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Shyam Jagannathan named new Director General of Shipping
Shyam Jagannathan, an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer of the Assam Meghalaya cadre has become the new Director General of Shipping, the nation’s maritime administration. The announcement was made on the 11th of June by the Department of Personnel and Training... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Gujarat braces for Cyclone Biparjoy: Coast Guard on high alert
According to Gujarat Relief Commissioner Alok Pandey, arrangements have been made for shelter, food, and medicines for those evacuated, and a dozen teams each of the national and state disaster forces have been deployed in the state in view of Cyclone Biparjoy... -News9 LIVE

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Australia Thanks Merchant Ships for Key Role in High-Stakes SAR
The recent search for the crew of a Chinese ocean-going fishing vessel, the Lu Peng Yuan Yu 028, underscored the crucial role merchant shipping plays in maritime search and rescue. While the outcome was tragic for the crew, their families and friends, the search highlighted how the seafaring community comes together in challenging circumstances to assist when their fellow seafarers are in peril...  The Maritime Executive

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Cruise ship accident blamed on reliance on electronic chart and miscommunication
Last year, a cruise ship damaged a cruise terminal pier near Sitka, Alaska due to factors such as an over-reliance on an electronic chart, miscommunication, and an outdated navigational chart, according to NTSB. The incident happened on May 9th, 2022 when the cruise ship rays of the seas was docking at the Sitka Sound Cruise Terminal... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Record-breaking revenue and traffic for Suez Canal in 2021/22.
Between 2013 and 2022, the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) facilitated the passage of almost 187,000 ships with a total displacement of 11.1 billion tons. The SCA’s revenue increased by 35% in the first quarter of 2022, reaching $2.3 billion. This positive trend is expected to continue, with the SCA chair predicting revenues of $8.7 billion in 2023... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



ITF expo highlights seafarers rights
SEAFARERS and their rights will take center stage as the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) holds a three-day expo from June 23-25 at the CCP Complex, Pasay City in honor of Filipino seafarers. Approximately 5,000 seafarers and their families are expected to attend the event... -The Manila Times

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



General cargo ship chief engineer convicted of MARRPOL violations and ship management fined.
A general cargo ship’s chief engineer has been convicted of MARPOL (International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships) violations by a US jury and faces potential jail time. Meanwhile, the ship’s management company, Interunity Management, pleaded guilty to a felony violation and is being fined and placed under supervision... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Global offshore drilling surges, reaching pre-pandemic rates.
Amidst a global recovery in the oil and gas sector, Wood Mackenzie’s recent report titled “Are We at the Inflection Point of the Deepwater Rig Market?” highlighted the upswing in the offshore drilling market. The pandemic caused rig utilization to decline, but the current rebound has helped daily rates for ultra-deepwater rigs reach around $500,000, thanks to soaring oil prices... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Maersk’s First Dual-Fuel Container Ship Secures Green Methanol Fuel for Maiden Voyage.
Maersk, the largest shipping company in the world, has secured green methanol fuel for the maiden voyage of its first dual-fuel container ship under construction in South Korea. OCI Global, a leading supplier of green methanol, will supply Maersk with the ISCC-certified green biomethanol for the ship’s voyage via the Suez Canal to northern Europe in the summer... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Shipyard Dock and Crane Collapse Hitting Bulker
Video is circulating online showing a shipyard accident in which a floating dock tilted. The images show one of the cranes from the dock hitting a bulker and reports indicate that there was some damage to the vessel but no injuries or casualties. Turkish media is widely reporting the accident at the C?ndemir Shipyard, a privately owned facility in Tuzla, east of Istanbul... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Norway’s offshore oil and gas workers threaten strike over wage agreement
Norway’s offshore oil and gas rigs and other installations may experience a strike if a wage agreement is not reached by June 29. Union Industri Energi announced that 913 workers are likely to go on strike if talks between NSA and the Safe, Industri Energi and DSO unions involving 6,000 to 7,500 drilling workers do not succeed... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Fishing vessel detained in Vigo deemed “death trap” by ITF
The Santa Isabel, a fishing vessel allegedly owned by Aveiro, Portugal-based Antonio Conde and Companhía, has been detained in the port of Vigo, Spain. The vessel, which has been accused of illegal fishing by a number of environmental groups, arrived in Vigo from Montevideo, Uruguay, in early May 2023... -SeafoodSource

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Union calls for permanent public ownership of CalMac Ferries
A union has demanded that ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) be taken into public ownership after a tendering deadline passed. CalMac operates ferries between the Scottish mainland and islands west of Scotland under a tendered contract with the Scottish Government which is due to expire in September 2024... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



HK Convention on ship recycling moves a step closer
The long-awaited approval by Bangladesh of the IMO’s Hong Kong Convention (HKC) has been welcomed by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) as the major ship recycling nation joins India in ratifying the regulation... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Collaboration needed for growth of blue economy
The Regional Maritime University (RMU) is calling for strong collaborative efforts from all stakeholders including government and industry players to help achieve a greater economic growth in the blue economic industry... -RMU  Graphic Online

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Emissions and safety in focus at Sydney maritime forum
PLANS to reduce emissions and increase safety for mariners have emerged from a maritime leaders forum in Sydney. Australia co-hosted the Asia-Pacific Heads of Maritime Safety Agencies (APHoMSA) forum with Mongolia last week. Twenty-six countries participated in the event... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:14-Jun-2023



Building a trauma-informed maritime industry
The maritime industry is a high-risk environment. Critical incidents onboard can be distressing and sometimes traumatic for seafarers and any shoreside staff involved, as well as disruptive to operations. Stephanie Sjöblad, Loss Prevention Executive at Alandia explains what trauma-informed means and why it is important for the maritime industry... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:14-Jun-2023


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