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Leading on seafarer mental health and wellbeing
The Greek shipping community continues to prioritise seafarer mental health and physical wellbeing through partnerships and action. Seafaring is an ever-evolving career, bringing multiple challenges and rewards as vessels and crews move around the world. As technology develops and the operational realities of the maritime industry change,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:29-May-2024



Marcos urged to reinstate ambulance chasing in Magna Carta for seafarers
ICS and the International Maritime Employers’ Council (IMEC) asked President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to again include Section 59 on ambulance chasing in the Magna Carta for Filipino Seafarers Law. “Ambulance chasing” refers to lawyers who reportedly persuade seafarers or workers injured on the job to seek monetary damages from their employers... -Philstar.com

Posted On:29-May-2024



Greek Shipowners Face Rising Costs Under EU Emissions Trading Scheme
Just ahead of the Posidonia trade show in Athens, OceanScore released calculations showing the EU emissions trading scheme's potential impact on Greek shipowners. With compliance costs projected to reach over $1 billion by 2026, Greek owners are urged to take action now to mitigate financial risk and ensure compliance with the regulation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



Ocean-Inspired Carbon Capture Technology for Shipping Industry
The ocean's natural carbon capture system is struggling to keep up with human-generated emissions, especially from the global shipping industry. Researchers at USC and Caltech, in collaboration with startup Calcarea, have developed Ripple 1 and Ripple 2 technologies to capture carbon directly from diesel-powered vessels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



Ships Return to Port after Cyclone Remal
Before the cyclone hit the port area, 19 ships were unloading cargo but were forced back to sea due to severe weather conditions. Port pilots are gradually bringing them back. 49 cargo vessels at sea had unloading operations suspended at the outer anchorage, but container delivery has resumed from the port premises... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



Ships divert from Red Sea as Singapore Port congestion worsens.
Major carriers are facing challenges due to Red Sea diversions, leading to port congestion warnings. Linerlytica's report highlights disruptions in transit times for vessels traveling from Asia to Europe. Southeast Asia and North-Eastern Asia are identified as bottleneck areas, with Singapore experiencing significant backlogs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



SITA Unveils SmartSea Technology for Maritime Operations
SITA, a leader in air transport technology, has introduced SmartSea in partnership with Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM). This innovative technology aims to revolutionize maritime operations by combining expertise from both aviation and maritime sectors. SmartSea is designed to enhance efficiency and effectiveness in maritime operations,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



Great Britain’s Coastline Filled with Idle Tankers
Three tankers loaded with North Sea Forties crude have been drifting off the European coast for over two weeks without being unloaded, signaling a slowdown in demand from refineries in Europe and Asia. The oversupply of oil in the European market has led to a drop in prices, with Forties selling at a significant discount compared to Brent... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



Crew of Dali Cargo Ship Stuck For 60 Days, Concern Grows
Since the collapse of the Key Bridge over 60 days ago, the 21-member crew of the Dali cargo ship has been stuck onboard with no clear timeline for leaving, leading to concern worldwide. The ship has been stationed at Seagirt for a week after spending eight weeks in the Patapsco River. Crew members are without personal phones,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



News Digest 28 May 2024
The News Digest for 28 May 2024 by Crew Mirror highlights key maritime events, technological advancements, and regulatory updates. The edition covers pivotal industry shifts, including new safety protocols, sustainable shipping practices, and impactful policy changes. It also delves into emerging trends in maritime technology, offering insights into innovations that are shaping the future of global shipping... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



SMC launches updated standardized noon reports
The Smart Maritime Council (SMC) has released Version 1.0 of the Standardised Vessel Dataset (SVD) for Noon Reports after a year-long consultation process involving key industry stakeholders like BIMCO and IMO. This updated version includes over 100 common Noon Reporting data fields with standardised IMO Data Numbers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



Cochin Shipyard to Build Hybrid SOVs for North Star
Siemens Gamesa to supply turbine for new hybrid unit at North Star's fleet of renewable vessels. Cochin Shipyard secures contract for service operations vessels on Vard 4 19 design. North Star orders varied design vessels at Cochin Shipyard for EnBW's wind farm off Germany, featuring electric propulsion and motion compensated gangway system... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



Bulk carrier struck by missiles in the Red Sea
A Marshall Islands-flagged bulk carrier off the coast of Yemen was attacked by three missiles, taking on water. The ship, named Lah, sustained damage to its cargo hold, prompting a distress call. The crew is safe as the ship heads to a nearby port for assessment. Houthi attacks in the region have escalated since November... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024



Maritime Terrorism: An Invisible Threat to Seafarers
Seafarers are the unsung heroes of the maritime domain, vital to the global economy yet vulnerable to the threats of maritime terrorism. With the increasing risk of attacks at sea, seafarers must be protected through enhanced security measures and international cooperation. Their safety is paramount in safeguarding global trade and security against the ever-evolving tactics of maritime terrorists... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:29-May-2024


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