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Amid Red Sea crisis and China’s belligerence, Indian Ocean countries agree to keep zone stable
As the new threat in the Red Sea from the Iran-backed Houthi rebels continues to wreak havoc on global maritime trade amid China’s muscle-flexing, the Indian Ocean region countries met in Perth, Australia, and emphasised on the importance of keeping the ocean zone stable and sustainable... -ThePrint

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



IMO says they are working non-stop to resolve Red Sea crisis
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) is working tirelessly to solve the Red Sea crisis, severely disrupting global transport of goods due to attacks by Yemen’s Houthi rebels. The IMO is coordinating action to ensure a safe maritime environment, as many shipowners have opted for longer, costlier routes to avoid the Red Sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Maritime Cybersecurity: An Emerging Area of Concern for India
The ongoing conflict in the Red Sea highlights how vital maritime choke points are for the free movement of global trade. Simultaneously, the situation also emphasizes the emerging non-conventional maritime risks to the communications lines that pass through these points. One non-conventional threat emerging in the Indo-Pacific region that needs urgent attention is maritime cybersecurity... -The Diplomat

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Fatigue blamed as two seafarers killed by huge waves on Greek reefer
A tired bosun made a tragic error in leading his team back out on to the deck of a Greek reefer in dangerous weather off South Africa, an accident report has revealed. The 50-year-old Russian and a 46-year-old compatriot were killed when a series of huge waves battered the forecastle of the 627,926-cbf Beluga Reefer (built 1992) en route from Durban to Port Elizabeth on 30 June... -TradeWinds

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Maersk’s Ambitious Climate Goals: Net Zero Emissions by 2040
As Maersk targets net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040, validated targets include specific reductions in emissions from its operations and supply chains. The company is committed to collaborating with stakeholders to achieve these goals. Rabab Raafat Boulos, Chief Operating Officer, emphasizes the importance of global regulations to support the transition to green fuels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Indian Coast Guard Ship ‘Samarth’ Demonstrates Pollution Response at Sea
Indian Coast Guard Ship 'Samarth' successfully demonstrated pollution response at sea, showcasing collaborative training efforts for global maritime safety. The practical demonstration included containment measures and recovery operations. 21 officers from friendly foreign countries participated in the training. The Indian Coast Guard celebrated its 48th Raising Day,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Samuel Plimsoll: The Man Who Saved Lives at Sea
SAMUEL Plimsoll, born 200 years ago, revolutionized maritime safety with the load line. His legacy has saved countless lives and continues to resonate today. Despite ongoing challenges, his tireless work and persistence serve as a powerful example for modern safety campaigners. His story remains relevant in the fight for safety regulations in various sectors... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Singapore Port Authority introduces new testing parameters for bunker fuel
The new parameters aim to improve quality assurance after a bunker contamination incident in February 2022 that affected 200 ships. Improvements will be mandatory from June, in addition to existing measures. Bunker suppliers must ensure marine fuels do not contain certain compounds and undergo testing before delivery at the Port of Singapore... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Stringent Fines and Detention for Maritime Infringements in Togo
Swedish’s Club correspondents, ETIC Sas and Africa P&I Togo, provided the Club with the latest information on hefty fines for maritime infringement in Lomé. Recent developments in Lomé have expanded the role of customs authorities, particularly concerning maritime infringements, which were previously handled by the Maritime Police... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



India Boat & Marine Show Showcases Industry Trends
The India Boat & Marine Show in Kochi showcased trends in the boating industry, featuring exhibits in leisure and rescue boating, water sports tourism, and kayaking. Notable attractions included a furniture-cum-emergency boat and modular floaters. With over 60 exhibitors, the event was supported by various government and industry organizations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Seabound Completes Successful Sea Trial of Shipboard Carbon Capture Technology
The UK-based climate tech start-up Seabound released the results of its shipboard carbon capture technology trial. The pilot, supported by global shipping companies and the UK Government, tested the onboard carbon capture system on a 3,200 TEU vessel, achieving 80% CO2 and 90% sulfur dioxide capture efficiency. Seabound plans to deliver commercial systems by 2025... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Family and Crew of Boaters Honored for Heroic Rescue of Steel Worker
A family and a crew of boaters were honored for saving a steel worker who fell 140 feet into the river last year. The crew, practicing for such emergencies, reached the man in just three minutes. Both the Good Samaritans and the mariners, now hailed as heroes, say they would do it all again in a heartbeat... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Fiji: MSAF suggests drug testing for seafarers
The Marine Safety Authority of Fiji is considering mandatory random drug tests for all seafarers to combat the illegal drug trade across maritime islands. MSAF CEO Joweli Cawaki expressed concern about the involvement of maritime transport vessels in drug movement and the need for policy changes to deter perpetrators... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Choose the transformative power of green maritime fuels rather than false solutions
In the vast expanse of our oceans, where ships traverse the globe, a revolution is unfolding to propel the shipping industry towards a cleaner and sustainable future. Recent data reveals a compelling truth: methanol has emerged as the Number 1 choice for maritime new ship builds. We are pleased to see methanol overtake LNG but urge the shipping industry to choose to electrify everything possible first,.. -TradeWinds

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



Tobago Oil Spill Emergency Caused by Mysterious Capsized Cargo Ship
Officials on the Caribbean island of Tobago are dealing with a growing oil spill and investigating a capsized vessel causing the environmental disaster. A massive clean-up effort is underway, with the government classifying it as a Tier II disaster. The vessel, identified as Gulfstream, has caused damage to the nearby reef... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



LNG Carrier Loses Propeller, Towed to Safety
The 4700 dwt BOUGAINVILLE reported that it had lost its propeller and was unable to steer. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) had to tow the vessel, which was adrift off the Victorian coast. The vessel was arriving from Vanuatu with a cargo of LPG. The vessel is 4,256 gross tons and was built in 2014. It is 100 meters long and can carry a maximum of 5,000 cubic meters of LPG... -FleetMon

Posted On:12-Feb-2024



100 Kgs of Cocaine Valued at $246 Million Seized in Busan
A shipment of 100 kg of cocaine valued at $246 million was found in the sea chest of a ship last month in the new port in BUSAN, South Korea. The seized cocaine was put on display on February 8. The shipment of cocaine was discovered when officials, during a port inspection, found missing and loose screws in the sea chest of the vessel... -FleetMon

Posted On:12-Feb-2024


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