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Filipino Seafarers Held by Houthi Rebels to be Released
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has confirmed that the 17 Filipino seafarers being held by Yemen’s Houthi rebels will eventually be released. The hostages are reported to be in good condition, and efforts are ongoing to secure their release as soon as possible... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



New Drydock at Cochin: India’s Largest with 70,000-Tn Capacity
The new drydock at the Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) will be one of the largest in India, with the capacity to handle vessels of up to 70,000-tonne docking displacement. It has been constructed in anticipation of the Indian Navy’s second indigenous aircraft carrier project. The drydock, which is part of the Ravi Puram campus, is expected to provide a significant boost to CSL’s growth... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



ICS urges protection for ‘innocent seafarers’ following attacks in the Red Sea
The International Chamber of Shipping has condemned recent attacks on ships in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, calling them a “flagrant breach of international law and maritime norms” by paramilitary forces in Yemen. The attacks, which included the capture of the 5,100-ceu car carrier Galaxy Leader and an attempted hijacking of the 20,000-dwt tanker Central Park... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



IMO opens 33rd assembly with focus on climate
The International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) Secretary General has opened the 33rd session of the IMO Assembly with a speech focussing on the UN agency’s work to support the industry in its pandemic recovery and move forward on climate policies... -Ship Technology

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



175D Dual-Fuel Engine for MAN to be Ready by 2026
MAN Energy Solutions, a leading provider of maritime propulsion systems, has announced plans to release a dual-fuel version of its high-speed MAN 175D engine that can run on methanol. The new engine, known as the MAN 175DF-M, is expected to be available by the end of 2026, offering both new-build and retrofit options to meet the changing needs of the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Report Indicates Decline in Maritime Emissions Trend
According to a report by VesselBot, the maritime freight industry has seen improvements in levels of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The report, titled “Decoding Maritime Emissions,” indicates that average emissions by weight of freight carried dropped by 12% between January and July 2023, compared to the same period last year... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Sailors express safety concerns following attacks on ships in the Red Sea
Merchant ships in the Red Sea and off the coast of Yemen are facing increased dangers as armed groups have been attacking and seizing vessels in the area. A recent attempt to hijack a merchant ship in the Gulf of Aden was carried out by armed Somali pirates, and rockets were subsequently fired from Houthi-controlled areas in Yemen... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Suez Canal may face congestion due to Panama Canal traffic jam
The Panama Canal’s unprecedented congestion may cause delays at Egypt’s Suez Canal, impacting liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments, according to a senior official at Angelicoussis Group. As a result of a lack of rainfall, the Panama Canal is experiencing delays, forcing some ships to take longer routes... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Bulk carrier freed from grounding in Detroit River
The Portuguese-flagged bulk carrier Barbara G was refloated in the Detroit River after running aground while carrying 21,000 tons of wheat to Italy. The 623-foot freighter was assisted by three tugboats and was successfully freed without causing any pollution, damage, or injuries... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



First Triple LEO Network Launched to Support Polar Cruise Operations
Marlink has successfully integrated internet services on Ponant’s Le Commandant Charcot, providing three LEO solutions for the ship’s polar itineraries. This marks the first time in the maritime sector that Marlink’s Sealink GEO VSAT has been combined with Starlink, Eutelsat OneWeb, and Iridium LEO services... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Transporting Fuel Across the Atlantic Becomes More Expensive Due to Drought in the Panama Canal
Due to ongoing disruptions at the Panama Canal, the cost of shipping fuels like diesel across the Atlantic has risen to a near 16-month high. The vital waterway, which serves as a shortcut between the Atlantic and Pacific, has been affected by low water levels caused by a drought from El Niño... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Four Seafarers Go Missing From Bulker on the Mississippi
The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended a search for four foreign seafarers who went missing from their ship in the Mississippi near Belle Chasse, Louisiana. The four men - all Bangladeshi nationals - were crewmembers of the ship Meghna Adventure, a 60,000 dwt bulker flagged in Bangladesh... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Evaluating the Possibility of Ports to Supply E-fuels
The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and Lloyd’s Register (LR) Maritime Decarbonization Hub, in collaboration with Arup, have launched the Sustainable First Movers Initiative Identification Tool, which evaluates a port’s potential to produce and bunker electric fuels while providing local environmental and community benefits in line with the 1.5 degree Celsius target of the Paris Agreement... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Former research vessel with 3 tons of cocaine intercepted off Senegal
Senegalese Navy patrol boat intercepted vessel VILLE D”ABIJAN some 80 nm off Senegal coast, and took her to Dakar Naval Base, on Nov 28. Some 3 tons of cocaine were found on board, so vessel and crew are detained, investigation launched... -FleetMon

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



​ Tanker drifted ashore, breached, Istanbul
Product tanker KADRIYE ANA anchor dragged at Ahirkapi anchorage in adverse weather, tanker drifted onto embankment at Zeytinburnu, Istanbul, Marmara sea, at 2130 UTC Nov 28. Hull was breached, engine room flooded, Master requested evacuation. By 0230 UTC Nov 29 tanker remained stuck at embankment, it is said, that she might rest on bottom, remaining partially above waterline... -FleetMon

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



General cargo ship grounded to avoid sinking, Vietnam
General cargo ship NAM PHAT 01 ran into trouble on Nov 28 off central Vietnam coast, after water started to flood engine room. The ship with 1,500 tons of steel was en route from Vung Tau to Nghi Son, northern Vietnam. To avoid sinking, 11 crew were brought to shore, all are safe... -FleetMon

Posted On:30-Nov-2023



Chinese ghost cargo ship sank in Korean waters
An unidentified and unmanned Chinese cargo ship sank off the coast of Gageo Island, Yellow sea, southwest South Korea, in the morning Nov 29. No people were found, the ship is apparently, Chinese with visible Chinese flag, but no crew found. She drifted to island being already half-submerged, Korean authorities launched an investigation,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:30-Nov-2023


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