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Merchant ship likely sunk, maritime debris, oil visible
The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) said Tuesday that the merchant ship that was attacked on June 12 in Al Hudaydah, Yemen is believed to have sunk as maritime debris and oil is visible at its last location reported. On the day of the attack, the vessel was struck on the stern by a mall craft, causing the ship to take on water and the evacuation of its crew... -baha news

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



AI can help shipping industry cut down emissions, report says
The use of the technology could reduce the need for maneuvers and route deviation from close encounters with high-risk marine targets such as vessels, buoys and sea mammals by alerting the crew in real time, according to the report. The global commercial shipping industry could cut down its carbon emissions by 47 million tonnes per year by deploying artificial intelligence for sea navigation,.. -Moneycontrol

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



Med Marine Delivers State-of-the-Art Multi-Purpose Tugboat to SEAGATE
Med Marine proudly delivers the MED-A2570 tug to SEAGATE, meeting harbor operation demands. Named "CAPTAIN DIMITRIS IV," the 25m tug features a 70-ton bollard pull capacity, firefighting capabilities, and forward/aft winches. Business Development Director, Ms. Ucuncu, celebrates SEAGATE's choice, showcasing MED MARINE's quality and production capacity... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



Germany Seaport Strike Causes Cargo Handling Halt and Delays
Cargo and container handling at Germany's major seaports ground to a halt as the union Ver.di staged a one-day strike on June 17. The strike affected ports like Hamburg and Bremerhaven, causing a complete standstill in port activities. Maersk issued warnings of potential disruptions, with vessels scheduled for work impacted... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



US Coast Guard Continues Investigation into Titanic Submersible Sinking
The US Coast Guard's investigation into the tragic sinking of the Titanium submersible is extended beyond the original schedule, nearing the one-year anniversary of the incident. The need for recovery missions and forensic investigations has led to delays. The MBI aims to hold a public hearing by the end of the year... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



Unifeeder and MPCC Partner on Energy Efficiency Technology
Unifeeder A/S and MPC Container Ships ASA have formed a strategic partnership to invest in Energy Efficiency Technology, aiming to reduce emissions and improve efficiency in marine transport. The collaboration will focus on retrofitting vessels with advanced EET solutions. This initiative aligns with Unifeeder's goal of cutting emissions by 47% by 2030... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



Australia Expands Offshore Wind Energy with New Designated Zone
The Australian government's commitment to offshore wind energy is evident with the declaration of the fourth wind zone off New South Wales. Prime Minister Albanese's renewable energy program aims to phase out coal-fired plants, with plans to close 90% by 2035. The newly designated Illawarra zone is set to generate 2.9 GW of power,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



The Arctic HFO Ban and Shipping Industry’s Navigation Future
July 1st is a crucial date for the shipping industry to demonstrate its commitment to a cleaner future. By opting for cleaner fuels like diesel or distillate marine fuels, or exploring alternative propulsion methods, companies can lead by example in decarbonization. Utilizing better fuel options and technology could reduce black carbon emissions in the Arctic by over 90%, safeguarding the delicate ecosystem... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



IMCSO to Launch Independent Cybersecurity Standard for Maritime Industry
The International Maritime Cyber Security Organisation (IMCSO) is launching to establish a third-party standard for cybersecurity in the maritime industry. Despite the lack of specialized expertise in maritime cyber threats, the sector faces increasing risks. IMCSO aims to improve risk assessment, certify security consultants, and track vessel risks to enhance cybersecurity... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



DMW Reassures Filipino Seafarers Facing Criminalization Overseas
The Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) is committed to assisting Filipino seafarers in legal trouble abroad. DMW Undersecretary Hans Leo Cacdac acknowledged the challenges seafarers face, including unfair criminalization. The DMW has partnered with the DFA to provide legal, medical, and financial aid to overseas workers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



Visakhapatnam Port Rises to 19th Place in Global Port Rankings
In the 2023 global port rankings, Visakhapatnam Port Authority (VPA) placed 20th with an index of 62.29 and 19th in Container Port Performance. Moving up from 122nd in 2022, VPA aims for 90 MTPA of cargo this year. May 2024 saw a record throughput of 8,582,000 tons from 221 vessels, surpassing previous peaks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



ClassNK Releases Updated FAQs on FuelEU Maritime Regulations
ClassNK has released the second edition of "FAQs on the FuelEU Maritime" to provide information on the EU regulation for decarbonization of ship fuels. The updated edition includes details on responsible entities and compliance timelines. As part of their support services, ClassNK aims to help shipping companies navigate the regulatory landscape... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



Galaxy Leader manager appeals for release of crew by Houthis
Managers of the Galaxy Leader cargo ship are urging the release of 25 crew members held by Yemen's Houthi militants for 7 months. Recent attacks on ships in the Red Sea have sparked condemnation from the International Chamber of Shipping. U.S. and British forces have conducted airstrikes in response, highlighting the escalating dangers in the region... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



New study uncovers scope and expenses of maritime corruption
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network has been studying corruption in the maritime sector for over a decade. A new study by Danish consultancy QBIS, commissioned by MACN, quantifies the dollar value of corruption in the maritime supply chain in Nigeria, revealing costs exceeding $162 million yearly. Corruption adds 15% to logistics costs, impacting GDP, tariffs, and job creation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



The Red Sea Faces Maritime Crisis as Houthis Spread Terror
Yemen's Houthi militants are suspected of sinking a second ship in the Red Sea, the Greek-owned Tutor, on June 12. The attack involved missiles and an explosive-laden remote-controlled boat, causing the vessel to take on water. One crew member is missing. This marks the second such incident since November, with the Houthis claiming solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024



Dozens Dead or Missing in Recent Italian Coast Shipwrecks
Rescuing migrants from shipwrecks off the Italian coast involved wading through bodies to find survivors. Captain Ingo Werth led the first rescue operation, saving 51 people from a crowded boat. The survivors, mainly from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Syria, and Egypt, faced a dangerous journey, highlighting the perils of the central Mediterranean migration route... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Jun-2024


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