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The agony of endless wait for Indian sailors held in Nigeria
It isn't unusual for seafarers to be away from their families for Christmas and other festivals. But this festive season is particularly hard for the families of 16 Indian sailors who have been under arrest in Nigeria since November, when their ship was taken into custody by authorities there... -Yahoo News

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Bomb scare diverts MSC Lorena from Antwerp
A criminal investigation is underway regarding a bomb threat on board a containership identified as MSC Lorena, the Dutch police confirmed. The vessel was diverted from the Port of Antwerp following a threatening phone call saying that a bomb would explode if the ship docked in the port, according to local media reports... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



UK Parliament Pours Cold Water on Potential of the Hydrogen Economy
The UK Parliament has poured cold water on the global drive towards hydrogen investments, stating that H2 is not a "panacea" for reaching 2050 net zero targets. The parliament took particular aim at the utility of hydrogen in the UK, where the government is aiming for 10 GW of?low carbon?H2 production capacity by 2030... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



MHSS: Seafarers need extra support during holiday season
MHSS Mental Health Support Solutions finds that the holiday season is always a challenging time for the mariners it is working with and shared a key message. “It is the time of year when people are more likely to feel undervalued if companies don’t put additional effort into supporting their crew,” explains Jannik Grothues, Managing Director of MHSS... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Tugboat captain cleared of causing shipmate's death after plunge into Mersey
A tugboat captain has been cleared of causing his shipmate's death after he plunged into the Mersey. Ian Webb was killed aged 62 after falling into the river from a jetty at Tranmere Oil Terminal nearly four years ago. He had been working as the chief engineer of the Millgarth during a "violent storm" when he died... -Liverpool Echo

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Retired Goa seamen get pension on Christmas eve
The State government on Saturday credited Rs 1.75 lakh into the account of the Commissioner for NRI Affairs, towards pension for retiring seafarers. The amount was credited by the Accounts Department. The government had earlier sanctioned Rs 1.25 crore, which had already been disbursed to the retired seafarers, according to Director of NRI Affairs Anthony De Souza... -Herald Goa

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



EEXI and CII: Everything You Need to Know About Shipping’s New Carbon Measurement and Rating System
Starting on January 1st, all ships will be required to calculate their carbon intensity to help measure and report on their environmental efficiency. Known as the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) and Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII), the new reporting mandates will be required under amendments adopted to the MARPOL Annex VI that entered into force on 1 November 2022... -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Mass theft among crew on board of container ship, and interesting response
Ukrainian maritime edition Seafarer News received a letter from Ukrainian seaman, who described an outrageous theft incident on board of container ship MSC BRUNELLA, which happened several weeks earlier. Somebody, apparently crew member, opened 7 cabins and stole all cash he found, totalling some $20,000... -Maritime Bulletin

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Wreckage of 650-year-old ships from powerful merchant alliance found in Sweden
Archaeologists in Varberg, Sweden, have uncovered the remains of two 14th-century ships that belonged to a powerful merchant alliance that spanned 200 mediaeval settlements. The vessels, which were unearthed on land through which a railway tunnel is being constructed, date back to around 1346 and 1356 respectively... -Express

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Japan’s First Large Offshore Wind Farm Starts Operations
Japan’s first large-scale offshore wind farm went into commercial service on December 22 with a second neighboring site expected to also commence operations shortly. While the projects are small in scale, and near shore, they are seen as a milestone as the country moves forward with plans for its green energy transition... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Bloomberg Video: How Drug Smugglers Infiltrated a Global Shipping Giant
Bloomberg is out with a new video today following up on a controversial article published last week on how cocaine-smuggling gangs infiltrated the world’s largest shipping company, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company. The story centers on the record-setting cocaine bust on board the MSC Gayane in 2019 at the Port of Philadelphia,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Italy: Rescue ships forced to make longer journeys
The Italian government appears to be using a new tactic against private sea rescue organizations operating in the Mediterranean. While previously the allocation of ports was often delayed or ships were confiscated, the government is now also asking rescue ships to make longer journeys... -InfoMigrants

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



All Passengers Rescued after Boat Sinks off Jakarta's Thousand Islands
Jakarta Search and Rescue Agency (SAR) head Fazzli reported that six passengers were successfully rescued after a boat, KM Nurul Hidayah, sank in the waters of the Thousand Islands, Jakarta, on Friday morning, December 23, 2022. No fatalities were recorded in the incident... -Tempo.co English

Posted On:24-Dec-2022



Fast ferry grounding, Philippines
Passenger ro-ro ship FAST CAT M20 ran aground some 4.5 nm north of Tubigon harbor, Bohol island, Philippines, at around 0500 LT (UTC +8) Dec 23, while en scheduled trip from Cebu to Tubigon. There were 289 passengers and ro-ro cargo on board. Hal of passengers were evacuated,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:24-Dec-2022


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