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ICG Signs MoU for Indigenous Marine Grade Steel Procurement
Indian Coast Guard and Jindal Steel & Power signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the supply of indigenous marine grade steel to enhance indigenous content in shipbuilding. This collaboration aims to boost the domestic manufacturing sector and promote self-reliance in defense production... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



Addressing Attacks in the Red Sea and Western Indian Ocean
The Red Sea is plagued by maritime insecurity, as the Houthi militia in Yemen has launched attacks since November 2023. These assaults disrupt global trade routes, impacting African nations the most. To combat this, African countries must enhance security measures, strengthen cooperation, and advocate for maritime security in international forums... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



JICA considers providing funding for Vadhavan Port
Power Finance Corporation Ltd offered to underwrite the Rs 27,283 crore debt for a new port project. JICA India met with officials to discuss funding for the project, expressing interest in the well-structured plan. The port will be developed in two phases under the landlord model, with Vadhavan Port Project Ltd leading the project... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



Stranded Crew Aboard Dali Ship Await Rescue After Bridge Collapse
More than twenty crew members are stranded aboard the cargo ship Dali after it brought down the Francis Scott Key Bridge. The Apostleship of the Sea is providing support, helping them communicate with family and navigate challenges. As controlled explosions clear debris, the crew waits for freedom and normalcy to return... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



Nautilus discusses seafarers support at UK Parliament seminar
Nautilus International's general secretary, Mark Dickinson, attended a seminar in the UK Parliament with the RMT and Labour Party members to discuss a mandatory seafarers charter and Labour's 'New Deal for Working People'. The event aimed to prevent a repeat of P&O Ferries' mass-sacking and address issues in the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



IMO Plans Events for International Womenís Day.
he International Maritime Organization (IMO) will be celebrating the crucial role that women play in ensuring maritime safety on International Day for Women in Maritime, observed annually on May 18. The event aims to promote the recruitment, retention, and empowerment of women in the maritime sector, as well as creating a barrier-free work environment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



UAE and Jordan collaborate to improve recognition of seafarersí certificates of competence
The UAE's Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure and Jordan's Ministry of Transport signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance cooperation and knowledge exchange in the maritime sector. This partnership aims to advance maritime education, training, and sustainable development, reflecting a commitment to international standards for seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



New maritime community to work on reducing GHG emissions from RoRo ships
The Global RoRo Community, which aims to standardize the calculation of GHG emissions from roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) vessels such as car carriers, was established during Smart Freight Week in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. SFC hosted the official Global RoRo Community kick-off meeting during its annual flagship event, Smart Freight Week... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:9-May-2024



Insurance companies reject Chevronís lawsuit over Iranís oil seizure in Gulf of Oman
Three insurance companies reject Chevron's lawsuit over Iran seizing an oil shipment. The tanker was boarded by the Iranian military in the Gulf of Oman, resulting in the confiscation of the crude oil. Chevron's $57 million lawsuit was dismissed by Zurich American Insurance, Liberty Mutual Insurance, and Great American Insurance... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



The massive Johan Castberg FPSO is getting ready to sail
The Johan Castberg oil field exploration ship is preparing to set sail for the Barents Sea, marking a significant step in Norway's oil extraction efforts in the Arctic. Equinor CEO, Anders Opedal, views this development as a gateway to new oil discoveries and increased production capacity. Despite criticism, Norway remains committed to expanding its energy resources from the Arctic region... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



Seafarers Admit to Pollution Offences on Greek Tanker in US
Two seafarers face potential jail time in the US for admitting to pollution offenses on a Greek tanker. The chief engineer of Avin International's MR Kriti Ruby pleaded guilty to charges of discharging oily waste near a petroleum terminal in New Jersey. Konstantinos Atsalis and Sonny Bosito also admitted to falsifying records to conceal pollution... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024



Ship operators launch seafarer DEIB benchmarking to improve workplace culture at sea
Leading ship operators Anglo-Eastern Ship Management, Ardmore Shipping and Dorian LPG have signed on as founding members of Diversity Study Groupís (DSG) newly launched Seafarer Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) Data-gathering and Benchmarking initiative... -Sea News

Posted On:9-May-2024



MHSS voices concern over Indian seafarers' welfare
Mental Health Support Solutions (MHSS) is deeply concerned as levels of loneliness and isolation experienced by Indian seafarers are becoming more apparent, particularly on vessels where cultural differences have not been adequately addressed... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:9-May-2024



Chinese Bulker Catches Fire and Drifts Aground in Indonesia
A Chinese-owned bulker has drifted aground off the coast of Sulawesi, Indonesia after losing power in a fire. Local police and authorities have responded to the scene and have taken measures to deter looters. On April 28, the Tanzanian-flagged coastal bulker Da Hao was under way in the Banda Sea. A fire broke out on board, disabling the main engine... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:9-May-2024



Bulk Carrier Engine Failure Halts Maritime Traffic In Turkey's Bosphorus Strait
In a recent occurrence, maritime traffic stopped in Turkeyís crucial Bosphorus Strait on May 7, 2024, due to an engine failure issue involving a bulk carrier at the straitís southern end, according to shipping agent Tribeca. Tribeca reported that the Liberian-flagged bulk carrier Alexis sustained an engine breakdown at 5 a.m. (0200 GMT)... -Marine Insight

Posted On:9-May-2024



Crew Member Arrested for Assaulting Passenger and Fellow Crew Member
A crew member on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship attacked multiple individuals, including security crew members, a nurse, and a female passenger. The incident involved a new crew member from South Africa, Ntando Sogoni, who displayed erratic behavior. Despite the incident, the ship's security protocols and surveillance systems ensured the safety of all onboard... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-May-2024


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