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Chinese longliner with 30 crew capsized in Indian ocean
Fishing vessel LU PENG YUAN YU 028 with 30 crew at 0900 UTC May 16 spotted capsized in Indian ocean south of Maldives. No news on crew fate so far. Vessel left Cape Town on May 3, destination probably Busan... -FleetMon

Posted On:17-May-2023



International Forum Examines LGBTIQ+ Rights In The Maritime Industry
A forum organised by a Newcastle University student aims to improve the visibility and rights of LGBTIQ+ people in the shipping industry. It has been organised by Panamanian PhD student Gustavo Abdiel Aguilar-Miranda, who worked in the sector before joining Newcastle University’s School of Modern Languages to study for a doctorate...  Marine Insight

Posted On:17-May-2023



Maersk readies Filipino crew for methanol-fueled vessels
A.P. Moller-Maersk has started upskilling Filipino seafarers with its groundbreaking order of 19 state-of-the-art methanol-enabled vessels aimed at "greening" its entire operations. The international shipping giant partnered with GigaMare Inc. to train Filipino seafarers in its Subic Bay facility... -The Manila Times

Posted On:17-May-2023



Political instability threatens maritime decarbonization: ICS Report
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Maritime Barometer Report 2022-2023 reveals that uncertainty over fuel availability and infrastructure puts at risk ambitions to meet decarbonization targets, reinforcing the need for a clear plan of action to mitigate risk... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:17-May-2023



Researchers find wreckage of Blythe Star after 50 years
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has located the sunken wreck of the Blythe Star, a freighter that disappeared off the coast of Tasmania 50 years ago. The ship capsized without warning during a voyage from Hobart to King Island in 1973, with crew members abandoning the vessel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-May-2023



Malfunctioning container ship is safely anchored in New Zealand
The container ship Shiling, which lost power and steering off the coast of New Zealand last week, will be towed to Wellington by deep-sea tug Scandi Emerald, according to Maritime New Zealand. Shiling, registered in Singapore, has a capacity of 5,028 TEU and 24 crew members... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-May-2023



How shared data can align maritime decision-makers
The upheaval of the past few years has created an existentially challenging environment for the companies that keep trade moving. Ship owners, operators, and charterers face several complex market factors,.. -Ship Technology

Posted On:17-May-2023



Rare 1,800-year-old Roman-era marble cargo discovered by Israeli swimmer
A rare, enormous cargo of 1,800-year-old marble artifacts has been discovered in the coastal waters north of Netanya in Israel’s northern-central region. This is the first cargo of its kind known to come from the eastern Mediterranean. The cargo weighed about 44 tons, and included Corinthian capitals adorned with floral patterns,.. -All Israel News

Posted On:17-May-2023



Sinking sailboat crew rescued off NC coast by US Coast Guard
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued at least one person from a sinking sailboat off the coast of North Carolina Monday, it said. The incident was reported Monday and involved Coast Guard ships and an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Elizabeth City, according to a Tuesday news release from the Coast Guard... -CBS17.com

Posted On:17-May-2023



Philippines and Indonesia spearhead training programs for seafarers
The Philippines and Indonesia, which are home to just under 21% of the world’s crew members, are taking action to support their seafarers in developing modern skill sets as shipping decarbonizes. With 252,392 of the world’s seafarers, the country’s taking steps to shift its training systems towards low and zero-carbon society... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:17-May-2023



Driving digital transformation with reliable satellite connectivity
Digital transformation is rapidly taking place in the maritime industry, with fleet owners and operators using technology to manage and comply with safety and environmental regulations, supply chain disruptions, labor shortages, and the demand for goods transportation by sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-May-2023



PH, Canada enter reciprocity agreement for STCW CoC
FILIPINO seafarers and their Canadian counterparts can now apply for endorsements from the respective countries for their Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping (STCW) Certificate of Competency (CoC). This means Filipino seafarers can now be hired as crew onboard Canadian-flagged vessels... -The Manila Times

Posted On:17-May-2023



The Green Corridor for iron ore between Australia and Asia could include 20 ships by 2030
A report commissioned by the West Australia-East Asia Iron Ore Green Corridor Consortium, which includes BHP and Rio Tinto among its members, has identified ammonia as the safest fuel option for its project aimed at deploying zero-emissions ships by 2028 on iron ore trade routes between Western Australia and East Asia... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-May-2023



Bridge building at sea: The growing role of marine engineers
Marine engineering is an exciting field that is growing rapidly. As the world becomes more connected, there is a growing need for professionals who can design, build and maintain the infrastructure that enables global trade and transportation. One of the most important challenges for marine engineers today is the construction of bridges at sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-May-2023



Seafarers should be fairly treated: ASA
In its 32nd Annual General Meeting, on 16 May 2023, in Shanghai, Asian Shipowners’ Association (ASA) focused on many aspects of the challenges and constraints including safety at sea, manpower and decarbonisation... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:17-May-2023



Japanese consortium successfully tests ammonia-fuelled engine
A consortium of NYK Line, IHI Power Systems, Nihon Shipyard, Japan Engine Corporation, and ClassNK have developed an ammonia-powered engine for global shipping. As part of the Green Innovation Fund Project, tests of the engine have started on the ammonia-fuelled four-stroke marine engine for the main engine of coasters,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-May-2023



Wrongly Accused: Seafarers’ Fight Against Criminalization
For seafarers around the world, criminalization is not just a legal issue, it is a matter of life and death. Many seafarers have been wrongly accused of crimes they did not commit, leading to legal battles that have resulted in harsh prison sentences and a ruined reputation. In recent years, seafarers and their advocates have stood up against this injustice... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-May-2023



Asian seafaring centers push new technology
The Philippines and Indonesia are working to prepare their seafarers for a low-carbon and zero-carbon maritime sector. Both countries are modernizing their training systems to provide the right kind of education and training so that future generations of seafarers are competent and ready to handle new onboard technologies... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-May-2023



India: APMB secures high hopes on 4 Greenfield ports
With the fast-tracking of work on four new ports being developed in Andhra Pradesh under the aegis of AP Maritime Development Board (APMB), taking advantage of its 974-km long coastline, the State Government is confident of accelerating the pace of port-led development... -India Shipping News

Posted On:17-May-2023



India emerging as a credible maritime player in Southeast Asia
The Indian Navy co-hosted the inaugural ASEAN-India Maritime Exercise (AIME) with the Republic of Singapore Navy from 2–8 May 2023, with the aim to further strengthen the India-ASEAN defence cooperation. This exercise seeks to “promote maritime cooperation and enhance trust, friendship, and confidence amongst ASEAN and Indian Navies”... -Observer Research Foundation

Posted On:17-May-2023


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