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U.S. Weighs Military Options After Massive Houthi Drone Attack
The White House is weighing options for striking back at Yemen's Houthi rebels after a month of attacks on commercial shipping in the Red Sea, officials have told Politico. Military options have been presented to the White House, according to Politico; however, the Biden administration has so far been reluctant to move beyond shooting down incoming drones and missiles... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Nine Nations Join U.S. Maritime Protection Mission in Red Sea
The U.S. Secretary of Defense has announced a new coalition of the willing for the protection for maritime commerce in the Red Sea, responding to a month-long campaign of missile and drone attacks by Yemen's Houthi rebel militia. The Houthi rebel group began attacking international shipping last month in response to the Israeli operation in Gaza... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



BP Joins List of Companies in Stopping Red Sea Transits
Oil major BP joined the growing list of shipping companies that are suspending their operations passing through the Red Sea and Suez Canal as the attacks continued off the coast of Yemen. World oil markets reacted to the news as shipping experts have warned of the potential for growing delays and an impact on global supply chains due to the disruption of shipping operations... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Zero emission fuels could reach parity in two years
Evidence is mounting that zero or net zero emission fuels, powering transatlantic vessels, could achieve cost parity with conventional fuels by 2026, given support from governments and the financial sector increases. Conclusions from COP 28 in Dubai this week suggest that fossil fuel use in general will be reduced across industries in the coming 25 years,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



MOL becomes the first shipping company to issue blue bonds
Japanese shipping company MOL plans to issue a JPY10 billion ($70.3 million) blue bond with a five-year tenure to finance green projects aimed at solving environmental problems related to marine pollution and sustainable marine resources. The bonds have received the highest rating of “Blue1(F)” from the Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) based on their expected positive environmental impact... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Largest 3D-Printed Boat Sets Guinness World Record
Maritime manufacturers Al Seer Marine and Abu Dhabi Maritime recently set the Guinness World Records title for the largest 3D-printed boat. The 11.98-meter-long, 3.5-meter-wide water taxi was printed in 5.5 days and uses 67% recycled materials, emphasizing sustainability and inclusivity. The boat has a capacity of 6.4 tons, is powered by two 15-kilowatt electric thrusters,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Bulgaria readies to start negotiating ransoms with Somali pirates
To add to the instability in the region, Somali pirates are back hunting targets while Houthis to the north in Yemen are attacking ships too, and bringing much marine traffic to a halt in the Red Sea. The Malta-flagged, Bulgarian-owned bulk carrier Ruen, hijacked last week, arrived over the weekend off Bander Murcaayo, in Puntland, Somalia... -Splash 247

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



CMA CGM Group Implements Preventive Measures for Shipping in the Red Sea
CMA CGM Group has expressed deep concern over recent attacks on commercial vessels in the Red Sea region and has taken increased preventative measures to ensure the safety of its ships and crews in the area. The shipowner has made the decision to order all CMA CGM container ships scheduled to transit the Red Sea to reach safe areas and suspend their voyages in safe waters with immediate effect... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Two sailors lost after freighter sinks near Vietnam’s coast
A general cargo ship, the Gia Bao 19, sank off Vietnam with nine crew members on board, leaving two missing. The vessel was reported to have flooded in waters off Thua Thien Hue province, about 27 nautical miles from the Chan May Dong cape. The 787-teu feeder container ship Haian Park rescued seven of the seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Heavy-Lift Hoist Failure Due to Corrosion: NTSB Report
NTSB reported that undetected corrosion and wear led to the failure of a wire rope during the hoisting of a wind turbine component on the heavy lift ship Thorco Basilisk, resulting in $3-5 million in damages. The incident occurred on July 23, 2022, when a wire rope on a shipboard crane broke while offloading a 68-tonne wind turbine nacelle at the Greensport Terminal on the Houston Ship Channel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Cargo Ship Driven Ashore in Taiwan: Crew Rescued, Oil Spill Contained
A small general cargo ship lost power during a strong storm and was driven ashore in Taiwan, prompting the rescue of nine crewmembers from Myanmar. The vessel, previously known as Wan Xing and now named Hai Shou, had a history of safety violations and was reflagged in Cameroon this year... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Houthi government disrupts shipping in the Red Sea, causing turmoil for global trade
The ongoing violence related to the Israel-Hamas war is causing major disruptions in shipping in the Red Sea. European oil and gas companies are rerouting their tankers away from Yemen, and container ships are being withdrawn from the region as Iran-backed Houthi fighters escalate attacks in support of Hamas. This has led to a rise in European natural gas prices and Brent oil futures, impacting global energy flows... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Panama Canal to Increase Capacity with 24 Daily Transits
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has announced that it will increase the number of daily transits from 22 to 24 starting in January 2024. This decision comes after November rains were not as deficient as those in October, and water-saving measures and restrictions have been effective. Currently, there are 22 daily transits, but the increase to 24 in January is still below the normal number of 36 daily transits... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Suez Canal Authority Reports Normal Maritime Traffic Despite Red Sea Attacks
The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) is closely monitoring the situation in the Red Sea and its potential impact on canal traffic. Despite attacks by Yemen’s Houthis on ships in the Red Sea, maritime traffic within the canal has remained normal, with 77 vessels crossing on December 17 and a total of 2,128 vessels crossing since November 19... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Hapag-Lloyd Redirects Ships in the Red Sea Due to Safety Concerns
Following Houthi attacks on ships in the Red Sea, German group Hapag-Lloyd has announced it will be rerouting several ships via the Cape of Good Hope. The decision came after an emergency meeting to discuss the attacks, with the company stating that the new route will be in place until passage through the Suez Canal and the Red Sea is deemed safe for ships and their crews... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



London Marine Insurers Extend High-Risk Zone in Red Sea
London’s marine insurance market has expanded its high-risk area in the Red Sea due to an increase in attacks on merchant ships. The Joint War Committee (JWC), which includes members of the Lloyd’s Market Association, is closely monitoring the situation and influencing insurers’ decisions on insurance premiums... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



The Importance of Safety Training in Maritime Work
In the vast expanse of the world’s oceans and waterways, maritime workers face unique challenges that most land-based workers would never encounter. From weather conditions and treacherous seas to complicated machinery operations, maritime workers grapple with elements that require a specialized knowledge base... -gCaptain

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



2024 could be a challenging year for the marine industry
What’s that saying printed on those motivational posters? Adversity breeds excellence? Adversity breeds strength? Is it character? Resilience? No matter: The recreational marine industry is likely going to need them all as the calendar flips to 2024. That’s the big takeaway about year-ahead expectations from thought leaders in technology,.. -Trade Only Today

Posted On:19-Dec-2023



Mega yacht stuck to pier to avoid sinking, Spain
Mega yacht TUMBERRY C, considered to be one of most luxurious Spanish yachts, ran into trouble in the morning Dec 17 in Sanxenxo Marina, Pontevedra, northwest Spain. There was a massive water ingress in engine room compartment, so to avoid yacht sinking in harbor it was decided to ground her... -FleetMon

Posted On:19-Dec-2023


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