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Securing international waters: India's response to rising maritime incidents
Responding proactively to the recent incidents in the international shipping lanes in the Red Sea, Gulf of Eden and Central/North American Sea, the Indian Navy has significantly intensified maritime surveillance efforts bolstering force levels to address the emerging threats... -MSN

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



US sinks 3 ships, kills 10 after Houthi Red Sea attack
US helicopters successfully thwarted an attack by Iran-aligned Houthi rebels on a Maersk container ship in the Red Sea, resulting in the sinking of three rebel ships and the death of 10 militants, as confirmed by American, Maersk, and Houthi representatives on Sunday... -MSN

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



UK Says it is Prepared for Military Action in Red Sea
The UK is reiterating that it is prepared to take direct military action in response to what Defence Secretary Grant Shapps called an “incredibly serious” situation in the Red Seas. Shapps is speaking out after yesterday’s escalation by the Houthi rebels and in advance of an expected joint statement from the U.S. and the UK... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Merchant ships resume partial traffic but with armed guards
With adequate anti-piracy deployment by international naval forces including from India, merchant ships have partially resumed sail through seas to open restricted trade link between Europe and Asia that came under attack from Yemen-based militia Houthi, a Captain of Maersk, the Danish shipping company which continue to come under fire from the armed rebels, told businessline... -BusinessLine

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Maersk suspends Red Sea transits after Houthi missile boat attack
Iran-backed Houthi fighters attacked a Maersk container ship with missiles and small boats, prompting Maersk to suspend all sailings through the Red Sea for 48 hours. The crew of the ship, Maersk Hangzhou, was reported to be safe and there were no signs of fire on board. The attack was the latest by Houthi militants in Yemen, who targeted ships in the Red Sea to show support for the Palestinian group Hamas... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Danish sailors get double wages due to attacks in the Red Sea
Denmark’s shipping industry has agreed to double the wages for crew members sailing through the Red Sea to compensate for the increased danger caused by recent attacks in the region. The hazard pay will apply to time spent in two defined high-risk areas and is a response to the attacks by Yemen-based Houthis on ships supporting Hamas in the conflict with Israel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



DMW Chief says Filipino seafarers remain determined despite the risks of Red Sea voyages
Filipino seafarers remain determined to pass through the Red Sea and the Bab El-Mandeb Strait despite the "high-risk" designation. The Department of Migrant Workers has not received reports of refusal. The International Bargaining Forum designated the area as "high-risk" after recent attacks, but the DMW is hopeful for improved safety... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Asian-Based Carriers Take the Lead in Schedule Reliability
Schedule reliability in the shipping industry saw a decline in November 2023 due to security challenges in the Red Sea and delays at the Panama Canal. Asian-based carriers, Evergreen and Wan Hai, showed significant gains while Maersk and MSC experienced declines. Late vessel arrivals also saw an increase in average delay... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



US Treasury Sanctions Financial Networks Supporting Houthi Forces to Secure Shipping Routes
The US Treasury Department's OFAC announced actions against financial networks supporting Houthi forces in Yemen to secure international shipping routes in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, threatened by increasing Houthi aggression. Sanctions target Iranian financial assistance and aim to disrupt illicit fund flow, protect global shipping interests, and maintain regional stability... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Indian Navy Enhances Maritime Surveillance Efforts in Arabian Sea
In response to the escalating attacks on commercial ships traversing the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, and Arabian Sea, the Indian Navy announced on December 31 that it has significantly heightened maritime surveillance efforts in the Central and North Arabian Sea. The move comes as a proactive measure to counteract potential threats and protect vital sea lanes... -NewsX

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Investment in ship repair and technology by Cochin Shipyard
Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) has invested Rs 300 crore in new shipyards in Kolkata and Udupi, Karnataka, as part of a larger investment of about Rs 3,500 crore in various projects. The company’s Chairperson, Madhu Nair, shared these details during a tour of the CSL headquarters in Kochi. Nair also noted that the company’s net worth has increased to about Rs 4,500 crore... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Shell Fined $1.2M After Worker's Feet Were Crushed in Gangway Accident
Energy giant Shell and offshore access provider Ampelmann have been fined $1.5 million after the feet of a worker were crushed while walking along a gangway during a transfer in the North Sea. The feet of worker Martin Hill were crushed while walking along a gangway during a transfer from a supply ship to a gas rig on October 17, 2017... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Cocaine Bales Found on New South Wales Shorelines
Authorities in Australia are on the hunt for the source of cocaine that has washed up on the shores of New South Wales. Over the course of a week, multiple packages were discovered, leading to an investigation by the State Crime Command and other law enforcement agencies. The origin of the drugs remains a mystery... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Eight Missing After New Bunker Vessel Collides with Chinese Fishing Boat
Chinese authorities are investigating an accident between a new Singapore-registered bunker vessel that had just completed construction in China and a fishing boat. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore released the details after it received information from the China Maritime Safety Administration... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



India’s Efforts to Rescue Rohingya Refugees at Sea
India recently carried out a successful maritime rescue operation to save a boat adrift at sea for 14 days, carrying over 140 Rohingya individuals. The boat had suffered a mechanical failure while en route from Bangladesh to Indonesia. The rescued individuals found refuge on Andaman Island, where they are receiving necessary assistance and care,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



Cargo Boat ‘South Line’ Sinking Off Nilandhoo: MNDF Rescues Crew, Losses Estimated at MVR 10 Million
The cargo boat 'South Line' suffered a maritime mishap, resulting in an estimated MVR 10 million loss. The Maldives National Defense Force promptly responded, rescuing all 11 crew members. Now, the focus shifts to addressing the financial impact and improving safety measures in the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:2-Jan-2024



AI, Cybersecurity, and the Maritime Transportation System
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been quietly playing a growing and important role in many aspects of the maritime transportation system (MTS) for several years. In some fashion or another, AI has been around for more than 70 years, although not reported widely in the public media until about a decade ago and finally seems to have hit critical mass in terms of public awareness this last year... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Jan-2024


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