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India’s First Electric Tug: A Step Towards Green Shipbuilding
India is aiming to become a global leader in green shipbuilding by 2030, and Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) has taken a step in that direction by signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with SeaTech Solutions International, Shift Energy, and ABS. The MoU is for the construction of India’s first electric tug, E-VOLT 50,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



India: Gadkari Unveils New Tourist Ship in Kochi
A new 50-metre air-conditioned vessel has been launched in Kochi, India, which meets Indian Register of Shipping safety standards and is capable of carrying up to 150 passengers. The ship will be deployed in the backwaters off Marine Drive and is one of the few tourist ships in Kochi that can operate well beyond Fort Kochi, going several kilometers out to sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Life at sea continues to present challenges: ISWAN
ISWAN’s Annual Review report for 2022-23 highlights the ongoing challenges faced by seafarers, despite some easing of exceptional stresses experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic. The report covers the charity’s activities, revealing that ISWAN assisted 8,602 seafarers and family members of 98 nationalities in 2022-23, with a 6% increase in new cases on the previous year... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Royal Caribbean Receives World’s Biggest Cruise Ship
The world’s largest cruise ship, the Icon of the Seas, was officially handed over to Royal Caribbean Group during a ceremony at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland. This massive ship, the first of three on order, has been seven years in the making and is now beginning the final two months of fitting out before her first commercial trip in late January 2024 from Miami to the Caribbean... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Döhle’s Commitment to Seafarer Well-being
DÖHLE Group, a German shipping company, is committed to the well-being of seafarers, gender equality, and sustainable development. Johann Diercks, managing director of Döhle Schiffarts-KG, emphasized the importance of the Filipino community of seafarers and families in the company’s future... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Now Korean seafarers try to stop HMM sale
With just days to go before a preferred buyer is nominated to take the state’s interest in South Korean flagship carrier HMM, South Korea’s national seafaring union has joined calls opposing the deal. The Federation of Korean Seafarers’ Unions (FKSU) today vowed to stop the sale of HMM to what it called “irresponsible companies”... -theloadstar.com

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Deendayal and Mundra Ports’ Green Hydrogen Hub Boosts Economic Development
Deendayal port in Kandla and Mundra port, located 75 km apart, jointly handled 476 million tonnes (MT) of cargo in 2022-23, with Mundra handling 339 MT and DP handling 137 MT. The upcoming green hydrogen hub in the region, with massive investments from both ports – nearly ₹1.45 billion from DP and $50 billion from Adani Group – is expected to further boost economic development... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



India: Prez Droupadi Murmu reminisces Odisha’s maritime past
The President termed Bali Yatra as a unique festival celebrated in the memory of our glorious past which is a symbol of the prosperity of the maritime trade of Odisha, and highlights the rich cultural consciousness of the people. During her two-day visit, the President attended the Boita Bandana Utsav(ceremony), organised by the Paradip Port Authority,.. -OTV News

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Wind-assisted propulsion systems show industry’s carbon footprint reduction
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has released a report analyzing the potential of wind-assisted propulsion systems as a power source in the shipping sector. The maritime industry is facing challenges due to strict air emissions and climate legislation, and wind-assisted propulsion systems are seen as a technology that could reduce fuel consumption and lower greenhouse gas emissions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Safe Transport of BESS on Ships by Gard
Gard recently received numerous inquiries about the safe transportation of battery energy storage systems (BESS) on ships. The International Energy Agency states that energy storage systems (ESS) will play a crucial role in the transition to clean energy. BESS, which are the most common type of ESS, are expected to see a significant increase in usage in the coming years... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



First auction for vessels in queue held by Panama Canal
Due to measures to combat low water levels, there is a growing queue of vessels at the Panama Canal, resulting in a decrease in daily transits. The first auction was held on Saturday, November 25, with a base price of $55,000. Only vessels that arrived before November 17 in Panamanian waters and did not have a reservation were accepted to bid, and the favored vessels would have their transit on Monday,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



New findings reveal that synthetic EALs lead to higher rates of stern tube seal failures
Thordon Bearings, a pioneer in seawater-lubricated bearings, has welcomed the publication of Gard’s research into the potential hidden costs of synthetic Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EALs). The research points to a significant increase in propeller shaft aft seal damage following the 2013 introduction of new Vessel General Permit (VGP) rules by the US EPA... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



MOL Expands Job Opportunities for Panamanian Seafarers
The Panama Maritime Authority recently hosted senior directors from Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), who announced plans to create 15 new job opportunities for Panamanian seafarers in the second semester of 2023. Additionally, they anticipate hiring 10 new cadets in 2024. These opportunities are a result of a Bilateral Cooperation Agreement between PMA and Japan,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Damen Unveils New Design for Fully-Electric SOV with Offshore Charging Capabilities
Damen Shipyards Group has revealed its new design for a Service Operations Vessel (SOV) that operates fully on electricity, using batteries and offshore charging. After three years of study, the shipbuilder believes that an electric SOV is economically feasible and represents a breakthrough in sustainability... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Collision between Greek ferry and tanker during arrival at Patras
A winter storm in Greece and the Aegean over the weekend caused disruptions to shipping, leading to changes in schedules and at least one major casualty – the sinking of the cargo ship Raptor. The Hellenic Spirit, a ro/ro ferry, also struck two ships as it attempted to enter the harbor at Patras, causing minor damage but no injuries... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Severe storm in the Black Sea causes shutdown of oil and grain ports in Russia and Ukraine
A severe storm in the Black Sea has disrupted the loading of crude oil and grain from key ports in Russia and Ukraine, leaving over a million people without power across the region. The storm forced the Caspian Pipeline Consortium’s oil terminal and a nearby facility in Novorossiysk to temporarily halt loading operations, with winds reaching up to 90 miles per hour... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-Nov-2023



Triple collision at Kerch Strait outer anchorage
Triple collision occurred at Kerch Strait outer anchorage in Black sea on Nov 27, involving three bulk carriers: two Russia-flagged and one with probable Russian interest. Sanctioned for transporting Ukrainian grain bulk carrier MATROS SHEVCHENKO left reportedly, port Kavkaz or anchorage, exited Kerch Strait and was sailing via outer anchorage, when she went out of control in rough weather,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:29-Nov-2023


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