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How India can become a global maritime power by 2030
The recently released World Bank’s Logistic Performance Index (LPI) Report 2023 has brought encouraging news for Indian ports as well as for the country’s logistics sector. India has moved up to 22nd rank in the global rankings on the “International Shipments” category from the 44th position in 2014. Moreover, the country has also secured the 38th rank on the LPI score... -The Indian Express

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Paris MoU 2022 CIC on STCW in General
The Paris Memorandum of Understanding (Paris MoU) on Port State Control (PSC) carried out a Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on STCW jointly with the Tokyo MOU between September 1, 2022 and November 30, 2022. The STCW convention was adopted in 1978 and came into force in 1984... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Japan's Horinouchi Elected Int'l Maritime Court Judge
Hidehisa Horinouchi, Japan's ambassador for the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea, was elected judge of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea on Wednesday. In a secret ballot at the U.N. Headquarters in New York, Horinouchi was elected for a nine-year term at the court in Hamburg, Germany... -Nippon.com

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Maritime Innovations: Evolution in vessel design
In recent years, shipbuilding design software has evolved towards integrated solutions that streamline the entire shipbuilding lifecycle. This includes design, engineering, manufacturing, and project management functions. Integrated software allows seamless information flow between departments, enabling better collaboration,.. -WorkBoat

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Maersk to use biomethanol on 21,500 km shipping trip.
Shipping giant Maersk will fuel one of its container vessels travelling from Ulsan to Copenhagen – a journey of 21,500 km – with bio-methanol made from biogas recovered from decomposed organic landfills. The biomethanol is produced by US plant OCI Global and will be the first such voyage... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Learnings from the Preventable Grounding of MV Pasha Bulker
Three separate root causes led to MV Pasha Bulker running aground at Newcastle, Australia, on June 7, 2007. She had been at anchor about 2.5 nm off the coast, waiting to load coal, when a violent storm with 50 knot winds passed through. She dragged her anchor, and attempted to sail but was unable to make way through the water or hold steerage... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Mutual trust and collaboration to improve the lives of seafarers and their families: Stella Maris
In an exclusive interview to SAFTY4SEA, Tim Hill, who took over as CEO of Stella Maris in June 2023, discusses the key elements that characterize crew happiness and points out that despite the many positive practices so far, some areas still need more attention and effort..  SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



MOL signs time charter contract for crew transfer vessels for offshore wind farm
Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Line (MOL) has signed a time charter contract with Shimizu Corporation for two crew transfer vessels (CTVs) for an offshore wind farm at Ishikari Bay New Port. This move marks MOL’s entry into the CTV business and demonstrates its commitment to the development and use of offshore wind power... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Europe’s Deadliest Shipping Disaster: 79 Migrants Dead and Hundreds Missing
At least 79 migrants drowned and hundreds more are missing after their overloaded boat capsized and sank off the coast of Greece. The boat, carrying an estimated 750 people, was en route to Italy from the Libyan city of Tobruk. The Greek Coast Guard, first sighted the boat in international waters southwest of Pylos and attempted to offer assistance, but the migrants refused... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Onboard Maritime Partners with South Shields Marine School to Revolutionize Maritime Education
Onboard Maritime (OM) has partnered with South Shields Marine School, part of South Tyneside College, to provide comprehensive support for students throughout their training and create career pathways for senior officers through a combination of shore-based and digital education programs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Stomach bug at sea: How to avoid norovirus on cruise ships
As post-pandemic travel continues to surge, an increasing number of Americans are flooding back to cruise ships this summer — but some cruise lines are dealing with an unwelcome passenger on board: norovirus. Cases of the highly contagious virus that causes diarrhea and vomiting spiked this winter and spring in the United States... -Yahoo News

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Alleged Hijackers On Cargo Ship Were Actually Asylum Seekers, Says Italian Prosecutors
A group of alleged hijackers on a Turkey-based cargo vessel were asylum seekers; it has been understood. The group, including two children and a pregnant woman, did not present a threat to the ship they boarded, per the prosecutors based in Italy...  Marine Insight

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Cepsa signs agreements for green hydrogen shipping to the Netherlands.
Spanish oil company Cepsa has signed two agreements aimed at shipping green hydrogen between Spain and the Netherlands, supporting the company’s plan to become a green hydrogen leader. The agreements are expected to help sell part of Cepsa’s expected production of green hydrogen... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Singapore’s May Bunker Fuel Sales Reach Five-Year Highs Amidst Increased Vessel Arrivals.
Singapore’s biggest refueling hub saw its highest monthly sales of marine fuel in over five years last May, with a total of 4.52 million tonnes sold, according to official data released on Wednesday. Container throughput contributed to the increase, with both container and bulker arrivals at their highest since 2010... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Bureau Veritas grants approval for multiple wind propulsion systems on VLCCs and LNG carriers.
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), TotalEnergies Gas & Power, and Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) have received approval for their joint development project investigating multiple Wind Assisted Ship Propulsion (WASP) systems across Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs) and an Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) carrier... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



The Launch of OneWeb’s Maritime Connectivity Service: Revolutionizing Maritime Communications
The world of maritime communications has experienced a significant shakeup in the past six months with the introduction of Elon Musk’s Starlink LEO service by SpaceX. This service is being offered to the GEO satellites currently in orbit. OneWeb has also made its mark in the industry by successfully building its own LEO constellation,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Lighter vessel sinks near Ctg port, 13 rescued
A goods-carrying lighter vessel -- Delwar Al Bahar -- capsized on Wednesday night in the outer anchorage Chattogram port with 13 crew due to inclement weather. Staff Officer (Operations) of Coast Guard Headquarters Lt. Commander Md Ashikur Rahman said there were 13 crew in the vessel and all were rescued immediately by nearby lighter ships... -Daily Sun

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Landing craft type cargo ship capsized, sank, 5 missing, Java sea
Contacts were lost with cargo ship LCT CIPTA HARAPAN IX on Jun 12, last ship’s position as of Jun 12 was some 70 nm off northern coast of Java, halfway between Jakarta and Surabaya. Landing craft loaded with heavy machinery left Jakarta on Jun 9, bound for Maluku... -FleetMon

Posted On:16-Jun-2023



Bulk carrier aground, Parana river
Bulk carrier BERGE TATEYAMA ran aground near 311.5 kilometer mark at around 0600 UTC Jun 15 in Parana river, while sailing downstream from San Martin. The ship is loaded with 37500 tons of soybeans, bound for Las Palmas. BERGE TATEYAMA reportedly, is partially blocking channel... -FleetMon

Posted On:16-Jun-2023


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