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The UK Continues to Lead the Way in Seafarer Welfare During Pandemic
The UK continues to lead the way in seafarer welfare during the pandemic, with new, detailed information issued to ship owners and managers to understand the long-term wellbeing impacts of COVID-19 on their crew.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching consequences on the mental health and wellbeing of seafarers.
Survey reveals 90 per cent of cruisers want crew and passengers vaccinated
An overwhelming number of Cruise Passenger readers have said they want both crew and their fellow passengers to be vaccinated before they step aboard.
Close to 90 per cent of readers said they believe vaccinations should be mandatory for everyone on their sailing and 82 per cent of people will get the vaccine once it is available.
Torbay cruise ship crew member brought ashore after being taken ill
A CREW member from one of Torbay s cruise ships was brought ashore for medical treatment after being taken ill on board.
Coastguards from the Torbay Rescue Team were called out to help with the medical evacuation of a crew member from the TUI Marella Explorer at anchor in the bay off Torquay.
Tug Crewman Medevaced Off Louisiana
An ailing mariner was medevaced from a U.S.-flagged tug approximately 18 miles southwest of Atchafalaya Bay, off Louisiana, on Wednesday.
The U.S. Coast Guard said its watchstanders at Sector New Orleans received a call via VHF-FM radio channel 16 from the 78-foot tug boat Lady Loren stating a 35-year-old crewmember was reportedly suffering chest pains and shallow breathing.
Strengthening Canada s Arctic Search and Rescue Capabilities
Residents of the Canadian Arctic are painfully aware of climate change and more specifically global warming. Their lives have been and continue to be affected directly. Some have died because the traditional safe routes over the ice are no longer predictable.
APM Terminals Moin looks into the future with digital platforms to increase efficiency
In 2021, APM Terminals Moin (Costa Rica) celebrates two years of operations. 80% of Costa Rica s containers go through the terminal, making the facility essential for the country s supply chains.
On 28th February 2021, APM Terminals Moín celebrated its two-year anniversary in operation as Moín Container Terminal (Terminal de Contenedores de Moin - TCM).
India: Cargo volumes down 6.6% at State-owned ports in FY21
India s dozen state-owned ports handled a combined 600.625 million tonnes (mt) of cargo during April to February of FY21, 6.61 per cent lower than the 643.104 mt handled during the same period last year.
Except Paradip Port Trust and Mormugao Port Trust, the other 10 port trusts continue to suffer from volume declines triggered by the coronavirus-induced demand destruction.
Disabled container ship towed to Rhodes, Greece
Container ship CONTSHIP FUN suffered mechanical failure on Mar 1 in Aegean sea northwest of Rhodes island, Greece, and was towed to Rhodes port anchorage, northern Rhodes. She was anchored there in the afternoon Mar 3, as of 0400 UTC Mar 4 she was still at anchor. The ship is en route from Thessaloniki to Port Said.
Container ship struck locks both in Brunsbuettel and Kiel
Container ship ANNALISA P reportedly struck Locks in both Brunsbuettel and Kiel during Kiel Canal transit on Mar 3, being northbound. In the morning the ship struck Lock in Brunsbuettel entering Canal, in the evening or at night she struck Lock at Kiel, while exiting Canal. Both Locks are said to sustain substantial damages. ANNALISA P was allowed her voyage early in the morning Mar 4, she’s en route from Hamburg to Klaipeda.