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India, Tanzania Sign MoUs for Enhanced Maritime Cooperation
On October 9, 2023, six memoranda of understanding (MoUs) were signed between India and Tanzania. The agreements were made in various fields including digital transformation and maritime security. One MoU was signed between the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority and Tanzania Investment Centre to establish an industrial park in Tanzania... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Chennai Port Authority Signs MoUs Worth ₹74,000 Crores
The Chennai Port Authority (ChPA) is set to sign 13 MoUs with a total economic value of approximately ₹74,000 crore as part of GMIS 2023. The aim is to boost investment in the port’s hinterland. On Wednesday, the ChPA signed MoUs with seven companies worth around ₹9,000 crore, including DRDO and Indian Oil Corporation Ltd... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Global Piracy Incidents on the Rise in 2023, Defying Previous Declines
The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has reported an increase in piracy attacks globally during the first nine months of 2023, reversing a trend of decreasing activity. The Gulf of Guinea, the Callao anchorage in Peru, and the Singapore Strait and Southeast Asia are the primary hot spots for piracy, with a significant rise in the number of crew members being taken hostage... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Owners of ship fined £220k following death caused by R22 refrigerant
The owners of a fishing boat in the UK have been fined £220,000 after a crew member died from asphyxiation by R22 refrigerant. William Ironside, 52, died while cleaning a refrigerated salt water tank on the trawler Sunbeam in Fraserburgh harbour in August 2018. Four other crew members who tried to help him were also hospitalized... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Ships found with high levels of NOx emissions: Report
A recent working paper by the International Council on Clean Transportation has revealed concerning levels of nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from ships. The study analyzed real emissions from 545 ships in Danish waters, using helicopter-mounted sniffers to collect data... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Magnetic crawler robots for marine antifouling
Shipping company Lomar is working with Texas startup Alicia Bots to use mini magnetic robots for anti-fouling hull grooming that could help reduce maritime emissions. Alicia Bots’ ROVERCLEAN 3.0 is a multi-purpose magnetic crawler robot that can operate autonomously or remotely via a tether cable. Designed to carry out underwater inspection and maintenance tasks on ships and other steel structures,.. -The Engineer

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Panama Maritime Authority Advises Against Transiting Near Gaza Strip in the Mediterranean Area
The Panama Maritime Administration has issued a circular advising Panama flag vessels to implement comprehensive security protocols and avoid the Mediterranean vicinity around the Gaza Strip due to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. The circular states that vessels in Israeli ports or transiting the area must remain vigilant and increase security measures to protect the vessel and crew... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Concerns Arise Over Aging Crews on Ferries Serving Outlying Islands
The aging crews on ferry services to outlying islands in Taiwan could become a problem if there are no successors to take over after they retire, according to maritime experts. Currently, there are 26 ferry services operated by 70 captains, with an average age of 52. Some captains continue to operate ships even after turning 80... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Seafarers Receive Nearly $120m in Recovered Unpaid Wages by ITF over 3 Years
According to figures released on World Maritime Day, ITF inspectors have recovered a total of $118,529,663 in unpaid wages for seafarers between 2020 and 2022. In 2022 alone, over $36 million was paid back to seafarers. ITF inspectors are responsible for educating seafarers about their rights, identifying any violations of crew contracts or international conventions, and working with authorities to enforce those rights... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



MOL and MOLMEC Launch Training Program for Offshore Wind Power Vessels
Japanese companies Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and MOL Marine & Engineering Co. (MOLMEC) have announced plans to launch a training program using the Dynamic Positioning (DP) System simulator. The program will target crewmembers of self-elevating platform (SEP) vessels and service operation vessels (SOVs) that support offshore wind power generation projects... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Establishing an Equitable Ground for Indian and Foreign Vessels
The government is considering relaxing the cabotage law, which has sparked debate in the shipping industry. The Indian National Shipowners’ Association (INSA) argues that there is no cabotage in the shipping sector and that any claims of its removal are based on misinformation. They state that there are no restrictions on foreign ships carrying Indian coastal cargo, but Indian ships have the right of first refusal... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Barcelona Curbs Overtourism by Restricting Cruise Ships at Key Ports
Barcelona is implementing new restrictions on cruise ships in an effort to combat overtourism and reduce pollution. Starting later this month, cruise ships will be partially banned from docking at specific piers in the central port, and the number of ships allowed to stop in the city will be reduced from 10 to seven. However, cruise ships will still be able to dock at other piers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Captain and Two Others Convicted by Italian Court for 2014 Norman Atlantic Fire
An Italian court has convicted and jailed the captain, chief engineer, and one crewmember of the ro-ro ferry Norman Atlantic for their roles in a tragic fire that occurred in 2014. The fire claimed the lives of at least 31 people. However, the defendants were not charged with manslaughter due to the statute of limitations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Oct-2023



Container ship troubled in Elbe, towed back to Hamburg
Container ship MSC REGULUS arrived at Hamburg early in the morning Oct 10 from Felixtowe UK, left Hamburg early in the morning Oct 11, bound for Antwerp. But while sailing downstream Elbe river, the ship suffered engine failure near Glückstadt at around 0420 UTC Oct 11, and subsequently, was either anchored, or stabilized by tugs, most probably anchored... -FleetMon

Posted On:12-Oct-2023


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