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India, Kenya to cooperate in maritime security of Indian Ocean
Goa Shipyard Limited and Kenya Shipyard Limited signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Tuesday for capacity building and collaboration in ship design and construction. The MoU was signed as Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and visiting Kenyan Cabinet Secretary for Defence Aden Bare Duale discussed capacity building and defence industry cooperation during talks... -The Hindu

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



India: UP CM advocates for establishment of state waterways authority
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has called for the appointment of eminent experts for key positions in the state’s proposed Inland Water Transport Authority. He suggests that the transport commissioner of the state should be nominated as the CEO of the authority. Adityanath emphasized the importance of coordination with the Inland Waterways Authority of India... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Maersk’s Methanol-Fueled Containership Makes History
Maersk’s new feeder ship, the first methanol-fueled containership, has completed its maiden voyage, making history in the shipping industry. The vessel arrived in Rotterdam after traveling over 13,000 nautical miles. It will be officially named by the president of the European Commission on September 14. Maersk has ordered 24 additional dual-fuel vessels,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



5 ways the Titanic SHAPED maritime HISTORY
The sinking of the Titanic in 1912 sparked a lawmaking frenzy, which shaped maritime history forever. From the radical changes in how ships were designed and built to strict laws regarding lifeboat drills and an ice patrol team, the unfortunate maritime disaster changed how we see the industry today for the better... -Ireland Before You Die

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



MCA revamps seafarer safety handbook
An important health and safety handbook for seafarers has been given a makeover with the aim of making it “more accessible for all”. In response to industry and stakeholder feedback, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency has updated and modernised the Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seafarers... -On The Wight

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



The Best New Cruise Ships Coming in 2024
The cruise industry continues to grow, and 2024 will be no exception. The latest round of new cruise ships include much-anticipated first-in-class vessels for Royal Caribbean and Princess, as well as the first cruise ship from Cunard in over a decade. Families will cheer a brand-new Disney cruise ship... -Cruise Critic

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Is Sargassum Responsible for the Bermuda Triangle Myth?
For years, the Bermuda Triangle has been associated with the mysterious disappearance of ships and aircraft. Some have suggested that the Sargasso Sea, which lies within the Bermuda Triangle, could be a factor in these disappearances. The Sargasso Sea is known for its thick brown seaweed called sargassum, which can be hazardous to human health... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Technip Energies Launches Clean Maritime Challenge
Technip Energies and Elemental Excelerator have partnered to launch the Technip Energies Clean Maritime Challenge, an initiative aimed at finding innovative solutions to decarbonize the maritime transportation industry. The partnership is seeking companies that can contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the maritime sector, with the goal of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Successful Oil Removal Operation by SMIT Leaves FSO Safer in Yemen
SMIT Salvage has successfully completed its work on the decaying ship FSO Safer off the coast of Yemen. The United Nations-led team managed to transport over 1.1 million barrels of oil from the ship to the backup tanker Yemen earlier this month. After cleaning the Safers’ tanks and assisting in donning the tanker Yemen, the operation was completed on Monday... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



CCIA: Tracking and Isolating Potential Virus Spreaders in Confined Spaces
Researchers from Korea Maritime and Ocean University (KMOU) have developed a novel algorithm called the close contact identification algorithm (CCIA) to effectively identify close contacts in confined environments like ships. The algorithm calculates the Euclidean distance between user location points to track and isolate potential virus spreaders... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Multiple Cruise Ships and Ports Impacted by Dual Hurricanes
Multiple cruise lines have had to adjust their itineraries due to the presence of Hurricane Franklin and Hurricane Idalia. The adjustments are being made to ensure the safety and comfort of guests and crew members. Hurricane Franklin, located in the eastern Atlantic Ocean, has affected cruise routes from eastern homeports with Bermuda itineraries... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Idawl Establishes Asia Headquarters in Singapore
Idwal, a company specializing in vessel inspection and grading services, is expanding into Asia with the establishment of a regional headquarters in Singapore. The decision to choose Singapore was based on its reputation as an international maritime center and its strategic location at the crossroads of major shipping routes... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Maritime Union Criticizes Shroud Of Secrecy Over Port Of Auckland Privatization Plan
The Maritime Union says it is alarmed information around the proposed sale of Port of Auckland is being “cloaked and concealed.” The Chief Omsbudsman is investigating the refusal of Auckland City to release documentation around the proposed sale to media... -Scoop

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Remota to Operate and Manage Newbuild Unmanned Surface Vessel
Norwegian company Remota has been contracted by USV to operate and manage offshore operations for its newbuild unmanned surface vessel (USV). The USV, which will be remotely controlled from Remota’s Remote Operations Centre in Norway, has the potential to significantly reduce carbon emissions during subsea inspection, maintenance, and repair work... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



P&O Passengers to Be Repatriated Following Ship Damage Caused by Collision
P&O Cruises has assessed the damage to its ship, Britannia, after it collided with a tanker in Palma de Mallorca. Due to damage to lifeboats and other safety equipment, some guests will be disembarked and sent home instead of continuing their cruise. The cruise line is currently making travel arrangements for affected passengers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Philippines: Fueling maritime education
OVER the years, the importance given to education has resonated across all levels of society, among governments, and with every person who seeks, regardless of status, to do better than where he is at present. Education is seen as the vehicle by which one's lot is to improve. Education, in a sense, is one of how to reduce one's vulnerabilities... -The Manila Times

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



ERMA FIRST Blue Connect Recognized by DNV as an ‘Energy Saving Device’
ERMA FIRST, a sustainable maritime solutions provider, has received recognition from DNV for its BLUE CONNECT system. DNV has categorized BLUE CONNECT as an energy-saving device (ESD) and has verified its positive impact on vessel Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) performance... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Marcura Acquires Maritime Supply Trading Platform ShipServ
Maritime business software company Marcura has acquired ShipServ, a digital marketplace platform focused on ships' spares, provisions and services. Shipserv is the largest platform for connecting suppliers with vessel operators online, and it handles about $6 billion in transaction volume per year... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:30-Aug-2023



Wärtsilä rolls out onboard carbon capture and storage feasibility studies
Technology group Wärtsilä has added carbon capture and storage (CCS) feasibility studies to its portfolio of products intended for shipowners and operators. The company has already conducted a number of studies on a range of vessel types including ro-ro and ro-pax vessels, a drill ship, a container vessel, and a gas carrier as part of its efforts to accelerate the trajectory of CCS in shipping... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:30-Aug-2023


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