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India: Ayodhya to Introduce Solar-Powered Cruise Ships on the Saryu River
Malviya’s company is planning to launch two mini-cruise ships in the Saryu river before the inauguration of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. Each ship will have 30 seats and will be fully air-conditioned, offering pilgrims a nearly hour-long journey with a view of the Ayodhya Ghats. The ships will be entirely solar-powered and are in the final phase f preparations.... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Zero Emissions Inland Cargo Ship to use Swappable Battery System
The first inland cargo vessel running on a swappable battery system for zero emission operations is set to launch in the Netherlands in spring 2024. The 295-foot vessel Den Bosch Max Groen, owned by Nedcargo and operated in partnership with BCTN, is undergoing a conversion at the Concordia Damen shipyard to replace its diesel motor with the new battery system... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Houthi Rebels Hijack Ship Headed for India in Red Sea
Israel’s government has accused Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen of hijacking a cargo ship in the Red Sea, posing a threat to global shipping routes. The vessel, owned by a British company and operated by a Japanese firm, had 25 crew members, none of whom were Israeli. The Houthi rebels had previously threatened to target ships carrying the Israeli flag and those operated by or belonging to Israeli companies... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



India considers outsourcing mooring services
The Indian government is considering a proposal to allow major port authorities to outsource in-house services, such as pilotage and towage activity, in an effort to improve efficiency and reduce costs for users. This move comes as a response to industry stakeholders’ appeals to lower marine charges, which they believe are making direct calls to Indian ports less competitive than other Asian hubs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



NYK, Stolt, and ENEOS Ocean Form New Chemical Tanker Pool
In October, a new pool of 13 ships was launched, with 11 coming from the existing joint venture between NYK and Stolt Tankers, and two from ENEOS Ocean. The partnership with Stolt Tankers, which has over 30 years of experience in the chemical tanker business, and ENEOS Ocean, with a focus on crude oil tankers, has allowed NYK to enter the chemical tanker pool operation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



AMSA Bans BBC Jade
AMSA issued the 90-day ban to the Antigua & Barbuda-flagged general cargo ship BBC Jade, after inspectors in Port Alma found 57 tons of explosive substances had been incorrectly stowed on board the vessel during transit. IMDG Code outlines the minimum international standards for the maritime transport of dangerous goods,.. -MarineLink

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Maersk partners with Training Ship Rahaman to provide rating course for women
A.P. Moller – Maersk, a container shipping giant, is launching a ‘rating’ course for women in partnership with Training Ship Rahaman, one of India’s oldest maritime training institutions. This course is aimed at providing women with the opportunity to start their career with Maersk and gain sea time experience as a trainee rating on board its ships... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Sarbananda Sonowal aims for Indian ports to rank among the top 25 globally
Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal chaired a mid-term review meeting in New Delhi to assess 162 projects with an investment of ₹1 trillion as part of the ‘PM Maritime Amritkaal Vision’ with the goal of making India a global maritime leader by 2047. The meeting involved top officials of the Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



IPGL to Commence Operations at Chabahar Port in the Near Future
India Ports Global Ltd (IPGL), a state-owned company established to develop and operate Chabahar Port in Iran, is set to sign an agreement with the Iranian Ports Authority to begin full-fledged operations. The announcement was made by Ministry of Ports Secretary TK Ramachandran on Friday. Chabahar Port is a joint project of India, Iran, and Afghanistan aimed at enhancing connectivity and trade ties... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Hong Kong's strengths as a maritime hub
It’s Hong Kong Maritime Week where our brand new magazine is being distributed at multiple events. Today we identify the city’s best maritime aspects. Tomorrow we look at its weaknesses. Hong Kong’s advantages as a global maritime hub remain numerous and resilient, the territory having survived political unrest and China’s prolonged zero-covid policy,.. -Splash 247

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Rescue of Distressed Fisherman by Seafarers off Pangasinan
A Filipino fisherman was rescued by Filipino seafarers off the coast of Agno, Pangasinan on November 18, 2023. The fisherman had been reported missing after his boat submerged the day before. The crew members of a Hong Kong-flagged cargo vessel, MV Deryoung Space, spotted the distressed fisherman floating in the water and conducted a rescue operation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Successful Trials of the World’s First Hydrogen-Fueled Inland Shipping Barge
The Netherlands’ Lenten Scheepvaart has made history by owning the first newly constructed hydrogen-enabled inland shipping barge, marking a significant advancement in the shipping industry’s efforts to transport cargo on Dutch inland waterways with zero emissions. WEVA was constructed by Concordia Damen Shipbuilding and received a provisional certificate from Lloyd’s Register... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



IMRF Launches #SAFERSAR Initiative
International Maritime Rescue Federation (IMRF) has launched its #SaferSAR initiative which will look to enable global search and rescue (SAR) organisations to better collect, analyse and share maritime SAR incident response data. The aim is to enhance future maritime SAR response operations... -MarineLink

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Turkish Vessel reported missing in the Black Sea
A Turkish cargo ship with 12 crew members on board disappeared in a storm off the Black Sea coast, and authorities have been unable to contact them since. The captain of the Turkish-flagged Kafkametler reported that the ship was heading towards a breakwater off Eregli in the province of Zonguldak, but severe storms in the region prevented search operations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023



Cargo ship carrying 800 tonnes of coal sinks close to Mongla Port
The ship owned by Md Bashir Hossain was en route to Jashore’s Noapara after receiving cargo from a foreign ship at the port. Unfortunately, the vessel suffered a hull breach, causing it to sink. The 12 crew members were able to swim to safety on shore, but the shipmaster’s attempt to save the ship by steering it onto a shoal was unsuccessful... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Nov-2023


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