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India: High Court says agitation must not affect construction of Vizhinjam Port
The Kerala High Court on Monday said the construction at Vizhinjam port cannot be halted and any complaints with regard to the project can be raised at appropriate forums. Justice Anu Sivaraman, while hearing a plea by Adani Ports seeking protection from the protesters, said the agitation must not affect the ongoing project... -India Shipping News

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Shipping headed towards record number of seafarer abandonments
A record that no-one wanted to see broken is set for a new high this year – the number of seafarer abandonment cases. Over the last two and half years, companies abandoning seafarers on ships have increased sharply with a record 95 cases reported last year to the IMO and ILO joint database... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Chennai Port offers shore leave to Indian seafarers
Chennai Port has agreed to grant Indian seafarers shore leave, provided they adhere to basic protocols of undergoing dual vaccination and wearing masks. The decision was taken after port authorities held a meeting, highlighting the plight of the sailors. Seafarers of foreign vessels, however, would not be granted shore leave... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Shore leave vital to seafarers physical and mental health - AMSA
In a recent marine notice, AMSA draws attention to the importance of providing shore leave to seafarers, for ships visiting Australian ports. Companies, owners and masters of ships are reminded of the requirement under the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (MLC, 2006) for approval of shore leave... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Port of Singapore eyes full maritime 5G coverage by 2025
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is ramping up its efforts to enhance digital connectivity in the port. In mid-August 2022, MPA signed MOU with the IMDA to develop 5G mobile network capabilities in the maritime domain... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Are your hatch covers weathertight?
Cargo damage due to wetting represents a significant percentage of the claims presented to Gard every year. One of the leading causes is defective hatch covers which in our experience remains a recurring problem. Many hatch cover related defects are also found during condition surveys carried out within the scope of our inspection program... -GARD

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Multidisciplinary talent needed as Singapore develops world’s largest automated port
As Singapore develops the world’s largest automated port, a multidisciplinary approach to nurturing talent is needed to meet the manpower demands of the future, said Singapore Maritime Foundation (SMF) chairman Hor Weng Yew... -The Straits Times

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Inmarsat study reveals surge in maritime data usage
The study found that the shipping industry’s reliance on digital connectivity to enhance operating efficiency and safeguard crew welfare has resulted in data usage among Inmarsat maritime customers rising almost 70 per cent in the 12 months to mid-2022... -Digital Ship

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



The Star Of India: See The World’s Oldest Working Ship In San Diego
Go to the Maritime Museum of San Diego, and one will see The Star of India - the oldest active sailing ship in the world and the oldest iron-hulled merchant ship still afloat... -TheTravel

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



European ports feel the strain after Felixstowe strike
An eight-day strike at the UK’s main container port has come to an end, but the impact will continue to be felt in the coming months and further action could be on its way. Supply chain risk company Everstream Analytics said ship calls dropping by 82% from 29 in the week of August 15 to just five in the following strike week... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Singapore further eases COVID-19 restrictions for vessels
MPA Singapore published a new circular, updating the easing of COVID-19 restrictions for vessels in the Port of Singapore. Owners, agents and masters of vessels are strongly encouraged to conduct all port operations are carried out contactless or contactless with segregation protocol... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Research by C-Job Naval Architects Shows Future Use of Nuclear Energy
New research by C-Job Naval Architects shared today shows nuclear energy could be applied as marine propulsion in the future. According to the independent ship design company, nuclear technology has seen several interesting developments and should be considered for future maritime applications... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



What Challenges Are Emerging in Shipping and Maritime Law?
Whether they stem from the continued fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic or from the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, there are several major challenges still to be tackled in the modern landscape of shipping and maritime law. However, the future for the sector may be brighter than first appearances would suggest... -Lawyer Monthly Magazine

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Royal Caribbean Will Be Industry’s First To Use SpaceX�s Internet
Royal Caribbean Group this week revealed it will be the industry’s first cruise ship operator to implement SpaceX’s Starlink for onboard broadband internet service for guests and crew fleetwide... -MarineLink

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Are shark attacks in the Red Sea a growing problem?
Every time there is a shark attack, the media seems to whip into a frenzy. But are we discounting the simple, natural phenomenon of the marine ecosystem? Further still, are we condoning our own impact on shark feeding behaviours and strategies... -The New Arab

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



More Needs To Be Done To Improve Gender Equality In The Maritime Sector
Maritime transport is the backbone of international trade and the global economy. Approximately 80% of global trade by volume and in excess of 70% of global trade by value is carried by sea, and millions of tons of goods are handled by ports worldwide according to the UNCTAD...-MarineLink

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Storm Ends The Calmest North Atlantic Summer Since World War II
As Super Typhoon Hinnamnor is bearing down on Japan, the North Atlantic Ocean has experienced the quietest months of July and August since 1941. However, that could change as a new storm develops in the Caribbean and meteorologists predict a stormy fall season... -gCaptain

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Next Oil Boom is Moving Offshore
Global oil companies are pumping billions of dollars into offshore drilling, reversing a long decline in spending on the decades-long projects including some in the remote iceberg waters far off Canada’s Atlantic coast... -gCaptain

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Grounded Bulk Carrier �OS 35� Breaking Up Off Gibraltar
A major incident has been declared in Gibraltar after the bulk carrier OS 35 that grounded following a collision with a LNG carrier earlier this week is now starting to split in two... -gCaptain

Posted On:1-Sep-2022



Crude Oil Tanker Briefly Grounds and Blocks Suez Canal
A crude oil tanker grounded in the Suez Canal in nearly the exact location as where the Ever Given grounded in March of last year. But it appears she’s on the move again after about 5 hours blocking the canal... -gCaptain

Posted On:1-Sep-2022


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