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India: Bengal to Become Maritime Hub with Rs 1 Trillion Investment
Union Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, announced that Bengal is set to receive investment worth Rs 1 trillion in the maritime sector, which will establish the state as a maritime hub. Sonowal highlighted the importance of Kolkata’s rich maritime heritage and strategic location in enabling and empowering the eastern part of India... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



INCOIS launches SAMUDRA mobile app for seafarers and fishers
Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS), under the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), has come out with a new mobile application ‘SAMUDRA’ - Smart Access to Marine Users for Ocean Data Resources and Advisories, offering comprehensive information on all ocean related services, useful for both seafarers and the fishing community... -The Hindu

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Marina Implements Stricter Nitrogen Emission Rules
The Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) in the Philippines has implemented stricter regulations on nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from marine diesel engines. Marina Advisory 2023-20, approved by Marina Administrator Hernani Fabia, adopts the regulations under the Technical Code on Control of Emission of Nitrogen Oxides from Marine Diesel Engines (NOx Technical Code 2008), as amended... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



NIMASA Signs MoU with 16 Countries for Seafarers COC Recognition
Fresh indication have emerged that the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) between year 2020 and 2023 under the administration of Dr Bashir Jamoh as Director General, has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) on the recognition of Certificate of Competency (CoC) and Training of Seafarers between Nigeria and Sixteen countries... -dailytrend.com.ng

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Accurate weather data, technology key to securing safety of life at sea
PROVIDING the country's maritime industry with accurate weather data as well as investing heavily in climate technology is vital to reducing the risk of losses while at sea,.. -The Manila Times

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Maritime Cyber Threats Are Escalating
Earlier this year, the FBI released a report showing that a record $10 billion had been stolen from Americans via online fraud in 2022. In May, Microsoft reported increased cyber-threat activity from a Chinese-sponsored “threat actor” it called Volt Typhoon, targeting critical military and transportation infrastructure—including maritime infrastructure... -The Waterways Journal

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Jamaica & Canada Sign Agreement to Benefit Seafarer Training and Employment
Jamaica and Canada have signed a Reciprocal Recognition Agreement to enable seafarers from the two countries to work on ships sailing under the Jamaican or Canadian flags. The agreement was signed at the London headquarters of the International Maritime Organization on Monday by Joanna Manger,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



US and UK collaborate on eco-friendly shipping paths for emission-free future
The United States and the United Kingdom have joined forces to develop green shipping corridors aimed at combating climate change. These corridors will act as routes connecting multiple ports and will showcase the latest zero-emission and near-zero-emission fuels and technologies for the shipping sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Container ship off Malaysia engulfed in flames
Authorities in Malaysia are battling a fire on the M/V KMTC Shenzhen, a container ship owned by Korea Marine Transport Co. The fire started on Saturday and emergency services have been deployed to the scene. The fire is contained to at least 9 containers out of the 1,189 on board and all 18 crew members are safe... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Neste and ScanOcean Launch Low-Emission Marine Fuel in Sweden
Finnish renewable fuel producer Neste has partnered with ScanOcean to introduce its lower-emission marine fuel to the Swedish market. The initial shipment of Neste Marine 0.1 Co-processed fuel, which contains both fossil and renewable content, is now available at the Södertälje terminal for bunkering of vessels in the Stockholm area and those in transit to Lake Mälaren... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Indian Coast Guard’s Bold Mid-Sea Medical Rescue on Foreign Vessel near Kochi
The Indian Coast Guard successfully evacuated a Filipino mariner, Valid Ola Gilbert, who had suffered a cardiac attack aboard the vessel MV Evelyn Maersk. The vessel was 110 nautical miles from Kochi when the incident occurred. The Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre in Mumbai received the information and coordinated with the Indian Coast Guard to provide medical assistance... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Ferry crew saves 11 individuals discovered near Indonesian border.
The crew of a ferry service in Melaka rescued 11 foreigners who were found floating in the sea. The captain of the Indomal Kingdom Express, a Dumai-Melaka ferry, alerted the police about the sighting of the 11 individuals at the maritime border of Indonesia and Malaysia... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Panama Canal Reduces Vessel Transits for Maintenance Work
The Panama Canal has announced that it will be reducing the number of vessels transiting the canal each day due to maintenance work. Normally, an average of 36 vessels pass through the canal daily, but during this period, that number will be reduced to 32. However, the transit capacity for neopanamax vessels will remain the same, with an average of 10 daily transits... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Shipping industry’s green fuel quest faces climate change hurdles.
The global shipping industry has faced challenges in becoming more environmentally friendly. Three and a half years ago, regulations were implemented to reduce sulfur emissions from ships, resulting in cleaner air and preventing premature deaths. However, some scientists argue that these regulations have unintended consequences... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Ghana: Seafarers contributed to the successes of MARPOL
Captain Etoenyo Onassis Bankas, the General Secretary of the Ghana Merchant Navy Officers Association (GMNOA), has said that the successes chalked up in the implementation of the convention on pollution at seas can be attributed to the seafarers... -BusinessGhana

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



A&N Admin refuses Cochin Shipyard vessels due to delivery delay
Cochin Shipyard Ltd has been left with two passenger-cargo vessels that were built for the Andaman and Nicobar Administration, following the Union Territory’s decision to not accept delivery of the ships. The vessels were constructed for Rs819.22 crores under the Indian government’s ‘Make in India’ program... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Controversy Surrounds Royal Caribbean’s Icon of the Seas Cruise Ship
Royal Caribbean’s upcoming cruise ship, Icon of the Seas, has caused controversy on Reddit. The ship, set to be the world’s largest when it launches in 2024, was criticized by members of the r/Anticonsumption subreddit, who advocate for reduced consumption and environmental protection... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Container Ship MV KMTC Shenzhen Safely Contained Fire Onboard
The fire on the container ship MV KMTC Shenzhen was brought under control within 2 hours after rescue officials arrived at the scene. Firefighters reached the ship at 1.38 am on Sunday, Aug 13, and with the assistance of other departments, including the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), they were able to control the fire by 3.33 am.... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



India’s maritime power is growing, but challenges loom
As India marks its 77th Independence Day, India is well on its way towards building strong strategic partnerships in the Indo-Pacific... -Observer Research Foundation

Posted On:16-Aug-2023



Marine Study Aims to Reduce Vessel Emissions Strategically
Singapore-based shipbuilder Strategic Marine has partnered with Sea Forrest to develop the Green Cabin Energy Saving System, a hybrid solution for fast crew boats (FCBs) that aims to reduce fuel consumption and lower emissions. The system captures and harnesses energy generated by the main engines, optimising their operating parameters to maximise fuel use and minimise energy waste... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-Aug-2023


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