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New Zealand Interisland Ferry Runs Aground
The RoRo ferry Aratere encountered steering failure and ran aground while departing Picton, causing a setback for the InterIslander service. Despite no immediate danger, concerns arose due to its crucial role in transporting rail cars. KiwiRail's troubled history with the vessel raises questions about fleet maintenance and the need for new ferries to replace the aging ones... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



Filipino Seafarers Exercise Right to Refuse Sailing in High-Risk Areas
Seventy-eight Filipino seafarers have refused sailing through high-risk areas like the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea due to increased attacks. The Department of Migrant Workers is working with stakeholders to ensure compliance with this right. Seafarers who opt out will be repatriated, emphasizing their safety and protection from discrimination. Recent events highlight the dangers faced by these seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



Tragic Drone Boat Strike Highlights Urgent Need to Protect Seafarers in Red Sea
The shipping industry mourns the loss of a seafarer in a drone boat strike, urging action to protect those at sea. With Day of the Seafarer approaching, it's crucial to recognize their sacrifices and address challenges they face. Governments and international bodies must work together to ensure safety and uphold freedom of navigation principles... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



India and Bangladesh collaborate on maritime and blue economy projects.
India and Bangladesh strengthened their collaboration in various new areas, signing agreements during a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. The focus was on maritime, blue economy, digital, green partnership, and railway connectivity. Both leaders emphasized the importance of future cooperation in green, digital, blue economy, and space sectors, highlighting benefits for youth... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



The response to the Red Sea crisis is lacking in decisiveness and strength
Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, Admiral Stavridis criticized the Western response to the Red Sea conflict as weak and defensive. The ongoing attacks by Iran-backed Houthis have disrupted global shipping, leading to increased costs and bottlenecks in supply chains. Stavridis suggests a strategic offensive plan to neutralize the threat posed by the Houthis and their backers in Iran... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



Container ships continue to pile up in Singapore port causing traffic jam
The congestion at Singapore's container port is causing the peak shipping season to start earlier, leading to difficulties for local businesses. The overflow of container ships due to the Red Sea conflict is resulting in high freight fees and prolonged cargo delays. Alternative ports like in Malaysia are not as well connected, exacerbating the situation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



Indian Seafarers Use Admiralty Arrests for Compensation Claims
A new trend in India sees seafarers resorting to admiralty arrests of vessels to secure compensation for injuries sustained on the job. This legal tactic allows aggrieved seafarers to hold their employers accountable and seek the financial recompense they deserve. By utilizing admiralty arrests, Indian seafarers are strategically settling injury compensation claims and ensuring fair treatment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



Exploring Mumbaiís Maritime Legacy Through its Historic Gateways to the Sea
Maharashtra Governor Ramesh Bais unveiled the book 'Gateways to the Sea Ė Historic Ports and Docks of Mumbai Region' at Raj Bhavan. Published by the Government of India, the book delves into the maritime history of Mumbai, featuring contributions from experts in various fields. With 18 chapters, it offers a comprehensive look at the region's rich maritime heritage... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



Health Challenges and Safety Tips for Seafarers
Sailorís Day (25 June) acknowledges the vital role of seafarers and focuses on safety tips at sea. MedSea provides practical steps to prevent common injuries and illnesses among seafarers, emphasizing the importance of proactive health management programs. Chronic conditions like hypertension and diabetes are prevalent, highlighting the need for proper care and prevention measures for seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



First Hydrogen-Electric Ship Constructed by Lithuania
The Lithuanian shipping industry is leading the way in sustainability with the construction of one of the first hydrogen-electric powered ships. This innovative technology, combining hydrogen fuel cells and batteries, promises to significantly reduce emissions in the maritime sector. The vessel, commissioned by the Klaipeda State Seaport Authority for waste management, represents a major step towards eco-friendly maritime operations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



India-UAE Digital Ports Connectivity to Boost Trade
A digital platform is in development to facilitate information exchange between India and UAE ports, as part of the India Middle East Europe Economic Corridor initiative. Despite a setback due to the Red Sea crisis, the project is moving forward with support from G7 nations to de-risk supply chains and accelerate cargo movement... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



Uncommon: LNG Carrier Braves Houthi Threats in Red Sea
The first LNG tanker to pass through the Red Sea since January sailed through the Bab al-Mandab Strait, despite recent attacks by Yemeni Houthi militias. The Asya Energy ship, carrying cargo, is headed to Gibraltar after calling at the port of Sohar in Oman... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



Merchant Ship Struck by Drone in Red Sea: Conflict Escalates
On June 23, 2024, a merchant ship was struck by a drone in the Red Sea, 65 nautical miles west of Hodeidah, Yemen, according to the UK Maritime Trade Operations (UK MTO). The ship confirmed all crew members are safe. This incident follows a claim by Yemen-based Houthis of hitting a commercial vessel with a ballistic missile after visiting an Israeli port... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024



US Forces Destroy Houthi Vessels in Red Sea Amid Rising Tensions
U.S. forces have destroyed three unmanned surface vessels of the Iran-backed Houthi militia in the Red Sea, according to U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM). In a separate incident, the Houthis fired anti-ship ballistic missiles into the Gulf of Aden. CENTCOM denied claims of an attack on the aircraft carrier... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jun-2024


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