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India: Rajnath Singh launches India-made ’Surat’ and ’Udaygiri’ warships in Mumbai
Defence minister Rajnath Singh launched two made-in-India warships ’Surat’ and ’Udaygiri’ at the Mazagon Docks in Mumbai on Tuesday. This is the first time that the two indigenously built warships have been launched together, the Mazgaon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd (MDL) said. Surat is the fourth guided missile destroyer of P15B class, while Udaygiri is the second stealth frigate of P17A class... -Hindustan Times

Posted On:18-May-2022



India: Early administration of precaution dose provision relieves seafarers
Seafarers community on Tuesday expressed relief as the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has approved early administration of precaution dose as required by the destination country, for overseas travellers. Earlier under the National Covid vaccination programme it was available for all adults who have completed nine months or 39 weeks after the second dose... -Herald Goa

Posted On:18-May-2022



Simplify and standardise to support seafarers
New technologies and regulations have the potential to improve safety and seafarer’s lives, but the industry must keep an eye on crew workloads. Ahead of the debut Global Maritime Club Summit, Seatrade Maritime News spoke to panellists for their views on how the industry can improve conditions for seafarers and prepare for the industry of the future... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:18-May-2022



How to avoid collateral damage in a mine threat area
Mines have become an ever-present threat in the Black Sea region due to the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. This article will cover what damage to expect from a mine and what measures can be taken to avoid hitting one or minimising loss of life. The purpose of a mine is to act as an explosive booby trap which ships will hit and be sunk... -Splash 247

Posted On:18-May-2022



Marina slashes certificate fees
THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) slashed the fees for certificates by more than 50 percent to help the seafarers during the pandemic. Marina Memorandum Circular SC-2022-02 provides for the reduction in fees of certificate of proficiency (COP) and certificate of competency (COC), as aids to the seafaring industry, which was impacted by the pandemic... -The Manila Times

Posted On:18-May-2022



Ocean Craft Marine creates first maritime innovation lab
Ocean Craft Marine, a purpose-built rigid hull inflatable boatbuilder and maritime solution provider located in Virginia Beach, Va., recently announced it will invest more than a quarter-billion dollars over the next 10 years establishing the industry’s first independent maritime innovation laboratory... -WorkBoat

Posted On:18-May-2022



First ammonia cracker prototype turns zero-emission shipping into a reality
Helbio, a subsidiary of Sweden-based energy system developer Metacon, has delivered the first “ammonia cracker” prototype to the Norwegian maritime technology company Pherousa Green Technologies. At the same time, Metacon through Helbio decided to increase its shareholding from 5% to 10% in Pherousa... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:18-May-2022



Rescue ship crew face jail for ’helping smugglers’
Staff working for three charities are due before a Sicilian court on Saturday accused of collaborating with smugglers to illegally bring migrants to the EU after their rescue from ill-equipped boats in the Mediterranean Sea. The Italian authorities accuse the 21, who include rescue ship captains and support staff, of crossing the line from running humanitarian missions to helping smugglers with a “ferry service”... -The National

Posted On:18-May-2022



Handling a tanker fire in New York harbour
During the very last days of April, there was a fire aboard the tanker Endo Breeze transiting New York harbour’s Raritan Bay. The vessel had just finished discharging reformate, a blend used to produce motor gasoline, at one of the many terminals in the Arthur Kill, which separates New York and New Jersey. As detailed on a website organized by followers of the local firefighters, the Endo Breeze, Maltese flag, 47,000 dwt, built-2003, caught fire outbound in Raritan Bay... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:18-May-2022



Single window for ship data exchange to become mandatory under FAL treaty amendments
IMO’s Facilitation Committee has adopted amendments to the Facilitation (FAL) Convention which will make the single window for data exchange mandatory in ports around the world. Amongst other matters, the Committee approved guidelines for the prevention and suppression of the smuggling of wildlife on ships engaged in international maritime traffic... -Sea News

Posted On:18-May-2022



GTMaritime celebrates 10000 vessel milestone
GTMaritime has announced that more than 10,000 vessels have now installed its secure maritime data communications software. GTMaritime customers now include some of the largest shipowners and operators in the world with increasing data traffic moving between ship and shore driving a surge in installation requests over the last 12-months... -Digital Ship

Posted On:18-May-2022



Migrant workers ’exploited and beaten’ on UK fishing boats
A third of migrant workers on UK fishing vessels who responded to a research survey work 20-hour shifts, and 35% reported regular physical violence, according to a new study that concludes there is rampant exploitation and abuse on British ships. “Leaving is not possible because I’m not allowed off the vessel to ask for help,” one migrant worker told researchers at the University of Nottingham Rights Lab,.. -The Guardian

Posted On:18-May-2022



UK: More needs to be done to tackle marine pollution, says north MSP
A NORTH MSP has said more needs to be done to tackle marine litter after "an eye-opening visit" to north-west Sutherland. Maree Todd, the SNP MSP for Caithness, Sutherland and Ross, spoke out after a trip to Plastic@Bay, a not-for-profit organisation tackling marine plastic pollution, based in Durness. The north west coast of Scotland is one of the most polluted in Europe, with the majority of plastic collected associated with the marine industry,.. -JohnOGroat Journal

Posted On:18-May-2022



Cruise lines cap ship capacity, close restaurants due to crew shortages
Two Carnival Corporation brands are suffering from crew shortages, but the reasons the lines cite for the lack of extra hands on deck couldn’t be more different. Carnival Cruise Line’s and Cunard Line’s recent moves are likely examples of a broader industry staffing issue that could impact service levels on many cruise ships this spring and summer... -The Points Guy

Posted On:18-May-2022



Autonomous Vessel MAYFLOWER Overcomes Setback and Sets Sail Again
After nearly completing the halfway mark of its pioneering and ambitious journey, the Autonomous vessel MAYFLOWER (MAS400) was diverted to the Azores to diagnose and fix a problem that was causing its power levels to deplete. The project engineers later disclosed that an "isolation switch" that is not integral to the autonomous operation of the ship had failed. The problem seems to have been resolved,.. -Fleetmon

Posted On:18-May-2022



Container ship grounding, Colombia
Container ship MARFRET MARAJO ran aground at around 2040 UTC May 16 in Barranquilla Canal fairway while approaching Barranquilla, on arrival from Cartagena. The ship was refloated at around 0400 UTC May 17, safely reached port and was berthed at 0640 UTC same day. no reports on damages,.. -Fleetmon

Posted On:18-May-2022



Dutch and German cargo ships collision in Lower Weser, both damaged
General cargo ships WALTER HAMMANN and DAGNA collided at around 0010 UTC May 15 in Lower Weser upstream from Nordenham, Germany Dutch freighter DAGNA was sailing upstream, to Brake, while German coaster was sailing downstream, from Bremen. Both ships reportedly suffered serious damages and are in need of repairs... -Fleetmon

Posted On:18-May-2022


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