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Search and Rescue Operations for Missing Fishermen off Cape Town Coast
Search and rescue operations were underway in South Africa for 11 fishermen missing at sea after their ship sank off Cape Town. Nine were rescued by a lifeboat, while five fishing vessels assisted in the operation. The cause of the sinking remains unknown... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



Romanian Rescue Teams Search for Missing Crew of Sunk Cargo Ship in Black Sea
Romanian rescue teams are searching for three missing crew members of a cargo ship that sank off the Black Sea coast. The Tanzania-flagged Mohammad Z sank 26 nautical miles off the Romanian Danube village of Sfantu Gheorghe. Eight members were rescued, and efforts continue to locate the missing Syrian nationals... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



Jeddah University to Enroll Women in Maritime Studies Programs for the First Time
King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah announced that it will be enrolling women in its maritime studies programs for the first time, as reported by the Saudi Press Agency on Saturday. In line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, which aims to diversify the economy and increase opportunities for women in various professions,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



BRIN Indonesia Builds National Research Vessels for Deep-Sea Exploration
BRIN is constructing two national research vessels to enhance Indonesia's deep-sea research capabilities. These vessels will focus on marine geoscience, oceanography, biodiversity, and seabed mapping. BRIN aims to support deep-sea research activities in Indonesia and collaborate with government and business entities for a national research vessel fleet... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



Winds of Change for Energy Ports
The global production of energy has taken a new twist: It has to be cleaner. Reducing carbon emissions and reaching “net zero” targets are terms becoming commonplace in the energy industry’s vocabulary. Several U.S. ports that handle petroleum products or lease land to energy-producing companies are becoming more involved in the emissions reduction scenario,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:20-May-2024



Fiji Celebrates International Day of Women in Maritime: Promoting Gender Equality and Safety in the Industry
The International Day of Women in Maritime celebrates the empowerment of women in the maritime sector. Minister Tuisawau emphasized the need for men to support women's advancement in a male-dominated industry. The theme "Safe Horizons: Women Shaping the Future of Maritime Safety" highlights women's significant contributions to maritime safety and industry growth... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



The Rise of Female Cadets in the Maritime Industry
The Columbia Group in Limassol, Cyprus, has launched a female cadet mentoring program to empower and integrate women in the maritime industry, recognizing the need for greater gender equality. While the program has been successful in providing support and creating a more inclusive environment,.. Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



2024 Women in Maritime Day Program Emphasizes Quality Education & Training
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) established the International Day for Women in Maritime in 2021, celebrated on 18th May to acknowledge the struggles and contributions of women in the shipping industry. The theme for 2024 is “Safe Horizons: Women Shaping the Future of Maritime Safety”. Despite efforts, women make up less than 2% of seafarers globally,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



Indian Seafarers Facing Crisis of Abandonment: Report
A recent report shows Indians are the most abandoned seafarers for the second year in a row, with 411 already abandoned in less than six months. The International Transport Workers’ Federation is set to record a higher number of abandoned vessels this year compared to 2023. Maritime Coordinator highlights the issue of wage theft and underpayment among seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



MoPSW in India Celebrates Intl Women in Maritime Day
The Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways celebrated International Women in Maritime Day in New Delhi, honoring women seafarers' contributions. The theme for this year was "Safe Horizons: Women in Shaping the Future of." The event recognized the vital role of women in the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



Oil Tanker Registered in Panama Attacked Near Yemen
A Panamanian-flagged crude oil tanker was attacked near the Yemeni Red Sea port of Mocha, British security firm Ambrey reported. The ship was hit by a missile, causing a fire on board. Other vessels were warned to be cautious in the area. Houthi attacks in the Red Sea have disrupted global shipping... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024



Deendayal Port Makes History with Indigenous Freight Wagons
Deendayal Port Authority, Kandla, celebrated a milestone in Indian logistics and maritime industries with the arrival of vessel MV OLIVIA at Cargo Jetty No 15. The loading of indigenous "Made in India" freight wagons emphasizes the port's advanced infrastructure and operational excellence, showcasing India's manufacturing and export capabilities... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-May-2024


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