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Hapag-Lloyd container ship hit by positive tests, stuck in Durban
Hapag-Lloyd on May 20 issued a press-release with details on virus related incident, involving container ship MONTPELLIER:
Middle East India Africa Express (MIAX) service - MV "Montpellier" voyage 2017w - COVID-19 Incident
We regret to inform you that during normal operations our MV "Montpellier" voyage 2017w, deployed in our Middle East India Africa Express (MIAX) service, two members of the crew tested positive for COVID-19 in Durban, South Africa.
Tanker contacted embankment, damaged, Volga river
Tanker ALEKSANDR SHEMAGIN went out of control and struck Canal embankment at Balakovo, Saratov Region, river Volga, Russia, in the evening May 20. Tanker was sailing upstream, en route from Rostov-on-Don to Syzran, Volga, probably in ballast. According to witnesses reports, tanker contacted embankment two times, watch video.
Nigerian Naval Special Forces storm hijacked Chinese vessel, rescue 18 foreign crew members - Vanguard
The Defence headquarters on Thursday disclosed that Gallant Special Boat Service Forces of the Nigerian Navy, deployed by the Nigerian Navy Ship, Nguru , on 15 May 2020, stormed a Chinese Vessel, MV Hailufang II which was earlier hijacked by pirates off the coast of Cote D Ivoire and rescued all the 18 crew members.
Spain: Livestock carrier arrested, drug search under way - Maritime Bulletin
Livestock carrier NEAMEH early in the morning May 21 was intercepted while transiting Gibraltar, and taken to Algeciras Spain, on a suspicion of drug trafficking. The ship with cattle shipment is en route from Cartagena Colombia to Damietta Egypt. She was berthed, search is under way, nothing found so far. Hopefully, nothing finally, will be found, and the ship will be cleared to continue voyage. The reasons to suspect ship in drug trafficking, which led to her seizure, aren t disclosed.
Research: Maritime connectivity faces Covid-19 setback ' - Advanced Television
In its latest research, Euroconsult projects that the previously growing maritime connectivity market will experience a significant setback due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Maritime VSAT connectivity reached an all-time high of 28,200 connected vessels at the end of 2019 but because of the current health crisis, the previous projection of 49,300 terminals by 2023 has been reduced to 40,600 units.
India: Sagarmala is passe; Government begins work on new maritime vision - BusinessLine
The Shipping Ministry has started the work related to drafting a new blueprint for India’s maritime sector for the next decade. This comes after the coronavirus pandemic decimated the previously laid down assumptions and projections on trade that formed the basis for Sagarmala, the flagship maritime programme of the Narendra Modi-led government.
Hundreds of cruise ships remain stranded due to COVID-19 - ABC News
Around the world, hundreds of cruise ships remain stranded because of border closures and no-sail orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
They ve been emptied of paying passengers, but an estimated 100,000 crew remain trapped at sea, with reports of hungers strikes and some deaths - prompting concerns for their wellbeing.
In US waters alone, it s estimated there are more than 54,000 workers on board 85 cruise ships.
Indonesian crew of German cruise ships return home in Bali on a TUIfly Belgium flight from Hamburg - Aviation24.be
A total of 242 Indonesian crew members of the Mein Schiff 3, Mein Schiff 4, Mein Schiff 5, and Mein Schiff 6 cruise ships left for the Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, on Wednesday. They landed at the resort island on Thursday at 14:07 local time, the embassy revealed in a press statement.
"This is the last repatriation. Alhamdulillah (Thank God), all of them have tested negative for COVID-19," Indonesian Ambassador to Germany, Arif Havas Oegroseno, said.
India: All 416 seafarers arrived at Goa test negative for COVID-19 - Oherald
All 416 seafarers who arrived on chartered planes on Wednesday have tested negative even as two more positive cases were found of train passengers taking the tally of active cases to 45.
Health Secretary Nila Mohanan said that the two positive cases were of a couple who came from Mumbai by train.
"No seafarer who arrived from Italy yesterday has tested positive as mentioned by some media," she said. She added, "TrueNAT screening of one seafarer was positive initially but the confirmatory tests twice were negative."
Australia: Cruise ship prohibition extended - Mirage News
The current restriction on cruise ships entering Australian waters has been extended for a further three months until 17 September 2020.
Any cruise ship capable of carrying more than 100 passengers is prohibited from operating cruises in Australia.
On 15 May 2020, the Governor-General has extended the human biosecurity emergency period for an additional three months, from 17 June to 17 September 2020.
USA: Cruise ship crew members disembarking in San Diego to fly to Barbados - The San Diego Union-Tribune
The Celebrity Millennium and Eclipse cruise ships, which have been in San Diego since late March, were to disembark more than 340 crew members Wednesday so that they can take private chartered flights to the Caribbean as part of an effort to return them to their homes.
While the two ocean liners departed San Diego nearly two weeks ago for Puerto Vallarta where they had planned to disembark some crew members, that never happened and the ships have since returned, according to the Port of San Diego.