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Australia and SE Asia Collaborate on Maritime Decarbonisation
The Assistant Minister for Trade recently led the first Australia Southeast Asia Business Exchange mission to Singapore and Malaysia. Austrade organized a program that gave Australian delegates valuable insights into innovative practices and emerging opportunities in the maritime industry. Support from large corporates provided access and insights that benefited the whole delegation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



Significant Progress in Reducing Methane Emissions
Researchers are making strides in reducing methane slip emissions in the maritime industry. The Methane Abatement in Maritime Innovation Initiative (MAMII) announced promising results from technology feasibility studies by four companies. These studies showed strong potential to cut methane emissions and convert methane into alternatives for economic efficiency... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



UKMTO informed of maritime incident near Aden in Yemen
The UKMTO reported an incident 82 nautical miles south of Yemen's Aden, where Houthi militia, aligned with Iran, have been attacking ships in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza. Authorities are investigating the incident, as the militants continue launching drone and missile strikes in the region, impacting shipping routes and raising fears of further conflict... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



Royal Caribbean Group to Recruit Thousands of Workers
Cruise operator Royal Caribbean Group is seeking to hire thousands of workers to keep up with the record demand for cruises worldwide. Bookings hit a new high in 2023, prompting the company to increase its workforce. With plans to hire over 10,000 employees and commission new ships, their growth strategy is in full swing... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



Brazilian grain port ravaged by floods
Severe flooding disrupts road and rail links to a major grain port in southern Brazil, increasing freight costs. Grain arrivals in Rio Grande drop due to heavy rains. Despite normal port operations, water levels rise, affecting shipping. Rio Grande is a key port for soybean and soybean meal exports in Brazil... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



Intertanko Survey Highlights Seafarer Satisfaction and Concerns
Tanker owners' association Intertanko conducted a survey with over 5,400 seafarers, revealing high satisfaction levels with their careers. Workload was a major concern, with Filipinos most likely to feel overwhelmed. Female officers reported gender-based misconduct. Many seafarers aim to transition to shore-based roles due to family reasons and workload... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



Dali crew to remain on board for controlled demolition to clear fallen bridge from ship’s deck
The crew of the Dali will stay on board the grounded ship as demolition crews work to break down the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The ship has been stuck since crashing into the bridge on March 26, closing Baltimore's port. Explosives will be used to remove the steel span from the ship's bow... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



Dubai-based Ship Management Company Faces Criticism for Seafarer Abandonment
In a shocking revelation, Dubai-based ship management company Middle East Marine LLC faces scrutiny for the worst case of serial seafarer abandonment. Over 100 seafarers endured abuse and neglect, prompting urgent calls for action. Despite violations, authorities have been notably absent, compounding the suffering of exploited seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



P&O Ferries CEO acknowledges inability to survive on low seafarers’ wages
P&O FERRIES CEO Peter Hebblethwaite faced backlash for admitting workers were paid under £5 an hour. The TUC criticized his lack of remorse for illegal sackings and poverty pay. Despite earning £508,000, Hebblethwaite defended the low wages, sparking calls for a New Deal for Working People to protect seafarers from exploitation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



How the IMO is uniting the industry for safer shipping
Hiroyuki Yamada of the International Maritime Organization gives Rebecca Gibson an insight into the organisation’s critical role in protecting ships, seafarers and passengers at sea. Safety has been at the forefront of IMO activities since it was founded in 1948. In 2024, the organisation will mark 50 years since the adoption of the current SOLAS Convention,.. -Cruise and Ferry

Posted On:8-May-2024



Two Engineers Face Up to Six Years in Jail After MARPOL Guilty Pleas
A chief engineer and a second engineer both working aboard a Greek-owned and registered product tanker pleaded guilty today, May 7, to a series of MARPOL violations while their vessel was near a petroleum terminal located in Sewaren, New Jersey. Sentencing for the two engineers is scheduled for October with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Jersey... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:8-May-2024



Houthis Launch New Round of Attacks on Merchant Ships
The Houthi rebels in Yemen conducted a new series of launches according to reports from the military forces in the Red Sea. The latest action appeared to come hours after the news of Israel’s actions around the southern Gaza city of Rahaf and following the threats by the Houthi to expand their attacks on commercial shipping in response to such an action... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:8-May-2024



Three Crew Members Killed in Muara Baru as Ships Catch Fire
Three crew members tragically died in a boat fire at Muara Baru Penjaringan pier in North Jakarta. The victims, including the ship's mechanic and freezer mechanic, were unable to save themselves. The fire was believed to have started from an explosion in the ship's freezer during fish loading and unloading... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024



Ship grounding halts maritime traffic in Istanbul.
A Liberian-flagged bulk carrier, "Alexis," ran aground near Haydarpaşa pier, suspending maritime traffic on the Bosporus. The 229-meter-long vessel experienced engine failure, prompting a rescue operation with fast evacuation boats and divers. The incident highlights the busy nature of the Bosporus, where malfunctions and collisions are not uncommon... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:8-May-2024


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