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India's show of maritime prowess in recent times
It was INS Sumitra's second rescue operation in 24 hours. Prior to the rescue of 19 Pakistani nationals, 17 Iranian nationals were rescued. Amidst the Red Sea crisis and the Maldives row, India's maritime prowess seems to be undeterred. The Indian Navy deployed three vessels in the Arabian Sea last month after Houthi militants reportedly attacked merchant vessel MV Chem Pluto... -Deccan Herald

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Denmark sends frigate to the Red Sea
Denmark sends the frigate Iver Huitfeldt on a mission as part of the international maritime coalition in and around the Red Sea to strengthen maritime security. The frigate is also expected to be missioned in a future EU-led naval mission in the area... -Naval News

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



France to aid PH shipbuilding industry
Marina and the French Embassy in the Philippines convened to explore collaboration in the maritime sector, with focus on SBSR, ship registry, maritime safety, and marine environment protection. Marina Administrator Sonia Malaluan and French Ambassador Marie Fontanel discussed the significance of legislation aimed at enhancing SBSR and ship registry sectors... -The Manila Times

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



The Importance of Personal Tracking Devices for Ship Crew Safety
The NTSB urges ship owners to provide crew members with personal tracking devices, improving chances of rescue in emergencies. Devices like Personal Locator Beacons or Satellite Emergency Notification Devices pinpoint location and provide near-instantaneous search and rescue notification. Registering devices and considering transmission methods is also recommended for crew safety... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



NYK utilizes open platform for sharing maritime data
NYK has agreed to provide oceanographic information to the Japan Coast Guard through the IoS Open Platform (IoS-OP) services provided by Ship Data Center Co., Ltd. The information encompasses wind direction and speed collected by NYK-operated vessels, contributing to safer ship navigation and sea-current forecasts around Japan... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



INTERCARGO Statement on Safety of Seafarers
INTERCARGO condemns the ongoing targeting of merchant ships and fully supports the comments made by Arsenio Dominguez, newly-appointed International Maritime Organization Secretary-General who highlighted that seafarers are innocent victims and that the principle of freedom of navigation must be upheld, thereby allowing the safe trade of essential goods across the globe... -Dry Cargo International

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



New initiative set to create job opportunities for SA seafarers
Minister of Transport Sindisiwe Chikunga has announced a new initiative aimed at enhancing maritime employment opportunities for South African seafarers. “This program is not just about creating job opportunities; it is about nurturing a skilled workforce that will competently navigate the challenges and opportunities of the modern maritime world,” Chikunga said on Tuesday in Cape Town... -South African Government News Agency

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Indian Navy steps up operation, rescues 3 vessels and 42 crew hijacked by pirates
The Indian Navy has stepped up anti-piracy operations amid the ongoing crisis in the Red Sea sparked by attacks on ships by Yemen-based Houthis. The Indian Navy’s offshore patrol ship INS Sumitra carried out a second anti-piracy operation in less than 36 hours to rescue fishing vessel (FV) Al Naeemi, with 19 Pakistani crew on board, after apprehending 11 armed Somali pirates, a Navy spokesperson said... -BusinessLine

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Ocean Viking crew picks up 71 migrants off Libya
The crew of the Ocean Viking rescue ship operated by SOS Mediterranee picked up 71 migrants off the coast of Libya on Monday evening. "Ocean Viking rescued 71 persons from a severely overcrowded rubber boat taking water in the Libyan search and rescue region," read a message on the X page (formerly known as Twitter) from the private rescue organization SOS Mediterranee on Monday, January 29... -InfoMigrants

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Somalia's Puntland vows to rescue hijacked Bulgarian ship with 17 crew members
In a bold move to safeguard its coastal waters, the Puntland Maritime Police Forces (PMPF), a regional force in northeastern Somalia, have intensified security measures along the Red Sea, a vital global trade route. Commander Jama Ahmed Mumin, head of Puntland maritime police forces, revealed that patrols are being conducted to protect ships navigating through the Red Sea... -Horn Observer

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



India: Smaller ports outpace major ports in growth during first three quarters of FY24
During December 2023, central government-owned ports in India handled cargo volumes of 69.9 mmt, a tepid year-on-year (Y-o-Y) growth of 0.7 per cent. Non-major ports saw an 8.1 per cent growth. Coastal cargo declined, and there was a shift in cargo from Visakhapatnam Port to Gangavaram Port. Gujarat's Deendayal Port Trust lost cargo due to a ban on rice exports... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Houthi Attacks Cause Significant Increase in Sea Freight Rates
Houthi attacks on shipping have caused a surge in sea freight rates, surpassing the early Covid-19 pandemic increases. According to Xeneta, shipping costs from the Far East to Europe rose over 200% within 52 days. Shippers are skeptical of carriers maintaining high rates and may turn to higher tariffs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Carnival’s Annual Profits Impacted by Red Sea Rerouting
Carnival said on Tuesday its annual profits would take a hit as the cruise operator rerouted its ships scheduled to sail through the Red Sea, a key transit route between Asia and Europe. More companies have been rerouting ships due to the Yemeni militant group's attacks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Hapag-Lloyd Reports Significant Decline in Profits for 2023
Hapag-Lloyd's profits took a hit in 2023, with consolidated EBITDA at $4.8 billion (down from $20.5 billion in 2022) and revenue falling to $19.4 billion (compared to $36.4 billion in 2022) due to lower freight rates. The company plans to publish its 2023 audited annual report on March 14, 2024... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



LR agrees strategic partnership to lead training solutions for methanol as a marine fuel
Lloyd’s Register (LR) and Green Marine, a Danish consulting service provider that specialises in methanol as marine fuel, have joined forces to offer value-adding solutions to maritime stakeholders that aim to build or retrofit and operate vessels with methanol-as-fuel technology, with a prime focus on training... -The Motorship

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Pirates Suspected of Using Motherships to Attack Ships in Indian Ocean
Recent activity in the Indian Ocean is sparking concerns of a resurgence in Somali piracy. MSCHOA, which operates under the auspices of the European Union Naval Force (EU NAVFOR), believes at least two pirate action groups, potentially operating from motherships, are now active in the Indian Ocean. This follows a series of fishing dhow hijackings off the Somali coast since November.... -gCaptain

Posted On:31-Jan-2024



Cargo Ship Stalls in Bosphorus Strait in Turkey, Halts Traffic
The cargo ship, "SNP PAZAR," blocked the Bosphorus Strait in Turkey on Saturday night of 27th January due to engine trouble. While sailing through the Bosphorus strait, the ship was traveling to the Greek port of Kalymnos when it experienced engine trouble near the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge. Due to the malfunction not being resolved, the ship halted mid-transit, causing traffic in both directions in the strait to stop... -FleetMon

Posted On:31-Jan-2024


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