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Indian Coast Guard Conducts Maritime SAR Workshop
The Indian Coast Guard conducted a two-days Maritime Search and Rescue (M-SAR) Workshop and Sea Exercise on 30-31 October for all stakeholders and representatives from resource agencies of the States of Odisha and West Bengal... -Ommcom News

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



World’s First Ammonia-Fueled Tugboat Conversion Underway
The LNG-fuelled tugboat Sakigake is undergoing a conversion to run on ammonia at Keihin Dock Co. Ltd. Known as A-Tug, the vessel will have its engine and fuel tank replaced with ammonia equipment. This conversion is part of the Green Innovation Fund Project of Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Industry loses millions due to subsea cable failures: IMCA
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has released a new code of practice for offshore cable laying in the renewable energy industry. The code aims to address the significant issue of subsea cable failure in offshore wind projects, which has resulted in costs of over £500 million ($658 million) in 2020 alone... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Senior ship officers exhibit higher health risks says medical expert
FILIPINO seafarers comprising senior management officers onboard vessels show higher health risk patterns. This is the analysis made by Christian Angelo Lubaton, medical director for holistic care of Nordic Medical Clinic, based on research conducted on about 12,000 seafarers who have undergone pre-employment medical examination (PEME) with their clinic... -The Manila Times

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Scotland Sets Sights on Imposing Fresh Tax on Cruise Ships
The Scottish Green Party has announced plans to introduce a new tax levy on cruise ships visiting Scotland in an effort to reduce carbon emissions and generate additional funds for local councils. The levy would be used as an investment fund for port communities, supporting local retailers and residents... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Soft skills critical for ship operation, career growth
THE rapidly changing working environment on board brought about by digitalization and the shift toward the use of net-zero carbon-free fuels requires a diverse skill set for seafarers to address today's maritime safety challenges... -The Manila Times

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Wallem Group Adds Dual-Fuel Vessels to Fleet, Demonstrating Commitment to Decarbonization
Hong Kong-based ship manager Wallem Group has added two dual-fuel vessels, Angleviken and Askviken, to its fleet. The 110,000 dwt LR2 tankers, owned by Viken Shipping from Norway, can run on both heavy fuel oil and LNG. With a market value of around $85 million and $72 million respectively, both ships are IMO Tier III compliant and feature ballast water management systems and full cargo coating... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



EMSA Releases 2023 Annual Overview of Marine Casualties and Incidents
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has released its Annual Overview of Marine Casualties and Incidents for 2023, which provides statistics on marine accidents and incidents reported by EU Member States from 2014 to 2022. The report shows that 2022 saw a decrease in the number of occurrences, ships lost, fatalities, and injuries compared to previous years... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Successful Refloating and Tow of Cargo Ship in US Virgin Islands
The Bonnie G Cargo ship, which ran aground in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands on October 4, has been successfully refloated and towed to a safe harbor. Salvage crews from various organizations, including the Coast Guard and Playland Marine, worked together to remove the damaged cargo and remaining oil from the ship... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Severe Drought in Panama Reduces Ship Crossings and Increases Shipping Costs
Due to a severe drought, the Panama Canal will be reducing the number of daily ship crossings, causing shipping costs to increase. The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced that booking slots will be reduced from 31 per day to 25 starting on November 3rd. Over the next three months, the slots will be gradually reduced even further to 18 per day starting in February... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Drug traffickers filmed jumping off CMA CGM container ship with cocaine bales
Extraordinary footage of drug traffickers leaping from a CMA CGM-operated container ship off Spain has illustrated the ongoing menace faced by seafarers. Spain’s Civil Guard reported that the incident occurred on 24 October, 11 nautical miles from Ceuta. As a crew member points the camera to the rear of the ship, the first smuggler is seen plunging into the sea, followed by another shortly afterwards... -TradeWinds

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



T&T: Yachting Marine Apprenticeship Programme Now Accepting Applications
The Yachting Marine Apprenticeship Programme (YMAP) is now accepting applications from young people interested in pursuing a career in the yachting industry. The programme, offered by the MIC Institute of Technology aims to prepare trainees with the skills needed to troubleshoot, service, maintain, and repair marine vessels used in the yachting industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Royal Caribbean raises automatic gratuity rate, beginning in November
Royal Caribbean is increasing its daily gratuities that its passengers pay for crew member service on its ships. Each passenger pays a daily gratuity that covers the services of the crew members they interact with the most, and this daily rate is charged automatically unless the guest pre-pays it prior to the cruise... -Royal Caribbean Blog

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



ABS and Sea Forrest collaborate on maritime electrification technology
Classification society ABS and Sea Forrest Power Solutions have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on advancing maritime electrification technologies. The agreement will focus on electric vessels, shore charging infrastructure, industry standards, and marine classification requirements... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Wärtsilä receives CCS’ type approval for methanol engine
China Classification Society (CCS) has issued a type approval certificate for methanol engine developed by Finnish technology group Wärtsilä. The certificate is a confirmation that the Wärtsilä 32 methanol engine design and functionality are approved and now ready for safe use in CCS-classed marine installations... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:1-Nov-2023



Boat Capsizing in Northern Nigeria: 17 Dead and Over 70 Missing
A passenger boat capsized in Nigeria’s Taraba state, resulting in 17 deaths and at least 73 people missing. The boat, carrying over 100 passengers, including women and children, was travelling along the Benue River when it capsized on October 28. Rescuers have found 14 survivors and the bodies of 17 deceased individuals, but the search operation for the missing passengers and crew is ongoing... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Nov-2023


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