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India’s Evolving Port Infrastructure: An Indicator of National Development
India, a country known for its rich history and diverse culture, has recently been making significant strides in its port infrastructure. The development of ports across the nation is not only a testament to the country’s economic growth but also an indicator of its overall national development... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



20 Indian crew members safely return from ship Fremantle Highway
Over the past week, a total of 20 Indian crew members who were on board the ship Fremantle Highway have been successfully rescued and returned to India. The safe return of these crew members is attributed to the support and assistance provided by the Dutch authorities during this challenging ordeal... -Asianet Newsable

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Izmail Seafarers’ Centre In Odesa Hit In Drone Attack
The Izmail Seafarers’ Centre, a facility providing humanitarian support to seafarers and their families displaced by war in Ukraine, has been targeted by a drone attack, according to the ITF Seafarers Trust. The centre, which had been funded by the Trust, was housing families who had been made homeless by bombing in other parts of Odesa... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



India: Varanasi-Haldia stretch of waterways to be upgraded
The Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, led by Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, has announced a significant investment of Rs. 4,633 crore for the upgradation of national waterways-1. The waterway is a 1,390-km stretch between Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh and Haldia in West Bengal... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Are Autonomous Cargo Ships The Future Of Maritime Shipping?
Fresh on the heels of autonomous cars and flying machines, the logical next step seems to be remote-controlled cargo ships. Still, even if shipping automation could reduce human error and increase safety, the UN’s trade body believes many new issues could be created. Trade across the oceans is one of the oldest forms of commerce, so it’s only natural that it would be in need of an AI overhaul... -2oceansvibe News

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



ILO, EU help Pinoy seamen
THE INTERNATIONAL Labour Organization (ILO) has partnered with the European Union (EU) and charity organization Stella Maris Philippines to educate migrant Filipino fishermen and seafarers on their basic rights including on ways to avoid human trafficking... -BusinessWorld Online

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



India’s Ship Management Sector To Experience Compunded Annual Growth Rate Of Over 6%
India’s ship management sector is seemingly poised for a compounded annual growth rate of more than six percent over the coming years, an official of the Hong Kong-headquartered firm Anglo-Eastern Group declared. The sector’s growth would boost employment opportunities for Indian seafarers, the CEO Captain, Bjorn Hojgaard, mentioned... -Marine Insight

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Panama Canal Authority Defies Drought Challenges with Transit of Biggest Containership
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) is celebrating the northbound transit of the Ever Max, the highest-capacity containership to navigate the waterway, despite severe drought conditions. The Ever Max, with a maximum capacity of 17,312 TEUs, exceeded the previous record set by the Zephyr, which had a capacity of 16,285 TEUs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Four Nigerian Stowaways Who Survived 14 Days On Ship’s Rudder Share Their Experience
In a remarkable tale of survival, four Nigerian stowaways endured a treacherous 14-day voyage at sea, hiding on a ship’s rudder in a desperate attempt to escape the challenges of crime, poverty, and political instability in their homeland... -Marine Insight

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Burnt-Out Fremantle Highway Arrives in Dutch Port
The burnt-out car carrier, Fremantle Highway, has finally arrived at the port of Eemshaven in the Netherlands. The salvage effort, which began on July 25 after the vessel caught fire in the North Sea, has ended after 10 days. The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water, has reported that the vessel is now moored and their direct involvement in the salvage operation has ended... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Fiji: New lifeboat to enhance maritime training
A new lifeboat has been launched for students of the Fiji Maritime Academy. Minister for Transport Ro Filipe Tuisawau launched the MV Laucala Chief, adding that the previous lifeboat, MV Vulisoko, has been serving the students for over 40 years and it’s about time the academy gets a new one... -FBC News

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



MSC Joins SEA-LNG as Latest Coalition Member
SEA-LNG, the multi-sector industry coalition established to demonstrate the benefits of the LNG pathway as a route to shipping’s decarbonisation, today welcomes MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company, the world-leading shipping company, as its latest member. In recent years, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has made investments in LNG-fuelled vessels in the different sectors it operates within... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Fremantle Highway Fire Started in Upper Vehicle Decks
A ship that caught fire off the coast of the Netherlands had the fire originate in the upper decks where cars were being stored, according to the CEO of the salvage operations company. Peter Berdowski, CEO of Royal Boskalis Westminster NV, stated that the eighth deck was in a heavily damaged state, with part of it collapsed... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Hull Breach Causes Oil Spill from Great Lakes Freighter off Michigan
The U.S. Coast Guard along with state and local agencies was responding to a Great Lakes freighter that was leaking oil in Lake Michigan while anchored approximately 1.5 miles off the coast. Residents were briefly warned to stay away from the beaches, but in coordination with NOAA, the Coast Guard later said it was mapping the projected movement of the spill and that it was safe to go to the beaches... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Trainee Died After Being Trapped by Steel Plates: Report
Germany’s Federal Bureau of Maritime Casualty Investigation (BSU) has released its Interim Investigation Report concerning the tragic incident that took place on board the bulk carrier vessel Peter Oldendorff on August 3, 2022. The accident occurred while the ship was undergoing cargo operations at a berth in the port of Mukran, Germany... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Chinese freighter struck pier, Japan
General cargo ship YU CHANG 128 while maneuvering to berth in Naoetsu Port, central Honshu, Japan sea, struck pier at around 1330 Tokyo time Aug 3, on arrival from Busan Korea. The ship got stuck in basin, she was freed about an hour later with tug’s assistance, and moored. No leak reported,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:4-Aug-2023



Bulk carrier grounding, Parana river
Bulk carrier OCEAN FREEDOM ran aground at 311 kilometer mark, Parana river, at around 1000 UTC Aug 3, while sailing downstream en route from San Martin. Was refloated at around 1320 UTC, probably by own means only... -FleetMon

Posted On:4-Aug-2023


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