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India, Oman coast guards to jointly address maritime challenges
India and Oman on Tuesday expressed their commitment to enhancing mutual cooperation in addressing maritime challenges, thereby strengthening the maritime safety and security framework in the region. The fifth Annual High-Level Meeting between the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) and the Royal Oman Police Coast Guard (ROPCG) took place today in New Delhi,.. -The Statesman

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Unfair treatment of seafarers growing -IMO secretary general
IMO secretary general Arsenio Dominguez called for the release of the crews of Galaxy Leader and MSC Aries in his opening remarks to the IMO Legal Committee meeting. Dominguez said there was a particularly worrying geopolitical context in which recent distressing events have taken place, and that safety and wellbeing of seafarers must remain of utmost importance... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Creating an attractive working environment
The maritime sector is evolving, creating opportunities for the younger generation to actively participate and fostering an environment that champions diversity, equality, and inclusiveness. During the last CAREER4SEA Forum, speakers of a dedicated panel discussed how the industry can meet the expectations of the young generations to attract, retain, and develop future crews... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Maritime recruitment trends and strategies for success
Mark Charman, CEO and founder of Faststream Recruitment, provides Splash readers with an abridged version of a speech he gave in Singapore last week. The maritime landscape is undergoing profound transformations, driven by technological advancements, shifting workforce dynamics, and evolving industry demands... -Splash 247

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Wallem Casts Wider Talent Net For Shipping’s Next Generation
Shipping must look beyond traditional approaches to attract talent as its business model changes and digitalization accelerates, says Wallem. Shipping’s shift into digitalization concerns more than simply implementing newer and fancier technologies: it is also about reskilling the current workforce and attracting new talent,.. -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Nigerian Seafarers Among the Highest Paid, says MWUN
The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) revealed that Nigerian seafarers are now among the highest paid globally, thanks to the Maritime Affiliate Support (MAS) project by the International Transport Federation (ITF). The project has led to increased membership, ITF agreements, and accreditation of certificates for Nigerian seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



DGS issue advisory to ensure safety of Indian seafarers operating near Iran, Israel
The advisory has been issued considering the security risks and potential hazards associated with operating in the vicinity of Iran and Israel. Concerned over the maritime security in the Iran and Israel region, the Director General of Shipping has issued an urgent advisory for Indian recruiting agencies or companies and Indian seafarers... -BusinessLine

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Why scrubbers are an important transitional tool in maritime decarbonisation
Scrubber proponent Nick Confuorto looks at the ‘HFO + scrubber’ equation, CO2 capture and sequestration, black carbon and fine particulate reduction. Scrubbers have an important role to play in the ‘transition’ period – reaping benefits for shipowners... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Dubai Maritime Authority partners with RTA to enhance maritime services
The partnership between Dubai Maritime Authority and RTA aims to enhance marine transport services, streamline licensing processes, and promote sustainable maritime practices. Through strategic alliances and regulatory measures, DMA is committed to nurturing a safe and conducive marine environment that supports Dubai's economic growth... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Kongsberg’s Hugin Endurance AUV Completes Testing and Sea Trials
Factory testing for the Norwegian-developed long-endurance AUV, the Hugin Endurance, has been successfully concluded. The AUV, produced by Kongsberg Discovery, has attracted interest from the defense and commercial sectors due to its ability to accommodate various payloads for tasks such as seabed mapping, oceanography, and surveillance... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Baltimore Sues Dali Ship Owner and Manager Over Key Bridge Collapse
The City of Baltimore has taken legal action against the owners and managers of the cargo ship Dali, which crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26, leading to its collapse and the death of six construction workers. The lawsuit alleges that the Dali’s owners were negligent in allowing the ship to depart from the Port of Baltimore despite being aware of existing power issues... -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Progress Made in Clearing Baltimore’s Blocked Channel
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has announced significant progress in clearing a major obstruction in the Port of Baltimore which will allow part of main federal channel to be open to larger commercial vessels, including those trapped behind the fallen bridge... -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Vessel Flooded Due to Obstructed Check Valve, Says NTSB
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) says that an obstructed check valve on a bilge pump was the root cause behind the flooding and partial sinking of the towing vessel, Joanne Marie, last year. The vessel was moored and deactivated at a shipyard on the Harvey Canal near New Orleans when the incident occurred... -gCaptain

Posted On:24-Apr-2024



Malta: IMO Maritime Law Institute Marks 35 Years of Training Triumph
The IMO International Maritime Law Institute (IMO-IMLI) celebrated its 35th anniversary with testimonies from alumni and discussions about how to shape its future. IMO-IMLI was founded in 1988 in Malta, and began its first programme in 1989. Its aim is to strengthen the capacity and expertise of Member States in all aspects of international maritime law... -Mirage News

Posted On:24-Apr-2024


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