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End Illegal Attacks on International Shipping: Joint Statement
In a joint announcement, the US, Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and the UK called for an end to illegal attacks on international shipping by Iran-backed Houthis. The statement warned of consequences and highlighted the impact on global trade... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



India’s Maritime Trade Unaffected by Issues in Red Sea: Govt
Ports, Shipping and Waterways secretary T K Ramachandran assured that the issues in the Red Sea will not affect India's maritime trade. The Bab-el-Mandeb Strait, a vital shipping route, has seen increased tensions due to recent attacks, but Ramachandran stated that there will be "no impact" on India's trade... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



UN Security Council to discuss Houthi attacks in Red Sea shipping
The Security Council is expected to hold a briefing on Wednesday (3 January), followed by closed consultations, on the Houthi attacks in the Red Sea under the “Maintenance of international peace and security” agenda item. Ecuador, France, Guyana, Japan, Malta, the Republic of Korea, the UK and the US requested the meeting earlier today... -commonspace.eu

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Danish govt proposes sending frigate to Red Sea for Security
The Danish government has consulted with the Danish Foreign Policy Committee about the possibility of deploying a warship to support US-led international efforts to protect civilian shipping traffic in the Red Sea. The government entered into the discussions following a series of recent attacks and attempted attacks against commercial vessels transiting the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden... -Baird Maritime

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Synergy Marine and Wisdom Marine Form Joint Venture
A joint venture called Wisdom Synergy Ship Management (WSSM) has been established by the leading ship management business in Singapore, Synergy Marine Group, and the Taiwanese shipping giant Wisdom Marine Group. Wisdom Marine strategically chose to work with Synergy to improve the administration of its dry bulk tonnage... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Tanker Crew Abducted in Gulf of Guinea
Details are limited on the boarding of the 13,000 dwt Hana I tanker, registered with Tuvalu. Security firm Dryad Global reported the vessel was boarded 45 nautical miles south of Bioko. Dryad Global CEO, Corey Ranslem, stated the area is a medium risk, with no incidents in a year, but expects a ransom demand... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Maersk suspends shipping through key Red Sea maritime trade route ‘until further notice’
Maersk has suspended shipping through the Red Sea and Suez Canal — one of the world’s most important maritime trade routes — “until further notice” as it continues to review security following an attack on one of its vessels. The extended suspension reflects concern among international shipping giants about attacks on ships in the Red Sea by Iranian-backed Houthi militants,.. -CNN

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Indian Navy continues to monitor maritime security in north, central Arabian Sea
The Indian Navy continues to monitor the maritime security situation in the North and Central Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Aden and remains committed to ensuring the safety of merchant shipping and seafarers in the region, the Ministry of Defence said in a statement on Wednesday. Indian Naval ships and aircraft remain mission deployed for maintaining enhanced surveillance and undertaking maritime security operations... -ThePrint

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



First Offshore Wind Energy Delivered to New England by Vineyard Wind Project
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and Avangrid, Inc. have successfully delivered the first power from the Vineyard Wind offshore wind project to the New England grid. The project, located off the coast of Martha's Vineyard, is expected to power over 400,000 homes and businesses in Massachusetts with 62 wind turbines... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Great Nicobar Transshipment Project’s DPR to be submitted by Kolkata Port soon
The Syama Prasad Mookherjee Port (SMP) is set to submit the detailed project report for the International Container Transhipment Port at Galathea Bay in Great Nicobar soon. SMP also anticipates a 5% traffic growth for the current financial year, with plans to develop a special economic zone in Kolkata and Haldia... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Fishing Boat Collision in Atlantic Ocean: NTSB Report Emphasizes Importance of Lookout and Critical Equipment
A fishing boat's collision with a container ship in the Atlantic Ocean led to $6.25 million in damages. The NTSB report cited the mate's attempt to repair the gyrocompass while the autopilot was on as a contributing factor. Digital Selective Calling (DSC) on VHF radios and managing concurrent operations were also emphasized... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Cargo Ships Stranded in Severe Winter Conditions Near Estonia
Two general cargo ships stranded in harsh winter conditions around Estonia. The Portuguese-flagged ship Bugoe remains trapped, while the Latvian-flagged cargo ship Friendland was rescued by a local ferry. The Estonian State and Transportation Administration suspended pilot services due to severe ice conditions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Indian Coast Guard Official Assesses Maritime Security Agency’s Operational Readiness in Goa
Indian Coast Guard's Additional Director General K R Suresh visited Goa to review the operational readiness of afloat and air-borne platforms of the maritime security agency. He interacted with Coast Guard troops and visited Goa Shipyard Limited to assess ongoing projects... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



UKSA Introduces New Engineering Crew Training Course for Small Vessels and Superyachts
UKSA is launching an Engineering Crew training course for experienced or new crew in response to the shortage of engineering skills in the maritime industry. The 5-week course includes professional workshop practices, MCA Approved Engine Course 1 and 2, STCW basic safety training, and mental health preparation for life at sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Continued threat to shipping in Red Sea highlighted by missile attack
US Central Command reported two anti-ship ballistic missiles fired into the Red Sea from Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen. Multiple commercial ships reported the impact, endangering innocent mariners and disrupting international commerce. This marks the 24th attack on merchant shipping in the area since November 19, 2023, prompting a UN Security Council meeting on January 3... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Ancient Maritime Light Post Discovered in Prachi Valley by Intach Team in Odisha
A team from the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, Cuttack Chapter have stumbled upon the ruins of an ancient maritime Lamp post in Telikuda Village of Kakatpur Block in Puri district. The discovery sheds light on the rich maritime history of the region... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Jan-2024



Chinese Fishing Boat Collide with Bunker Vessel Resulting 8 Crewmembers Missing
A newly registered Singaporean bunker vessel, the 'PEARL KENZO,' was involved in a collision with a Chinese fishing boat, resulting in eight crew members of the fishing vessel being reported missing. The incident occurred approximately a week ago on December 26th as the bunker vessel was en route from Penglai in Northern China to Zhoushan... -FleetMon

Posted On:4-Jan-2024


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