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Autonomous shipping and human training: Where we stand
In 2022, nine flag states have already joined a relatively new standards and safety regime aiming to shape the future of training for autonomous shipping globally, proving that, in the current landscape of growing automation, the human factor remains critical... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



Safety paramount in early-stage ammonia and hydrogen projects
As the shipping and offshore industries move towards green fuels demonstration projects for vessels and floating production units safety will be key to ensure any further progress. New fuel types such ammonia and hydrogen come significant safety risks so ensuring safety on early-stage projects will be paramount... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



New alliance to equip maritime workforce with future-ready skillsets
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and the Singapore Maritime Foundation are partnering with Pacific Carriers Limited, Pacific International Lines and American Bureau of Shipping, to establish the Alliance for Future Maritime Talent (AFMT)... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



EU Approves Extending Seafarers
The European Commission has approved extending an Irish scheme to refund employers’ social security contributions for seafarers on certain vessels until December 2028. The aim of the scheme is to increase the attractiveness for Irish shipping companies to employ seafarers, thereby enhancing the competitiveness of the Irish shipping sector... -Afloat

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



South Korea Accuses Liberian Maritime Officials of Rape
South Korea has detained two employees of the Liberian mission to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for allegedly raping two Korean teenagers. The two senior employees of the Liberia Maritime Authority (LiMA), who were accused by South Korean police, have had testimony taken while awaiting a judge to determine whether there is probable cause for prosecution... -Liberian Daily Observer

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



Seafarer Abandonment Webinar
Cases of ship abandonment are at record levels, leaving seafarers or fishers stranded in perilous situations – often completely on their own. Please join global maritime network Stella Maris on September 27th at 7:30PM BST for an online panel discussion about this important issue... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



International Seafarers Suffer $65 Million in Wage Theft Annually in Australian Waters
Seafarers working on foreign-registered freight ships in Australian waters face regular theft of wages and other entitlements due to legal loopholes and lax enforcement of labour standards, according to a new research report published today by the Australia Institute’s Centre for Future Work... -Mirage News

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



Multiple Cruise Ship Itinerary Changes as Hurricane Ian Aims for Florida
Cruise lines are reacting to the development of Hurricane Ian, which is heading directly to Florida, a state with the largest concentration of homeports for cruise ships worldwide. Cruise lines such as Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruises, MSC, and Virgin have already announced changes to itineraries for current and upcoming cruises... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



Demand for Cruise Vacations Tops 2019 Levels: CLIA
The latest consumer sentiment data released by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) reveals the demand and perception of cruise vacations are now greater than in 2019. The survey of 4,000 domestic and international travelers from across eight countries also highlights the economic benefits cruise brings to the areas that ships visit... -Travel Agent

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



Positive outlook for energy shipping, says Clarkson
The tanker market has ticked up significantly from 30-year lows last year, according to latest data from Clarkson Research. In a summary of analysis, Clarkson Research MD identifies firm trends in products tanker trade and positive developments in tonne-mile tanker demand generally... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



Second edition of training programme on international maritime law by GMU
GMU, Government of Gujarat, to provide a fillip to the maritime sector by bridging the knowledge gap within the industry. GMU has been established to serve the global maritime community by producing educated and well-trained professionals in the maritime domain... -Indian Legal News

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



MAN And ABB Partner On Dual-Fuel Electric Propulsion
Engine manufacturer MAN Energy Solutions and technology company ABB will work together to develop a dual-fuel electric plant concept for liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, engineered as part of the companies’ efforts to help the international shipping industry reduce its emissions footprint... -MarineLink

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



Speed Restriction Proposal to Threaten Marine Industries
A new rushed proposal has been put forward by the National Marine Fisheries Service, an agency within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This proposal if implemented would put in place a 10-knot speed restriction for any boat 35 feet and larger... -AllOutdoor

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



Major Shareholders Raise Offer for Seaspan Takeover
A consortium led by former Berkshire Hathaway Inc. executive David Sokol and Canadian investment group Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd raised its offer to buy Atlas Corp., the holding company that controls shipping firm Seaspan Corp., to $4.4 billion... -gCaptain

Posted On:27-Sep-2022



General cargo ship adrift in Gulf of Tonkin UPDATE abandoned
Sep 26 UPDATE: The ship encountered engine malfunction, owner tried to assign tug but salvage failed in the face of approaching typhoon NORU. Owner ordered 14 crew (5 Vietnamese and 9 Chinese nationalities) to abandoned the ship, they’ve been rescued by Vietnamese SAR ship in the afternoon Sep 26, to be disembarked at Chan May port, north of Da Nang... -Fleetmon

Posted On:27-Sep-2022


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