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India: IRS and MPUVNL Join to Certify Solar-electric Boats,
Indian Register of Shipping (IRS) and Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd (MPUVNL) have signed an MOU to classify and certify solar-electric boats. The MOU aims to support the Indian government’s vision of ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ by promoting sustainability and the use of renewable energy. MPUVNL is a government corporation responsible for implementing renewable energy programs and policies in Madhya Pradesh... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



IMO: PSC Draft Amendments Finalized
The Sub-Committee on the Implementation of IMO Instruments (III) 9th session recently finalized draft amendments to the Procedures for Port State Control. This session also focused on the assessment and application of remote surveys and audits, as well as the implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



Challenges faced by seafarers: issues with working conditions, pay, and well-being
A recent edition of the Seafarers’ Happiness Index suggests that foreign-flag shipping is facing a shortage of seafarers. The survey reveals that the quality of life and inflation-adjusted pay in the industry have become less attractive since the pandemic began... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



Key priorities for seafarers' health: A proactive approach is vital
To ensure good seafarer health onboard starts from the top. The concept of leadership bears the responsibility and shapes the work culture, ultimately having a major impact on seafarer health, concluded experts in a panel discussion during 2023 Crew Welfare Week... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



MSC joins SEA-LNG coalition
The world’s largest container line Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has joined SEA-LNG which promotes the use of LNG as a fuel. MSC already has LNG-fuelled vessels with its first five newbuilding dual-fuel LNG-capable container vessels in operation, and two in the cruise sector, with MSC World Europa and MSC Euribia whose maiden voyage was powered by bio-LNG... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



Seas of Discontent: Seafarer ‘Happiness’ Continues to Decline
There was a notable decline in the “happiness” of the world’s seafarers in the second quarter as working and living conditions continue to lag below pre-pandemic standards, according to the Mission to Seafarers has published the latest Seafarers Happiness Index (SHI) report... -gCaptain

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



New marine fuel that could achieve 80% emissions reduction unveiled in Sweden
Swedish firm ScanOcean and Finnish oil refining and marketing company Neste Oyi have unveiled a new lower-emission DMA Gasoil for the shipping sector. The new lower-emissions DMA is produced by adding renewable raw material into the conventional refining process and by using mass-balance... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



Greek Shipping Continues its Run at the Top of the Tonnage Charts
Last week, the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) released its 2022-2023 annual report celebrating its sustained position atop the shipping industry’s charts. During the last ten years, the total capacity of the Greek merchant fleet, currently consisting of 5,520 ships, has grown by 50 percent. This has cemented Greece’s position as the largest shipowning nation in the world... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



World Oceans Set New Surface Temperature Record This Week, Alarming Experts
According to data from the European Union’s climate observatory, the surface temperature of the oceans surged to an unprecedented 20.96 degrees Celsius (69.7 degrees Fahrenheit) on July 30th. This reading surpasses all previous records and raises significant concerns among scientists and experts... -Marine Insight

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



July orders propel methanol past 200 ships mark
According to the latest data from DNV’s Alternative Fuel Insights (AFI) database, the month of July saw the addition of 14 LNG-fueled ships. Still, the real star of the show was methanol, with a staggering 48 methanol-fueled ships, including retrofits, joining the ranks... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



Powering the Transition to Zero-emissions with Hydrogen Fuel Cells
By now, it is a well-known fact that the marine industry contributes significantly to the greenhouse gasses causing climate change—and the impact is predicted to rise as the demand for shipping by sea increases. Action is needed now, and the majority of ship operators are adopting or planning zero-emission solutions to accommodate upcoming emission reduction targets... -MarineLink

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



The Procedure for Arrest and Detention of Ship under Maritime Law in Nigeria
Ships can be arrested to enforce maritime claims or compliance with some maritime obligations. An arrest of a vessel is the prerequisite for the court to establish jurisdiction. If the vessel cannot be seized, the court may have no right over the vessel... -Tekedia

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



Canadian West Coast dockworkers vote yes to labour deal
The threat of further strikes at Canadian West Coast ports has been averted as dockworkers vote in favour of labour deal. Members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada (ILWU Canada) have voted 74.66% in favour of the tentative agreement for a four-year labour deal agreed in late July with employers... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



Maritime's data dash starts now
In today’s world, data drives business. Across sectors, data analytics software provides insights that drive efficiency, inform risk management, improve on-the-job safety, and more—and that software and data-driven approach has officially reached maritime, argues Joseph Kelly, Vice President of Maritime Solutions at ABS Wavesight... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:8-Aug-2023



​ Barge with logs stuck on reefs in Java sea
Tug ATLANTIC STAR 11 lost barge BG LABANAN 6 with 3,600 cubic meters of logs on board, in Java sea halfway between Java and Kalimantan, on Aug 6, in rough weather. Barge ran aground onto reefs of Masalembu island, and as of Aug 7, remains stuck... -FleetMon

Posted On:8-Aug-2023


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