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India-Russia to improve maritime connectivity to boost trade
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar on Monday said that India and Russia are considering to improve maritime connectivity to enhance bilateral trade. Addressing the India-Russia business dialogue the minister said "We are discussing the importance of connectivity and the north-south and maritime corridors have been considered."... -Knn India

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Cruiseliners Gear Up For India With a Definite Roadmap
Indian outbound cruise tourism has the potential to grow exponentially. As international tourism is heading towards gaining its lost ground to pre pandemic level, each segment of the travel and tourism is full of optimism. And Cruise Tourism, which was first to be impacted by Covid, is rebounding faster than anticipated,.. -Travel Trends Today

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Maritime to benefit from EUR 2 billion fund to decarbonize
The European Parliament formally approved on Tuesday the new EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) law, earmarking around EUR 2 billion of the revenues of the Innovation Fund for the maritime sector. ECSA welcomed the move, saying that the deal will mark a turning point in the decarbonisation of the industry... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Abandoned Seafarers Repatriated After Five Months On
Thirteen Filipino seafarers, the last of 43 abandoned on two livestock carriers, have made it home after more than five months onboard the Yangtze Harmony. The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) intervened after the ship’s owners abandoned the vessel and its crew in October 2022... -MarineLink

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Digital booking platform launched for underwater hull cleaning
Danish company CleanQuote, part of the GateHouse Group, has created a digital platform for the booking of underwater hull cleaning from connected service providers in more than 400 ports. The new service has been added to the company’s existing digital platform providing access to cleaning services for ships’ cargo holds... -Smart Maritime Network

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Philippines: Marina partners with Soname
THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) and the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (Soname) have agreed to provide technical assistance and training that will promote, develop and foster a sustainable and progressive maritime industry... -The Manila Times

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Argentine Grain Inspectors Launch 24-Hour Strike, Halting Shipping at Key Ports
Argentina grains inspectors have launched a 24-hour strike that is halting shipments at key river ports in farm transport hub Rosario. The Urgara grains inspectors’ union said they are protesting rules that limit the number of terminals operating at a port in the city of Buenos Aires and high taxes applied to workers’ salaries... -gCaptain

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



First G5 vessel delivered to Grimaldi Group
Grimaldi Group celebrated the delivery of Great Antwerp, the first of six vessels in its new G5 class. The new vessel class is a step forward from the G4 vessels delivered in 2014-2015 and have double the container capacity... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Seafarers to hold protest in Wellington
Seafarers continue to protest the loss of jobs after giant shipping company Maersk axed its Coastal Connect service last month. “We’ve got an abundance of seafarers unemployed and very few ships,” Maritime Union of New Zealand Wellington branch secretary Jim King said... -Stuff

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Singapore's first electric ferry ready to set sail next month
Singapore's first electric ferry is ready to set sail next month. The Penguin Refresh will begin ferrying Shell personnel, contractors and visitors between Pasir Panjang Ferry Terminal and Pulau Bukom in May. The vessel was unveiled at an event held at the Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Singapore on Pulau Bukom on Apr 17,.. -CNA

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Philippines: Marina, IMO strengthen marine casualty investigation
THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) in coordination with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) led the launch of the Foundation Course on Marine Casualty Investigation for IMO Member States to strengthen maritime safety in the Philippines... -The Manila Times

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



British Marine launches UK Marine Industry Technology and Innovation Road Map
Identifying the opportunities, challenges and innovation priorities for the less than 24 metres (<24m) recreational and commercial craft sector. On 18 April at London Luxury Afloat, St Katharine Docks, British Marine officially released the new UK Marine Industry Technology and Innovation Road Map... -All About Shipping -

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Kongsberg Gruppen Revolutionizing Ocean Space Mapping and Monitoring
The ocean is a crucial part of solving global climate, food, and security challenges. Kongsberg Gruppen (KONGSBERG) is a global leader in advanced robotics and sensor technology to map, monitor and understand ocean space. This technology will become part of a new business area, Kongsberg Discovery... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Fishing vessel with 26 onboard caught fire in South Africa
Early Friday morning, a desperate rescue mission was undertaken to save 26 fishermen when their fishing vessel caught fire in the waters south of Cape Town, South Africa. The crew of the fishing vessel Olivia Marie was forced to evacuate ship and resort to life rafts after the engine room caught fire,.. -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:19-Apr-2023



Chinese freighter stuck in buoy chain in port harbor, Japan
Chinese general cargo ship RUN DONG 2 at around 0600 Tokyo time Apr 18 struck red navigational buoy No.2 at Noshiro harbor, northwest Honshu, while maneuvering to berth. Ship’s propeller got entangled in buoy chain, and as of 1440 Tokyo time, the ship was still stuck in harbor with tug and patrol ship nearby,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:19-Apr-2023


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