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India: EAM heads to UAE, focus on renewable energy, maritime security
The visit of Jaishankar comes after the recent first I2U2 Summit Level meeting in the Gulf Region in July where the focus of talk was maritime, energy and food security. India, the US, the UAE and Israel are part of the I2U2 or West Asia QUAD... -The Financial Express

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



IMO Secretary-General to visit Odesa to gauge Grain Initiative
IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim is scheduled to visit the port of Odesa on 29 August, to see at first-hand the implementation of the Black Sea Grain Initiative. IMO Sec-Gen will also hear how ship safety and port management is being implemented. Mr. Lim is expected to board a ship and speak to seafarers... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



How Supply Chain Management is redefined using Blockchain
The supply chain industry is at the cusp of a transformation. Cutting-edge startups are building platform-driven solutions that are all set to disrupt this space by leveraging the power of IoT and blockchain technologies... -Logistics Insider

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Maersk to Sell Russian Terminal Investment and Grow in Malaysia
A.P. Moller-Maersk has entered into an agreement to divest its investment in Russia’s largest container terminal operator five months after announcing its planned withdrawal from the business after the invasion of Ukraine... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Integrated e-navigation solution launched
Sperry Marine has partnered with Egersund, Norway-headquartered NAVTOR to launch Sperry Marine Navigation Charts and Voyage Planning. Designed to optimize vessel safety and efficiency, the service provides an integrated e-navigation solution that reduces administration associated with chart updates and route planning and improves cyber security... -Marine Log

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



World’s ’largest private residential ship’ docks in Scotland
The “largest private residential ship” in the world docked on Sunday at a Scottish port where it will rest for three days before travelling onward to the Pacific Islands on Tuesday. The World, a 644-foot-long vessel consisting of 165 privately-owned residences, began its 2022 journey in Pacific North America and will complete its year-long voyage in South America and the Caribbean... -The National

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



NUSI secretary booked for siphoning off crores from seafarers’ welfare funds
The Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) of the Mumbai police has registered an FIR against the secretary of the National Union of Seafarers of India (NUSI) for allegedly siphoning off money collected in the name of provident fund, social allowance and welfare funds from the salaries of 1.6 lakh Indian seafarers working on foreign ships... -Hindustan Times

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Vision Marine Smashes the World Record for World’s Fastest Electric Boat
Vision Marine Technologies, Inc., the global leader in the electric recreational marine propulsion industry serving OEMs, is proud to announce an historic milestone in the boating industry by shattering the 100 MPH speed barrier on an electric watercraft. The event, in its 34th year, catered to a plethora of onsite and online video streaming viewers... -GlobeNewswire

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Awe as one of the largest ever cargo ships makes anchor off UK coast
ONE of the largest ever cargo ships is currently anchored off the UK coast. ONE of the largest ever cargo ships is currently anchored off the UK coast. According to vesselfinder.com, the ship arrived at its current position on Saturday (August 27) after leaving Belgium’s Port of Antwerp... -Express

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



The Dead Animal The Deadliest Catch Crew Risked Their Lives To Bring Onboard
The Discovery Channel series "Deadliest Catch" is filmed out on the Bering Sea, which means the footage captured each season offers a rare glimpse into a majestic natural world. Across 18 seasons, the vessels and fleet that set sail from Dutch Harbor, Alaska to fish the treacherous waters of the sea risk their lives to catch king crab, opilio crab, and more,.. -Looper

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Making vessel operations future ready: Blue Water rolls out BOSS CII Estimator
Blue Water being cognizant of the recent CII developments, has introduced a smart and practical CII Estimator, that allows vessel owners and operators to assess future operational impact on their fleets, and gives them estimates to improve efficiency, optimize CII ratings and help with their decarbonisation targets... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Denmark And Germany Agree To Offshore Wind Link
Germany has secured a power link to a planned offshore wind hub in the Danish part of the Baltic Sea that will help reduce energy dependence on Russia, Denmark’s energy ministry said on Monday... -gCpatain

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



IMO carries out needs assessment on Malawi maritime sector
IMO has conducted a needs assessment mission to Malawi from 22 to 26 August, in order to assess and support the country’s maritime sector. The objectives of the mission were to make recommendations on the enactment of regulations – in line with the provisions of IMO’s International Convention on STCW... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



For The First Time, NYK Group To Exhibit In The Wind Expo
NYK Line and group companies NYK Bulk & Projects Carriers Ltd. and Japan Marine Science Inc. will participate in Wind Expo Autumn 2022 at Makuhari Messe from August 31 to September 2. The NYK Group has participated in Wind Expo’s spring exhibition for three consecutive years since 2020, but this will be the first time for the NYK Group to exhibit at Wind Expo’s autumn event... -Marine Insight

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



India: KMB Bill will be a catalyst for maritime growth - Ports Minister
The Kerala Maritime Board (Amendment) Bill, 2022, which was passed by the Assembly on Monday, would bring in a noticeable change in the maritime development of the State, said Ports Minister Ahammad Devarkovil... -The Hindu

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Approval for Rotor Sail Design as Hyundai Focuses on Eco-Friendly Ship
South Korean shipbuilding Hyundai Heavy Industries is previewing its design for a rotor sail which is part of the company’s efforts to focus on high-value shipbuilding and meeting the emerging demand for future eco-friendly ships that address demands for reductions in CO2 emissions... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



ABS launches new sustainability guide for greener offshore operations
ABS has launched detailed requirements for greener offshore operations in the first sustainability guide to target the offshore industry. Developed by working with major offshore industry clients, the newly-released revised sustainability guide is expanded with offshore asset compliance requirements... -Marine Log

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Atlantic Canada makes strides to decarbonize commercial marine vessels
With pressure building on the commercial marine sector to decarbonize, stakeholders in the Atlantic Provinces are taking the lead with pilot programs, vessel launches and policy research to develop new solutions for commercial watercraft... -Electric Autonomy

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Stena Ferry Drifting in the Baltic After Truck Fire was Extinguished
Late this evening, engineers aboard the Stena Scandica were able to restart two of the engines aboard the vessel, which had been drifting in rough seas after a truck caught fire on the vehicle deck and caused the ship to black out... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:30-Aug-2022



Search called off for seafarer missing from Berge Bulk vessel in NZ
Search and rescue efforts have been called off for a missing seafarer believed to have been lost overboard from a Berge Bulk vessel off New Zealand. The Chinese seafarer was on board the Isle of Man-flagged, bulker Berge Rishiri, which left Bluff in New Zealand early on 27 August morning... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:30-Aug-2022


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