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Indian Ports Show Strong Performance in Q1 2024
The first quarter of 2024 saw a significant increase in container movements at Indian ports, with Kattupalli port leading with a 91% yearly growth. Oceanside port productivity improved, with Jawaharlal Nehru Port showing a 36% performance boost. Berth productivity remained stable, with Pipavav port excelling with 125 BPMH... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Product Tanker Robbed by Armed Pirates in Atlantic, Crew Safe
A product tanker was robbed by armed pirates in the middle of the Atlantic, a rare occurrence outside of piracy hot zones. The crew was unharmed as the pirates took money and ship property before fleeing. The incident, 363 nautical miles south-southwest of the Cape Verde islands, is being investigated by officials... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



India’s Shipping Ministry Recognizes Women Seafarers
The Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways (MoPSW) recently recognized 27 women seafarers for their significant contributions to the maritime industry on International Women in Maritime Day. These women, who come from various marine institutes and hold degrees in maritime studies, were honored to promote gender equality and break down barriers in the maritime sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



ITF Highlights Plight of Abandoned Indian Seafarers
The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) reports that Indian seafarers are the most abandoned nationality, with 411 cases recorded so far in 2024. Two vessels in the UAE have all-Indian crew members abandoned in extreme conditions, highlighting the urgent need for attention to the plight of seafarers worldwide... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Dali Cargo Ship Refloated and Towed to Baltimore Harbor
Salvage teams successfully refloated a massive cargo ship in Baltimore after it collided with the Francis Scott Key Bridge, causing the bridge to collapse. Tugboats guided the ship to a local terminal, marking a significant step in the port's recovery. The bridge rebuild is estimated to cost $1.7 billion to $1.9 billion... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Theodosiou Awarded for Advancing Gender Equality
Theodosiou was recently awarded for her significant contributions to advancing gender equality and empowering women in the maritime industry during her time as President of WISTA International. A panel of representatives from various organizations, including WISTA International and the International Chamber of Shipping, selected her for the award, which was endorsed by the IMO Council... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Maritime Industry Australia Honors Teresa Lloyd and Mick Kinley
Maritime Industry Australia Ltd recently honored Teresa Lloyd and Mick Kinley with honorary memberships for their significant contributions to the shipping industry. Both individuals were recognized for their dedication, expertise, and leadership in the maritime sector at the Blueprint for a Maritime Nation Gala Dinner in Brisbane... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Protecting Whales with Cutting-Edge Technology
Whales face a grave threat from ship strikes, causing many deaths annually. FarSounder's 3D Forward Looking Sonar offers a solution to detect and avoid whales, protecting marine life while adhering to regulations. Their technology aims to support whale preservation efforts, crucial for safeguarding these majestic creatures and marine biodiversity... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



India’s MoPSW Aiming for 80% Landlord Model at Major Ports by 2030
The shipping ministry aims to transition to an 80% landlord model by the end of the decade to boost efficiency and cut logistics costs at major ports. Private players will handle operations while port authorities act as regulators and landlords. JNPT has already achieved 100% landlord status, setting a precedent for other ports... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Norwegian transportation company to launch autonomous ferry service
Norwegian transport operator Torghatten and Kongsberg Maritime have partnered to develop a self-driving ferry service on the Flakk-Rørvik route in Trøndelag county. The collaboration will incorporate advanced technologies for auto-docking, collision avoidance, and more to enhance safety and efficiency while reducing fuel consumption... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Inmarsat Maritime Launches NexusWave Connectivity Service for Ships
Inmarsat Maritime, a Viasat company, introduces NexusWave, a fully managed connectivity service providing high-speed services, unlimited data, and global coverage at sea. The unified network integrates multiple high-speed networks for seamless connectivity and enterprise-grade security. Future-proof with integration of next-gen technology, it transforms ships into floating offices and homes... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Luxury cruise ship tragedy: Crew member arrested after baby’s body found
A luxury cruise ship in the Mediterranean Sea was at the center of a criminal investigation after a baby's body was found in a crew cabin. A 28-year-old Filipina crew member was arrested for voluntary manslaughter after neglecting her newborn. The incident has raised concerns about the challenges faced by cruise ship employees... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Female cadets in Columbia making strides in the maritime industry
The maritime industry is experiencing a significant shift towards gender equality, with initiatives like Columbia Group’s female cadet mentoring program leading the way. Despite the progress made, challenges remain in achieving true gender equality in the sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Syrian Crew Presumed Dead in Ukrainian Grain Corridor Ship Collision
Three Syrian crewmembers are thought to have died when their 36-year-old ship collided with another ship and sank along the Ukrainian grain corridor bordering Romania. The Tanzanian-flagged, 1988-built Mohammed Z sank after colliding with the Turkish-owned Michel, prompting a search and rescue operation with one crew member hospitalized... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024



Captain of River Cruise Ship Arrested in Hungary After Deadly Collision
Hungary arrested the captain of a Swiss cruise ship involved in a fatal collision on the Danube, leaving two dead and five missing. The captain, a Czech citizen, faces charges for failing to stop and render aid. The search for the missing continues as investigations unfold... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-May-2024


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