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India: CSL purchases MAN GenSets for hydrogen-fueled vessels
Rotterdam-based Samskip Group is constructing two short-sea feeder container ships at Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), India as part of the SeaShuttle project. These 135-meter-long, 500-teu ships are expected to be among the first in the world to be powered by 3.2 MW hydrogen fuel cell-based energy systems... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Maritime SheEO Conference to Spotlight Gender Diversity in 2023
The 2023 Maritime SheEO Conference emphasized the importance of diversity as the heartbeat of progress, essence of innovation, and the soul of a thriving society. Since its inception in 2019, three events have been held promoting gender diversity and inclusivity in the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Majority of shipping execs wouldn’t recommend a sea career
The second day of Seatrade Maritime Crew Connect Global 2023 saw senior executives grappling with the issues of both retaining existing seafarers and getting young people to take up a career at sea. A pair of back-to-back panels focused in on a number of areas of concern including a lack of visible career path, the way seafaring is presented, a failure to execute crew changes as planned, and connectivity... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Methanol’s increasing popularity leads to new fuel tank choices
Experts believe that the chemical CH3OH, also known as methanol, has the potential to be a significant marine fuel of the future. It is currently available in about 120 ports worldwide, easy to store and handle on ships, and suitable for both newbuildings and conversions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Transworld makes a notable presence at MaritimeSheEO Conference in Mumbai
Transworld Group recently participated in the MaritimeSheEO Conference in Mumbai, a renowned event in the maritime sector that focused on diversity and innovation in the industry. The conference brought together industry leaders to discuss important themes such as sustainable shipping practices, gender diversity, and global best practices... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



The average illegal seafarer recruitment fees amount to $1,800
The Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) includes the employer pays principle, but a presentation at Seatrade Maritime Crew Connect Global 2023 revealed that the problem of seafarer exploitation persists. TURTLE surveyed over 5,000 seafarers and found that 40% had experienced corruption related to recruitment or while working onboard ship, with 70% of those cases occurring during the recruitment process... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Houthis’ Seizure of Galaxy Leader Prompts U.S. Reevaluation of ‘Terrorist’ Designation
The US is considering putting the Iran-backed Houthis back on its list of terrorist organizations after the rebels hijacked a ship in Gaza as retaliation for the war. The National Security Council spokesman, John Kirby, stated that they have begun reviewing potential terrorist designations and are considering other options in response to recent attacks on civilians and the piracy of the vessel in international waters... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



India: Sonowal focuses on advancing waterway projects in the Northeast region
Union Minister Sonowal directed officials to prioritize critical projects in the Northeast and ensure their completion by January 2024. In a meeting to review ongoing projects in the region, he highlighted the approval of 15 inland waterway projects worth Rs 850 crore in Assam and directed officials to complete seven floating jetties and other infrastructure in the state... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



17 Filipino sailors listed as crew on hijacked cargo vessel
The Department of Migrant Workers confirmed that 17 Filipino seafarers were listed as crew members of a cargo vessel hijacked by Houthi rebels in the Red Sea. The armed group targeted the ship, reportedly an Israeli vessel, to show condemnation for the ongoing bombings in the Gaza Strip. This information was reported by Zen Hernandez on TV Patrol on Wednesday, November 22, 2023... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Enhanced Focus on Human Element Needed to Address Maritime Safety Challenges
Despite a decrease in total vessel losses, incidents at sea remain high, with Inmarsat receiving 853 distress calls in 2022, up from 794 in 2021. The most common causes of vessel casualties were machinery damage, collision, fire, explosion, and grounding. The maritime industry is facing new challenges with its digital and green transformation, but this also presents an opportunity to improve safety... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Philippines Government making every effort to repatriate Filipino seafarers held hostage
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. of the Philippines has reassured the public that the government is actively working to ensure the safety of 17 Filipino seafarers who were taken hostage by Houthi rebels in Yemen. The President stated in a Facebook post that relevant government agencies are closely coordinating with foreign counterparts to address the issue... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Princess Anne praises seafarers as she presents first ever King Charles III medal
History was made at this year's Merchant Navy Medal ceremony with the first ever likeness of His Majesty King Charles III adorning a medal of state. Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal once again presented the prestigious award following last year's absence due to a tour of the Falklands... -Nautilus International

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



The solutions protecting passengers and crew
Richard Humphreys outlines some of the services, solutions and initiatives that are designed to help passenger ship operators mitigate risk to keep their vessels operational and their passengers and crew safe. Navimeteo’s team of expert forecasters use its operational weather centre to provide 24/7 monitoring services and help cruise and ferry lines navigate away from inclement conditions... -Cruise and Ferry

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



IMO, MPA Singapore pilot maritime project at Angolan Port
IOfficials at the Port of Lobito in Angola conducted a handover ceremony to mark the completion of the pilot SWiFT project for the newly developed generic MSW platform. The event took place after a successful week-long user acceptability testing session arranged digitally by MPA, which included officials from IMO, the MPA, and the Port of Lobito... -Port Technology International

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Club round table takes place at CrewConnect Global
The latest Seatrade Maritime Club high-level round table has taken place at this week's Seatrade Maritime Crew Connect Global 2023, which is ongoing in Manilla until 23rd November 2023. The round table - in association with Seatrade Maritime Club - was moderated by Raal Harris, Chief Creative Officer, Ocean Technologies Group with a welcome from Marcus Hand,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



Nautical charts of the future will make shipping safer and more sustainable
The Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH), a central maritime authority in Germany, is developing the next generation of electronic nautical charts in an effort to make shipping safer, more efficient and sustainable. The shipping industry is facing a turnaround — from 2026, nautical charts will not only be fully digitalized but also dynamic... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:23-Nov-2023



17 Vietnamese Crewmembers Safely Evacuated from Leaking Cargo Ship off the Coast of Balabac
The Philippine Coast Guard and Philippine National Police Maritime Group safely evacuated 17 Vietnamese crewmembers from the cargo ship Viet Hai Star after it began taking on water off the coast of Balabac in the southern Philippines. The vessel, which was carrying 80,000 bags of rice, had departed from Vietnam and was heading to Cagayan de Oro City on Mindanao... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:23-Nov-2023


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