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IMO’s MSC Addressing Maritime Safety Challenges
The 108th session of the IMO’s MSC began in London, with discussions addressing a wide range of crucial maritime safety issues. These include enhancing maritime security in areas such as the Red Sea region plagued by ship attacks, navigating the era of autonomous shipping, and developing a green shipping strategy to combat climate change... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



India Urges Iran to Release 40 Detained Indian Seafarers
India has requested Iran to release around 40 Indian seafarers who were detained from four different merchant ships seized by Iran over the past eight months on various charges. Ports, Shipping and Waterways Minister Sarbananda Sonowal made this request during a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian in Tehran on Monday... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Dali ship crew trapped for seven weeks following bridge collapse
A crew of six seafarers found themselves trapped on a Baltimore ship for seven weeks following a bridge collapse, leaving them unable to access the shore or receive assistance. The collapse had cut off access to the vessel, preventing the crew from disembarking or being relieved by new crew members... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Filipino Seafarers’ STCW Certificates Recognized by Norway
The maritime authorities of the Philippines and Norway have signed an agreement to recognize Filipino STCW certificates. The deal was signed by Maritime Industry Authority administrator Sonia Malaluan and Norwegian Maritime Authority director general of shipping and navigation Alf Tore Sorheim at the Norwegian Embassy in Manila on 13 May... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



ABS, HD KSOE, and HD HHI Partner on MVDC Power Systems for Ships
ABS, HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co (HD KSOE) and HD Hyundai Heavy Industries (HD HHI) have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on the technical feasibility for medium-voltage direct current (MVDC) power systems on ships. This partnership aims to advance clean energy options for the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Seafarers’ Ongoing Struggle with Corruption at Ports
MACN, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network, is shedding light on the prevalence of corruption faced by seafarers in ports worldwide. The organization, founded by maritime companies 11 years ago, has grown to over 200 members globally and aims to eliminate all forms of maritime corruption. In an interview with the BBC, MACN discussed the challenges faced by crewmembers,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Houthis Claim Attack on US Warship and Bulker Amidst UN Talks
Houthi spokesperson Yahya Saree recently reported two incidents, including an attack on the USS Mason, a U.S. warship involved in taking down Houthi attacks. U.S. and EU efforts against the Houthis may be affecting their capabilities and weapons stockpile. The U.S. Central Command confirmed the Mason’s involvement in intercepting anti-ship missiles and drones launched by the Houthis... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Shell Prioritizes LNG Over Bio-Methanol for Marine Fuel Decarbonization
Energy major Shell has decided not to push for bio-methanol as a marine fuel, opting instead for LNG as the best decarbonization option. Their modeling indicates that LNG and bio-LNG are the most cost-effective choices for energy density and carbon reduction in the industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Unlocking Kenya’s Marine Sector Potential: Challenges and Opportunities for Growth
A lack of industrial fish landing port with cold storage, processing, and canning facilities is hindering Kenya's marine sector. The country only utilizes 8% of its marine fisheries potential, landing 24,580 metric tonnes annually valued at Sh5 billion. Efforts are being made to maximize profits and create more jobs in the industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Pirates That Approached Tanker Handed Over for Prosecution in Seychelles
Operation Atalanta, the EU effort to provide maritime security off the coast of Somalia and deter piracy, handed over the suspects from the latest attack on a merchant ship for prosecution in the Seychelles. Since its inception in 2008, EUNAVFOR Atalanta reports it has transferred 177 suspected pirates to the competent authorities, of which 145 have been convicted... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-May-2024



Warsash Maritime School Women advocate for sea safety
Women at Warsash Maritime School, part of Solent University, are shaping the future of seafaring talent and championing safety at sea; this aligns with the focus of this year’s International Day of Women in Maritime. Women Shaping the Future of Maritime Safety emphasises the vital role women play in enhancing safety standards within the maritime industry,.. -Yachting Pages

Posted On:16-May-2024



SM Line and HMM announce new cooperation in response to changing alliances
SM Line and HMM have announced a strategic partnership to share slots on each other's Asia-US West Coast services. HMM will join SM Line's CPX service, while SM Line gains access to HMM's PSX service. This collaboration comes amidst changes in container shipping alliances, emphasizing the importance of strategic partnerships in the industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Decommissioned Tanker Catches Fire Anchored off Trinidad
Port officials are calling it an accident after a decommissioned oil tanker caught fire anchored at the Port of Port of Spain, Trinidad, on Tuesday, May 14. There were no reports of injuries or oil pollution, but the smokey fire drew wide attention. The fire alarm was sounded shortly before 9:00 a.m. local time and the Coast Guard, Port Authority, and Fire Department all responded to the blaze... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-May-2024



Two parties join forces to drive maritime gender diversity and inclusion
Ocean Technologies Group (OTG) has signed an agreement with WISTA International to provide WISTA members with a suite of OTG e-learning resources, empowering them to advance their maritime careers and contribute to a more diverse and inclusive industry... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:16-May-2024



Marine Tech Conference Addresses Industry Recruitment Challenges & Advancements
This metadata-rich content describes a marine tech conference drawing hundreds of attendees, highlighting industry recruitment challenges. The article covers the event in St. John's, offering insights into the marine technology sector and its appeal to students. NTV's Bailey Howard reports on the conference's significance amidst recruitment hurdles... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024



Pollution Reports Following Barge Collision with Bridge in Galveston, Texas
A barge strike on Galveston Island's Pelican Island Bridge led to the closure of the Gulf Intercoastal Waterway due to reports of pollution. The U.S. Coast Guard and several state and local agencies are responding to the incident, investigating the collision between a Martin Petroleum vessel and the Sea Wolf Parkway Bridge... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2024


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