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India: Govt Receives Multiple EOIs for Great Nicobar Port Project
The Indian Ministry of Shipping has received more than 10 EOIs for the proposed Terminal Port project at Galathea Bay on Great Nicobar island. International stakeholders have also expressed interest in participating in the tender process. Sarbananda Sonowal, the Union Minister, stated that the response so far is encouraging... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



UK Allocates $43 Million for Clean Seas Demonstration Competition
The UK Government has announced an additional investment of $43 million for the fourth round of CMDC4 as part of its commitment to shipping decarbonization. The competition is organized by UK SHORE and implemented by Innovate UK, with the aim of supporting the development of innovative and sustainable technologies for the shipping industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Australia Implements Stricter Bans on Unsafe & Unseaworthy Vessels
Australia’s efforts to regulate vessel safety have continued with the issuance of its fifth ban on a vessel in 2023. AMSA has emphasized the country’s commitment to upholding high safety standards for vessels entering its waters. The latest ship to receive a ban is the BBC Pearl, a multipurpose heavy lift vessel managed by Briese Heavylift... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



The Rise of Electric Boats in Marine Transportation
Electric Boat Market to Reach $16.6 Billion, Globally, by 2031. Increase in adoption of electric boats with increase in environmental concerns and strict emission regulations, rise in seaborne trade activities, and growth in the marine tourism industry drive the growth of the global electric boat market... -EIN News

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



V.Group acquires Belships’ fleet and ship management business
Belships Management (Singapore) has officially become part of V.Group as part of a new partnership agreement. Belships Management provides ship management services to Belships’ fleet as well as third party customers. With the partnership, Belships will continue to be the sole provider of ship management services for its own fleet,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



The front line against abandonment
The International Transport Workers' Federation and its inspectors get seafarers home when they are abandoned by unscrupulous employers, and fight for the pay the crew are owed. With a record number of cases last year, Rob Coston reports on two recent successes, both involving the same shipowner, which show the importance of port state cooperation... -Nautilus International

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Escalating Incidents in Singapore Straits Highlight Growing Concerns for Maritime Safety
In its semi-annual report, the International Maritime Bureau’s Singapore-based International Maritime Centre (IFC) revealed that there has been a significant increase in incidents in the Singapore Straits. The number of incidents rose from 27 in the first half of 2022 to 37 in the same period of 2023... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Nine Norwegian Cruise Ships to Feature Exclusive Souvenirs
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced a new, exclusive series of “Been There” Starbucks mugs to debut aboard nine vessels, including the upcoming Norwegian Viva, beginning in August 2023. Each mug has unique design elements specific to the featured ship, making them great collectibles and souvenirs for every coffee aficionado on the high seas... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Conviction and Fine for Norwegian Shipping Company’s Illegal Discharges of Bilge Water
Norwegian shipping company Clipper Shipping has been fined $1.5 million by a US federal court for violating the Ship Pollution Prevention Act. The company was found guilty of dumping oily bilge water on its ships in Togo, West Africa. The discharges were concealed by removing them from the oil log, which is required by law... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Maersk Takes Delivery of World's First Methanol-Fueled Boxship
Maersk took delivery on the world’s first dual-fuel methanol containership today, July 10, from Hyundai Mipo Shipyard in South Korea. The delivery comes just two years after the bellwether order that has now seen the global orderbook for methanol-fueled containerships soar to over 100 vessels according to data from DNV... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Ghana: We need to revise maritime law to address critical issues at ports
The Ghana Shippers Authority is calling for the revision of the maritime law to help regulate activities at the ports. According to the Chief Executive of the Authority, Benonita Bismarck, the revision is necessary to address critical setbacks at the ports, such as piracy attacks... -Myjoyonline

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Spanish reconnaissance plane locates missing fishing vessel with 200 migrants onboard.
A Spanish reconnaissance plane has located a fishing vessel from Senegal that has been missing for nearly two weeks with approximately 200 migrants on board, according to the maritime rescue service. The plane discovered the boat, located 71 miles south of Gran Canaria, with the possibility of it being the missing vessel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



How predictive maintenance can benefit the marine sector
Predictive maintenance, where data analysis is used to detect potential defects before a mechanical failure occurs, is the way forward. Here, we take a deep dive on how it works – and how it can be of benefit to the marine industry. The overall aim of predictive maintenance is to pinpoint potential faults in machinery at the earliest opportunity,.. -The Manufacturer

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Japanese bulk carrier hard aground, lightering commenced, Vietnam
Bulk carrier NEMRUT BAY ran aground on De Britto Bank in the morning Jun 21, 10 nm off Binh Thuan Province coast, southern Vietnam. The ship was approaching port of destination Vung Tau from Korea, with 25510 tons of steel on board... -FleetMon

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



Ro-ro drifted onto Wolf Rock Lighthouse, Cornwall UK
Ro-ro MAZARINE went out of control, understood because of mechanical failure, at around 0800 UTC Jul 10 in Celtic sea south of Wolf Rock, and some 1.5 hour later drifted onto Wolf Rock. The ship was refloated an hour later, probably by own means, and as of 1320 UTC was proceeding on tow towards Penzance, Cornwall, UK... -FleetMon

Posted On:11-Jul-2023



WALLENIUS car carrier sent crane in knockdown, Bremerhaven
Car carrier DON QUIJOTE broke off her moorings in the evening Jul 9 in strong gusty wind, in Bremerhaven, drifted across the basin and contacted Lloyd Werft pier, knocking off gantry crane and inflicting other damages, estimated as substantional... -FleetMon

Posted On:11-Jul-2023


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