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Raising standards at sea
“What’s happening beyond our shores is a giant blank in the public debate, and a space where almost anything goes.” Green Peer Natalie Bennett outlines the ongoing debate surrounding human rights at sea... -Green World
Secure Seas: Giving back to seafarers
A touch-free payment platform for the maritime industry has been launched by Secure Seas, marrying the welfare of the seafarer with significant benefits for employers... -Splash 247
Nigeria’s ambitious new maritime security project must avoid old traps
President Muhammadu Buhari recently inaugurated a project designed to prevent illegal activities in Nigeria’s coastal waters and enforce maritime regulations. It also aims to prevent illegal activities on inland waterways... -The Conversation Africa
How to spot the warning signs of wildlife crime in the maritime industry?
Weaknesses and loopholes in maritime supply chains are often exploited by traffickers to smuggle illegal wildlife and timber products to feed growing demand, predominantly in Asian markets. Together, TRAFFIC and WWF are supporting the shipping sector to detect illegalities passing through global waters... -Sea News
Training Ship Kennedy Involved in Near-Grounding Incident
A near-grounding incident involving the Massachusetts Maritime Academy training ship TS Kennedy is under review after video posted online shows the ship coming perilously close to rocks in St. Thomas last week... -gCaptain
FMC starts audit of top 9 container carriers
The US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has established a new audit program and dedicated audit team to assess container carrier compliance with the agency’s rule on detention and demurrage... -Offshore Energy
Container ship arrives with tons of explosive chemical at Hamburg
On 15th July 2021, a container ship “CAP SAN LORENZO” unloaded 1,000 tons of potentially explosive chemical, ammonium nitrate, at the Port of Bremerhaven. The ship was supposed to unload cargo at Hamburg but because of strong objections from port authorities, this 333-meter-long container ship had to leave port without discharging cargo... -Fleetmon
One Filipino crew died, one hospitalized, ship under quarantine in Bulgaria
52-year old Filipino crewman of bulk carrier STAR GENESIS died in hospital in Burgas, Bulgaria, on Jul 19. Out of 20 Filipino crew 12 were tested positive, 1 died, 1 was hospitalized, the rest remain on board... -Fleetmon
Disabled general cargo ship drifting off Indian coast, Arabian sea
General cargo ship KANCHAN suffered engine failure and a blackout, and is adrift since morning Jul 21, in Arabian sea halfway between Gulf of Khambhat and Mumbai, some 6 nm off Indian coast... -Fleetmon
Cargo ship beached by storm at Karachi
Deck cargo ship HENG TONG 77 drifted aground on a beach in Karachi area, Pakistan, in the morning Jul 21, after she dragged anchor in rough weather. According to preliminary information, the ship anchored off Karachi for the purpose of crew change,.. Fleetmon