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India: Govt aims to ship 41 million tons of coal via inland waterways this fiscal year
The target for the current financial year (FY2023-24) is to achieve a 17 percent increase in coal transportation compared to the previous year, according to Union Minister for Shipping and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal. In the previous financial year (FY2022-23), a total of 35.19 tonnes of coal were moved, and the aim is to surpass this amount... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Cruise Ship Industry Debates on UN's New Emissions Regulations
The United Nations’ new emissions regulations have caused a debate within the cruise ship industry. Cruise lines argue that the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII), introduced by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), does not take into account the unique nature of cruise ships. Unlike cargo ships and ferries, cruise ships are not simply means of transportation but are floating holiday destinations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



UAE Emerges as Africa’s New Port Infrastructure Investor
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has been a major source of infrastructure funding in Africa since 2013. However, due to the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, China has been forced to cut funding for many of its projects in Africa. This has created an opportunity for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to step in as a new investor... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Maldives and UK enter maritime security agreement
The Maldives government has entered into a maritime security agreement with the United Kingdom. The agreement was signed by Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation Aishath Nahula on behalf of the Maldivian government and Baroness Charlotte Vere, UK’s Minister for Aviation, Maritime, and Security on behalf of the UK government... -The Edition

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Nordic chamber urges upskilling of PH seafarers
THE Nordic Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (Nordcham) is calling on the government to upskill Filipino seafarers, as they have inadequate skills to qualify for jobs abroad. Jesper Svenningsen, Norcham executive director, made the call as Filipino seafarers encounter bottlenecks in skills training and education that hinders them from landing a job abroad... -The Manila Times

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Andaman and Nicobar Islands are India's strategic maritime assets
For the first time since Independence, India has understood the strategic advantage of our islands located on both sides of the Indian peninsula. Modi Govt is now going full steam ahead to develop the region, for both tactical and commercial benefits... -Organiser

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Seafarers are recognized for their key role in shipping’s greenhouse gas reduction strategy
Seafarers’ unions have pledged to support a “just transition” for seafarers as part of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) updated strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the shipping sector. The revised strategy, adopted recently, sets ambitious targets to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



UAE collaborates with DNV to establish Maritime Decarbonisation Centre
In a groundbreaking move that solidifies the UAE’s status as a global leader in sustainability and energy transition, the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure (MOEI) has announced the establishment of the “UAE Maritime Decarbonisation Centre.” As the first-of-its-kind Centre in the MENA region and the fourth globally... -ThePrint

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



US and Bahrain reaffirm commitment to freedom of maritime navigation
The US and Bahrain on Friday reaffirmed their shared commitment to freedom of navigation in international waters. In particular they noted the importance of ensuring safe passage for commercial shipping in the Strait of Hormuz and condemned acts that put freedom of navigation in jeopardy... -Arab News

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Maersk Line ordered to pay $700,000 to sacked whistleblower
Maersk’s American unit has been ordered to pay over $700,000 to a former employee who was fired after complaining about vessel safety to the US Coast Guard. In December 2022, a chief mate aboard the 4,154 teu Safmarine Mafadi, now Maersk Tennessee, reported a list of concerns about the ship’s condition... -Splash 247

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Kenya launches bid for UN's maritime agency council re-election
Kenya has officially launched her bid for re-election in Category ‘c’ of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Council for the 2024-25 biennium. IMO is a UN agency that leads international efforts to promote safer shipping on cleaner oceans... -The Star Kenya

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Tanker Rescues Woman Suffering From Heat Stroke off Louisiana
As the heat dome over the American South continues into its fourth week, heat-related illness is a serious concern in the region - on the water as well as on land. On Friday, a good samaritan merchant ship helped rescue a boater who had developed symptoms of heat stroke off the coast of Louisiana... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



The Titanic had two sister ships with their own tragic histories
The Titanic is probably the most famous, or infamous, ship thanks to its tragic history. But it's lesser known that the cruise liner was actually one of three ships built. The Titanic was built between 1909 to 1912, but before that was the Olympic which operated from 1911 to 1935. Both ships were followed by the Britannic from 1914 to 1916... -Liverpool Echo

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



​ Tanker grounding, Mediterranean
Tanker BEKS BEBEK with 70000 tons of diesel on board ran aground on Jul 11, while approaching port of destination Skhira, Tunisia, Gulf of Gabes, Med. Salvors had to lighter tanker in order to refloat her. She was refloated on Jul 22 and anchored near grounding site... -FleetMon

Posted On:24-Jul-2023



Record 5.3 tons of cocaine seized in Italy, bulker crew arrested
Record 5.3 tons of cocaine were found on board of bulk carrier PLUTUS by Italian law enforcement agencies, on Jul 19. The ship was caught red-handed while attempting to transfer cocaine to Italian drug traffickers. Cocaine load was dropped into the sea, to be recovered by fishing vessel FERDINANDO D ARAGON. Both vessels were arrested,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:24-Jul-2023


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