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Britain and US accuse Iran of facilitating ship attacks in Red Sea
Britain and the United States have condemned recent attacks on commercial shipping in the Red Sea and have blamed Iran for supporting the Houthi fighters responsible for the incidents. The attacks targeted three merchant ships in international waters and were claimed by the Houthi group in Yemen. Incidents like these are adding to a growing list of similar attacks on Israeli-affiliated commercial vessels in the region... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



Drone-fired rocket hits OOCL container ship in the Red Sea
A container vessel passing through the Red Sea region was attacked by a Houthi drone, raising concerns about the safety of ships in the area. The 4,250 teu Number 9 issued a distress call after being hit by a rocket, resulting in engine damage and the ship taking on water. Houthi rebels ordered the vessel to dock at the port of Hodeidah, but the damaged engine prevented the captain from changing course.,. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



Improving Red Sea Area Security with Collaboration Mechanisms
IMO is working with other stakeholders to enhance maritime security and safety in the Red Sea area, in line with the 2050 Africa Integrated Maritime Strategy. As part of the Red Sea Project, IMO participated in a regional maritime law enforcement forum in Addis Ababa organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



BV Introduces New Regulations for Hydrogen Powered Ships
Classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) has released its first set of classification Rules for hydrogen-fueled ships, aimed at promoting the safe use of hydrogen propulsion in the maritime industry. These rules outline technical requirements for the safe bunkering, storage, preparation, distribution, and use of hydrogen as a fuel for power generation on board... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



UAE Secures Category-B Membership in IMO
The country’s efforts in elevating the national maritime sector and its pioneering efforts to reinforce the global industry have been instrumental in securing the win. The UAE has been re-elected to the Council of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) in the Category B membership for the fourth term with the highest number of votes,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



New UK Cadet Syllabus to be Launched in September 2025
The UK maritime officer cadets will be taught an updated syllabus starting in September 2025, as part of CT&M Programme. The updated syllabus, developed in line with the recommendations of the Maritime Skills Commission’s 2021 Seafarer Cadet Review Report, will include modules reflecting current practices and technology used onboard, as well as ‘human element’ skills... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



Former officials at Maritime Fuels accused of making financial misrepresentations
An internal accountant and a former general manager at a now defunct Nova Scotia home-heating oil firm made misrepresentations related to its financial statements, according to new claims made in a legal case involving the company, which collapsed into bankruptcy last month... -CBC.ca

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



Labor group urges bicameral panel to protect against escrow provision in Magna Carta for Seafarers
A labor group in the Philippines is calling for the removal of an “anti-seafarer” escrow provision in the proposed Magna Carta for Filipino Seafarers. The provision, which has been described as “nefariously anti-labor,” would place any monetary awards for seafarers in escrow if the employer or manning agency intends to raise the decision for judicial review... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



New Zealand Records Highest Maritime Emissions in 2023
In 2023, New Zealand had the highest average emissions per tonne of cargo shipped, while the United Arab Emirates had the lowest, according to VesselBot’s report on maritime emissions. VesselBot is a technology company that monitors greenhouse gas emissions in the shipping industry to enable better decision-making and accountability... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



Canada introduces Green Shipping Corridor initiative to combat maritime pollution
The Government of Canada has announced the launch of the Green Shipping Corridor Program, a $165.4 million investment aimed at establishing environmentally friendly shipping corridors along the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence Seaway, and the east and west coasts of Canada... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



Not Green, but Gray: Shedding Light on Alternative Fuels
Steve Esau, COO of SEA-LNG, discusses the challenge of increasing the availability of low and zero-emission fuels in the shipping industry. While the long-term goal is clear, the industry must deal with the reality of scarce green resources in the medium term. Alternative marine fuels such as LNG, bio-LNG, methanol, and ammonia follow the same general path to decarbonization... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



Dock Worker’s Death Leads to Port of Auckland Conviction
The Port of Auckland Limited (POAL) in New Zealand has been convicted of two charges under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 following a fatal accident on August 30, 2020, in which a worker was crushed by a falling container at the Fergusson Container Terminal. The charges were brought by Maritime NZ, and the port has been fined NZ$500,000... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



US Coast Guard Court Continues to Address Nine-Year-Old Hazing and Sexual Abuse Case
The US Coast Guard judge is reconsidering a decision regarding a case involving a ship’s officer who allegedly groped a cadet’s buttocks and simulated sex acts without consent. The officer, a chief mate at AP Moller-Maersk, was initially found to have “hazed” the deck cadet, but the incident was not classified as sexual abuse or molestation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



Detours around the bottleneck at the Panama Canal may lead to inflationary pressures
The Panama Canal, a crucial waterway for global trade, is facing a shutdown due to drought. The reduced water levels have limited the number of ships that can pass through, leading to long waiting times and higher costs for ship operators. The situation is expected to worsen in the coming months with the onset of the annual dry season, leading to reduced capacity and higher costs for shipping companies... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:5-Dec-2023



2 bulk carriers and 1 container ship attacked, minor or no damages
Three cargo ship, two bulk carriers and one container ship, were attacked by Houthis in southern Red sea near Bab al-Mandab Strait, on Dec 3. All three ships sustained lminor or no damages. The Arleigh-Burke Class destroyer of US Navy USS CARNEY was also unsuccessfully attacked, and after this first attack, was engaged in assisting and defending cargo ships... -FleetMon

Posted On:5-Dec-2023


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