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Growth is the challenge in resurgent OSV market
Offshore support vessel owners are rejuvenated by this year’s market rebound and rising demand for their assets and services. They have seen higher utilisation and requirements for their vessels and rising charter rates. There is enough demand to reactivate vessels from layup and relocate assets to more lucrative markets. But with rising demand comes more challenges for owners to overcome... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Inmarsat issues guidance on fortifying cyber security
Satcomms provider Inmarsat has published guidance on improving cyber security in the maritime industry beyond baseline regulatory compliance. The IMO’s 2021 cyber risk management code (IMO 2021) sets a framework and baseline for cyber security resilience, but Inmarsat advocates for going beyond simple regulatory compliance... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Stop the blame game: ship recyclers fighting a bad reputation
Companies saw the pandemic as a strategic opportunity to introduce a new wave of vessels; ones that are more efficient and needing fewer crew members,’ says Turkish ship recycler Orbay Simsek. ‘I saw employee numbers slashed from around 900 to 500 and this saves a lot of money, as you can imagine,’ he told Recycling International at the annual ship recycling conference in Rotterdam... -Recycling International

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Child rescued by ship after drifting out to sea on inflatable raft
A CHILD was rescued by a passing vessel after drifting out to sea on an inflatable raft off the coast of Flintshire. The ship’s crew picked up a child on an inflatable raft over a mile off shore as record temperatures on Tuesday sent people to the coast. Flint Coastguard Rescue Team said it was called to the incident shortly before 1pm and responded with colleagues from Rhyl Coastguard Rescue Team... -The National Wales

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Vacancy for a Deputy Chief Inspector of Marine Accidents, Southampton
We are looking for an individual with marine industry knowledge and experience that can manage the main operational activities at all stages of our investigations... -GOV.UK

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



The Sea and Seafarers
Jane Klein and Phil Bates have a selection of music based around the sea on this edition of Classic Folk... -2NURFM

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Maritime shipping tries to reduce emissions, but key obstacles remain in its lane
Aviation tends to get the public’s attention when it comes to the transportation sector and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but shipping, which is responsible for 2.9 per cent of emissions compared to aviation’s 2.4 per cent, is at least as much of a culprit... -Financial Post

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Cruise Ship vs Giant Wave - How Do the Ships Survive?
Cruise ships vs giant wave - who wins in this situation? Cruise ships are equipped with a plethora of safety measures to ensure they can withstand any weather. Just looking at a cruise ship makes people wonder how it doesn’t capsize during harsh weather conditions. It looks incredibly top-heavy. So, what happens when a cruise ship hits a giant wave? Who will be the victor in this scenario?.. -Cruise Hive

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



World Maritime Theme 2023 puts a spotlight on environmental legacy
“MARPOL at 50 – Our commitment goes on” has been selected as the upcoming theme for the IMO 2023 World Maritime Theme, which will culminate in a World Maritime Day celebration on 28 September next year. As explained, the theme reflects the organization’s long history of protecting the environment from the impact of shipping via a robust regulatory framework and emphasizes its ongoing commitment to this important work... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



OOCL adopts e-Bill of Lading
Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) is introducing Electronic Bills of Lading (eBL) to enhance efficiency across the global supply chain. OOCL’s eBL solution is powered by digital solutions provider IQAX Limited and built on Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN)’s blockchain platform... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



First Shore Power Capability for Containerships Being Built in Hamburg
Construction is underway on the first shore power installation specifically designed to handle containerships. The demonstration project is being built at the Port of Hamburg initially serving two of the terminals and is due to enter an initial test phase in 2023. The Hamburg City Council authorized the project at the end of 2021 as part of the city’s overall plan to improve air quality and begin dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2025... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Canada: Trudeau launches expanded oceans protection plan
Boosted coast guard facilities and increased safeguards for Canada’s coastal environments are part of an expanded $3.5-billion marine program that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has dubbed the “Oceans Protection Plan 2.0.” Trudeau announced new details of the plan, first launched in 2016, during a news conference on Bowen Island, B.C... -Lake Country Calendar

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Italian Shipping Academy & BCA GIME Introduce Masters Degree Program
On November 2021 the Genoa based Fondazione Accademia Italiana della Marina Mercantile (Italian Shipping Academy, FAIMM) has announced the agreement with Business College of Athens (BCA), Greek Institute of Maritime Education (GIME) for the provision of the online Bachelor in Maritime Business degree for ITS graduates. Now, after 8 months of fruitful partnership, FAIMM and BCA-GIME are ready to start with a new implementation... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Singapore Strait armed robberies rise in first half of 2022
The number of armed robbery incidents in the Singapore Strait continued to rise in the first half of 2022 with 27 reports of vessel boardings. Releasing its half year report on Wednesday the ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre (ISC) said there were a total of 42 incidents of armed robbery in Asian waters from January to June 2022 and 11% increase over the 38 incidents reported in the same period in 2021... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Ship Spills 30,000 Gallons of Fuel in The Bahamas
Some 30,000 gallons of fuel has spilled from a vessel in The Bahamas, a government official said Wednesay. The oil spill took place at the world-famous resort island of Great Exuma, the largest island in the Exuma island chain known for its white sand beaches and swimming pigs... -gCaptain

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Tanker fire, Colombia
Fire broke out on board of tanker ANTARES, docked at Puerto Bolivar, Colombia, on Jul 19. Four personnel on board who have been carrying out repairs and maintenance duties, alarmed Port Captaincy. Port firefighters and emergency team responded, fire was extinguished after several hours of firefighting. Extent of damages unknown... -Fleetmon

Posted On:21-Jul-2022



Reefer struck tanker, Siberia, Russia
River-sea type reefer MAGDEBURG, struck anchored river-sea type product tanker LENANEFT 2031 on Jul 18 on river Lena, Yakutia Region, Siberia, Russia. Tanker hull was breached in forecastle area... -Fleetmon

Posted On:21-Jul-2022


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