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Wind Power Comes to Cargo Ships as Shipping Goes Green
Around 3500 B.C., Egyptian mariners suspended woven reeds on ships to capture wind to propel boats along the Nile River, inventing the first sailboats and enabling maritime commerce. Now modern-day shippers are adapting this ancient technology in a bid to cut the very 21st century challenge of greenhouse gas emissions... -Bloomberg

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Every Seafarer Can Have an Impact on Greener Shipping
Teaming up with London-based clean-tech company Signol, BSM studied how individual behavioural change can lead to a reduction in ships’ energy demand and carbon emissions. This was done by combining operational data analysis from selected vessels managed by BSM Deutschland (BSMD) with cutting-edge behavioural science in the form of an app and tailored communications developed by Signol... -he Maritime Executive

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



UK: Eligible seafarers will get half of their training paid
The future of maritime has been given a funding boost by the UK Government with an increase in training subsidies for cadets and ratings. Namely, eligible seafarers will get half of their training paid, providing a real investment in the future of maritime and securing future growth... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Carnival Cruise Ship Rescues Six Migrants from Makeshift Raft
Carnival Paradise came to the rescue of a makeshift raft in the Florida Strait, just three weeks since the cruise ship performed a rescue operation for another refugee boat. Reports from US Officials that the Cuban refugee crisis is worsening seems to be confirmed by an increase in rescue operations by cruise ships in the last couple of months... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Stena Line Reports 11% Cut In Carbon Emissions
Stena Line says that it has decreased the carbon emissions by 11% per ton of cargo carried over each nautical mile, plus a reduction of 4% total ship emissions compared to pre-Covid operations. According to the company, the main contributor is the higher utilization of its fleet with cargo during the latest years... -MarineLink

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Fiji: Maritime businesses reap rewards
Villages in Lomaiviti are reaping the rewards of businesses they have setup with the assistance of the European Union in the Pacific and implemented by the Adventist Development and Relief Agency Fiji, ADRA Germany and ADRA Austria. The Vatulele Women’s Club has saved over $5000 from their solar freezer business,.. -FBC News

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Cruise companies are doing too little to protect the environment - Survey
Cruise shipping companies are still doing far too little to protect the environment, health and the climate, a new cruise ranking of Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU), a German non-governmental organization dedicated to conservation, shows... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



P&O Maritime Logistics expands cargo service across the Red Sea
P&O Maritime Logistics will help debottleneck customer supply chains by ensuring there is a faster cargo turnaround, enabled by the company’s unique and recently modified Multi Carrying Vessels (MCVs) that now can carry containerised cargo. In partnership with Unifeeder, P&O Maritime Logistics will increase connectivity across the Red Sea between Port of Jeddah and Port Sudan... -American Journal of Transportation

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Ship Upgrades and Operational Changes Cut Viking s CO2 by a Third
The maritime sector is looking for new ways to cut emissions to meet future climate targets, but Finnish cruise ferry operator Viking Line reports that it has already made a significant dent. Viking reports that it has cut its fleet’s CO2 per mile by nearly a third over the span of the past 15 years, thanks in large part to investments in "the Baltic Sea’s most climate-smart vessels."... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Fuel price hike: Marine fishing industry struggles to stay afloat
Bangladesh’s marine fishing industry is barely keeping head above water as their operating costs have risen significantly after fuel prices were hiked twice in the last eight months. Fuel cost accounts for 70 per cent of the total operating cost involved in running a fishing trawler while maintenance cost, food allowance and wages make up the rest... -The Daily Star

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



USA: Centers focus on career paths to marine industry
Things are a little quiet right now at the building at 1606 R Avenue that houses the Skagit Valley College Marine Technology Center, the Northwest Career and Technical Academy and the Northwest Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing and Technology, but that will soon change... -goskagit.com

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



In Luxury Travel, Small Ship Cruises and Private Yacht Charters Are Trending Up
In a sizzling hot luxury market, small ship cruises and private yacht charters are clear standouts. Luxury travel is remarkably resilient, bouncing back earlier and faster than other travel sectors following crises like the Covid pandemic. Two high-end vacation experiences witnessing remarkable growth in this hot market are private yacht charters and luxury small ship cruises... -Travel Weekly

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



RSGT of Saudi Arabia to Run New PCT Terminal of Chittagong Port
Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT), the largest terminal facility in Saudi Arabia, has been selected by the Ministry of Transport, Bangladesh, to operate the new terminal, the Patenga Container Terminal at the Chittagong Port. The port of Chittagong, which was recently named Chattogram, handled a record volume of 3.2 million TEU in 2021’s financial year... -Fleetmon

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Ferry aground, passengers evacuated, Indonesia
Ferry GLORY MARY with 202 passengers and 17 crew on board ran aground on a coast of Salibabu Island, Talaud Islands, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, at around 0500 WITA (UTC +8) Aug 23. Passengers evacuation began shortly after grounding, understood all have been evacuated, all are safe... -Fleetmon

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



COSCO bulk carrier troubled while trying to enter La Coruna, Spain
Bulk carrier WEN ZHU HAI encountered engine issue on Aug 23 while approaching La Coruna entrance, Spain, with 70,000 tons of Brazilian maize on board. 5 tugs responded, bulk carrier was safely guided into the port and berthed at 1740 UTC Aug 23... -Fleetmon

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Oil spill from ro-ro ship, Red sea
Jordan is cleansing its’ Aqaba beaches, Gulf of Aqaba, Red sea, from oil spill, which occurred last week, said Jordan authorities on Aug 23. According to their statement, ro-ro FLOWER OF SEA is the source of oil spill, caused by faulty bunker tank or tanks. The ship arrived at Aqaba anchorage on Aug 13 and remains in the same position... -Fleetmon

Posted On:25-Aug-2022



Tragic death of 21-year old Ukrainian sailor
Ukrainian industry news outlet Seafarer News reported tragic death of a 21-year old Ukrainian seaman on board of Greek bulk carrier MELPOMENI, on Aug 18. According to the story, young seaman was working all day through under scorching sun. He felt sick and collapsed unconscious. He died, from heart attack or from stroke... -Fleetmon

Posted On:25-Aug-2022


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