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India, France to intensify maritime cooperation in Indo-Pacific
India and France have agreed to intensify maritime cooperation in the Indo-Pacific and increase militaries' naval visits as they strive to build a balanced and stable order in the strategically important region, with respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity... -Business Standard

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



IMO launches revision of CII regulations
The 80th session of IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 80) has initiated the review of the short-term measures, ie the Carbon Intensity Indicators (CII), Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) and Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP), by approving the plan for such a review... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



India: Vizag port’s cruise terminal set to go operational
After an encouraging response for the limited time offer of ‘entertainment on high seas’ by Cordelia Cruise’s from the City of Destiny to Puducherry enroute Chennai, Visakhapatnam Port Authority (VPA), one among the top premier ports of India, is bracing up to complete construction work on the prestigious International Marine Cruise Terminal by month-end... -Bizz Buzz

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



New Italian law makes it hard to save migrants
The Alaska Marine Highway System may have to stop some sailings next week as the state ferry system’s hiring woes continue through the peak summer travel season, its top official said Friday. “We’re at risk of shutting the Hubbard down this next week because we can’t get another licensed engineer onboard,” AMHS director Craig Tornga told the ferry system’s operations board... -New Straits Times

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



WISTA Achieves Observer Status with UN Trade Body UNCTAD
WISTA International, the international organization dedicated to promoting women and diversity in the maritime and logistics industries, has been approved as an Observer by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), allowing the organization to appoint representatives to participate in public intergovernmental meetings... -gCaptain

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Will the Gulf of Guinea Ever be Free of Piracy?
Maritime piracy in the Gulf of Guinea continues to pose a serious threat to the safety of crew members as well as the integrity of international trade. Despite considerable progress made through initiatives like Nigeria’s Deep Blue Project, challenges persist. Corruption, illegal fishing, political instability, and a high unemployment rate contribute to the ongoing problem... -Unicorn Riot

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Kattupalli Shipyard Becomes The First Master Shipyard In India For U.S Naval Ships
The development came after the company signed a 5-year Master Shipyard Repair Agreement, MSRA, with the U.S. to handle the repair and maintenance requirements of U.S. warships in India. According to the U.S. Consul General in Chennai, Judith Ravin, the deal was a consequence of the 2022 US-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue... -Marine Insight

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Canada's West Coast port strikes end with tentative agreement
The 13-day strike between Canada’s International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) dockworkers and their employers, the British Columbia Maritime Employers Association (BCMEA), has ended after reaching a four-year tentative wage deal... -Port Technology International

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



India: Karnataka to release its maritime policy to develop port sector shortly
The State government should release Karnataka Maritime Policy shortly, Gaurav Gupta, Additional Chief Secretary, Infrastructure Development, Ports and Inland Water Transport said on July 14. Speaking virtually from Bengaluru he said: “Karnataka Maritime Policy has been formulated with a vision to develop the ports sector and that should be released very shortly.”... -The Hindu

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Alaska ferry system's hiring woes continue and could halt another ship
The Alaska Marine Highway System may have to stop some sailings next week as the state ferry system’s hiring woes continue through the peak summer travel season, its top official said Friday. “We’re at risk of shutting the Hubbard down this next week because we can’t get another licensed engineer onboard,” AMHS director Craig Tornga told the ferry system’s operations board... -kinyradio.com

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



An Unexpected Shipwreck Discovery Unearths Maritime Secrets
In a surprising twist of events, an exploration team on the pursuit of two missing French naval vessels from nearly 100 years ago ended up discovering an even older ship hiding beneath the water of Lake Superior. Instead of finding their initial targets, the crew made the unexpected discovery of a tugboat named the Satellite, last seen in 1879, nearly 142 years ago... -Fagen wasanni

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



New Multinational Task Force Conducts Maritime Training in the Seychelles
Combined Maritime Forces, the world’s largest multinational naval partnership, completed a two-week training mission in the Indian Ocean island nation of the Seychelles, July 14, to enhance operational readiness for 160 participants from five nations... -DVIDS

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Antarctic ship crew 'unsure if they would have to abandon ship' after fire onboard MPV Everest
The MPV Everest was making steady progress as it ploughed through six-metre swells in the Southern Ocean. It had been five days since the resupply ship had left Antarctic waters bound for Hobart, carrying 37 crew and 72 expeditioners. But shortly before 11am on April 5, 2021, an emergency was declared... -ABC News

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Containership Hits Docked Bulker Knocking Over Port Equipment in Vietnam
Vietnamese officials are investigating an accident in which a Wan Hai containership made contact with a bulker on July 14. While neither vessel appears to have sustained significant damage in the allision, a portion of the cargo handling equipment at the dry bulk terminal collapsed. Pictures show a portion of the equipment in the water and other sections resting atop a smaller ship at the pier... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Two tankers aground, Western Sumatra
Two coastal tankers, KARYA BUDI TERANG VI and SJUMBER JAYA 01, were beached by strong current near Batang Harau river mouth, Patang city, Western Sumatra coast, early in the morning Jul 14. Both tankers are said to be loaded with fuel. Crews are safe, no leak reported so far... -FleetMon

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Japanese Panamax struck cargo ship, detained
Bulk carrier BW MATSUYAMA reportedly collided with cargo ship at Constanta Port, Romania, on Jul 9, while maneuvering to shift the berth. According to the report, the ship struck by BW MATSUYAMA sustained heavy and costly damages, totaling some 1,4 mil euro... -FleetMon

Posted On:17-Jul-2023



Cruise ship NORWEGIAN PRIMA broke off moorings, lost gangway
Cruise ship NORWEGIAN PRIMA broke off her moorings in the afternoon Jul 15 at Zeebrugge, in strong wind weather. Gangways were dragged and fell into water. No injures, the majority of passengers went ashore. Tugs took cruise ship under control and put her back to berth. She left Zeebrugge according to schedule with all passengers on board, safe and sound,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:17-Jul-2023


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