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India: Vizag Port Sets New Record in Handling Bulk Cargo
Visakhapatnam Port Authority (VPA) set a new record by handling 7,639 tonnes of bulk cargo, including 637 tonnes of calcined alumina in bulk from M/S. Utkal Alumina International Limited. This surpassed the previous record of 7,549 tonnes set in November 2023, with the cargo being loaded onto vessel MV HPC Future at East Quay-3... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Shipping decarbonization will face a reality check in 2024
In 2023, the shipping industry saw significant regulatory changes, including the adoption of a revised greenhouse gas strategy by MEPC 80, the entry into force of the IMO’s Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII), and the EU’s extension of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to shipping. This marked a shift from conceptual discussions about decarbonizing shipping to actual implementation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



War Risk Insurance Rates Increase Due to Attacks on Ships in Red Sea
A series of attacks in Middle Eastern waters have occurred following a war between Israel and Hamas on October 7th. The U.S. military reported three commercial vessels coming under attack in international waters in the southern Red Sea. Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi group claimed responsibility for drone and missile attacks on what they believed were two Israeli vessels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



US Creates Maritime Force to Protect Ships from Houthis
The Pentagon is in discussion to establish a naval task force in the Red Sea to protect ships from attacks by Yemen’s Houthi rebels, who claim the ships are linked to Israel. The US is seeking to create a naval force with its allies, according to Pentagon spokesman Patrick Ryder. The attacks by Houthi rebels have targeted ships from various countries in international waters near Yemen,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



IMO and LR collaborate on seafarer training project
A new project is set to develop a training framework to equip seafarers with skills as shipping transitions to zero greenhouse gas emissions, IMO highlights. In particular, the Project will work to prepare seafarers for zero or near-zero emissions ships, helping the global shipping industry to decarbonize and ensuring a just transition for seafarers... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Bicam panel OKs Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers
The Senate and the House of Representatives bicameral conference committee on Wednesday approved the reconciled version of a measure that will institutionalize the protection of the rights of Filipino seafarers.
advertisement. The Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers will also serve as a guarantee to the international community that the Philippines will comply with its obligations to international conventions... -GMA News Online

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



India’s Maritime Landscape to be Transformed by Vadhavan Mega Port in 2024
The Vadhavan Mega Port is strategically located in a key maritime location and is expected to have a significant impact on trade dynamics and economic growth. The port’s design incorporates advanced technology and sustainable practices, positioning it as a model for maritime excellence globally... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



NTSB Recommends New Alarms and Procedures for Pipeline Collapses and Anchorage Change
The NTSB has recommended new alarms and procedures for pipeline collapses and a change to an anchorage following a 2021 oil spill off the coast of Southern California. The spill near Los Angeles and Long Beach ports was caused by ship anchors damaging an underwater pipeline, resulting in approximately 588 barrels of oil leaked and $160 million in damages... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Oxford’s Center for Maritime Archaeology Marks 20 Years of Success
The Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology (OCMA) is marking its 20th anniversary since its establishment in 2003. Founded by Oxford University, the European Institute for Underwater Archaeology (IEASM), and the Hilti Foundation, OCMA was created as a research hub for maritime archaeology. Over the years, it has evolved to include a staff body of doctoral students specializing in water-based archaeological topics... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Bridge Struck by ONE Containership Disrupts Northbound Traffic in Suez Canal
The Suez Canal Authority reported disruptions to the northbound convoy after an Ocean Network Express (ONE) containership, the ONE Orpheus, hit a bridge and possibly grounded. The vessel experienced a steering failure, leading to the collision with a floating bridge near mile marker 74. The incident occurred in a section of two-way traffic, but the authority plans to divert the ships behind the accident to the western channel to complete their trip... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Commercial Offshore Wind Farm Opens in the USA for the First Time
New York State has achieved a significant milestone in its clean energy efforts with the successful delivery of electricity from the first operational wind turbine at the South Fork Wind Project. The turbine is now providing clean electricity to Long Island, marking a major achievement in the state’s renewable energy development... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



IMO takes stronger stance to combat “shadow” tanker fleet
The United Nations shipping agency has adopted a resolution targeting illegal shipping practices by the unregulated “shadow fleet” in an effort to curb unsafe activities at sea. The resolution, adopted at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) meeting in London, calls on flag states to comply with regulations and prohibits or regulates the transport of cargoes by sea, known as STS operations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



COP 28 Emphasizes Wind Power as Crucial for Decarbonizing the Maritime Sector
The International Windship Association (IWSA) has issued an open letter to attendees at the 28th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP 28) urging them to recognize the crucial role of direct wind propulsion energy in decarbonizing the maritime sector. The letter aligns with recent targets set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Cruise Industry Commits to Net Zero Emissions by 2050: Sustainability Report
The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has released a sustainability report outlining the industry’s commitment to reducing its environmental footprint and achieving net zero emissions by 2050. The report highlights the cruise industry’s efforts to invest in green technologies and practices, such as shoreside electricity for ships and the development of sustainable marine fuels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Kuwait Coast Guard Warns Seafarers Of A Broken Pipe
The Coast Guard’s General Administration issued a warning urging seafarers to exercise vigilance within the vicinity from the Sabah Al-Ahmad Naval Base to the northern pier, specifically around the coordinates “29’09.173N 48’07.862E.” The advisory highlighted the identification of a submerged broken pipe in the area, posing a potential threat to maritime activities... -Arab Times Kuwait News

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



APM Terminals and DP World Team Up to Create Zero Emission Port Alliance at COP28
DP World and APM Terminals have joined forces to establish the Zero Emission Port Alliance (ZEPA), a coalition aimed at accelerating the transition to zero emissions for container handling equipment (CHE) at ports. ZEPA will begin operations in 2024 and is open to all industry participants, including terminal operators, OEMs, port authorities, and government entities... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Increased Tensions in the Red Sea Could Lead to Further Delays for Container Ships
Amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the British-owned box ship Number 9, operated by OOCL, was hit by a missile fired from a drone on December 3. This attack has increased the threat to all ships traveling through the Red Sea, according to Linerlytica. In response to the attack, ZIM Line has diverted its ships from the Suez to the longer route around the Cape of Good Hope,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



Bulgarian Sailors Held Captive: Ship Hijacking by Yemeni Rebels Enters Third Week
The captain of the ship "Galaxy Leader" and the first assistant captain of the ship, who are Bulgarians, remain in captivity of the Houthis for more than two weeks. Together with them, there are 23 other crew members, including sailors from Ukraine, the Philippines, Mexico and Romania. A day ago it became clear that, although limited, the kidnapped sailors have contact with their families... -Novinite.com

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



IRGC Navy captures smuggling ships with 34 crew members in Persian Gulf
The IRGC Navy reported on 6th December that the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) had apprehended 34 crew members and impounded two ships that were smuggling over 4.5 million litres of petroleum in the Persian Gulf. As informed, two ships that were smuggling 4.5 million litres of petroleum into the Persian Gulf have been captured by the IRGC Navy troops... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:7-Dec-2023



12 Container Ships Change Course from Red Sea Due to Terror Threat
Recent attacks on shipping in the Red Sea and the Straits of Hormuz have led to concerns about the safety of vessels in the region. While these attacks have targeted Israeli-linked ships in the past, recent incidents, such as the drone strike on the OOCL chartered containership Number 9, had no current Israeli links... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:7-Dec-2023


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