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India and Russia work on operationalizing Chennai-Vladivostok maritime route.
India and Russia are working towards making the Chennai – Vladivostok maritime route operational, with a stakeholder meeting scheduled for September. The route, which passes through the Sea of Japan, the South China Sea, and the Malacca Strait, is expected to reduce transport time to 12 days... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Maritime Summit in Manila Addresses Seafarers Shortage and Embraces Future Technology
Stakeholders from the maritime industry recently gathered in Manila to address the critical shortage of personnel in the shipping sector. This pressing issue has raised concerns about the future of the industry. In conjunction with the event, ITF and WMU released a comprehensive report... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



The World’s First 32m Parallel Hybrid Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) Delivered
The first 32m parallel hybrid crew transfer vessel (CTV) designed by Incat Crowther for Emden-based company EMS Maritime Offshore (EMO) has been delivered and is now serving the German offshore wind industry. WINDEA ONE can operate in electric-only mode for up to six hours... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Doumbia-Henry runs for IMO position, advocates for seafarers
CLEOPATRA Doumbia-Henry, outgoing president of the World Maritime University (WMU) in Malmo, Sweden, vowed to protect seafarers' jobs, rights and welfare should she be elected as the next secretary-general of the International Maritime Organization... -The Manila Times

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Maersk’s groundbreaking methanol-powered vessel sets sail on sea trials
This week marks a significant milestone for Maersk as its first methanol-powered container vessel undergoes crucial sea trials. The rigorous testing phase will be taking place off the picturesque Korean coast, near Ulsan. The 2,100 TEU container vessel is being built by South Korea’s Hyundai Mipo Dockyard... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Bulk carrier boarded, robbed by armed bandits, Conakry
Bulk carrier NYON was boarded by 4 armed persons early in the morning Jun 22, at Conakry Anchorage. Robbers broke in superstructure, and then broke safe, taking all money with them. After committing robbery, they fled the ship, it was a pure case of robbery. Several crew reportedly sustained slight injures... -FleetMon

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Study Reveals Safety Measures Needed for Green Ammonia as Marine Fuel
Lloyd’s Register (LR) and the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping have jointly released a highly-anticipated study that outlines the safety measures needed to deploy green ammonia as an alternative fuel. According to the report, significant reengineering and safety research are necessary... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Multiple Agencies to Simulate Cruise Ship Disaster for Drill
A combination of federal, state, and local agencies will conduct an emergency drill in Charleston Harbor on Wednesday, June 28, 2023. The drill will simulate a mass casualty event involving a cruise ship, as if the ship were struck by another vessel in the harbor. Emergency operations will occur in the water as well as at the port and in the downtown area... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Woman Found Alive and Well After Falling Into Water From 10th Deck of Cruise Ship, Coast Guard Investigating
An American woman who reportedly fell from the 10th deck of a cruise ship was found alive after treading water in the Caribbean Sea for nearly an hour. According to WOFL-TV, citing cruise ship passengers aboard the Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas, the unidentified woman was rescued southeast of the Dominican Republic Sunday afternoon... -The Messenger

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Panama Canal postpones draught restrictions as rains arrive
The Panama Canal will postpone further draught restrictions in the Neo-panamax locks since recent rainfall has alleviated the level of lakes feeding the waterway. A prolonged drought had seen the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) set out an increasingly severe phased draught reductions and warned that it could reduce the number of vessels allowed to transit the canal daily... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Marine engine design and the future fuels challenge
Any discussion of developments in marine engine design must start with fuels — notably future fuels because any ship ordered today will have an expected operating life of around 20 to 25 years with carbon-reduction requirements ramping up throughout those years... -Marine Log

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



VIKAND and SeaTec Partner to Reduce Fuel Emissions and Improve Air Quality in Maritime Industry
Global healthcare specialist VIKAND has announced a partnership with SeaTec, an independent maritime technical service provider, to assist ship operators in reducing fuel emissions and energy consumption. The aim is to meet industry environmental standards and improve air quality onboard... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Without sound, there would be no life in the ocean
In an effort to save our marine ecosystems, can we replace our noisy offshore technologies with quieter alternatives? Mounting evidence suggests that human-generated underwater noise, stemming from maritime transport, offshore industries, military technologies, and other sources, poses a significant threat to marine biodiversity... -euronews.com

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Eco Marine Power unveils new sail device for ships
Japanese company Eco Marine Power has unveiled a new sail device that can be used as a modification for rigid sails or used as a stand-alone energy-saving device. As disclosed, this sail device known as a Sailet(patent pending) can increase the propulsive forces created by EMP’s patented EnergySail... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Wärtsilä and Stena Line Partner for Ship Retrofit to Achieve Decarbonization Goals
Wärtsilä has announced plans to retrofit several ships operated by Stena Line, a leading ferry operator, with methanol fuel systems by 2025. The retrofit will involve modifications to fuel delivery systems, engines, and onboard systems. Both Wärtsilä and Stena Line expressed their commitment to decarbonizing operations and the potential of methanol as a viable alternative fuel... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Crew member exposes ‘worst behaviour’ they ever saw from a cruise passenger
A crew member has exposed the "worst behaviour" they ever saw from a cruise passenger. They said the passenger was "completely unable to be compassionate". The world’s biggest cruise ships can carry thousands of passengers. While most cruise guests are there to relax, unfortunately there might be a few bad eggs onboard... -Express

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



​ Disabled reefer threatened Zhoushan Juntang Bridge
Reefer VICTORY suffered engine failure shortly after unmooring at Zhoushan-Ningbo, China, and started to drift towards Jintang Bridge, at around 1600 LT Jun 25. The ship was requested by Traffic Control Center to drop anchor, shortly after tugs approached her, and towed her to a safe anchorage... -FleetMon

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



General cargo ship contacted anchored tanker, Japan
General cargo ship A COOP NO.7 contacted anchored tanker KIRISHIMA MARU NO.11 at around 0150 Tokyo time Jun 27, at Kashima Port anchorage, Ibaraki Prefecture, eastern Honshu, Japan. Both ships sustained damages: KIRISHIMA MARU NO.11 stern portside was breached,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:28-Jun-2023



Fire in cargo holds of freighter at Lorien, France
General cargo ship LOTTA arrived at Lorien France on Jun 27 with cargo of sunflower cake from Riga, Latvia. When holds were open in the morning Jun 27, smoke coming out from cargo was spotted. A lot of firefighters and engines were deployed, and as of evening Jun 27, firefighting reportedly, still continues... -FleetMon

Posted On:28-Jun-2023


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