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India: Water transport between Mumbai-Goa will change scenario
Pitching for an efficient water transportation system between Mumbai, the financial capital of India and Goa, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said that it would change the entire scenario... -deccanherald.com

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



ICS Chairman Meets CSA And Chinese Officials Signifying A New Era Of Collaboration
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Chairman Emanuele Grimaldi met with Mr Feng Bo, the Executive Vice President of COSCO Shipping, who received the ICS delegation on behalf of China Shipowners’ Association (CSA), to pave the way forward for a closer working relationship between the ICS and China... -Marine Insight

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Tanker and Crew Found Safe After Pirates Steal Cargo in Gulf of Guinea
The missing Singapore-registered tanker that was boarded at the beginning of the week has finally been located with authorities in Singapore and South Korea reporting the crewmembers are safe. A search had been ongoing since the Success 9 was boarded mid-day local time on Monday, April 10 approximately 300 nautical miles south of Abidjan,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Feasibility study underway for UK's first maritime green corridor
French multinational Schneider Electric has announced that it is a technical partner in an eight-month consultancy project to design and deliver the UK’s first green maritime corridor between Dover, UK and the ports of Calais and Dunkirk in France. The green shipping corridor is part of the UK’s CMDC.... -ship-technology.com

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Maersk’s First Green Methanol-Powered Containership Launched
Danish shipping giant Maersk is celebrating the launch of the world’s first green methanol-powered containership. The vessel, a 2,100 TEU capacity feeder ship, is the first of nineteen carbon neutral ships Maersk has on order that will be powered by green methanol fuel... -gCaptain

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Holland America Line Celebrates 150 Years of Maritime History
The current MS Rotterdam is the seventh version of the original ocean-going steamer, the SS Rotterdam. This route is the reverse of the original, maiden voyage in 1872 when New York City was the destination... -TravelPulse

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Starlink making waves in maritime - fast growing interest from major shipping companies
Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite communications service is attracting a growing list leading names in the maritime world. This week saw announcements by Columbia Ship Management (CSM) and Costamare as the latest companies to trial the service provided provided by a constellation of low-earth orbit (LEO) satellites operated by SpaceX... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Re-evaluating risk and safety top priority in decarbonisation: DNV
The Middle East is one of DNV’s top-performing regions worldwide, as it has classified more than 500 vessels for Middle Eastern owners, representing over 12.6 million gt, one of its top regional officials said... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Focus on Tug and Salvage Operations
The marine towage and salvage sector continues to feature some of the most durable and most versatile vessels ever to be introduced into the global shipping industry, and our focus on that sector for this week will highlight some notable examples of such vessels... -Baird Maritime

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



The Container Control Programme highlights success in preventing the exploitation of the global trade supply chain
Today, the Container Control Programme (CCP) released its Annual Report for 2022. The CCP continued to deliver impressive results by making a wide variety of seizures, including cocaine, firearms, ammunition and parts of explosives, cigarettes, and products related to crimes that affect the environment... -unodc.org

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



IRGC seizes vessel carrying 1.5 million liters of fuel, detains crew
The IRGC Navy seized a foreign vessel carrying near 1.5 million liters of fuel in the Persian Gulf and detained its crew, the IRGC-affiliated Tasnim News Agency reported on Sunday. It is unclear when exactly the vessel was seized... -The Jerusalem Post

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



South Africa Coordinates Rescue of 26 Crew from Burning Fishing Boat
The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) is reporting that 26 crewmembers were rescued and brought to shore after their fishing vessel caught fire overnight south of the Cape of Good Hope near Cape Town. They are describing the rescue as “a frantic effort involving no less than three ships which had responded to a mayday call.”... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Generator Failure Suspected In M/V Walla Walla Ferry Grounding
Late Sunday morning, WSF reported that all 175 cars trapped aboard the grounded M/V Walla Walla had been successfully removed after the vessel was towed back to Bremerton. This development comes as the investigation intensifies to uncover the cause of the vessel’s grounding on Brainbridge Island on Saturday afternoon,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Container ship disabled in Wellington Harbor
Container ship SHILING arrived at Wellington, NZ, in the morning Apr 14, unmoored and started sailing in the morning Apr 15, but suffered engine failure while navigating in Wellington Harbor, and had to anchor in emergency at around 0130 LT Apr 15. 2 tugs responded, at around 1340 LT the ship heaved anchor and was taken back to berth,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Samui ferry capsized at Surat Thani, Thailand
Ferry RAJA 10 capsized and rested starboard on pier and on bottom at Surat Thani port, Surat Thani Province, Thailand, Gulf of Siam, in the morning Apr 16. Ferry is linking Surat Thani with famous islands Samui and Pha Ngan, reportedly she lost stability and capsized during mooring, before boarding started. No injures reported... -FleetMon

Posted On:17-Apr-2023



Dredger lost suction pipe in Calais
Hopper dredger COSTA ATLANTICA reportedly struck and destroyed three pilings at Calais port, France, on Apr 15, either while being engaged in dredging, or leaving port. Dredger sustained serious damages including lost overboard suction pipe, which now presents a navigational obstacle... -FleetMon

Posted On:17-Apr-2023


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