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Opportunity to Accelerate Shipping’s Decarbonization Efforts
Member states of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), the UN agency that regulates international maritime affairs, are meeting on December 5-16 to discuss how to accelerate the industry’s climate mitigation efforts... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Protests Called Off at Adani’s South India Port
Protests were temporarily called off at Adani’s Vizhinjam seaport in the southern Indian state of Kerala after more than four months of agitation, a protest leader said on Tuesday, but demands to halt port construction were not met... -Maritime Logistics News

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Protecting the human rights of seafarers
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on December 10, 1948. Translated into more than 360 languages, it was the first international agreement on the basic principles of human rights that articulated the rights and freedoms to which every human being is equally and inalienably entitled... -Business Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Sea Trials Underway on First Kite for Wind-Assisted Propulsion
Sea trials are underway on the first installation of an automated kite system for wind-assisted propulsion on a commercial vessel. The French company Airseas reports that it is making good progress on its tests during Atlantic crossings aboard a Ro-Ro cargo ship, helping it to validate design concepts and perfect elements of the system and its operations... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



India: MASSA seeks financial incentives on training courses
MASSA has sought financial incentives, including GST exemption, on some maritime training courses for the ship manning industry. A highly skilled seafarer is sought after in the global employment market and such sops, if incorporated in the forthcoming Union Budget, will certainly boost employment of the Indian maritime workforce, MASSA said in a statement... -Devdiscourse

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Is Olakkaneswar temple India’s oldest lighthouse?
Perhaps you’ve heard ardent devotees claim that visiting a place of worship has ‘shown them the light.’ What if there was a temple that took this turn of phrase very, very literally? Located at the top of a cave perched on a hillock, Olakkaneswar Temple in Mahabalipuram served as a sanctuary for Shiva worshippers by day and a lighthouse by night... -cntraveller.in

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Free To Access E-Learning Course: ’Energy Saving At Sea’ Launched
A new e-learning course aimed at equipping seafarers with knowledge around reducing energy use onboard a ship has been launched. The free-to-access, self-paced “Energy Saving at Sea” online course comprises two separate modules, one tailored to crew working in the engine department and the other tailored to crew working in the deck department... -Marine Insight

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Robotic Survey Ships Set Sail From Vard Vung Tau
After a pandemic-induced delay, Ocean Infinity’s first two robotic survey ships have set sail at last from the Vung Tau shipyard in Vietnam. The vessels are making a crewed voyage to Vard Søviknes in Norway for fitting out and testing, and will provide the first proof of concept for Ocean Infinity’s radical rethink of subsea survey and maintenance work... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Error prevention: Achieving an error-free navigation
Over the past few years, the industry has managed a significant drop in reported shipping losses and errors with improvements in ship design, maritime technology, regulation and risk management systems. Dealing with the human factor, though, is unpredictable. Human error and marine accidents seem to be strongly intertwined... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



IMO welcomes new consultative partner to support shipping decarbonization
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) was granted consultative status by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to support the shipping industry and countries to move in the right direction on climate. This makes EDF one of few environmental non-governmental organizations able to contribute with its expertise to the United Nation’s specialized agency for shipping... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Turkey’s Proof-of-Insurance Rule Ensnares Russian Oil Shipments
Oil shipments from Russia and Kazakhstan are getting ensnared in a Turkish government rule to provide proof that tankers are insured when navigating the vital Bosphorus and Dardanelles shipping straits. The measure, which came into force on Friday, compels ships carrying crude oil to have a letter from their insurer guaranteeing cover while in Turkey’s waters... -Insurance Journal

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



LR certifies DriX uncrewed surface vessel
LR has awarded its first certification for an Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) to the DriX maritime drone, developed by Exail. The DriX system design was reviewed against the Lloyd’s Register Code for Unmanned Marine Systems. The new certification attests that the surface drone meets critical safety requirements to be operated at sea... -Lloyd s Register

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Launch Of ’Switch To Zero’ Campaign To Reduce Shipping Industry Carbon Emissions
Companies that import or export their freight by vessel generally have little influence on the container shipping company’s fuel choice. GoodShipping aims to change this with the ‘insetting’ concept. The Port of Rotterdam Authority and GoodShipping are conducting a joint campaign to inform companies of this concept so they can have part, or all of their sea freight transported via sustainable fuel... -Marine Insight

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Sign of the Times: New World’s Largest Containership Sails Light on Maiden Voyage
The 24,004 teu Ever Atop transited the Suez Canal over the weekend on its maiden voyage to North Europe, apparently less than three-quarters full, evidencing the severe contraction in demand impacting the tradelane. The ULCV was the final ship to be delivered of an order of the ten A24 series design for Taiwanese carrier Evergreen,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:7-Dec-2022



Several hundred migrants rescued in Mediterranean
picked up by private rescue ships and the Italian coast guard. Four people are missing after a boat sank off Lampedusa. Around 450 migrants traveling on a big fishing boat were picked up by the Italian coast guard on Monday, December 5, according to Italian broadcaster Radio Radicale... -InfoMigrants

Posted On:7-Dec-2022


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