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PM Modi in France: Rafale Marine, Maritime Coop, blue economy and more on agenda
Maritime security and Defence industrial cooperation, blue economy, international law of the sea as well as related multilateral negotiations will be the focus of talks when leaders of India and France meet later this week. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on his return to India from Denmark, will be visiting France and will have bilateral talks with the French President Emmanuel Macron... -The Financial Express

Posted On:3-May-2022



Ukraine Formally Closes Captured Ports Of Mariupol, Berdiansk, and Skadovsk
Ukraine has formally closed its four Black and Azov seaports, which Russian forces have captured, the Ukrainian agriculture ministry said on Monday. The Azov Sea ports of Mariupol, Berdiansk, and Skadovsk and the Black Sea port of Kherson were closed “until the restoration of control”, the ministry said in a statement... -gCaptain

Posted On:3-May-2022



MSC’s Vago: Cruise ’Future Is Bright’
MSC Cruises Executive Chairman Pierfrancesco Vago said the future is bright for the cruise industry, and predicted a 2023 return to 2019 passenger levels in a morning speech at a cruise conference in Miami. “But today we can see remarkable progress and how effectively we’ve risen to those challenges,” Vago said. “Our track record shows what we can do together as a determined, responsible and innovative industry... -cruiseindustrynews.com

Posted On:3-May-2022



Risk of recession in Europe, US and China is rising by the day
Is the global economy flying into a perfect storm, with Europe, China, and the US all entering downturns at the same time later this year? The risks of a global recession trifecta are rising by the day. A recession in Europe is almost inevitable if the war in Ukraine escalates, and Germany, which has been fiercely resisting calls to pull the plug on Russian oil and gas, finally relents... -The Guardian

Posted On:3-May-2022



Carnival Cruise’s all ships are back in service
Starting today, May 2nd 2022, Carnival Cruise Line’s final ship to return to service, is resuming operations from Seattle, Washington. With the return of Carnival Splendor to service, it marks an important day for Carnival Cruise Line. Over a period of the last ten months, Carnival Cruise Line has been operating a gradual and phased restart of its fleet, bringing them back into service one at a time, following the pandemic... -Cruise Blog

Posted On:3-May-2022



Tanker to Arrive at Norwegian LNG Plant After 20-Month Outage
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker Arctic Voyager is set to arrive at Norway’s Hammerfest terminal on May 9, Refinitiv Eikon data showed on Monday, ahead of a planned restart of gas production the following week. Europe’s only large-scale LNG plant, at Melkoeya island outside the Arctic town of Hammerfest, is scheduled to resume production on May 17 following a 20-month outage, according to operator Equinor... -gCaptain

Posted On:3-May-2022



Egyptian authorities succeed in releasing 20 sailors held in Yemen
Egyptian authorities succeeded in releasing 20 Egyptian sailors held in Yemen, and secured their return to their homeland. Their release was carried out upon President Abdel-Fatah El-Sisi’s directions to the concerned agencies to exert all necessary efforts to set the sailors free. Sources told Egypt Today that the Egyptian sailors are fine and have received the necessary health care... -Egypt Today

Posted On:3-May-2022



Liberia to Re-Join the International Organization for Marine Aids
Liberia’s re-admittance into the global maritime organization, the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA), has been assured as the Liberia Maritime Authority has made significant strides as the world second largest ships registry in the world... -Top Africa News

Posted On:3-May-2022



Largest Philippine Bank to Sell Bonds Against Ocean Pollution
BDO Unibank Inc., the Philippines’ largest bank by assets, will sell bonds to help fight marine pollution and preserve clean water resources. The World Bank Group’s International Finance Corp. will buy $100 million of the so-called blue bonds, the first of its kind in the Philippines... -gCaptain

Posted On:3-May-2022



Nigeria: Badagry Seaport ll Create 5,000 Jobs When Operational
Federal Government says the Badagry Seaport will create over 5,000 direct jobs to Nigerians when operational. It also said the Seaport is estimated to generate about 2.6 billion dollars annually. The Acting Director-General, ICRC, Mr Micheal Ohiani said it would create a total ecosystem in terms of shipping, transportation, and job creation, among other derivatives... -The Tide

Posted On:3-May-2022



Active Whale Avoidance Strategies are a Feasible Tool for Reducing Whale-Ship Collisions, say Researchers
Over the past few decades, as cruise and cargo shipping traffic crisscrossing our oceans has grown exponentially, ships have become one of the deadliest threats facing whales. Like other marine mammals, whales spend much of their time near the surface of the sea, and they usually come up every three to five minutes for air. Unfortunately, this often puts them dangerously close to ships, especially where migration routes and travel lanes overlap... -Earth Island Journal

Posted On:3-May-2022



BVI Premier, Port Director Charged with Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering Crimes in U.S.
Federal prosecutors in Miami, Florida have charged three people, including British Virgin Islands (BVI) Premier, Andrew Alturo Fahie, and Managing Director of the BVI Ports Authority, Oleanvine Pickering Maynard, with cocaine trafficking and money laundering crimes for allegedly conspiring to smuggle tons of Colombian cocaine bound for Miami through BVI ports, the U.S. Department of Justice has announced... -gCaptain

Posted On:3-May-2022



Drug Smugglers Masquerading as Cruise Passengers Arrested
Brazilian law enforcement agencies arrested 6 people in the port of Santos, Brazil. The drug smugglers, 5 Brazilian nationals and one Argentine, were found to own 30 kgs of cocaine. They were arrested when they were about to board the COSTA DIADEMA on a transatlantic cruise to Europe... -Fleetmon

Posted On:3-May-2022



EU Sanctions Cause Luxury Cars to Pile Up in Zeebrugge
One of the EU sanctions imposed on Russia is a Luxury Ban in mid-March. One of its implications is that the sale of EU-made vehicles over 50,000 Euros is banned in Russia. The port of Zeebrugge, one of the most important ro-ro ports, through which a lot of luxury cars make their way to Russia... -Fleetmon

Posted On:3-May-2022


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