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Ship It Zero urges shipping companies to break up with fossil fuels
The Ship It Zero coalition has urged shipping companies to cancel all new fossil fuel newbuilds in their orderbooks and invest only in zero-emission technologies and fuels for their future global fleets. On 23 May, the climate and public health campaign that seeks to move the world’s largest retail companies to 100% zero-emission ocean shipping, sent an open letter to chief executive officers (CEOs) of five large ocean carriers... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:27-May-2022



Middle East ports top global efficiency rankings
New research into container port performance last year has thrown into relief recent efficiency gains achieved by Middle East ports, with four facilities in the region positioned in the global top five. Compiled by the World Bank and S&P Global Market Intelligence, the Container Port Performance Index 2021 ranks facilities based on the time vessels needed to spend in port to complete workloads over the course of 2021,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:27-May-2022



Staffing Shortages Limit Carnival, Norwegian Cruise Trips
Cruising, one of the hardest-hit sectors of the travel economy during the pandemic, is set to face tough times again this summer. It’s not just because of continued waves of Covid-19—though as of May 23, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was monitoring outbreaks on 84 of 93 cruise ships in US waters, all with the majority of passengers and crew vaccinated. Instead, difficulty reassembling staff plus inflation and war have knocked the industry off balance... -Bloomberg

Posted On:27-May-2022



ACR, Ocean Signal Develop New EPIRB
ACR Electronics and Ocean Signal announced the development of next generation EPIRBs. Introducing integrated AIS (Automatic Identification System) within their EPIRBs for the first time in conjunction with further new technology, ACR and Ocean Signal will launch the advanced beacons this year ahead of the enforcement of new updated IMO (International Maritime Organization) Maritime Safety Committee EPIRB regulations... -MarineLink

Posted On:27-May-2022



Fleet Safety To Modernize Maritime Distress Communication
As the successor to Inmarsat’s industry-leading maritime safety service, Inmarsat C, Fleet Safety will facilitate a more proactive approach to distress communication based on unparalleled performance, advanced functionality, and an intuitive user interface. Marine safety is part of Inmarsat’s DNA. The company was founded in 1979 by IMO to establish a satellite communications network for protecting the lives of seafarers... -gCaptain

Posted On:27-May-2022



Acting Now on Decarbonising Shipping - Podcast
In this latest In Focus episode of The Maritime Podcast we take a look at practical measures that can be taken to decarbonise shipping operations today. Decarbonising shipping needs to start happening now, however, zero carbon fuels are not available at scale. The move to lower carbon operations has been dominated by LNG dual fuel and in this podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand discusses making this switch with a group of experts... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:27-May-2022



View: India is beefing up its shipping industry to survive and thrive in future storms
The World Trade Organization, in its World Trade Report 2021, has defined "economic resilience" as the ability of a system, including households, firms, and governments, to prevent and prepare for, cope with and recover from, shocks. The said report has also highlighted in detail about the role of international trade with respect to economic resilience... -CNBCTV18

Posted On:27-May-2022



EMSA drones deployed over English Channel to monitor ship emissions
The European Maritime Safety Agency’s (EMSA) remotely piloted aircraft are being used by the French Directorate General of Maritime Affairs, Fisheries and Aquaculture from Cap Gris-Nez on the Pas-de-Calais coast in the north of France to measure sulphur and nitrogen emissions from ships operating in the Emission Control Area (ECA) of the North Sea and English Channel... -Digital Ship

Posted On:27-May-2022



Egypt’s Suez Canal maritime traffic generates $15 million daily
International maritime traffic has hit record high at the Suez Canal in Egypt, generating about $15 million daily for the North African country in recent months. Gorge Safwat, spokesman for the Suez Canal Authority (SCA), disclosed this on Thursday, while hosting 27 top journalists from sub-Saharan Africa at the headquarters of the company in Ismailia District, northeast of Cairo... Peoples Gazette

Posted On:27-May-2022



Autonomous Marine Vehicles Global Market Report 2022
Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Autonomous Marine Vehicles Global Market Report 2022" - 26 million in 2021 to $2,298.08 million in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.2%. The market is expected to grow to $4,147.97 million in 2026 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.9%. The autonomous marine vehicles market consists of sales of autonomous marine vehicles... -Yahoo Finance

Posted On:27-May-2022



P&O Ferries boss ’incredibly sorry’ for impact of sackings
The boss of P&O Ferries has said he is "incredibly sorry" for the impact felt by hundreds of staff who were recently sacked by the company without notice. But Peter Hebblethwaite insisted the decision was "the route we only deemed possible". P&O Ferries sacked almost 800 seafarers in March and replaced them with foreign agency workers paid less than the minimum wage... -Yahoo News Australia

Posted On:27-May-2022



NZ government funding to revitalise Kiwi coastal shipping
THE New Zealand government has committed NZ$30 million to boost the country’s coastal shipping capacity. The government said the funds would “improve domestic shipping services, reduce emissions, improve efficiency and upgrade maritime infrastructure”. NZ transport minister Michael Wood said the country is a step closer to a more resilient, competitive, and sustainable coastal shipping sector... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:27-May-2022



P&O: Third Channel ferry cleared to resume sailing by inspectors
A third P&O ferry on the English Channel route has been given safety clearance to resume sailing. The Pride of Canterbury can now join the Pride of Kent and the Spirit of Britain, after being cleared by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA). Safety fears were raised after P&O replaced nearly 800 seafarers with cheaper agency staff in March. P&O has yet to confirm when the Pride of Canterbury will be returning to service... -BBC

Posted On:27-May-2022



Dubai: Mystery of UK sailor who vanished 10 years ago remains unsolved, mother seeks closure
On Friday, 10 years would have passed since the disappearance of Timmy MacColl, but there are still no answers to what happened to him. On May 27, 2012, the 27-year-old British sailor stepped out of a café in Dubai and took a cab for Port Rashid where his warship HMS Westminster was docked. He was never seen again... -Khaleej Times

Posted On:27-May-2022



CARNIVAL cruise ship funnel fire, Grand Turk
Cruise ship CARNIVAL FREEDOM suffered funnel fire early in the morning May 26 while being berthed at Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos, Caribbean. Nobody was injured though as a precaution, passengers were mustered at safety stations and had to put on life jackets. Crew extinguished fire by own means in less than an hour, according to Carnival Corp... -Fleetmon

Posted On:27-May-2022



Container barge heavy list, 12 containers lost, Singapore Strait
Container barge on tow of tug MEGA DAYA 43 suffered containers shift in Singapore Strait off Karimun, Riau Archipelago, Indonesia, early in the morning, and developed heavy list. Some 12 containers were lost overboard. SAR team was deployed, barge reportedly, was stabilized... -Fleetmon

Posted On:27-May-2022


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