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India’s EAM emphasizes maritime cooperation during visit to Manila
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar visited Indian Coast Guard Ship Samudra Paheredar in Manila, emphasizing India's Act East policy and Indo-Pacific vision. He highlighted the deepening relations between India and the Philippines, showcasing cooperation in maritime training and pollution response... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



French President Visits World's First Wind-Powered Hybrid Vessel
Emmanuel Macron, President of France, visited the world's first wind-powered hybrid industrial cargo ship, Canopée, showcasing French commitment to decarbonizing the shipping industry. Macron also expressed confidence in the Ariane 6 rocket during a visit to the Guiana Space Center in Kourou on March 26, 2024. The innovative vessel aims to reduce fuel consumption by 30%... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



UN shipping body has possible draft on how to reach net zero
The UN body in charge of regulating global shipping has moved a small step closer to reaching its target of net-zero emissions by 2050. A statement from IMO said it had agreed on an "illustration of a possible draft" outlining how to reach net zero, following the conclusion of its Marine Environment Protection Committee meeting in London... -RNZ

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Baltimore bridge crash puts new focus on role of ship pilots
From the Puget Sound Pilots headquarters in downtown Seattle, with a view of Puget Sound as a backdrop, Capt. Ivan Carlson Jr. walks Scripps News' Vanessa Misciagna through an unfolding situation: A cargo ship loses power and a pilot is turning the boat around to safely dock... -Scripps News

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Netizens slam ‘racist’ cartoon on DALI ship’s all-Indian crew
A United States-based webcomic which is infamous for making politically incorrect cartoons, was slammed by netizens as well as Indian economist Sanjeev Sanyal, on Wednesday (Mar 27) for posting a clip which many called 'racist'. The cartoon by Foxford Comics of the all-Indian crew which was on board the DALI cargo vessel that collided with the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, on Tuesday, has invited public wrath... -WION

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



History of Labor Violations Haunt Dali’s Owners
Ships owned by Grace Ocean have been cited for labor violations, including underpaying and holding crew members past their contracts. The company's opaque ownership structure makes accountability difficult. The Dali, which crashed into the Key Bridge, inspections have found deficiencies in the vessel's machinery... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Indian Crew’s Timely Warning Praised by US Officials in Baltimore Bridge Collision
The crew of the Singapore-flagged container ship involved in the Baltimore bridge collapse were all Indians and confirmed safe, according to the shipping company. The incident occurred during pilotage, with no injuries or pollution reported. The cause is under investigation, with the crew cooperating with authorities. Search ongoing for missing individuals... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Iran releases all 18 Filipino seafarers; DFA confirms repatriation efforts
Iran has released all 18 Filipino seafarers held aboard the MV St. Nikolas in the Gulf of Oman. The manning agency deployed replacements, allowing the seafarers to be repatriated in batches. The last group of six arrived in Manila last week. The Philippines is also working to secure the release of 17 Filipinos held by suspected Houthi rebels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Singapore Cargo Ship Dali Passed Overseas Inspections Before Baltimore Bridge Collapse
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore revealed that the Dali container ship, involved in the Baltimore bridge collapse, had passed overseas inspections with valid certificates. The ship had a previous issue with a faulty monitor gauge for fuel pressure and is scheduled for further surveys in June 2024. Investigators from Singapore are assisting US authorities in the investigation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Fortinet and Samsung Heavy Industries Partner for Maritime Cybersecurity
Fortinet and Samsung Heavy Industries signed a Memorandum of Understanding for collaboration in maritime cybersecurity. With the increasing cyber threats in the maritime industry, the two companies aim to enhance cybersecurity measures to comply with new regulations and ensure the safety of ship operations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Pacific Basin Enhances Vessel Performance with Graphene Propeller Coating
Pacific Basin, a leading dry bulk shipping company, is set to apply a sustainable graphene-based propeller coating on 40 ships, with plans for full fleet adoption. The coating, manufactured by GIT Coatings, aims to improve efficiency and reduce fuel consumption, aligning with industry goals for emission reduction by 2030... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Carnival Corporation Reports Record Sales and Bookings in Q1 2024
Carnival Corporation announced record-breaking sales in the first quarter of 2024, with revenue hitting $5.4 billion, a 26% increase from the same period in 2023. The company reported a net loss of $214 million, an improvement from the previous year, and raised its full-year forecast due to strong demand... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



The Impact of FuelEU Maritime on Book-and-Claim Systems
The Global Maritime Forum's Getting to Zero Coalition has released an insight brief on how compliance mechanisms impact voluntary book-and-claim-enabled activities, using the FuelEU Maritime regulation as a case study. The FEUM legislation, part of the EU's 'Fit for 55' package, aims to reduce GHG emissions from the shipping sector through renewable fuels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Insurers bracing for multi-billion dollar claims on Baltimore Bridge
Insurers could face up to $3 billion in claims following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. Lloyd's of London companies are most at risk, with potential claims for damage to the bridge alone totaling $1.2 billion. Analysts predict additional liabilities for wrongful death and business interruption... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



ONE reveals intention to become a member of the 3 million TEU club
Japan's Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced a medium-term plan to expand its operating fleet to 3 million TEU by 2030, with an annual growth rate of 10%. This $25 billion effort is seen as a way for ONE to regain market share and catch up with competitors like Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Maritime safety expert helps explain what caused Key Bridge collapse
With the tragic events of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse still unfolding in Baltimore, Maryland, the Executive Director of Marine Education Support and Safety Operations at Texas A&M University-Galveston, Capt. Allan Post joined First News at Four Wednesday to help us understand what marine safety looks like and how a tragedy like the one in Baltimore can be avoided in the future... -KBTX

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Key Bridge Collision Raises Concerns About Pier Protection in Baltimore
The collapse of Baltimore's Key Bridge brings to mind lessons learned from Tampa's Sunshine Skyway disaster in 1980. With only one small protective dolphin, the Key Bridge may not have been updated to meet modern standards. Engineers and attorneys are calling for stronger protections to prevent future tragedies... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Singapore’s MPA Assists in US Investigation of Baltimore Bridge Disaster
The Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has sent experts to assist in investigating the Baltimore bridge disaster. The 9,962-teu Dali, owned by Grace Ocean and chartered by Maersk, lost control and collided with a support pillar, causing the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Mar-2024



Why investigators are looking into 'dirty fuel' in Baltimore bridge collapse
“Dirty fuel” is one of several possible factors that may have caused the cargo ship Dali to lose power in the moments before it smashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore on Tuesday, according to shipping industry experts. The investigation by federal, state and local authorities into what went wrong on the Dali is just beginning... -The Washington Post

Posted On:28-Mar-2024


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