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India: Sonowal to unveil blueprint for building a robust maritime ecosystem
The Indian maritime shipping industry stands on the cusp of transformational change as it gears up to power the India@100 vision. With a coastline spanning over 7,500 kms and maritime trade accounting for a staggering 95% of India's total trade volume, the maritime sector holds a pivotal role in the country's economy... -Economic Times

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Normal traffic returns to Suez Canal after 2 tankers collide
Normal traffic has resumed in the Suez Canal after a brief slowdown following the collision of two oil tankers in the world's most heavily trafficked waterway. The Suez Canal authority said in a statement that the BW Lesmes, a Singapore-flagged tanker that carries liquefied natural gas, suffered a mechanical malfunction on Tuesday night and ran aground while transiting through the canal... -CBC News

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Insightful Conference by Sailors’ Society Maritime Schools
The Sailors’ Society has successfully launched its 2023 Maritime Schools’ Conferences, attracting a record number of cadets and offering fresh insights from Generation Z mariners. The North Asia Conference saw over 2,000 students participate, with many expressing that the event enhanced their understanding of mental well-being and self-care practices... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Shipping's surprising story of decarbonisation cooperation
Nautilus has been closely involved with the work of the Maritime Just Transition Task Force, an unprecedented initiative to ensure seafarers are treated fairly during the technological transition to greener shipping. Rob Coston reports on progress as the Task Force enters the second phase of its work.. -Nautilus International

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



India and Philippines Coast Guards Strengthen Maritime Cooperation
The Indian Coast Guard and the Philippine Coast Guard have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance maritime cooperation between the two nations. The agreement, signed on August 22, 2023, in New Delhi, highlights the shared commitment of both countries to strengthen their partnership in the maritime domain... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Liberian Registry creates Yoram Cohen Scholarship at WMU
The Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR) has established a scholarship in memory of Yoram Cohen, the founder of the Liberian Registry, to support research in maritime and ocean-related studies. The scholarship will focus on areas such as decarbonisation of international shipping, innovation, and seafarer safety and well-being... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Zeaborn to Pay $2 Million for Illegally Dumping Oily Bilge Water and Garbage Overboard
Singaporean shipping company Zeaborn Ship Management has pleaded guilty to maintaining false and incomplete records relating to the discharge of oily bilge water and garbage on board the vessel Star Maia. Zeaborn has agreed to pay a $2 million penalty. The Chief Engineer, Constancio Estuye, and Captain, Alexander Parreno, have also pleaded guilty for their involvement in the crimes... -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Lessons learned: Mooring incident leads to fatality
Britannia P&I Club presents a case study where a mooring incident led to fatality, with the aim of analysing it to draw lessons learned. A crew member suffered a fatal head injury on board a 20,236gt general cargo vessel which was in the process of loading grain while moored alongside another bulk carrier... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Midshipman X: Mariner Relinquishes USCG License Prior to Coast Guard Rape Hearing
A source close to the investigation has informed gCaptain that Edgar Sison will relinquish his engineering officer license following allegations of sexual assault raised by the US Coast Guard in the widely publicized Midshipman X case. This decision arrived after the FBI chose not to apprehend or prosecute Sison. By surrendering his license,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



NYK Receives ISO Certification for Crew Transfer Vessel
NYK, a Japanese shipping company, has received ISO9001:20151 certification for its efforts to promote safe operations of its crew transfer vessel (CTV) in the offshore wind industry. The company plans to implement NAV90004 activities, which are based on their own safety standard NAV9000, to further enhance quality control and navigation safety... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Global Seafarer survey shows crews facing lower pay and longer spells at sea
Declining wages and longer spells at sea are threatening to plunge the shipping industry into a recruitment crisis unless fundamental changes are made to working conditions, a new report has found. The survey by the Mission to Seafarers charity asked 10 key questions about day-to-day life and working conditions to gauge the mood of crews around the world... -The National

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Sea-Watch criticizes Italy for detaining rescue ship
Italian authorities have impounded the Aurora, a sea rescue ship operated by humanitarian organization Sea-Watch, for the next 20 days. Sea-Watch criticized the Italian authorities for grounding the ship after a 37-hour standoff, claiming that it endangered the lives of both crew members and migrants on board... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Marine Learning Systems And Intelligent Seas Group
Maritime e-learning specialists Intelligent Seas Group (ISG) and Marine Learning Systems (MLS) announced they are teaming up to deliver flexible, digital learning solutions to the on- and offshore maritime industries. The formal collaboration marries ISG’s eLearning content library with MLS’ maritime-specific learning platform, which includes a highly configurable learning management system (LMS) and live skills assessment tool... -MarineLink

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Australian Japanese Partners sign Agreement For Industrial-Scale Shipping Solution Of CO2
FEnEx CRC, JX NOEX”, LETA, MOL, and Osaka Gas) have executed a Project Agreement for the “LP Technology R&D Project” to conduct research and development to demonstrate the technical feasibility and operability of low-pressure and low temperature solutions for the bulk transport of CO2 by ships... -Marine Insight

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



15 men in shipping industry nabbed for alleged diesel misappropriation
Fifteen men, all holding various positions in the shipping industry, have been arrested on Monday over alleged misappropriation of subsidised diesel. Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department director Datuk Seri Ramli Mohamed Yoosuf said the suspects, aged between 29 and 52, were detained separately in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negri Sembilan, Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu... -New Straits Times

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Maritime Industry Giants Unite to Forge Sustainable Future in Commercial Shipping
A new chapter has begun in the maritime industry, as leaders from across the field have collaborated to reshape the future of commercial shipping. United by a shared commitment to environmental responsibility and technological advancement, Cargill, BAR Technologies, Mitsubishi Corporation, and Yara Marine Technologies have joined forces to usher in a new era of sustainable and efficient maritime transportation... -AZoCleantech

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Higher targets for lower emissions in global shipping
Nautilus was involved in the IMO conference that produced this year's historic international agreement on cutting emissions from shipping. David Appleton explains what was decided and what the implications are for seafarers.
During a tense week of discussions in early July, the International Maritime Organization finally adopted a revised strategy for reducing GHG emissions... -Nautilus International

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Eight humpback whales collide with boats in under a month.
Researchers are alarmed by the increasing number of humpback whales being struck by vessels off the coast of British Columbia. At least eight whale strikes have occurred between July 20 and August 11, including humpbacks near Tofino and Campbell River. Three of the collisions involved a B.C. Ferries vessel, a large catamaran ferry, and a cruise ship... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Aug-2023



Tanker engulfed in flames, South China, 2 crew missing
Tanker SHENG YOU 229, loaded with 6858 tons of diesel oil, caught fire in cargo tanks area at Qinzhou anchorage, China, Gulf of Tonkin, at around 1430 Beijing time Aug 22. Fire engulfed cargo tanks area and spread aft to superstructure. Qinzhou Maritime Authorities responded, sending SAR and CG vessels. Of 17 crew on board, 15 were rescued, 2 went missing... -FleetMon

Posted On:24-Aug-2023


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