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Passenger falls overboard from Icon of the Seas
An unidentified guest went overboard while cruising on Royal Caribbean's Icon of the Seas, the world's largest cruise ship. The incident occurred on a 7-night sailing from Miami to Roatan, Honduras. The man was successfully rescued, but details surrounding the incident and the guest's identity remain unclear... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



Can shipping hit IMO 2030 emission target? – reader poll result
The IMO’s GHG emission targets have been criticised for not being ambitious enough but on the other hand some believe the shipping industry will not reach its 2030 target. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set a target of a 20% reduction in total GHG emissions by 2030, striving for 30% but there are doubts from some that the industry can meet this ambition... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:28-May-2024



Adani Ports to Strengthen East Coast Presence at Kolkata Port
The rate quoted by Adani ports is significantly lower than the port authority's set brackets. The contract, pending Kolkata Port Authority's approval post Lok Sabha elections, will enable APSEZ to enhance its presence on the east coast. Investment of Rs.569.85 crore is slated for infrastructure upgrades, including new cranes and equipment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



Maritime ports requested to reduce cautionary signal
Maritime ports in Bangladesh, including Chattogram and Cox's Bazar, have been advised to lower cautionary signals as cyclonic storm Remal weakens into a land depression. The storm, now moving northwards, has prompted authorities to hoist local cautionary signals instead. Fishing boats are urged to remain in shelter until the storm passes... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



Australia’s First Electric Boat Charging Network by d’Albora and Seavolt
d’Albora and Seavolt have joined forces to launch Australia's first DC fast charging network for electric boats. This partnership aims to provide sustainable and convenient charging solutions for the growing number of electric vessels, starting with installations at d’Albora marinas in QLD, NSW, and VIC. This initiative is a crucial step towards embracing the electric boating revolution... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



DP World’s Cochin Achieves Milestone with Largest-Ever Container Vessel Handling
DP World achieves a monumental feat with ICTT handling its largest-ever container vessel, MSC MARA. This marks the highest throughput ever achieved on the MSC MARA at ICTT, with exceptional support from Cochin Port Authority. The terminal's growth and strategic importance as a gateway for cargo movement in South India are highlighted... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



MarCoPay expands financial services for Filipino seamen
Tokyo-based Fintech startup MarCoPay is catering to Filipino seamen with QR-code payments and loans, aiming to enhance their financial experience at sea. President Toshiaki Fujioka emphasizes the platform's unique value for seafarers, surpassing local financial institutions in meeting their needs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



MOL Expands Wind-Assisted Propulsion in its Fleet
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) is expanding its use of wind-assisted propulsion for decarbonization efforts. They are testing new technologies and plan to retrofit their first bulker with the Wind Challenger rigid sail. With strong industry interest, MOL aims to launch 25 vessels with wind propulsion by 2030 and expects installations to continue growing... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



Exploitation of Seafarers by Unlicensed Crewing Agents
Unlicensed crewing agents in the maritime industry are collaborating with licensed agents to deceive seafarers into paying large sums of money to sign onto ships that either do not exist or are operated by substandard owners. These seafarers are often subjected to poor working conditions, forced labor, and even slavery, with their passports confiscated and placed into a labor pool... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



Rising Monthly Fuel Consumption Linked to Red Sea Diversions
Tolson, owner of the consultancy 2050 Marine Energy, highlighted the impact of the Red Sea shipping crisis on demand. The Suez crisis has increased fuel consumption for diverted ships by 1 million metric tonnes per month. Future alternative fuels like hydrogen, methanol, and ammonia are favored for new shipbuilding orders... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



University to Develop Cleaner Maritime Technologies
The University of Plymouth is part of a new project to promote a cleaner maritime industry. Research will focus on developing technologies to make harbors and ports more environmentally friendly. Aqua superPower is leading the project, aiming to position the UK as a pioneer in vessel-to-grid technology for electric boats... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024



IMO Member States Denounce Attacks on Ships in Red Sea
IMO member states have come together to denounce the ongoing attacks on ships and sailors in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, calling for an immediate end to these illegal and unjustified actions. The attacks pose a direct threat to freedom of navigation in a critical waterway and disrupt global trade... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-May-2024


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