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Modi govt’s COMPLAN to boost India’s coastal security
To avert incidents like the Mundra port drug overhaul, the Modi government has implemented a comprehensive multi-agency communication coordination plan (COMPLAN) for effective coastal border security management... -The New Indian

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Indian marine emissions lower than global average: Report
A recent research study by the ICAR-CMFRI has revealed that the carbon emissions from India's marine fisheries sector are significantly lower than the global average. The study was presented at a review meeting of the fisheries component of NICRA network research project, highlighting the impact of the fishing industry on the environment... -The Week

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Maritime UK launches Offshore Wind Plan
On March 10th, Maritime UK launched a landmark Offshore Wind Plan which puts forward a strategy for realising the UK’s offshore wind potential in the decades to come. As explained, the Offshore Wind Plan puts forward a strategy for realising the UK’s offshore wind potential in the decades to come... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Malaysia: Expedite foreign worker arrivals to ease shortage
Sarawak Association of Maritime Industries (Samin) is calling on the state government to expedite foreign worker arrivals, as the shipbuilding industry is facing an acute labour shortage. In Sibu, its president said the association had requested the Sarawak government to expedite approval of its members’ applications for foreign workers... -The Star

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



MSC Cruises Teams Up with Guinness World Records
MSC Cruises has partnered with Guinness World Records to elevate its onboard entertainment offerings. Officials will be on hand to allow guests to test their skills and break records during their cruise vacation. To add to the excitement, guests who do break a record will be awarded a genuine, official Guinness World Records certificate to show off with... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Sanmar Ceremony for New HaiSea Marine
Industry leaders gathered at the naming ceremonies for Sanmar’s five new ground-breaking tugboats for HaiSea Marine. Sanmar Shipyards has held naming ceremonies over two consecutive days for five tugboats... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Footage Of A Ship Trying To Survive Huge Waves In The Atlantic Is Viral
Traveling on a ship and encountering a turbulent sea needs indomitable strength and courage. In such a spirit, when waves were lashing violently, a sailor stood firm and stood his ground, showing a nerve-wracking video now viral on social media... -Marine Insight

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Naval facility built with India's help will boost maritime security: Maldives
The development of a key naval facility in the Maldives with Indian help will end the practice of sending vessels abroad for maintenance and improve the archipelago’s maritime security capabilities, Maldivian foreign minister Abdulla Shahid has said... -Hindustan Times

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Mackinac Island ferry to be converted to electric power for the first time
A Mackinac Island passenger ferry will be converted from diesel to electric power for the first time ever, thanks to a grant from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE). The $3.6 million grant is being awarded to Mackinac Island Ferry Company (MIFC), previously known as Star Line,.. -UPMatters.com

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Singapore shipbuilder rides ‘perfect storm’ with new generation of vessels
Strategic Marine is building innovative Gen 4 fast crewboats and crew transfer vessels to meet owner demands in the buoyant offshore oil and gas, and renewables sectors. A revived offshore oil and gas sector, combined with a growing global market for offshore wind, have created strong demand for shipyards,.. -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



NYK Certifies Ship-Recycling Facility In Bangladesh
NYK has certified PHP Ship Recycling Facility in Bangladesh for meeting NYK’s standards for ship-recycling measures pertaining to the environment, safety, occupational health, and respect for human rights... -Marine Insight

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Amogy launches first ammonia-powered tugboat
Brooklyn-based Amogy has scored another first by modifying a 1957-vintage tug to run on liquid ammonia. The tug already had an electric drive system using diesel generators and electric motors. Amogy will replace the diesels by retrofitting a 1MW ammonia generator... -gasworld

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



22 migrants dead as boat sinks off Madagascar: Maritime authorities
At least 22 migrants have been killed after a boat in East Africa's Madagascar, carrying 47 people, capsized off the coast on Saturday. Madagascar's port authority said the boat capsized while it attempted to sail to the French island of Mayotte... -India Today

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Two seafarers missing after cargo ship sinks off Vietnam
A search was continuing on Monday for two crew members missing after their small general cargo ship sank off Vietnam. The Bien Phong daily cited the border guard station at Phu Quy port as saying the 960-dwt Tuan Tu 09 (built 2009) went down on Saturday... -TradeWinds

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



8 dead after human smuggling boats capsize off San Diego coast
At least eight people were killed when two migrant smuggling boats capsized in shallow but treacherous surf amid heavy fog, authorities said Sunday, marking one of the deadliest maritime human smuggling operations ever off of US shores... -India Today

Posted On:14-Mar-2023



Panamax bulk carrier aground, Brazil
Bulk carrier LONDON 2012 aground in Sao Francisco do Sul, Babitonga Bay, Brazil, since Mar 11, with tugs working on her. The ship ran aground shortly after she left port, meaning that she’s in load. Cause of grounding unknown, probably the ship was about to anchor, but ran aground instead... -FleetMon

Posted On:14-Mar-2023


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