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India Leads IMO’s Green Voyage 2050 to Reduce Ship Emissions
India has been chosen as the lead country for the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Green Voyage2050 Project, aimed at helping developing countries reduce greenhouse gas emissions from ships. The country has implemented all MARPOL regulations related to carbon emissions on Indian ships, mainly focusing on enhanced energy efficiency and yearly carbon intensity reduction... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Improving Shipboard Ventilation to Protect Seafarers’ Health
Dimitrios Fafalios, president of Fafalios Shipping, highlighted the failure of shipyards to incorporate lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic into newbuilding ship designs. He emphasized the importance of improving ventilation systems on vessels to limit the spread of infections among seafarers. Despite the proven benefits of such improvements, shipyards have reportedly refused to make these changes... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



EU ETS to Impose Billions in Costs on Shipping Industry
The International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) has warned that the European Union’s new Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) could cost the shipping industry billions. The extended EU ETS, which will set an annual absolute limit on emissions of greenhouse gases for vessels of 5,000 gt and above calling at EU ports, is creating tensions between shipowners and charterers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



The Impact of Digital Technology on Modern Marine Navigation
Modern mariners face both enduring challenges, such as weather and waves, and new obstacles, including stricter safety standards and the need to decarbonize. However, they also have the advantage of digital technology, which has transformed marine navigation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Beypore to Dubai Ferry Service starting in January
The Maritime Board in Kochi is planning to start a ship service from Beypore, catering to the large expatriate population from the Malabar region. The service is expected to address the issues caused by frequent hikes in flight ticket prices for expatriates, and would also benefit tourists... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Hapag-Lloyd Utilizes Yacht Racing for Research on Wind-Assisted Propulsion
Hapag-Lloyd is collaborating with a world-class racing yacht team to explore the potential of sails for wind-assisted propulsion on its containerships. This project, which began in early 2023, aims to demystify wind propulsion and determine its financial viability for container shipping. While some segments of shipping have embraced wind-assisted propulsion,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



India’s Harit Sagar Green Port Policies: Enhancing Sustainability in Major Ports
The Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Shri Sarbananda Sonowal, has announced the implementation of “Harit Sagar” Green Port policies to reduce carbon intensity and develop a green ecosystem in all major ports. These policies include measures such as ship-to-shore power supply, electrification of port equipment, and the use of alternative fuels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Concerns Over Attacks on Commercial Vessels in Red Sea and Gulf of Aden
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC) has expressed deep concern over recent assaults by paramilitary forces in Yemen on commercial vessels passing through the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. The Chamber stated that these incidents pose a significant risk to international shipping and maritime safety, and violate international law and maritime regulations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



The Importance of Safety and Innovation in the Shipping Industry at COP28
ABS Chairman and CEO Christopher J. Wiernicki emphasized the importance of safety in the shipping industry at COP28. He stated that safety is not just a requirement to be checked off, but a driving force that shapes the industry’s evolution. Wiernicki highlighted safety’s role as a boundary condition and a catalyst for change, pushing the industry towards innovative solutions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



India: Advocating for the Establishment of an Immigration Check Post at Kollam Port
MP NK Premachandran has advocated for the establishment of an immigration check post at Kollam port, utilizing the facilities provided by the state government. He emphasized the need for additional time to prepare the facilities according to the requirements of the central government. Kollam port is well-equipped with natural resources and facilities... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



New Mangalore Port welcomed its first cruise call, marking the beginning of the season.
A Bahamas-flagged cruise ship carrying 500 passengers and 350 crew members arrived at the port on Friday morning, marking the first foreign ship to visit the port in the current cruise season. According to a statement from the New Mangalore Port Authority (NMPA), a total of ten cruise ships are scheduled to dock at the port during the season... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Star Bulk and Eagle Bulk have merged to form the largest U.S. publicly traded dry bulk shipping company.
Star Bulk Carriers Corp. (Nasdaq: SBLK) and Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. (NYSE: EGLE) have announced an agreement to merge in an all-stock deal, creating the largest U.S. listed dry bulk shipping company with a fleet of 169 vessels. The merger will occur on a net asset value-to-net asset value basis, resulting in a pro forma market capitalization of approximately $2.1 billion... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



ONE Containership Needs Repairs Following Grounding in Suez Canal
The ONE Orpheus, which was involved in an incident at the Suez Canal, will require repairs before it can proceed. The 104,525 dwt containership has been holding in the anchorage off Port Said, Egypt since it was refloated and exited the Suez Canal on December 7. The extent of the repairs required has not been detailed, but temporary repairs are set to begin on December 11... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



New Ammonia Bunker Vessel Design Introduced by AZANE
Norwegian company Azane Fuel Solutions has announced the launch of a new ammonia bunker vessel design and a collaboration with Amogy Inc to explore the use of a zero-emissions power system for ammonia fuel. The partnership aims to help decarbonize larger seagoing vessels and the deep-sea segment by integrating Amogy’s ammonia-to-power technology into Azane’s bunker vessel concept... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



The Challenges of Green Methanol Adoption in the Shipping Industry
During a shipping conference in Dubai, Proman CEO David Cassidy stated that ship operators are hesitant to commit to early offerings of green methanol due to the high costs for industry first movers. Proman is building a new plant in Canada that will start producing green methanol in 2026... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Prohibition of Forced Labor in the Magna Carta for Seafarers
The 23rd National Seafarers’ Day was celebrated in Manila, with discussions about the Magna Carta for Filipino Seafarers. The proposed provision in the Magna Carta would allow seafarers to move for the execution of a monetary award pending appeal, but only upon posting a bond. This provision is seen as anti-labor and unconstitutional,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Engine room fire on chemical tanker caused by maintenance error: Report
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recently reported that a maintenance error was the cause of a fire in the engine room of the chemical tanker Endo Breeze last year, resulting in $1.2 million in damage. The fire was ignited by oil spray from a fuel injection pump on the starboard main engine, which spread to nearby hot surfaces... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Drydocks World targets small vessels for hybrid-battery retrofits
Drydocks World, a DP World company, has launched a new scheme to retrofit hybrid-battery packages for small vessels, helping reduce carbon emissions from the marine services sector. Working with technology partners and a specialist engineering team, Drydocks World is currently retrofitting one of its own harbour tugs with a new generation of battery technology which will give it enhanced capacity... -Trade Arabia

Posted On:12-Dec-2023



Asia's crucial role in decarbonisation of the maritime industry
This week marks the opening of Marintec 2023: a seminal moment for shipping industry to gather and discuss issues that will affect real change. It is most apt that such conversations should be taking place in Shanghai; a city that sits at the intersection of global trade, writes Daniel Bischofberger, ceo of Accelleron... -The Motorship

Posted On:12-Dec-2023


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