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Govt of India Plan to Modernize Ports and Drive Economic Growth
The plan includes modernizing major ports, improving waterway capacity, and supporting marine education. A road map will be created to establish a network of modern ports to boost trade and prosperity in India. Embracing advanced technologies, sustainable practices, and strategic collaborations will ensure competitiveness and resilience in the maritime sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Two Bulkers in Danger of Sinking After Houthi Attacks
Yemen's Houthi rebels issued an unverified claim on Saturday, June 15, that one of the two bulkers attacked last week has now sunk in the Gulf of Aden and a second is in danger of sinking in the Red Sea. Western officials have acknowledged that both vessels were abandoned and taking on water but have not confirmed at this time that either has sunk... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



RFA staff set to strike on International Seafarers Day
RMT members within the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) will escalate their dispute over pay with a strike on Tuesday 25 June.
The 24 hour stoppage coincides with International Seafarers Day, which acknowledges the vital contributions of seafarers worldwide. The recent strike on 19 May showed the strength of RFA members, demonstrating their unity and resolve, from ports to ships in locations as far-flung as Singapore... -RMT

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Ukrainian-owned bulker abandoned and drifting in Gulf of Aden
The Ukrainian-owned bulker, Verbena, is now drifting and sinking in the Gulf of Aden after its crew evacuated following a Houthi attack. The vessel, abandoned northeast of Djibouti, highlights the dangers of piracy in the region. This incident serves as a stark reminder of the risks faced by ships navigating through high-risk areas and the importance of crew safety at sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Shipping Lines Benefit from Special Treatment at Indian Terminals
Major shipping lines like MSC and CMA CGM are receiving preferential treatment at terminals where they have business ties or stakes, causing disruptions for smaller lines. MSC has stake in Adani Ennore Container Terminal and CMA CGM recently won rights to operate a terminal at Nhava Sheva, impacting other vessels waiting for berths. Industry insiders note smaller lines diverting to alternative terminals due to schedule disruptions,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Damen Introduces Vessel-to-Vessel Charging for Offshore Wind Farms
Damen Shipyards Group tackles the challenge of charging fully electric Crew Transfer Vessels at wind farms with a vessel-to-vessel charging design. By integrating large battery systems on vessels like CSOVs, Damen ensures energy access without compromising capabilities. The automated charging system, developed by MJR, allows for efficient charging between vessels, enhancing crew transfer operations at offshore wind farms... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Norwegian authorities fine shipping company for using heavy fuel in Svalbard
Norwegian authorities have fined a shipping company and the master of a cargo vessel for violating the Svalbard Environment Act of 2022, the first penalties of their kind in the region. The act aims to prevent oil spills in the fragile Arctic ecosystem of Svalbard. The company was fined $93,000, with an additional $2,800 fine for the vessel's master... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Greece to Impose Restrictions on Cruise Ships to Combat Overtourism
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis plans to restrict cruise ship visits to Greece's popular islands to combat overtourism post-pandemic. Greece saw a 18% increase in tourist visits in 2023, generating 847.4 million euros from cruises alone. Mitsotakis aims to balance economic benefits with environmental impact, particularly focusing on Santorini's strain due to cruise traffic... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



The Shipping Corporation of India Expands Operations with New Subsidiary in GIFT City
Shipping Corporation of India is establishing a subsidiary in GIFT City to benefit from tax incentives in the special economic zone, pursuant to the central government's directive to state-run firms. The IFSCA in GIFT City grants tax holidays, exemption from GST, and other benefits for maritime companies to boost Indian flagged tonnage and meet trade targets... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Rescue Team Mobilized to Locate Missing Filipino Seaman
Adrian Parungao provided updates on the search for a missing Filipino seafarer aboard the MV Tutor, attacked by Houthi rebels. Secretary Hans Cacdac confirmed the seafarer is still missing, with efforts ongoing. The remaining crew members were rescued and will be brought to Bahrain with DMW support. The government is committed to ensuring their safety and finding the missing seafarer... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Seafarers and Kuwait fire victims to safely return home after rescue.
21 Filipino seafarers rescued from the MV Tutor, attacked by Houthi rebels, are set to arrive in Manila on Monday. President Marcos Jr. directed the rescue, ensuring their safety. Three Filipino workers who died in a Kuwait fire will also be repatriated. The government agencies are expediting the process, providing assistance to the victims' families during this tragic time... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Oil Spill Forces Beach Closures on Sentosa Island, Singapore
Beaches on Singapore's Sentosa island were closed after an oil spill from a nearby shipping terminal spread to the tourist paradise. Tanjong Beach was cordoned off, with a sign warning visitors to stay out of the water. Cleanup operations were underway, with oil spreading from the Pasir Panjang Terminal... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Egypt’s Suez Canal Revenues Plummet as Red Sea Crisis Persists
The Red Sea crisis has severely impacted Egypt's Suez Canal, with a significant drop in revenues and ship traffic. The ongoing Houthi attacks have led major carriers to bypass the canal, opting for longer routes. To mitigate losses, the Suez Canal Authority has extended fee discounts for various vessels, aiming to boost competitiveness and attract more traffic... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024



Double explosions reported near ship off Yemen
The UK Maritime Trade Operations reported that a ship 40 nautical miles south of al Mukha in Yemen experienced two explosions nearby. Fortunately, the ship and its crew were unharmed and on their way to their next port of call. Authorities are currently conducting an investigation into the incident. The attack on ships off the coast of Yemen was carried out by Iran-backed Houthi fighters,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:17-Jun-2024


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