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Port of Singapore Marks First Methanol Bunkering
The Port of Singapore, the world’s largest bunkering port, has marked its first methanol bunkering. The milestone operation took place Thursday involving Maersk’s yet-to-be-named 2,100 TEU feeder ship, which was delivered this month as the world’s first methanol-powered containership. The ship is currently on its maiden voyage from South Korea to Copenhagen, Denmark... -gCaptain

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



India: SOA puts up stall on maritime education
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Akhil Bharatiya Shiksha Samagam at Bharat Mandapam, Pragati Maidan in Delhi. The Siksha O Anusandhan (SOA) private university of Odisha took part in this conference. SOA exhibited the syllabus it had prepared with the collaboration of National Maritime Foundation to the Centre for Integrated Maritime Studies and Research... -Argus English

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Marine sector needs to prioritise skills development
The maritime sector should seize this opportunity and take proactive measures that develop the necessary skills needed to sustain it. South Africa’s Ocean Economy holds the key to driving economic growth and creating a significant one million new jobs by 2033. The maritime sector should seize this opportunity and take proactive measures that develop the necessary skills needed to sustain it... -The Citizen

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



EV technology could be a risk to under-prepared maritime shippers
The maritime industry has not kept up with the risks of lithium ion technology and the risks the batteries pose as they burn with twice the energy of a normal fire. Electric vehicles are crisscrossing the globe to reach their eager buyers, but the battery technology involved in the zero-emission automobiles is exposing under-prepared maritime shippers to the risk of hard-to-control fires,.. -Automotive News Europe

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Nigeria Detains 20 Seafarers, Bulk Carrier Over Cocain Burst
For daring to import 24 Kilogrammes of Cocaine into Nigeria unlawfully, Justice Nicholas Oweibo of a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos on Friday ordered a vessel, MV Cooper Island, to be detained by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) till August 17, 2023,.. -dailytrend.com.ng

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Seafarers encouraged to take ISM Code survey
Seafarers are being invited to participate in an online survey as part of a comprehensive study aimed at evaluating the effectiveness of ISM Code and its implementation. This study recognizes the crucial role that seafarers play in ensuring safety and environmental protection policies are carried out, especially in managing the safety management system (SMS) onboard ships at sea... -Sea News

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Indian Coast Guard Rescues Scientists When Research Ship Breaks Down
The Indian Coast Guard recently rescued the RV Sindhu Sadhna, India’s only ocean-going research vessel, after it experienced engine failure on July 27 in the Arabian Sea near the state of Goa. The RV Sindhu Sadhna, operated by CSIR-NIO, has been in service for ten years and is primarily used for scientific exploration and oceanographic research in the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



“K” Line Confirms Nearly 500 Electric Vehicles on Burning Car Carrier in the North Sea
A car carrier ship off the coast of the Netherlands has been burning since Tuesday night and is carrying nearly 500 electric vehicles, according to ship charter company “K” Line. This is significantly more than the initial report of 25 vehicles by the coastguard. The fire on the Panamanian-registered Fremantle Highway resulted in the death of one crew member and caused seven others to jump overboard to escape the flames... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Pemex CEO Downplays Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, Disputes Severity
The CEO of Mexican state energy oil company Pemex, Octavio Romero, downplayed an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, stating that it was quickly fixed and less severe than suggested by academics. Pemex has faced pressure from NGOs and researchers to address the spill, which was detected through satellite images. Romero confirmed that there was a leak, but stated that it was smaller than reported... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Simple Digital Tool Improves Safety at Norwegian Offshore Shipyard
Aker Solutions, a company previously known for its physical suggestion boxes, has developed a customised digital solution in collaboration with researchers from SINTEF. The new solution, in the form of a mobile app and computer software, has greatly improved communication and opened up new project follow-up opportunities... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



MARINA suspends safety certificate of capsized passenger boat in Binangonan
MARINA on Friday suspended the safety certificate of the passenger boat which capsized in Binangonan, Rizal. In a statement, MARINA said it suspended the Passenger Ship Safety Certificate (PSSC) of motorized banca Princess Aya “effective immediately until further notice from this authority.” The passenger boat capsized in the Laguna Lake near Binangonan at 1 p.m. on Thursday... -GMA News Online

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Cruise Industry Association Says Passenger Ships Have Not Been Banned From Dutch Capital
In Amsterdam, a city council moves to 'keep' cruise ships out of the city-centre, according to Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), the world's largest cruise industry trade association. As Tradewinds reports, Amsterdam is certainly looking to prevent massive sized cruise ships from berthing in close proximity to the centre of the city... -Afloat

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Tugboat Collision in Houston Ship Channel Due to Excessive Speed
According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), a tugboat collided with a containership in the Houston Ship Channel last year due to excessive speed during an advanced harbor-assist maneuver. The incident occurred on April 14, 2022, when the tugboat George M was positioning for a ship-assist maneuver and the containership MSC Aquarius was transiting north in the channel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jul-2023



Bulk carrier lost rudder while leaving Tauranga, NZ
Bulk carrier ACHILLES BULKER lost steering while leaving Tauranga, NZ, in the afternoon Jul 24. Bulk carrier with cargo of logs is or was bound for China. Tugs came to assist, ACHILLES BULKER was anchored at Tauranga outer anchorage, and as of Jul 30, remains anchored. The ship lost her rudder, found later on seabed,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:31-Jul-2023


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