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India’s role grows in South Asia’s maritime history: Sonowal
India’s Union Minister of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, stated that India is playing a crucial role in shaping the maritime history of South Asia. He made these remarks during the Global Maritime India Summit (GMIS) 2023 roadshow, emphasizing India’s commitment to regional influence and cultural ties... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Roadshow in Mumbai Highlights Growth and Collaboration in Indian Maritime Sector
The Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, along with the Directorate General of Shipping and the Shipping Corporation of India, hosted a roadshow in Mumbai to promote cooperative and sustainable growth in the maritime sector. The event, led by government officials and industry pioneers, connected participants from 10 countries and showcased 36 vessels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Industry unites over battle against invasive species in cargoes
Shipping lines, shippers, and governments are working together to combat the global issue of pests carried in containers and bulk cargoes that can cause billions of dollars in crop damage. The spread of invasive species via the containerised supply chains is becoming increasingly recognised as a major concern by governments... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Mitsubishi’s ammonia fuel system showcased for ships.
Mitsubishi Shipping Co. is showcasing its ammonia handling system, called the Mitsubishi Ammonia Supply and Safety System (MAmmoSS), which aims to support the use of ammonia as a marine fuel. This system is expected to contribute to a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in the maritime sector. As part of the MAmmoSS,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Global shipping community endorses Saudi Maritime Congress
The 4th edition of Saudi Maritime Congress puts the spotlight on the scope of opportunity within this burgeoning sector and the fast-growing maritime logistics potential. Taking place at Dhahran Expo, Dammam, September 20 to 21, 2023, this year’s event has a compelling speaker line-up, which is a strong endorsement of how significant this show is for the kingdom and its global industry partners... -Trade Arabia

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Hyundai Delivers “Engineeerless” Bulker for Extended Sailing
HD Hyundai has successfully delivered the first merchant ship equipped with AI-enabled machinery monitoring and safety systems. This technology allows the ship to sail for extended periods without the aid of a navigator, engineer, or deckhand. The vessel is a newly-built 180,000 dwt bulker owned by H-Line Shipping and powered by LNG... -Crerw Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



IMO declares Nigerian waterways unsafe over abandoned oil-theft vessels
Nigerian Navy has revealed that the unfortunate culture of abandoning oil theft vessels along the waterways was one of the major reasons the international Maritime Organization, IMO, declared the country’s ports and waterways unsafe to do business in the past... -Vanguard

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



P&O Britannia cruise ship involved in collision amid severe storms in Mallorca
A cruise ship, Britannia, broke free from its moorings and collided with a freight vessel during a storm in Mallorca, Spain. Passengers on board described being confined to their cabins as they were pushed ashore by tugs. A walkway also fell into the sea during the incident. P&O Cruises, the operator of Britannia, stated that a small number of people sustained minor injuries and are being cared for on board... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Second vessel departs from Odessa via temporary Black Sea corridor
A ship carrying steel products from Ukraine’s port of Odessa to Africa has left through a makeshift corridor in the Black Sea. This is the second ship to use the corridor since Russia withdrew from a UN-brokered deal that allowed safe grain exports. The Liberian-flagged ship PRIMUS had been in port since February 2022, before the Russian invasion, and was transporting steel products... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Carnival Cruise Line Speeds Up Iconic Ship Repair
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that the Carnival Freedom will receive a new “whale tail” funnel during its upcoming dry dock in October 2023. The ship’s original funnel was damaged in a fire in May 2022, resulting in the loss of its distinctive wings. Brand ambassador John Heald confirmed that the new funnel will be installed during the dry dock, along with other routine maintenance and upgrades... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Spanish police discover 9.5 tonnes of cocaine concealed in bananas
Spanish police have made a record seizure of cocaine, discovering 9.5 tons of the drug hidden in banana crates in a shipping container from Ecuador. This is the largest ever amount found in a single container in Spain, and is said to be a major blow to a prominent criminal organization involved in cocaine distribution. The boxes were marked with over 30 different logos,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Advancing Ship Strategies for Minimizing Underwater Noise
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) plans to present a revised plan in January to reduce underwater noise from ships. The IMO Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Construction will propose steps to further reduce a ship’s noise footprint to the higher-level Marine Environment Protection Committee. The IMO has primarily focused on recommendations to improve hull design to increase noise resistance... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Are we facing a shortage of modern VLCCs?
A VLCC that newbuilding orderbook sits at just 1.5% of the current fleet and any new contracts now won’t be delivered until second half of 2026, was flagged up by Frontline during its half year results. “What is worrying is the lack of orderbooks for VLCCs and Suezmax. We have the highest percentage of kind of the population above 20 years we've ever seen,” CEO of Frontline said... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Panama Canal eases draft limits, lowers daily transit volume
Panama Canal authorities have called on global shipping organizations to coordinate their transit plans as the canal faces an unprecedented drought and draft restrictions. The Neopanamax locks have lowered draft restrictions on ships by 2m and reduced the volume of daily transits by 20%, leading to a backlog of ships at both ends of the canal... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



DCIL to host virtual roadshow for Global Maritime Summit in Visakhapatnam
Dredging Corporation of India Limited (DCIL) will be hosting a virtual roadshow for the Global Maritime India Summit on August 28. The event will take place at the DCIL auditorium and will serve as a prelude to the main summit. The announcement was made by DCIL chairman Madhiyan Angamuthu... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



German, Korean experts discuss decarbonization
Experts from South Korea and Germany discussed ways to tackle urgent environmental challenges by decarbonizing industry at the 3rd Korean-German Climate and Environment Conference in Seoul on Thursday... -The Korea Herald

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Mariner accused of rape barred from sea work
Coast Guard sailor Edgar Sison has surrendered his credential to work on ships after being accused of sexually assaulting his subordinate, a college student. While Sison will not face criminal charges, he has been administratively charged by Coast Guard officials. The case gained national attention when the victim, Hope Hicks, shared her account of the incident on a blog... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



Fujian’s 1st battery-powered cruise ship hits the water
Fujian’s first pure battery-powered cruise ship has been launched at Fujian Funing Shipbuilding Co., the battery-powered ship assembly base of Fujian Shipbuilding Industry Group Company. The ship is 27.66 meters long, 7 meters wide and 1.9 meters deep, and can carry 102 passengers. The capacity of the battery is 840 kW·h, providing sufficient power for 70 km sailing... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



General cargo ship major fire, Jakarta
Fire erupted in fore area of general cargo ship KOTA NABIRE, berthed in Sunda Kelapa Harbor, Jakarta, at around 1400 LT Aug 26. At least 15 engines and 70 firefighters responded, plus port tugs. As of 0230 LT Aug 27, fire understood to be extinguished... -FleetMon

Posted On:28-Aug-2023



​ Freighter troubled but refused help, dangerously close to shore, Black sea
General cargo ship AMANOS is apparently in trouble in Black sea, in Romanian and Bulgarian waters. Romania maritime authorities on Aug 26 were alerted on ship’s condition and status of the ship, but the ship didn’t request assistance and more, refused any help offered by Romanian SAR... -FleetMon

Posted On:28-Aug-2023


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