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Crew Abandon UK-Registered Ship After Missile Attack in Red Sea
The attack on the Rubymar cargo ship late Sunday night led to the crew's abandonment after two missile impacts. The Red Sea and Gulf of Aden have seen increased risks, prompting some shipping companies to halt operations in the area. The ship suffered catastrophic damages and is at risk of sinking... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



European Council launches new maritime security initiative
The European Council has launched a new defensive maritime security operation with the objective of restoring and safeguarding freedom of navigation in the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf. Launched on Monday, February 19, Operation ASPIDES will ensure an EU naval presence in the area where numerous attacks by Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels have targeted international commercial vessels since October 2023... -Baird Maritime

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



Industry Calls for Release of Seafarers Held Captive by Houthis
The Galaxy Leader hijacking in the Red Sea has prompted 29 industry organizations to call for the release of 25 seafarers held captive on board. The hijacking, attributed to the Houthis, has caused a diversion of 80% of container shipping from the Red Sea, adding 10 to 14 days to Asia-Europe/Med trips... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



AI-Powered Draught Survey App Transforms Maritime Operations
In the heart of Aberdeen, Tymor Marine is set to develop DRFT MRKS, an app leveraging AI to revolutionize vessel draught surveys. This pioneering technology promises unparalleled accuracy and efficiency, marking a significant leap in maritime operations. With the support of Scottish Enterprise, Tymor Marine charts a course towards a safer and more sustainable future... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



Supra Boats Receives NMMA CSI Award for 19th Consecutive Year
Supra Boats, a brand produced by Skier’s Choice, has received the Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) Award for 2023 from the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA). This marks the 19th consecutive year that Supra Boats has been honored with this award, solidifying its position as a leader in the marine industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



Saudi Arabia's Bold Leap into Luxury Maritime Tourism
Saudi Arabia, a desert kingdom, charts a new course in tourism by opening the Red Sea to foreign marine vessels. The initiative promotes luxury tourism and the blue economy, while emphasizing environmental conservation and marine biodiversity protection. This transformation positions the Red Sea as a leading destination for maritime leisure activities... -BNN Breaking

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



IIT Madras Researchers Establishing Centre of Excellence in Maritime Sector
The CoE on Maritime Experiments To Maritime Experience (ME2ME) at IIT Madras aims to make India a global hub in the maritime sector. The research team has developed cost-effective technologies and plans to raise funds for future projects. The center has already achieved significant financial savings for the country... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



Increasing Women’s Representation and Role Diversity in Maritime Shipping
Svetlana Timm-Vengerov embarked on her first sea journey at 17, traveling across the Pacific and back to Asia. Despite the male-dominated maritime industry, she became a second technical officer at Hapag Lloyd, a job that involves managing technical processes and mechanical engineering staff. The industry is making efforts to encourage more women to join... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



AIDA Cruises chooses three ships for upgrade program
Germany’s AIDA Cruises has commenced an extensive modernisation program wherein three ships in its fleet will be thoroughly upgraded, parent company Carnival Corporation confirmed. AIDAdiva, AIDAbella, and AIDAluna will be overhauled as part of the first phase of the program, with the first ship to be modernised in the spring of 2025... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



Norwegian Shipowners Collaborate on Methanol-Powered Offshore Wind Vessel
Norwegian shipowners Eidesvik Offshore and Agalas collaborate to build an innovative Construction Support Vessel (CSV) for subsea and offshore wind operations. The environmentally friendly ship will have methanol-powered engines and a battery hybrid system. With Eidesvik retaining a majority stake, the vessel is expected to be a game-changer in the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



AD Ports Group signs agreements with Gujarat Maritime Board and RITES Limited
AD Ports Group has recently inked strategic memoranda with Gujarat Maritime Board and RITES Limited, a reputable multi-disciplinary transport infrastructure company. This collaboration will strengthen the global trade and enhance the transport sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



The Promising Horizon of Green Methanol in Maritime Fuel
The maritime industry is revolutionizing its sustainability efforts with green methanol fuel and advanced vessel designs. These initiatives significantly cut emissions and enhance operational efficiency, shaping a greener future for the sector. In an ever-evolving quest towards sustainability, the maritime industry stands on the cusp of a significant transformation... -BNN Breaking

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



Australia Tightens Safety Regulations for Offshore Oil Workers
Australia’s Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, Madeleine King, has introduced legislation to enhance offshore oil and gas project safety. The Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Legislation Amendment (Safety and Other Measures) Bill 2024 widens the scope of health and safety roles, improves worker protection,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:20-Feb-2024



Bulk Carrier Runs Aground in Sao Luis, Brazil
A Brazilian flagged bulk carrier, FORTE DE SAO FELIPE, has run aground in a privately owned canal leading to the port of Alumar Company in Sao Luis, Maranhao. The vessel grounded on Saturday morning, and since then, multiple attempts have been made to refloat the vessel, but none have succeeded... -FleetMon

Posted On:20-Feb-2024


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