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India: KMB draws up big plans to augment coastal shipping
Though the Vizhinjam seaport project has been caught in a stalemate for over three months, the Kerala Maritime Board (KMB) is going ahead with its ambitious project to develop coastal shipping... -New Indian Express

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



India said to offer incentives to boost shipbuilding industry
India plans to offer cash subsidies, lower taxes and other incentives to bolster its shipbuilding industry, two government sources said, as part of an effort to reduce the pain of high freight rates for the nation’s manufacturers... -The Hindu

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



Nigeria’s shady seizure of oil vessel casts doubts over country’s anti-piracy laws
An international oil tanker and its crew remain in the custody of the Nigerian authorities, after they were arrested more than three months ago in unclear circumstances. Nigeria is reportedly about to prosecute everyone on board with piracy charges, under the Suppression of Piracy and Other Maritime Offences Act 2019 (SPOMO)... -Channel 16

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



BIMCO supports WMU study for maritime safety
BIMCO is supporting a study conducted by the World Maritime University for the European Maritime Safety Agency to identify potential safety issues related to COVID-19 and the risks that may contribute to maritime accidents and incidents... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



CrewConnect makes successful in-person return to Manila
CrewConnect celebrated a record attendance from the international crewing community. Reuniting the global crewing community for a three-day conference, exhibition and award ceremony, CrewConnect Global made a successful return to the Philippines with its first in-person event since 2019... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



Stena Line to install high-speed wifi on 38 ships
Stena Line will install high-speed communications networks on up to 38 ships to enhance internet connectivity for passengers and crew. One of the world’s largest ferry operators has contracted Nowhere Networks to install wifi on its ships operating in northern and western Europe to connect with its wireless communications networks linking ships... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



India: Vizhinjam Port will give competition to other container ports on world shipping route - SNC Chief
Amidst the violent protests against the under-construction Vizhinjam seaport at Thiruvananthapuram, Southern Naval Command (SNC) chief Vice Admiral M A Hampiholi on Wednesday said the port will give competition to major container ports at Dubai and Colombo, and earn the country a lot of revenue... -The Print

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



The Maritime Decarbonization Conundrum
Efforts to decarbonize the maritime industry are underway. The shipping industry has faced and overcome significant hurdles in the past. Just two years ago, we were on the cusp of “IMO 2020” and the implementation of the global fuel sulfur cap... -gCaptain

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



Liftboat Capsizes and Sinks off Trinidad & Tobago
Authorities in Trinidad & Tobago are mobilizing resources to contain a possible environmental disaster after a supply vessel carrying 900 barrels of diesel fuel capsized and sank in the Gulf of Paria. Efforts are underway to deal with the possibility of an oil spill after the Liftboat Daniela capsized and sank on November 30... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



The pressures of extreme salvage operations
From 24-hour polar bear guards to 60 day voyages rolling and fishtailing across the Pacific Ocean, extreme salvage operations cover the most unpredictable work in shipping. Simon Burnay, Director and Naval Architect, Waves Group started by defining the various factors that can make a salvage operation extreme... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



BMT Unveils New Crew Transfer Vessel Model
BMT has unveiled its new 32-meter hybrid propulsion crew transfer vessel design, citing industry demand for lower carbon emissions, capacity, and prolonged offshore operations... -Offshore Engineer

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



Industry seeks clarity on pathway to decarbonisation
No two companies will share the same pathway to decarbonisation; there are difficult questions to ask and many options to explore. Tanker shipping has to face some harsh realities on the road to decarbonisation... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



U.S. companies join forces to design and construct all-electric truckable tug
U.S.-based design and engineering company Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) and marine metal fabrication shop Miller Marine have joined forces to design and build a fully electric truckable tug... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



Vehicle carrier sank after collision, Indonesia
Vehicle carrier SERASI I collided with general cargo ship BATANGHARI MAS at around 0200 LT (UTC +7) Dec 1 in Bangka Strait, Bangka Belitung Islands, while on scheduled trip from Patimban northwest Java to Belawan, North Sumatra. SERASI I hull was breached with massive water ingress, All 17 crew were rescued by nearby vessel, all are safe... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



Cargo ship troubled in Taiwan waters
Coaster cargo ship LONG SHUN suffered engine failure on Nov 30 off Changhua County, central west Taiwan, Taiwan Strait. The ship developed stb list and aft tilt, requested assistance. Captain ordered crew to abandon the ship, though later it has become known, that of 7 crew, 3 remained on board. 1 was airlifted to safety by Taiwan Air Corps helicopter, 3 rescued by patrol boat... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



General cargo ship sank in Taiwan Strait, Fujian Province
General cargo ship YU SHENG 788 sank in Fujian Province water in Taiwan Strait on Nov 30, being caught in rough weather. 13 crew were rescued in challenging conditions by nearby cargo ship. YU SHENG 788 was en route from Xiamen to Shantou... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Dec-2022



Distressed cargo ship abandoned, adrift, crew rescued, Yellow sea
General cargo ship EVER WIN developed stb 30 deg list in rough weather some 40 nm E of Yangtze estuary on Nov 30, issued distress signal and requested rescue. Shanghai MRCC sent SAR ship and helicopter, all 12 crew were rescued, all are safe... -FleetMon

Posted On:2-Dec-2022


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