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Panama Canal Beats Deadline for Increasing Maximum Draft Limit
The Panama Canal Authority has increased the maximum draft of the Neopanamax locks to 45 feet, nearing the normal limit of 50 feet due to the rainy season. The move precedes adding an extra transit, boosting daily transits to 32. The canal is recovering from a year-long drought, with water levels rising above 2023 levels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



New Cadet Apprenticeship Program launched by Carnival Cruise and Mexican Maritime.
Carnival Cruise Line has partnered with the Mexican Maritime and Port University to launch a Cadet Apprenticeship Program, providing aspiring maritime professionals with hands-on training in the cruise industry. This collaboration demonstrates a commitment to nurturing future talent and fostering growth in the maritime sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Stella Maris Urges Action on Seafarer Abandonment Crisis
Stella Maris, the largest ship-visiting charity and official maritime charity of the Catholic Church, appeals for action against the rising cases of seafarers being abandoned worldwide. The alarming increase in abandonment without pay or assistance has led to a humanitarian crisis, urging global unity and enforcement of international laws to protect these neglected crew members... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Panama Canal finishes cleaning up after oil spill from MSC Boxship
The Panama Canal Authority worked to clean up an oil spill in one of the locks near Balboa after the MSC Kataya R. experienced a spill during transit to Ecuador. The vessel, held in the lock chamber during cleanup, was later moved to Panama Anchorage. With plans to increase daily transits and draft levels, the authority aims to ease transit for vessels as water levels improve... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Singapore’s Efforts to Ease Congestion at Containership Terminals
Singapore's Ministry of Transport, Maritime and Port Authority, and PSA are working together to tackle container shipping congestion caused by Red Sea diversions. Linerlytica highlighted port congestion in Asia, with Singapore facing delays of up to seven days and a queue of 450,000 TEU... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Addressing Knowledge Gaps of Seafarers in Handling Low-Carbon Fuels
A shipping expert has raised concerns about a significant knowledge gap among seafarers regarding the handling of potentially hazardous low-carbon fuels. Peter Schellenberger, founder of maritime consultancy Novamaxis, has emphasized the need for training for the 700,000 crew members expected to work with these new bunkers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Maritime Future Shaped by Simulation Advances
Simulation technology in the maritime industry has seen significant advancements, providing immersive, cost-effective, and risk-free learning experiences for training purposes. The development of computer-based simulation technology has revolutionized maritime training, with modern simulators replicating ship handling, navigation, and emergency scenarios with remarkable accuracy... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



World’s First LNG Tug Introduced by Rolls-Royce in Singapore Port
Rolls-Royce has launched the world's first LNG tug, JMS Sunshine, in Singapore's port. Powered by mtu gas engines, the hybrid system marks a significant milestone in the Port of Singapore's commitment to environmental sustainability. Seatrium Limited designed and operates the 29-meter tug, equipped with two mtu Series 4000M55RN gas engines... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Key Trends in Young Maritime Professionals’ Safety Interests
GMF recently shared key insights from its 2023 Future Maritime Leaders essay competition, which attracted 112 entries from 37 countries. The competition highlighted the perspectives of young professionals on transitioning to a sustainable maritime industry. Participants emphasized the importance of integrating economic, social, and environmental factors to ensure a sustainable future. .. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Global Warming Surges as Shipping Emissions Drop
A new study has found a surprising consequence of reduced shipping emissions: a significant increase in global warming. The drop in sulphur dioxide emissions from international shipping, due to new fuel regulations, has led to an unexpected acceleration of global warming by darkening clouds over oceans. Scientists suggest marine cloud brightening as a potential solution... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Norway Launches Largest Renewable Energy Research
VARD, along with 12 research institutes and 50 industrial partners, has received funding from the Research Council of Norway to establish a new research center for renewable energy in the maritime sector, named FME Maritime Energy Transition (FME MarTrans). With a budget of 300 million NOK over eight years, the project aims to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy sources... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024



Abandoned Seafarers Highlight Urgent Issue in Maritime Industry
The satellite image shows the abandoned cargo ship Al-Maha in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, highlighting the issue of crew abandonment by shipowners. More than 2,000 seafarers on 150 ships were reported abandoned in the past year, raising concerns about their welfare and maritime safety. It is crucial for the international community to address this issue... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-May-2024


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