for capital dredging to accommodate large Capesize ships. With plans for future growth, KPL aims to expand its cargo handling capacity and develop additional berths for coal and liquid cargo... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Emerging Refit Technology in the Industry
Whether it’s to fulfill IMO guidelines or to speed up your time in the yard, what up-and-coming refit technology can you add to your yard time? In the yachting and refit technology industry, the mandate for diesel particulate filters (DPF) is here, especially due to timelines set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for implementation, with enforcement usually imposed by class... -The Triton

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Asian Shipowners' Association urges the industry to highlight the security in Red Sea
ASA-SNEC urges the shipping industry to continue to highlight the maritime security situation in the Red Sea. While the heightened geopolitical tensions in the region have resulted in increased military presence and maritime patrols to ensure the safety of vessels passing through the area, there is a renewed threat of Piracy off the African coasts... -Sea News

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



India: Ports CPA and KPL Report Strong Financial Performance in FY2024
The financial year ended March 31, 2024, saw the two major ports handling a higher volume of goods, leading to increased operating profits. The CPA reported a nine percent increase to ₹1,056 crore, while KPL reported an eight percent increase to ₹1,060 crore. Both ports saw a significant rise in net surplus as well... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



UCC Research Initiative Aims to Transition Irish Shipping to Low-Carbon Fuels
New UCC-led research is pushing the Irish shipping industry towards low-carbon alternatives with the ShipFuel initiative. Sea traffic transports 90% of Ireland's goods, contributing to 3% of global CO2 emissions. The industry's lag in transitioning from fossil fuels is highlighted by the increasing size and energy use of ships... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Ghana Ports to implement maritime single window initiative starting in April
Plans are underway for the launch of a maritime single window program in Ghana to streamline vessel clearance at ports. This digital platform will enhance information sharing among shipping lines and regulatory agencies, aligning with international standards. Stakeholders are being briefed on the system's benefits and functionality ahead of its phased rollout in April... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Decline in Ship Recycling Rates Expected to Rebound, BIMCO Predicts
Ship recycling rates have hit a two-decade low, with only two million deadweight tons scrapped in the first quarter of 2024. Market shocks and strong demand have extended ship lifespans. BIMCO predicts a resurgence in recycling due to oversupply and increased tanker sector deliveries as new containers flood the market... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



MSC and ONE Lead in Fleet Growth for Refrigerated Containers
Alphaliner's report revealed MSC's fleet grew by 20% last year, installing 583,700 refrigeration connections on 815 ships. Only Ocean Network Express surpassed this growth, increasing cooling ports by 23%. HMM, on the other hand, reduced its refrigeration capacity by 1% due to fleet reduction. European carriers lead in refrigerated cargo capacity... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Online Interaction Held by GSAI to Address Seafarers' Concerns
On March 4th, 2024, a crucial online interaction took place involving key stakeholders in the maritime sector. Directorate General of Shipping Shyam Jagannathan, Secretary of the Director General of Shipping, Daniel Joseph Deputy Director General of Shipping, and Frank Viegas, President of the Goan Seamen Association of India (GSAI), convened to discuss pressing issues affecting seafarers... -Herald Goa

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Indian Coast Guard Rescues Fishing Boat Crew Near Chennai: One Dead, One Missing
The Indian Coast Guard successfully rescued a 10-member fishing boat crew after their vessel was flooded near Chennai. Eight fishermen were saved, but one died and another is missing. The Coast Guard received a distress call and coordinated with merchant vessels to assist in the rescue operation, despite initial reluctance from the fishermen to leave their boat... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024



Tragic Overboard Incident on Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas Cruise Ship
A cruise aboard Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas turned into a nightmare when a young man jumped overboard off the coast of Cuba. His family watched in horror as the 18-story ship's crew and the US Coast Guard launched a search and rescue operation. Overboard incidents on cruise ships are rare but often deadly... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Apr-2024


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