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India’s Ocean Grace: A Milestone in Green Maritime Sustainability
On 2nd March 2024, India celebrated a milestone in maritime sustainability with the inauguration of the 'Ocean Grace', a cutting-edge tug as part of the Green Tug Transition Programme. This initiative, led by Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, showcases India's commitment to a greener maritime sector and self-reliance by 2030... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Houthi attack on ship poses environmental threat to Red Sea
A British ship attacked by Houthi militants sank in the Red Sea, confirmed by the US military. The ship carried dangerous cargo, causing environmental concerns. Houthi attacks on ships led to disruptions in global trade. The sinking of the Rubymar poses a new tragedy for Yemen and marine life in the Red Sea... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



EU Approves Legislation to Strengthen FSPS Inspections
The European Council and Parliament have reached provisional agreements to strengthen maritime safety by enhancing Flag State and Port State inspections. The goal is to protect the marine environment, maintain high-quality shipping, and align EU regulations with international rules. The legislation also introduces a voluntary inspection regime for larger fishing vessels... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Sailors’ Society introduces its Cadet Report for 2023/24
Sailors' Society has launched its 2023/4 cadet report, "Generation Z - the future of maritime," providing insights on retention, wellbeing, and diversity from over 4,000 cadets globally. The report challenges stereotypes and highlights the priorities and concerns of the next generation of seafarers, shaping the future of the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Philippines: Shipowners praise the withdrawal of seafarers bill
Local shipowners and operators lauded the House of Representatives for recalling the Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers. The Philippine Coastwise Shipping Association Inc. thanked President Marcos for not signing the bill, seeking further congressional review. They opposed the reckless application of international standards to the domestic shipping industry, fearing bankruptcy and job loss... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Challenges and Unexpected Events Faced by Cruise Ship Workers
Cruise ship workers have shared some incredible stories, from tragic incidents like a passenger passing away unnoticed in a hot tub to bizarre events like a DJ causing panic by announcing an abandon ship order. These tales highlight the unexpected challenges faced by crew members at sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Indian Navy Warship Provides Humanitarian Assistance To Seafarers In Arabian Sea
Indian Navy warships provided humanitarian assistance to seafarers, while being deployed in the Arabian Sea for Maritime Security Operations. On Friday, specialist teams from an Indian Naval warship, boarded a fishing boat and a sailing vessel, who were in need of medical attention... -Times Now

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Cargo Ship Rubymar Sinks in Red Sea Amid Houthi Attacks – Concerns Rise
The cargo ship Rubymar, attacked last month, has sunk in the Red Sea. Yemen's government confirmed the incident and expressed concerns about an environmental disaster. Houthi militants have been targeting commercial vessels in the region since November. The U.S. military reported the ship was carrying 41,000 tons of fertilizer... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Colombo Port Trains Seafarers for Watch Keeping Certificates
Training has begun at Colombo Port for 50 seafarers with CDCs, conducted by the Mahapola Ports and Maritime Academy. Practical training on vessels at the port will equip them for employment abroad. Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva highlighted the need to increase Sri Lankan fleet for more opportunities in foreign countries... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Enhancing Maritime Security in Mumbai and Goa with Drones
Maritime surveillance plans include the use of drones for monitoring coastal regions like Mumbai and Goa. Recent incidents have prompted authorities to enhance security measures by deploying drone technology. Three individuals from Kuwait were apprehended, highlighting the need for improved coastal surveillance. GPS analysis revealed suspicious activities on their boat... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Norway’s oil industry resumes helicopter operations following recent fatal crash
Norwegian oil companies resumed helicopter flights to offshore oil and gas fields after a fatal crash off the country's west coast. Equinor CEO stated that there were no indications of safety issues with helicopters, and investigations into the crash are ongoing. Unions urged Equinor to diversify its helicopter fleet for added flexibility... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



International Collaboration on Climate-Neutral Bulk Carrier Project – GAMMA
Research scientists from 16 countries are collaborating to make a bulk carrier climate-neutral using a new power train. Long-distance sea transport accounts for a large portion of global trade and relies heavily on fossil fuels. The project aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the maritime sector and transition to greener fuels by 2050... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



K Line vessel fire results in fatality and injuries off Dutch coast
A crew member died and others were injured in a fire on the K Line-operated ship Fremantle Highway off the Dutch coast. All 23 crew were evacuated, with the vessel carrying 2,857 cars, including 25 electric vehicles. The fire started near the electric cars, and emergency services are still present at the scene... Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Mar-2024



Fishing Vessel Crew rescued by Irish Coast Guard
Five crew members were rescued by the Irish Coast Guard after their fishing vessel ran aground on the northern side of Inis Mór, on the Aran Islands. The emergency call was received by the Valentia Coast Guard shortly before 5am this morning... -Afloat

Posted On:4-Mar-2024


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