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Market Recovery Indicated by India’s Ship Recycling Deals
The ship recycling markets in the Indian sub-continent continue to face complications, with low market prices due to a lack of vessels and financing approvals in Bangladesh and Pakistan. However, India remains a beacon of hope in the industry, as impressive deals were concluded there this week, suggesting better days may lie ahead... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Panama Grants Self-Sailing Approval to Korea Line
Korea Line LNG, a subsidiary of Korea Line Corp., has received approval for self-sailing from Panama, the flag state, for its LNG bunkering vessel, the SM Jeju LNG 2. The ship supplies LNG fuel to LNG-powered ships at sea and is equipped with the Samsung Autonomous Ship (SAS) system... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Nordic tech to power the world's biggest electric ship
Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania has selected two Nordic companies to provide the battery and propulsion technology for the world’s largest electric ship, as the industry looks to charter a course toward greener voyages.
Incat is currently constructing the 130-metre-long battery-electric vessel at its factory on the island of Tasmania, off the coast of Australia... -TNW

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



AET takes delivery of LNG dual-fuel VLCC for Shell
AET has taken delivery of the first of three LNG dual-fuel VLCCs for long-term charter to Shell. The 300,000 dwt, Malaysian-flagged, Eagle Vellore, was named at MMHE shipyard in Johor, Malaysia on Monday. The vessel was built at Hanwha Ocean and classed by Lloyd’s Register... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Ensuring Seafarers’ Safety: A Key Practice for a Smooth Voyage
As the backbone of the global shipping industry, seafarers play a vital role in ensuring the smooth operation of maritime trade. However, their job is not without risks. To promote a safe working environment, it is crucial for companies to prioritize seafarers’ safety and provide adequate training and resources... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



K Line kick starts ChatGPT-powered tool across Japan offices
Japanese shipping heavyweight Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has started using AIplicity Chat Powered by ChatGPT API (AIplicity Chat) provided by Japan Business Systems, Inc. across its offices in Japan. The system is an AI chat service based on the Azure OpenAI Service which Microsoft offers on its Azure cloud... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Crew shortage behind 4 in 10 BC Ferries cancellations last year, report finds
About four in 10 cancelled sailings on BC Ferries last fiscal year were the result of the ferry service’s staffing woes, according to a company report. The report found about 1,100 of more than 2,800 cancellations from April 2022 to March 2023 were due to crew shortages. That figure was more than double the 522 crew-related cancellations in the previous fiscal year,.. -Global News

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Greater ESG accountability is now matched by the power of digital tools
A major cultural shift in shipping is intrinsically linked to an ongoing technological revolution. The industry is facing growing pressure to demonstrate its environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials. This is happening precisely at a time when the vast amount of data collected on board enables companies not only to report on but also to improve their performance...  Ship Technology

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Mentoring and soft skills: Empowering the human factor in maritime
Many strategies exist to aid in the development of soft skills, but one of the most fruitful approaches is through mentorship, where soft skills are not only taught but also practiced. Mentors have played an essential role in communities since ancient times. A mentor is someone who has expertise and experience in a subject that they pass on to a mentee... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Creating a diverse workplace onboard: Key benefits for seafarers
In the course of time, the maritime industry is ramping up efforts to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in their workforce and reap the rewards. According to ICS, diversity is the existence of variations of different characteristics in a group of people. These could be everything that makes us unique, such as our cognitive skills and personality traits, along with things that shape our identity...  SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



World’s First Ship with an ‘AI Engineer’ Constructed by HD KSOE
South Korea’s shipbuilding company HD Korea Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (HD KSOE) has built and delivered the world’s first ship with an AI engineer. The vessel, a 180,000-ton LNG-powered bulk carrier, was constructed by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Know if they know: Kirkpatrick's four levels of training evaluation
Training is an important and complex procedure that may have different effects and levels of success for each individual. That is why training needs to be evaluated in order to improve its effectiveness, especially maritime and seafarer training, which is crucial not only for the safe transport of global goods but also for all those people’s welfare onboard...  SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Passengers File Lawsuit, Alleging Carnival’s Mishandling of Norovirus Outbreak
A Carnival Cruise passenger, Julie McLean-Phillips, has accused the cruise line of mishandling norovirus outbreaks on their ships. McLean-Phillips claims that she and her sister fell ill with the norovirus during their trip on Carnival’s Sun Princess cruise ship in December 2016... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Aug-2023



Tanzanian Cargo Ship AMANOS at Risk of Sinking in Black Sea
A Tanzanian-flagged cargo ship is at risk of sinking in the Black Sea, off the coast of Romania. The ship, named AMANOS, sent an SOS signal near the city of Mangalia, stating that the bow of the ship was broken and water was flooding in. Romanian rescue ships were dispatched to the location, but the captain of AMANOS refused their help... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Aug-2023


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