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IMO World Maritime theme for 2023 highlights environmental efforts
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) World Maritime Theme for 2023 is ‘MARPOL at 50 – Our commitment goes on’.  The theme reflects the organisation’s history of protecting the environment from the impact of shipping and emphasises its ongoing commitment to the work... -Cruise and Ferry

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Maritime sector continues to be a target for cybercriminals
The latest strike on ShipManager, a software used by over 7,000 ships globally, has worried the industry. Cyber attackers are on the prowl targeting the maritime industry which is heavily dependent on technology... -BusinessLine

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Design for Larger Gas Carriers Using B-Type Tanks
With demand high for new LNG gas carriers and long waits anticipated for construction, Singapore-based LNG Easy which is focused on innovations for the market has a concept for a larger and more economical vessel that it believes would provide new advantages for LNG exports. The concept is to focus on larger vessels using new tank designs that are more advantageous for shipping... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Seafarers desperately need training to handle explosive lithium-ion batteries
Transporting potentially explosive lithium-ion batteries on vessels is a dangerous business, as incidents in recent years have shown. An investigation by the United States Coast Guard into a freight container that caught fire on a US highway in 2021 attributed the blaze to a batch of lithium-ion batteries... -Splash 247

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



South Korea: Shipbuilders suffer acute manpower shortage
South Korean shipbuilders are suffering from an acute shortage of workforce when they already secured orders of vessels to be constructed in the next three years. The shortage has been caused not only by brisk orders, but also by negative factors such as low wages and difficult working conditions, according to industry and labor experts... -Aju Business Daily

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Tips for managing seasickness onboard
Did you know that seasickness affects not only regular passengers but also professional marine travelers, such as seafarers and marine scientists? Working onboard a ship and being prone to seasickness does not sound ideal, but feeling seasick is more common than you think... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



10 Things A Marine Engineer Should Check In A Lab Analysis Report Of Fuel Oil
Every seafarer is familiar with the term bunkering and has either participated in or at least seen the operation of bunkering whilst he or she is on board. They may have also seen samples collected from the bunker manifold through drip sampling. Taking four samples is the norm, 1 for the supplier, 1 for MARPOL, 1 for the ship and 1 for lab analysis... -Marine Insight

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Use of digital tools onboard perceived as positive, report finds
In the context of the EU co-funded WESS project , ECSA and ETF are committed to assessing shipboard living and working conditions with a view to taking action to contribute to an “attractive, smart and sustainable environment onboard”. As part of this project, the two partners wanted to investigate the increased use of digitalisation on board and possible benefits/improvements to shipboard safety and welfare... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Cruise ship carrying more than 800 passengers and crew to stop in Timaru
A cruise ship carrying more than 800 passengers and crew will make an unscheduled stop at Timaru’s port as bad weather lashes the upper North Island, and it’s possible other cruise ships visiting New Zealand may be impacted... -Stuff

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Four crew members missing as ship sinks in Taiwan
Four of five seafarers on a general cargo ship carrying containers are feared dead after going missing when the vessel sank last Tuesday. The Mongolian-flagged 2001-built 890 dwt Long Shun, sailing around Matsu Islands in Lienchiang County, sent a distress signal, indicating that it was taking in water after hitting a large wave... -Ships & Ports

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Bureau Veritas Approves Oceans of Energy Solar Farm
Bureau Veritas, a world leader in testing, inspection, and certification, has delivered an Approval in Principle to Oceans of Energy, a market leader in offshore solar farms, for their system design of a high wave offshore solar farm system. The Oceans of Energy’s offshore solar farm system is the world's first offshore solar farm proven in high waves, operating in the North Sea since 2019... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Italian Container Port Reopens After Grounded MSC Boxship is Refloated
Operations resumed at Italy’s largest container port, Gioia Tauro, 24 hours after an MSC containership veered off course while maneuvering and grounded on the southern breakwater at the port’s entrance. The MSC Elaine (98,968 dwt) was outbound on Monday morning, January 9, with good weather at the time of the grounding... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Brazilian President confirms reversal of port privatisation plans
The privatisation of the main port complexes in Brazil has been discarded as State policy after the inauguration of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to the Presidency. Port privatisation was one of the key policies from the government of previous President Jair Bolsonaro,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Abandoned livestock carrier to be auctioned in Australia
The Yangtze Fortune, a 2005-built livestock carrier, will be auctioned in Australia four months after the ship was arrested over unpaid bills. More than 30 Filipino seafarers onboard the Liberian flagged ship, owned by a Chinese company based in Dalian, are owed many months in back wages... -Splash 247

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



USA: Biden Administration Releases Maritime Decarbonization Strategy
The U.S. Department of Energy has released an updated decarbonization strategy for 2023, and it includes substantial and detailed policy measures for the maritime sector. Maritime makes up about three percent of U.S. transport sector emissions, and just one percent comes from domestic shipping... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Local man recalls daring, harrowing sea rescue
As part of a helicopter rescue crew, Greg Couture has had quite a few memorable experiences, but perhaps none more so than a harrowing mission 300 miles out at sea with low fuel that could have resulted in having to be rescued himself... -Gatesville Messenger and Star

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Exercise: the key to improving crew welfare in 2023?
For most of us, January is the month we take a long hard look at ourselves and decide what we need to improve on to make 2023 a more productive year than the one before. In the Superyacht Industry, areas that warrant scrutiny include crew conditions and welfare... -SuperyachtNews.com

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Pressure to Reduce Underwater Radiated Noise from the Ship's Propeller
A propeller technology capable of substantially reducing the underwater radiated noise (URN) generated by ships’ propellers has been developed by Oscar Propulsion Limited and the University of Strathclyde. The patented PressurePores™ system reduces propeller tip vortex cavitation by applying a small number of strategically placed holes in the propeller blades... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Cyclone Hale Forces Cruise Ship NOORDAM to Change Itinerary
Cyclone Hale’s approach is causing problems for the Holland America line cruise ship, NOORDAM, which is sailing around New Zealand. The vessel has already missed several ports, and due to the cyclone, more problems are expected... -FleetMon

Posted On:11-Jan-2023



Cunard Line’s Queen Victoria Denied Entry in New Zealand Due to Biofouling
The issue of biofouling is becoming a more frequent sight since its sudden appearance in December. Most recently, Cunard Line’s cruise ship QUEEN ELIZABETH became the fourth ship in less than a month to be denied entry and directed to clean its hull before entering New Zealand... -FleetMon

Posted On:11-Jan-2023


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