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Russian cargo ship allided with berthed Turkish container ship
General cargo ship SUN UNICORN allided with berthed container ship ABANOZ at Novorossiysk Port, Russia, Black sea, early in the morning Jun 15 after unmooring. SUN UNICORN berthed in the evening Jun 14 on arrival from Istanbul, so understood, she was shifting the berth at the time of an accident. SUN UNICORN also contacted pier... -Fleetmon

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Impatient sailor’s yacht is nearly sucked UNDERNEATH car ferry
This is the terrifying moment an impatient sailor’s yacht is nearly sucked underneath a car ferry while tourists watch on in horror. The seaman, aged in his 70s, had tried to beat the Sandbanks chain ferry service in Poole Harbour by steering his 30ft sailboat in front of it. But it instead got pulled by the tide and swept into the vortex of swirling water produced by the much larger vessel... -Daily Mail

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



New maritime innovation centre to be established in UK to support net-zero ambitions
Torridge District Council in the UK has voted to support a funding bid, seeking approximately £15 million to create the Appledore Clean Maritime Innovation Centre in northern Devon, with the aim of bolstering net-zero maritime ambitions in the region. The centre, at Middle Dock is to establish northern Devon as a research and development space for collaborative next-generation maritime initiatives... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Maersk Containership Briefly Grounds in Savannah River
A 332.5-meter-long Maersk containership apparently ran aground, and was later refloated, in the Savannah River en route to the Port of Savannah on Tuesday. AIS showed the Danish-flagged MV Maersk Surabaya up against the bank of the river with tugs in position around the vessel’s stern. A spokesperson for the U.S. Coast Guard said the response is underway after the ship ran soft aground... -gCaptain

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Nigeria: Gunmen abduct eight boat passengers in Bayelsa
Gunmen have attacked a speedboat conveying 15 passengers and abducted eight of them in Bayelsa State. It was gathered that a combined rescue team of marine police, community leaders and concerned persons rescued seven of the 15 passengers who were abandoned by the armed men... -Ships & Ports

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



DeepOcean, Solstad Offshore and Østensjø team up in remote operations venture
Solstad Offshore, DeepOcean Group and Østensjø Group have joined forces to fast-track the adoption of remotely managed services to drive down operating costs and emissions for the marine and offshore industries. The three partners have established two JVs to support the remote operations drive. One of the JVs will own and operate advanced onshore Remote Operations Centers, while the other JV will develop, own and operate USVs... -WorldOil

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



TECO 2030 to Launch a Hydrogen Tanker With Shell
Tankers and car carriers are not nearly as spectacular for the general public as superyachts or cruise ships, but making them greener is just as important, if not more, than it is for the luxury, glamorous boats. One way of fast-tracking the switch to zero-emissions shipping is retrofitting existing platforms... -autoevolution

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



HMM launches digital cargo booking service
Korea’s HMM has introduced a new digital system called Hi Quote, used to offer instant quotation, booking confirmation and space guarantee on its vessels. Users will get an instant quote on spot rates updated on a real-time basis based on the dates input. Booking confirmation is delivered directly in the system within minutes, HMM says... - Smart Maritime Network

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Deborah Layde to lead The Seafarers’ Charity
Deborah Layde has been promoted from director of impact at The Seafarers’ Charity to take over from Catherine Spencer as CEO at the British organisation. Paul Butterworth, chair of The Seafarers’ Charity, said, “We were unanimous in our decision to appoint Deborah Layde. She has a strong track record of delivering for seafarers.” Prior to joining the charity she was employed in the wider charitable sector,.. -Splash 247

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Stranded motor cruiser towed to safety by Hartlepool RNLI
Hartlepool RNLI volunteers were called to rescue a 45ft motor cruiser when it became stranded 15 miles off the town’s coast. The crews were paged at 11.38am on Tuesday by the Humber Coastguard to help the boat, which had two people on board, after it suffered a mechanical failure... -Teesside Live

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Dramatic images show ship being pulled by crane from Cork Harbour after sinking
CRANE ships have arrived to West Cork to raise the trawler named "Sceptre" which sank in the harbour earlier this year. The ship Lara 1 was pictured today at Union Hall, West Cork assisting with the removal of the ill-fated boat. Workers and divers are making preparations to raise the boat from the harbour. Once raised, the boat will be transported to Glasgow, Scotland, to be broken up... -The Irish Sun

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Generators Can Be a Major Source of Methane Slip on LNG Vessels - Study
A team led by researchers at Queen Mary University of London has completed the first ever comprehensive study of methane emissions from an LNG carrier under way, and the findings are unexpected. The largest source of methane escaping from the ship was not from venting cargo, nor from the main engines, but from the generators... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



At least 80 migrants rescued in Mediterranean
Two private rescue ships, the Sea-Eye 4 and the Aita Mari, have carried out rescues relatively close to each other not too far off the Libyan and Tunisian coasts. Sea-Eye 4 rescued 63 migrants on Tuesday and Aita Mari carried out a rescue on Wednesday of 17. On Wednesday morning (June 15), the Spanish humanitarian rescue organization Maydayterraneo tweeted that they had rescued 17 people from a small boat in the Mediterranean... -InfoMigrants

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Big dreams for a simple seafarer
Like many other young Papua New Guineans who did not get through further education as they wish after completing grade 12, David chose to be a sailor or seafarer as most call them. 26-year-old David Mingai is from Tolokiwa Island in Siassi, Morobe province. He works as a navigational watchkeeper with Kinmas Investment Limited, a log shipment company owned by Malaysia... -POST-COURIER

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Freight data wars on the horizon
When it comes to anything related to supply chains, uncertainty pervades. An early June report from the Freightwaves platform, with the headline, "US import demand is dropping of a cliff”, received a great deal of traction, and caused holders of transport related equities to push the “sell” button- against the backdrop of equity markets already rattled by fears of rampant inflation and pending interest rate hikes that would stifle demand... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Greece releases detained Iranian oil tanker Lana
Greece has released the Iranian-flagged oil tanker Lana following a court order cancelling its seizure, stated Iranian news agency Mehr. The country impounded the oil tanker Pegas, then operating under the Russian flag, in April, when it was anchored near the island of Evia due to an engine problem... -Ship Technology

Posted On:16-Jun-2022



Tata Steel, Van Dam Shipping join forces to develop hydrogen-fueled vessel
Indian steel-making company Tata Steel has entered into an agreement with Dutch firm Van Dam Shipping to develop a hydrogen-powered vessel. As informed, the vessel concept to be developed will have a loading capacity of approximately 5,000 tons and will be the first vessel of this type. According to Tata Steel, currently, the hydrogen-powered shipping sector includes inland waterway vessels and small ferries... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:16-Jun-2022


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