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India, France to increase cooperation in maritime domain
The armed forces of India and France will increase cooperation in maritime domain. The decision is important considering the recent attacks by pirates in Arabian Sea and Red Sea. The Ministry of Defence said the cooperation between the Indian Navy and French Navy also includes training SME exchanges... -Daijiworld.com

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Maritime power shapes the world order – undergoing a sea change
Recent attacks on commercial shipping and warships in the Red Sea by Yemen’s Houthi rebels have brought the ocean back to the forefront of international security. Western global leadership was the result of centuries of sea mastery. Controlling the global ocean enables the projection of military power all over the world, as well as securing the free flow of goods at sea... -The Conversation

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Significant Increase in Arctic Shipping Revealed in Report
A new 10 year report by the Arctic Council's Working Group on the Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME) indicates a significant increase in shipping across the Arctic Ocean, with ships operating in the Arctic increasing by almost 40 percent between 2013 and 2023. Fishing vessels remain the largest category of vessels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Shipping cannot afford current levels of seafarer ill health
Ten thousand seafarers leave the industry every year through preventable ill health according to maritime healthcare provider Vikand with its CEO claiming that in 95% of these cases careers could be extended. In a global employment market which is seeing a contraction of available crew, Vikand’s Chief Executive, Peter Hult said that in most of these cases the causes are stress and cardiovascular problems... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



EU Policy. Institutions bungled science in maritime ban
Biofuels producers accuse EU co-legislators of discrimination in using crop-based biofuels. EU co-legislators omitted scientific and technical data from assessments when determining maritime biofuels emissions levels, ethanol producers claim in a legal challenge, according to the published court claim... -Euronews

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Port city fire departments must train on ships
New Jersey’s Port Newark terminals are some of the busiest on the East Coast, frequented by the largest containerships in the world. An ongoing Coast Guard inquiry into the July 5 deaths of two Newark Fire Department captains offers a warning that local emergency responders must be better prepared for waterfront disasters... -WorkBoat

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Shipping Companies Raise Concerns Over Deteriorating Security in the Red Sea
Major shipping companies warn of deteriorating security in the Red Sea despite Western efforts to contain attacks by Houthi rebels in Yemen. The disruption on the route could last a year, and the risk perception of shipping companies will determine when vessels return to the region. The situation seems to be escalating... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Relief from Panama Canal water crisis possible as El Niño comes to an end
The National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center forecasts an end to El Niño conditions by April-June 2024 with a 79% probability, followed by a 55% probability of La Niña weather patterns. This could bring relief to the Panama Canal water crisis, with hopes of returning to normal operations by May... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Neglected Passing Plans Resulted in Towboat Collision
The National Transportation Safety Board has determined that a major barge tow collision was caused by a pilot forgetting the passing arrangements that he had agreed on with another towboat, putting the two on the same side of the river. The collision resulted in significant damage and a chemical spill into the river... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Challenges and Solutions for the Maritime Industry’s Energy Transition
During DNV’s Maritime Energy Transition Summit 2024, CEO Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen discussed the challenges of adopting alternative fuels in the shipping industry. He emphasized the need for stakeholders to take action to promote a greener future and highlighted the potential of biofuels and energy efficiency technologies... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Study on the Safety of Bunkering with Biofuels: Insights and Recommendations
The first part of a study on the safety aspect of bunkering with biofuels has been published by EMSA. The study provides a comprehensive analysis of a pre-selection of biofuels in terms of safety aspects like flashpoint, toxicity, and cold-flow properties, among others... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Crew members suffer fatal injuries aboard the vessel Beluga Reefer
The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) has published a marine investigation report to draw lessons learned from two fatal injuries that took place on the afternoon of 30 June 2023, aboard the vessel Beluga Reefer. On the afternoon of 30 June 2023, Beluga Reefer was on passage from Durban to Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and was making way during a period of adverse weather... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



LR and Shipowners Establish Maritime Emissions Reduction Centre in Athens
Lloyd's Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub collaborates with five shipowners to establish the Maritime Emissions Reduction Centre in Athens, Greece. The not-for-profit initiative aims to enhance energy efficiency and overcome barriers to adopting green technologies, working towards net-zero emissions in the shipping industry... -BNN Breaking

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



The Challenges of Adhering to the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
The EU ETS is the first emissions trading system for ships, part of Europe's 'Fit for 55' initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030. Owners and operators must comply with complex regulations and surrender EU Allowances to cover their ships' emissions. Failure to do so will result in penalties and debt... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



CDC Investigating Outbreak of Illness on Cunard Cruise Ship Queen Victoria
The CDC is investigating a mysterious illness outbreak on the Cunard ship Queen Victoria, with over 150 reported cases of gastrointestinal illness. The cause remains unknown, but the ship has increased cleaning and isolation measures. The outbreak began in late January, and the ship is currently en route to Hawaii... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Filipino senior officer seafarers join in safety management workshop
Manila is hosting a Safety Management System workshop at the City Garden Hotel organized by Fleet Management Limited. The three-day workshop aims to enhance the expertise of 60 senior seafarers and is led by esteemed maritime leaders and industry experts from around the world. The workshop reflects FLEET's commitment to continual learning and enhancement for seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Study Shows Marine Green Fuel Frontrunner has its Own Set of Risks
As climate change continues to worsen, researchers everywhere are working to find greener solutions to some of earth’s biggest problems. Society’s reliance on fossil fuels is one of those problems. The automative industry has addressed this with the introduction of electric and hybrid cars, although the technology underlying electric cars is still a work in progress... -Laboratory Equipment

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Autonomous underwater robot helps reduce biofouling by ships
ScrubMarine, a pioneering marine sector startup, is diving headfirst into the inaugural cohort of Heriot-Watt University's DeepTech LaunchPad. The company, led by engineer Clyne Albertelli, is making waves with its underwater robot designed to combat biofouling—a persistent challenge for the shipping industry... -Interesting Engineering

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Old Cargo Ship Sinks While Being Towed Because of Flooding in the Engine Room
The crew of the tug Capt. Beau faced numerous challenges when towing the aging freighter Carib Trader II from Miami to Haiti. The vessel, with a history of inspection deficiencies and drug smuggling, took on water, sank, and was determined to have likely had an unidentified leak in the engine room... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Feb-2024



Carnival Cruise Ship Collides with Pier Due to Strong Winds
One of the Carnival Cruise Line’s ships, the “CARNIVAL MAGIC,” was damaged after strong winds pushed the vessel onto the docks in Jamaica on February 6th. The vessel has remained in Jamaica overnight as a team of experts is en route to assess the damage... -FleetMon

Posted On:9-Feb-2024


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