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Cyclone Batsirai strengthening, threatening Madagascar
Forecasts say Tropical Cyclone Batsirai is increasing in intensity and is expected to pass north of the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius on Wednesday evening and make landfall in central Madagascar on Saturday afternoon. The Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System says Batsirai has been upgraded and classified as Category 4... -ABC News

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Huge Iceberg Near Westfjords Coast
The Icelandic Coast Guard went on an expedition yesterday to map sea ice, which has been prevalent off the coast of the Westfjords in recent weeks. Around 17 nautical miles from the coast, they came across a large iceberg, measuring 250 metres by 150 metres [820 by 492 feet]. A rescue worker was lowered onto the iceberg, after which the Coast Guard helicopter made a landing on it... -IcelandReview

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



US Maritime Unions Slam Plans for a USVI Ship Registry
All of America’s leading maritime unions have joined together to opposed the creation of an open registry in the U.S. Virgin Islands, a U.S. territory in the Caribbean. If created, the USVI flag would be "the first, and only, international US open ship registry," according to its backers. It would be the fourth U.S.-managed open registry after Liberia, the Marshall Islands and Dominica... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Mitsubishi to build world’s 1st LCO2 carrier intended for CCUS
Japanese shipbuilder Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has concluded a contract with compatriot shipping company Sanyu Kisen for the construction of a demonstration test ship to transport liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2). As informed, the vessel will be built at the Enoura Plant of MHI’s Shimonoseki Shipyard & Machinery Works, with completion and delivery scheduled for fiscal 2023... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Dutch Detain Captain and Mate for Abandoning Drifting Bulker
In a strange twist to yesterday’s dramatic sea rescue of the crew from a drifting bulker during a raging storm, Dutch authorities are now detaining the captain and chief mate from the Julietta D. The vessel was secured by a salvage crew from Boskalis and brought to port, but the investigation is questioning the actions of the captain for leaving the vessel... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Rotterdam Ranks as Europe’s Top Carbon Polluting Port
T&E’s ranking of Europe’s ports by carbon emissions puts the spotlight on ports to do more to clean up shipping while industry profits soar. Rotterdam has been labeled Europe’s top carbon-polluting port by the non-governmental organization Transport & Environment (T&E). The Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s busiest seaport, is associated with almost 14 million tonnes of CO2 each year, putting it on a par with Europe’s fifth biggest industrial polluter... -gCaptain

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Captained by A.I., This New ’Mayflower’ Will Cross the Atlantic This Spring
The autonomous ship will embark on the same journey the Pilgrims took more than 400 years ago, collecting scientific data along the way. On September 6, 1620, the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, England, bearing 102 passengers and about 30 crew members. After a perilous 66-day journey across the North Atlantic and a harsh winter, the surviving Pilgrims and crew of the Mayflower encountered the Wampanoag,.. -Smithsonian

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Mexican ports moved historic container volumes in 2021
Mexican ports had the best year in their history in 2021, handling 7.85m teu. The figure marks an increase of 21.5% compared to 6.46m teus registered in 2020, and an increase of 10.5% compared to 2019, when the ports first surpassed the 7.1m teu barrier. According to statistics from the Ministry of the Navy (Semar), imports amounted to 3.98m teu, an increase of 23.4% compared to 3.22m teu in 2020; while exports were 3.87m teu, up 19.8% based on 3.23m teu year over year... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Norway trains VTS operators and pilots with new simulator course to improve safety
The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) has signed an agreement with Aboa Mare to provide a new simulator course for pilots and vessel traffic service (VTS) operators to improve safety along the Norwegian coast. During the course, six pilots from the pilot service and two VTS operators complete exercises together, practising managing a range of situations from the everyday to the potentially critical... -Digital Ship

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Submission on Migrant Fishing Crew to be Handed to Government Review
The International Transport Workers’ Federation says it is handing in a study Maynooth University conducted on migrant fishing crew to a Government review today. The study by Maynooth University’s law department on the experiences of non-EEA workers in the Irish fishing industry will be submitted to the Government’s review of the Atypical work permit scheme... -Afloat

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Lack of Coast Guard Icebreakers Disrupts Shipping on Great Lakes
A lack of U.S. Coast Guard icebreaking assets has delayed cargoes this season on the Great Lakes despite a relatively mild and delayed onset of winter in the region, the Great Lakes Maritime Task Force said Wednesday. U.S.-flag “lakers” on 20 voyages, with a total of 750,000 tons of carrying capacity for iron ore, coal and cement, were delayed for a total of 325 hours, the group said... -gCaptain

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Suspect in Sh1.3b drugs case denies hiring ship’s crew
A ship’s crew member who has been charged with trafficking drugs worth Sh1.3 billion in 2014 has denied recruiting his colleagues into the syndicate. The ship, Bushehr Amin Darya, which was suspected to have been carrying 377.2kg of heroin, was blown up in the deep waters of the Indian Ocean in 2014... -The Standard

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Protest planned as purpose-built cattle ship Al Kuwait sails towards Timaru port
Another protest is planned in Timaru for the return of purpose-built livestock ship Al Kuwait which scheduled to arrive on Sunday. The 189.5-metre ship is permitted to load up to 6748 live cattle bound for China according to the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) which will push livestock export numbers from Timaru to nearly 130,000 since the start of 2015... -Stuff.co.nz

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



5,000-TEU container ship in trouble in Japan sea
Container ship CSL SANTA MARIA suffered generator failure and became NUC at night Jan 30 in Japan sea 35 nm north of Okinoshima island, Japan. The ship drifted towards island’s northern coast and finally, had to anchor some 5 cables off the coast, to avoid grounding. Japan CG ships and tug responded. As of 0410 UTC Feb 2, the ship is understood to remain anchored, with CG ships and tug nearby... -Fleetmon

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Crabber sank along pier in Zarubino, Russian Far East
Crabber AKVANAVT sank alongside pier at Zarubino port, Primorye, Russia, Japan sea, on Feb 2, while off loading the catch. The ship sank following massive water ingress. Of 15 crew, 14 are safe, Chief Engineer, tragically, died. Master is in hospital with hypothermia... -Fleetmon

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Second Oil Spill Along the Peruvian Coast
The La Pampilla oil refinery, owned by the company Repsol, has been accused of spilling 8 barrels of oil along Peru’s pacific coast by Peru’s Minister of Environment, Ruben Ramirez. La Pampilla is the same refinery that caused the spill of a massive 6000 barrels of oil from tanker MARE DORICUM earlier this month, the cleanup and remediation of which is still ongoing... -Fleetmon

Posted On:3-Feb-2022



Panamax bulk carrier disabled in Dardanelles
Bulk carrier PANTHER MAX suffered engine failure in Dardanelles while ballasting from Egypt to Chornomorsk Ukraine at around 1340 UTC Feb 2 north of Canakkale. Traffic Control Center was immediately alerted, SAR tugs responded and took disabled bulk carrier to anchorage in front of Saltik, Dardanelles... -Fleetmon

Posted On:3-Feb-2022


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