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IMO’s Maritime Technology Cooperation Enters Phase II
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the European Commission (EC) have announced the second phase of the Global Maritime Technology Cooperation Centres Network (GMN) project, funded by the EU. The goal of this phase is to expand the work of the five regional centres, with a focus on pilot demonstrations to achieve measurable reductions in GHG... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Philippine Delegation Sent to Iran to Ensure the Release of Filipino Seafarers
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has sent a high-level delegation to Iran in an effort to secure the release of 17 Filipinos who are being held by Houthi rebels in Yemen. This move comes after the President cancelled a planned trip to Dubai in order to focus on resolving the hostage crisis. The situation is ongoing and is being closely monitored... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



India: Gadkari proposes bringing shipbuilding under MSME sector
Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari spoke at the online inauguration of the indigenous IRS class tourist vessel at Marine Drive in Kochi, highlighting the potential of the shipbuilding industry in India, especially in terms of exports. He noted that the sector has potential but is held back by financial constraints,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Shipbuilding to make a comeback in Stornoway after a century
For the first time in 100 years, shipbuilding is set to return to Stornoway. The Scottish town will see the construction of a new vessel, a 21-meter long catamaran, for a local tourism company. The ship will be used for wildlife tours and will be built by a local shipbuilder, creating new jobs in the area... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



V.Group and Aither collaborate to offer carbon credits to shipowners
V. Group, a ship management and marine services company, has partnered with Aither to focus on trading carbon credits for the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) scheme. This partnership will provide V. Group’s clients with access to a dedicated online portal to purchase and deposit carbon credits, ensuring compliance with the incoming EU ETS scheme... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Maersk Closes Red Sea Operations
Maersk, a Danish shipping company, has announced that two of its chartered ships, Lisa and Maersk Pagani, will be rerouted to the United Arab Emirates, causing delays of more than a week. This decision was made with the safety of the crew, vessel, and cargo in mind.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Experience Walking Underwater Without Getting Wet with This Unusual Boat
Damen Shipyards has designed two unique diving bell ships, the Carl Straat and the newer Archimedes, which feature a giant boom that can lower a pressurized room to the bottom of a river. This pressurized room uses high air pressure to push water out, allowing a small crew to spend a few hours at the river bottom... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Plan Underway to Develop Training Program for Seafarers on Emission-Free Ships
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Lloyd’s Register Foundation have announced a new training project aimed at preparing seafarers for zero- or near-zero-emission ships. This project, led by the IMO and the Maritime Just Transition Task Force Secretariat, will equip seafarers with decarbonization skills and provide guidance for trainers and industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Yemen’s Seized Ship by Houthis Transformed into a Tourist Attraction
In a surprising turn of events, the Japanese-operated cargo ship “Galaxy Leader” was hijacked by Yemeni Houthi rebels in the Red Sea on 19 November. The ship, reportedly with Israeli connections, was seized by the rebels, sparking fears of regional tensions escalating. The incident led to the hostage-taking of 25 crew members and raised concerns about the regional implications,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



JSW Infra inks agreement with Karnataka government for Keni port development project
JSW Infrastructure recently announced a partnership with the Karnataka government to develop a greenfield port project in the state. The project, valued at Rs 4,119 crore, will be carried out by JSW Infrastructure’s subsidiary, Masad Infra Services Pvt Ltd, in collaboration with the Karnataka Maritime Board... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Transitioning the Maritime Sector to Low-Carbon Solutions
The maritime industry is taking significant steps towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting sustainability. The European Union’s FuelEU Maritime regulation and the International Maritime Organisation’s decarbonisation strategy are shaping the future of the shipping industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Attacks in Red Sea and Gulf of Aden raise worries for sailors
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has expressed serious concerns over attacks on ships in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden and has called for these attacks to stop immediately. The ICS is worried about the safety of commercial ships and seafarers after multiple reports of seizures, attacks, and route diversions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Expedition Cruise Ship Windows Shattered by Fatal Wave
The Accident Investigation Board of Norway has completed a review of the fatal accident aboard the expedition cruise ship Viking Polaris last November. The ship was hit by a high wave, breaking multiple windows and causing one passenger to be killed and eight others to be injured... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Bureau Veritas Unveils New Classification Rules for Vessels Powered by Hydrogen
Bureau Veritas has released its first set of classification rules, NR678, specifically for hydrogen-powered vessels in the maritime sector. These rules outline technical requirements for the safe storage, bunkering, and use of hydrogen as a fuel for electricity generation on ships,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Tanker engine room fire caused by maintenance error
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) determined that a maintenance error caused an engine room fire aboard the Maltese-flagged tanker Endo Breeze last year, resulting in $1.2 million in damages. The incident occurred on April 29, 2022, while the tanker was transiting the Raritan Bay West Reach canal near Staten Island, New York... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



ITF inspection campaign expands to NZ ports
THE INTERNATIONAL Transport Workers’ Federation is expanding its Nowhere to Hide inspection campaign to include New Zealand ports. The ITF Australian inspectorate recently concluded a week of action at ports in South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania, which uncovered $5.4 million in unpaid wages across 74 inspections... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Watch Officer was Sleeping and Likely Drunk as Cargo Ship Grounds: MAIB Report
The UK Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) issued a damming report today investigating the 2021 grounding of a cargo vessel on the west coast of Scotland. They identify issues including the fact that the watch officer was likely drunk and sleeping when the vessel grounded as well as endemic issues in the industry of falsifying records and disabling bridge alarms... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



IMO’s voluntary speed reduction program and WSC Whale Chart
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has implemented a voluntary speed restriction scheme in the North-West Mediterranean Sea to protect local whale populations. This area has also been marked on a new global whale chart designed to help seafarers plan their voyages and reduce the risk of vessel-whale collisions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Dec-2023



Luxembourg-owned dredger detained in Mexico, running short of supplies
Mexican authorities detained Luxembourg-owned and operated dredger ZHENG HE on Oct 27 in Tampico, under the allegation that the ship was involved in some kind of illegal “commercial activities”, i.e. carrying goods while not properly authorized. Owner denies allegation and says the ship arrived in Mexican waters for dredging works only... -FleetMon

Posted On:1-Dec-2023


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