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Energy efficiency and crew training are key to ESG success
A panel of experts from the ocean and river cruise sectors discussed the impact of upcoming regulations as well as Environmental Social Governance principles (ESG) today at Seatrade Europe (September 6-8.) A core message was that energy efficiency remains key – especially in keeping older ships in operation as regulations become more stringent... -Seatrade Cruise News

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



With the arrival of El Niño, prepare for stronger marine heatwaves
Record-high ocean temperatures, combined with a confluence of extreme climate and weather patterns, are pushing the world into uncharted waters. Researchers must help communities to plan how best to reduce the risks... -Nature.com

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



World’s Largest LNG Carrier Receives BV AIP
Bureau Veritas (BV) has given its Approval in Principle (AiP) to CSSC Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding Group for a new LNG carrier design. The vessel will have a capacity of 271,000 cubic meters, making it the largest LNG carrier to date. It will use the GTT NO 96 membrane containment system in its five cargo tanks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Amazon and Maersk agree to transport eco-friendly biofuels.
Retail giant Amazon and shipping company Maersk have agreed to transport 20,000 containers of green biofuel through Maersk’s ECO Delivery marine product offering. This is the fourth year in a row that Amazon and Maersk have partnered to use low greenhouse gas fuel options for containerized shipping... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



MOL and Sawayama Marine Establish Joint Venture
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) and Sawayama Shokai Marine Co., Ltd. (Sawayama Marine) are delighted to announce the establishment of a joint venture aimed at bolstering the recruitment of global talent. The initiative will focus on the Kyushu region, particularly in Nagasaki Prefecture, and aims to recruit approximately 200 international personnel over the next five years... -Sea News

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



The importance of sampling liquid cargoes
Taking proper samples of liquid cargoes is vital to protect shipowners’ interests when allegations of cargo contamination arise. Here is an overview of how and when to do it. Disputes relating to “off-spec” or contaminated liquid cargoes are a recurring problem. Gard is often involved in cases where the shipowner has no independent evidence as to the cause of an alleged cargo contamination... -GARD

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Armed Robbery Incident in Asia: ReCAAP ISC Urges Enhanced Vigilance in the SOMS
An armed robbery against a ship in Asia has been reported to the ReCAAP ISC. The incident occurred off Pulau Cula, Indonesia, in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS). This brings the total number of incidents reported in the SOMS since January 2023 to 56... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Electronic Environmental Record Books By Opsealog Receive Type Approval Certification From BV
French digitalization expert Opsealog has been awarded type approval from Bureau Veritas (BV), a world leader in testing, inspection and certification, for its cloud-based Streamlog Garbage Record Book and Oil Record Book, marking an important step towards the deployment of digital reporting solutions that will save time and enhance data analysis in the shipping industry... -Marine Insight

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Intelligent Seas Group Teams Up with Marine Learning
Intelligent Seas Group (ISG) and Marine Learning Systems (MLS) have partnered to enhance seafarer knowledge and skills performance. ISG will provide its e-learning content library to be used on MLS’ maritime-specific learning platform, which includes a configurable learning management system and live skills assessment tool... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



DNV Grants Hanwha Ocean Approval for LCO2 Carrier and URN Measurement
DNV has granted Hanwha Ocean an Approval in Principle (AiP) and an Approval of Service Suppliers (AOSS) for two new innovations: a large-scale liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2) carrier tank and an underwater radiated noise (URN) measurement. The AiP from DNV is for the design of a cargo hold of a 70,000 cbm LCO2 carrier,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



USM to Offer Uncrewed Maritime Systems Certification Program
USMThe University of Southern Mississippi (USM) is offering a unique program that provides students a better understanding of the blue economy via the study of uncrewed maritime systems (UMS). The Uncrewed Maritime Systems Tier 1 Certification Program will be held Oct. 16- Nov. 17, every weekday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Marine Research Center (MRC) in Gulfport, Mississippi... -USM

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Sailors rescued after several shark attacks damage inflatable catamaran in Coral Sea
Under the cover of night Wednesday, maritime authorities in Australia recued a sailing party after several shark attacks damaged their sinking catamaran drifting in the Coral Sea, officials said. An alert from a radio beacon led rescue crews to a 29-foot inflatable catamaran about 1:30 a.m. local time after someone on board the vessel sent a distress signal out,.. -USA TODAY

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Cars in containers the norm as ro-ro sector capacity crunch continues
Lack of capacity and congestion in the car carrier sector has driven some freight forwarders and manufacturers to move cars in containers rather than delay exports until space becomes available. However, differences between insurers of the questions of safety and the movement of cars in containers, particularly electric vehicles (EVs) have emerged... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Shipping takes backseat as climate summit ends
The shipping industry, responsible for emitting 3.9 per cent of planet-warming gases, drew little interest among delegates as the African Climate Summit was concluded Wednesday in Nairobi. The now famous Nairobi Declaration was full of impressive assertions that revolved around climate financing, the geopolitics of climate change between the rich global North and the South,.. -The Standard

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



SHI Receives AiP for Cyber Resilience of Ships from KR
The Korean Register (KR) has awarded an Approval in Principle (AIP) to Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for their design and test procedures for implementing cyber resilience of ships and onboard systems. The AIP was presented at Gastech 2023 in Singapore... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Container and general cargo ships collision, Greece
General cargo ship SEA LEADER collided with container ship LIBERTAS-H some 2 nm south of Kefalonia island, Greece, Ionian sea, at 0235 UTC Sep 6. Ships were on converging courses, with SEA LEADER from Patrai Greece to Aliaga Turkey LIBERTAS-H from Piraeus to Durres Albania... -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Ferry fire, Indonesia
Fire erupted in aft section of ferry KMP MUTIARA BERKAH I, berthed at Merak port, west Java, Sunda Strait, at around 1050 WIB (UTC +7) Sep 6, probably on cargo deck. Thick black smoke was billowing from the inside, all passengers disembarked without reportedly, injures or casualties... -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Singapore Pilot boat fire
Fire engulfed PSA Marine pilot boat in Singapore port waters in the afternoon Sep 4, but probably boat didn’t burn down completely, because fire was extinguished by tug’s water cannon in a short time. One or more persons on board rescued, one treated for smoke inhalation... -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Sep-2023



Bulk carriers contact in Lock, St. Lawrence river
Bulk carriers ALGOMA HARVESTER and FEDERAL CLYDE contacted each other by stern while transiting Côte-Sainte-Catherine Locks, St. Lawrence river, upstream from Montreal, at 0524 UTC Sep 6. Ships were sailing in opposite directions, both have been inspected after leaving Lock, and allowed to resume voyage... -FleetMon

Posted On:7-Sep-2023


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