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India To Build 5 Fleet Support Ships Worth 20,000 Crore
In a significant capability boost for the Indian Navy, the Central Government has approved the construction of five fleet support ships (abbreviated FSS) worth Rs. 20,000 crore, per ANI. The vessels will help replenish naval warships at sea by supplying items like ammunition, fuel, and food. The five FSS will be constructed by state-run, Visakhapatnam-based HSL.. -Marine Insight

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Regulators could incentivise the use of ammonia as a maritime fuel
In their latest white paper, commissioned by Amogy, Guidehouse finds that ammonia shows considerable promise as a clean fuel suitable for use in the shipping industry, however not enough incentive is presented for stakeholders to turn to ammonia... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Biofuel Bunkering Trial Finds 20% Drop in Emissions
The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) has conducted a trial using a vegetable oil biofuel blend in a dual-fuel LPG carrier, and found that net carbon emissions were reduced by 20% compared to VLSFO. This trial is part of a larger $18 million project aimed at testing different biofuel blends to reduce carbon emissions in the shipping industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



LPG tanker’s engine room fire exposes training concerns
The UK Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has released its accident investigation report on the engine room fire that occurred on the Moritz Schulte on August 4, 2020. The investigation found that the fire was caused by a recently promoted third engineer who opened a pressurized fuel filter, causing fuel to splash onto a neighboring engine’s hot exhaust... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Isle of Man Ship Registry's commitment to the welfare of seafarers
The Isle of Man Ship Registry has undertaken several initiatives to focus on and improve the welfare of seafarers. The latest has seen it become a member of charity ISWAN. ISWAN exists to improve the lives of seafarers and their families by providing services including welfare resources, relief funds, help-lines and self-help guides... -Isle of Man Today

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



The Seafarers' Happiness Index and aspirations
Michael Grey explores whether we should be surprised at the declining index for seafarer happiness and the expectations of different generations. There has been some concern expressed that the Seafarers’ Happiness Index, that admirable measure of contentment periodically compiled by the Mission to Seafarers and the Standard Club is on the way down again... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Sonowal to chair two-day meeting of Maritime State Development In Gujrat
Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal is scheduled to chair the 19th meeting of the Maritime State Development Council (MSDC) scheduled on 18th and 19th August at Kevadia in Gujarat. As per a press release by the Ports, Shipping and Waterways Ministry, discussions will be focused upon significant issues pertaining to the overall progress of the maritime sector... -ANI News

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Ferry services cancelled due to maritime skills shortage.
Fullers 360, a ferry service in Auckland, has decided to temporarily cancel three ferry services in order to focus on training new deckhands and skippers. The training program is expected to last between 14 and 18 months, during which ferry services at Birkenhead, Te Onewa Northcote Point, and Bayswater will be cancelled indefinitely... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Philippines: Supreme Court affirms seafarer disability ruling
THE Supreme Court has affirmed a Court of Appeals ruling that found a seafarer to be entitled to permanent disability benefits after he suffered a hand and shoulder injury while on duty. In a resolution dated Jan. 23 and made public on Aug. 10, the tribunal concurred with the appellate court’s decision to uphold the findings of company-designated physicians,.. -BusinessWorld Online

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Vancouver company to repurpose cruise ship to floatel
A Vancouver company that specializes in refurbishing ships into floating hotels for industrial work forces plans to convert an Estonian cruise ship into a floating work accommodation by the end of this year. Bridgemans Services Group recently acquired the MV Isabelle, an Estonian cruise ship that was built in 1989. It will be renovated into a floating hotel... -Business in Vancouver

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



USCG Responds to Ammonia Leak on Vessel with Long History of Violations
The U.S. Coast Guard and Washington state officials are responding to reports of an ammonia leak aboard a 77-year-old fishing processing vessel with a long history of violations. Teams in HAZMAT suits could be observed working on the Pacific Producer, which is moored in the FOSS Waterway in Tacoma, Washington... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



First automated container terminal introduced at Taiwan’s Kaohsiung port.
Taiwan has unveiled its first fully automated container terminal, which has a depth of 18 meters and a total length of 2,415 meters. The terminal boasts five deep-sea container berths and can accommodate four super-large container ships of 24,000 TEU each simultaneously... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



FueLNG and Shell Successfully Perform 1st SIMOPS LNG Bunkering in Southeast Asia
Oil major Shell, Japanese shipping company NYK Line, and FueLNG, a joint venture between Keppel Offshore & Marine and Shell Eastern Petroleum, have completed the first simultaneous operations (SIMOPS) liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering for a pure car and truck carrier (PCTC) in Southeast Asia... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Ocean Power Technologies’ WAM Vessel Successfully Attaches in Record Time.
Ocean Power Technologies has achieved a significant milestone in the autonomous maritime technology field by demonstrating its Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel (WAM-V) successfully attaching itself remotely to a buoy and establishing a charging connection. This breakthrough represents a major advancement in integrating renewable energy sources within the maritime industry, according to OPT... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Glashütte Original’s New Senator Chronometer: Maritime Elegance at Sea
Marine chronometers, developed in the 18th century, revolutionized maritime navigation by providing accurate timekeeping at sea. They allowed navigators to determine longitude, which was crucial for accurate navigation and preventing shipwrecks. Glashütte Original’s Senator Chronometer is a modern version of these historical instruments.... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Fire Aboard Fremantle Highway: Damage Assessment and Safety Concerns for Electric Cars
The Fremantle Highway, a roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) cargo ship, caught fire while en route from Germany to Singapore with 3,783 cars on board. The blaze was so intense that it affected multiple decks of the ship. Salvage companies estimate that around 900 vehicles survived the fire... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Cargo Vessel Collision in Texas Caused by False Alarm: NTSB Report
Last year, a collision between two cargo vessels near Port Arthur, Texas was caused by a loss of propulsion due to a false alarm, according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The incident occurred on August 21, 2022, when the general cargo ship Damgracht lost propulsion after its main engine shut down due to a false alarm triggered by high oil mist density sensed by its oil mist detector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



The U.S. Offshore Wind Industry is Ready for Takeoff - TriplePundit
The U.S. Offshore Wind Industry is Ready for Takeoff  TriplePundit

Posted On:18-Aug-2023



Oman welcomes world’s first liquefied hydrogen vessel Suiso Frontier
At Sultan Qaboos Port, Oman has received the first liquefied hydrogen carrier ship Suiso Frontier as part of the Japanese tanker’s regional tour in the Middle East. Oman News Agency said that Salim Nasser Al Aufi, Minister of Energy and Minerals, and officials from the sectors of hydrogen, transport and logistics, toured the carrier ship’s facilities as well as the hydrogen transfer control room,.. -Offshore Energy

Posted On:18-Aug-2023


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