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India Aims to Become a Major Cruise Hub by 2047, Says Sonowal
The Indian government is aiming to establish itself as the leading cruise hub in the Asia-Pacific region, with the goal of increasing the annual number of cruise passengers to 50 lakhs by 2047, up from the current 4.72 lakhs. This tenfold increase would involve the development of 25 operational cruise terminals, introduction of standardized procedures, and e-visa facilities, among other steps... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



India to Leverage Coastal Cities for Shipbuilding and Repair Clusters
At the Deloitte India Government Summit 2023, it was announced that the India Middle East Europe Economic Corridor (IMEEC) plan will involve the construction of next generation mega ports in India. Specifically, the Vadhavan and Tuna Tekra developments are highlighted as key projects to support IMEEC... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Red Sea: Shipboard Guards and Attackers Exchange Fire
Attacks in the Red Sea have escalated, posing risks to global trade as about 12% of it passes through this crucial waterway. In the latest incident, armed guards on a fuel tanker traded fire with a small boat. These attacks have increased in recent days, with around a dozen commercial vessels targeted or attacked around Yemen since October... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Senate Passes Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers
The Senate approved the ratified version of the Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers, which President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has certified as urgent. The report reconciled the disagreeing provisions of Senate Bill 2221 and House Bill 7325. Senator Raffy Tulfo, chairperson of the panel on migrant workers, expressed optimism that the Magna Carta is close to being finalized and will benefit Filipino seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



COP28 Climate Deal: Urging Nations to Shift from Fossil Fuels
The proposed text for a final climate deal at the COP28 conference in Dubai urges nations to move away from fossil fuels to combat the impacts of climate change. This marks the first time that nearly 200 countries have agreed on the need to transition away from fossil fuels, despite protests from OPEC and its allies... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Corrosion and Wear: The Unseen Enemies of Cargo Ship Equipment
The recent incident involving the cargo ship Thorco Basilisk in Houston highlighted the importance of regular equipment maintenance and inspection. The ship was unloading a wind turbine component when the hoist rope on one of the cargo cranes failed, causing the component to fall onto the steerage deck. Damage was estimated at $3 million to $5 million, but fortunately, no injuries were reported... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Blog: Urgent Need for Protection and Support for Seafarers in the Face of Escalating Threats
Working at sea has never been an easy job. Seafarers face numerous challenges and risks every day while carrying out their duties. However, in recent times, the threat faced by seafarers has escalated, leaving them in constant danger. One such example is the hijacking of a ship headed for India in the Red Sea by Houthi rebels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Maritime tech solutions for shipping's biggest challenges in 2024
A quiet year for shipping? That's not to be expected for 2024. Major challenges await us, and although they are not new, some of them will become even more acute next year, says Fabian Feldhaus, managing director and co-founder of German venture studio Flagship Founders... -Splash 247

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



The Challenges of Decarbonization for Greek-Owned Bulk Carriers
Greek owners control a significant portion of the world’s bulk carrier fleet, with 25% of the global deadweight tonnage and 47% of their own fleet consisting of bulk ships. This dominance in the industry has raised concerns about the challenges that tramp shipping, which involves ships calling at various ports around the world, will face in the transition to decarbonization... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Carnival Vista crew saves six people after cargo ship overturns
The Carnival Vista crew members rescued six men from the sea near the Dominican Republic after their cargo ship capsized, but unfortunately, six others are still missing. Led by Captain Paolo Severini and coordinating with Carnival’s Fleet Operations Center in Miami, the ship changed course when an emergency alert was received and successfully picked up the stranded men... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Drought in Panama Canal redirects trade, fuel tankers face lengthy journey
Severe drought in Panama is causing oil tankers to take longer routes from Houston to Chile, significantly increasing shipping distances and costs. The usual route through the Panama Canal takes about 23 days and covers less than 5,000 miles, while the longer route via the Strait of Magellan and the Pacific coast can take 32 days and cover over 10,000 nautical miles... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Maritime Pioneers Show How Digital Collaboration Can Work
It should be viewed as an opportunity that shipping is simultaneously confronting the challenges of digitalization and decarbonization. The former can enable the latter, but to fully achieve its potential we need to break technical, legal, financial and cultural barriers, according to new research from Bureau Veritas and Thetius... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Design for Autonomous, Short-Sea Vessel Adds Wind and Possibly Wave Power
A new project seeks to take advantage of the emerging regulations to support uncrewed vessels by developing what could become the first short-sea autonomous, zero-emission containership. Belgian company Zulu Associates and its subsidiary Anglo Belgian Shipping company working with Conoship updated their concept by adding auxiliary wind power... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Fishing Vessel Navigates to Safety After Losing its Bow
On Tuesday, the crew of a Taiwanese fishing vessel lost their bow in a collision with a bulker off the Philippines - and then navigated the remaining two-thirds of their boat to safety. At about 2100 hours local time on Tuesday night, the Taiwanese fishing vessel Sheng Feng 12 was operating some 80 nm off the coast of Candon, Ilocos Sur, on the northwest end of Luzon... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:14-Dec-2023



Injured Croatian crew brought to shore in Kochi, given treatment
Croatian national, Nikolich Marjan is a crew member in Liberia registered LNG Tanker MT AL Khaznah. It was while travelling from Singapore to Das Island in UAE on Tuesday that an accident occurred and he sustained an injury on his left hand finger. The team immediately reached Kochi’s outer anchor and sought medical assistance from Kochi Coastal Police Station... -The New Indian Express

Posted On:14-Dec-2023


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