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Croatia: Cruise Ship Stranded for Weeks because of the Coronavirus Docks in Croatia - The National Herald
Croatian authorities say a cruise ship with 756 crew members has docked in the country’s Adriatic Sea town of Dubrovnik after weeks of being stranded at sea because of the new coronavirus.
The Carnival Magic cruise ship will remain at Dubrovnik s port of Gruz Wednesday and Thursday when the crew members will gradually disembark and head to their home countries.

Posted On:21-May-2020



USA: Cruise ships in COVID-19 limbo off California coast - KTAB - BigCountryHomepage.com
Several cruise ships remain docked or anchored in San Diego waters with thousands of employees stuck onboard.
Since March, cruise ships have been under a no-sail order imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It has stopped all cruise ship operations in the U.S.
Some of the vessels have remained anchored in the Pacific Ocean and can easily be seen by people onshore. In fact, the vessels have become a familiar sight for beachgoers.

Posted On:21-May-2020



Ships bring more South Africans home to Cape Town - CapeTown ETC
Two more vessels arrived at the Port of Cape Town this month, bringing home South Africans who have been away from home throughout the lockdown. More ships are scheduled to reach the Mother City s shores in coming days, bringing locals back to their families.
"The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) can confirm the arrival of two passenger vessels at the Port of Cape Town. The vessels, The Crown Princess and the Island princess arrived on the 16th of May 2020 on a scheduled stop," said SAMSA

Posted On:21-May-2020



SA crew members still trapped in limbo on clean cruise ships - Daily Maverick
Like the legendary Flying Dutchman, cruise liners Koningsdam, Grand Princess and many others have been off the western coast of America for over two months, doomed to sail the oceans forever - or so it seems to their crews, desperate to get home.
Stigmatised as hot breeding grounds for the coronavirus, no one wants to let the cruise ships berth and allow the passengers to disembark.
About 160 South Africans are among the crew on board the Koningsdam, which was, finally, to enter the Mexican port of Puerto Vallarta on Wednesday 20 May.

Posted On:21-May-2020



Stranded cargo ship s mostly Filipino crew fighting for $355K in back wages - INQUIRER.net
The 21 mostly Filipino crew members of the cargo ship Evolution, which has been detained off the tip of Charleston peninsula since late January 2020, want to be paid back wages from the proceeds of a proposed sale of the vessel.
Most of the stranded seamen are from the Philippines, except for the two top-ranking officers, who are from Jordan and Lebanon.

Posted On:21-May-2020



India: Goa State unlikely to reduce quarantine time for seafarers - Oherald
The State government is in no mood to reduce the number of quarantine days for the homecoming seafarers. Advocate General Devidas Pangam said the government disagrees with the demand of the seafarers and their families to reduce the quarantine period.
"We have disagreed with the demand to lessen the number of quarantine days. The government decides the quarantine period which is in their own interest, in the interest of the family members of the very same seafarers and the people at large," Pangam told the media on Thursday.

Posted On:21-May-2020



Cruise ship crew members disembarking in San Diego to fly to Barbados - The San Diego Union-Tribune
The Celebrity Millennium and Eclipse cruise ships, which have been in San Diego since late March, were to disembark more than 340 crew members Wednesday so that they can take private chartered flights to the Caribbean as part of an effort to return them to their homes.
While the two ocean liners departed San Diego nearly two weeks ago for Puerto Vallarta where they had planned to disembark some crew members, that never happened and the ships have since returned, according to the Port of San Diego.

Posted On:21-May-2020



Crane Catches Fire At The Durban Multi-Purpose Terminal
Transnet Port Terminals reports an unfortunate incident where a mobile harbour crane caught fire at the Durban Multi-Purpose Terminal. The incident happened in the early hours of this morning. No injuries were sustained and the crane operator was safely evacuated from the machine. The vessel on berth was also safely moved to outer anchorage.

Posted On:21-May-2020


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