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Indian Coast Guard displays maritime preparedness at SAREX sea drills
The Indian Coast Guard concluded the 10th National Maritime Search and Rescue Exercise SAREX 2022 in Chennai, on Sunday. The sea exercise was reviewed by Indian Coast Guard chief VS Pathania along with other agencies and foreign participants... -Hindustan Times

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Ukraine Allows its Seafarers to Rejoin Foreign Ships
All Ukrainian men aged 18-60 have been subject to a wartime travel ban since February, but certain seafarers will soon have an exemption. On August 27, 2022, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine finally adopted a resolution on allowing Ukrainian seafarers to leave the country to work under contracts on vessels... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



CMA CGM Sees Softening Of Global Freight Rates
French container line giant CMA CGM SA is seeing an across-the-board drop in shipping rates and a loosening of logistics bottlenecks in some regions as demand softens... -gCaptain

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Unsafe working conditions rampant on international vessels - NZ Maritime Union
Maritime Union NZ wants an investigation into the working conditions on a British-flagged vessel where a missing sailor is thought to have gone overboard. It said they have seen widespread unsafe working conditions on overseas vessels including sailors staying on board for over a year, being underpaid and food shortages... -Newshub

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Inspiration on the Seas - Women Empowerment
Being the sole female on a 250-foot vessel might seem intimidating but Sabeena Poonwassie has no desire to abandon ship. The 25-year-old sailor joins the ranks of less than 2% of women holding roles in this industry... -Trinidad Guardian

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Life-changing charity hits troubled waters
Along the south coast, or upriver to London next weekend, you may see a three-masted ship sailing: a beauty. Pause as you snap pictures and know that this wooden ship, SV Tenacious, holds another kind of beauty and a quiet sorrow too. Her sister in the fleet, STS Lord Nelson, is in the hands of administrators. Tenacious sails on, but it is no way for the Nellie’s gallant story to end... -The Times

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Climate change could bring back wind as the future power source for ocean cargo ships
The shipping industry accounts for nearly 3% of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions, producing as much manmade carbon dioxide as all the coal-fired power plants in the U.S. combined. Still, it’s a relatively small output within the overall transportation sector, which is responsible for 37% of annual global greenhouse gases... -CNBC

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Saudi Maritime Congress 2022 to emphasize digitalization and modern solutions
The 2022 edition of the Saudi Maritime Congress (SMC) aims to bring together some of the leading tech companies in the region’s maritime sector to showcase their latest products and services. Increased digitalization, as well as greater reliance on autonomous applications and big data are on top of SMC’s agenda for this edition... -Saudi Gazette

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Autonomous Vessels Sailing into Uncharted Waters
The shipping industry is responding to a need to reduce its carbon footprint as it develops autonomous vessels. The Suzaku, a 95-meter, 749 metric ton container ship, made a 490-mile roundtrip voyage between Tokyo Bay and Matsusaka port in the city of Tsu on Feb. 26. There was nothing out of the ordinary about the trip--except perhaps for the fact that the Suzaku had no crew... -TheStreet

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Nigeria: Maritime expert wants government to reduce tariff on imported goods
As the country grapples with the effect of hyperinflation, the Chief Executive Officer/ Managing Director of King Shipping Trading Maritime Services Limited, Bob Chukwuma Hyacinth, has appealed to the Federal Government to as a matter of urgency effect a downward review of tariffs on imported goods to check the high cost of living in the country... -Daily Sun

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Ghana: Lack of employment avenues for seafarers worrying
The Ghana Merchant Navy Officers Association (GMNOA) has expressed worry over the lack of employment opportunities in the maritime industry for the country’s trained seafarers... -Association  News Ghana

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



NZ: Concerns About Crew Welfare After Seafarer Lost Overboard
The Maritime Union says that the loss overboard of a crew member aboard a bulk carrier is very concerning. The UK-flagged Berge Rishiri left Bluff early on the morning of Saturday 27 August. The Chinese crew member was last seen at 8am on Saturday morning and failed to report for duty at 4pm... -Scoop News

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Somali pirates lose their grip on global shipping
Piracy in the Horn of Africa is no longer a threat to global shipping, an industry group has said, ending the era of swaggering Somali pirates taking hostages and seizing cargo. From next year the Indian Ocean will no longer be considered high risk because no attacks on merchant vessels off Somalia have been reported since 2018... -The Times

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



The tale of the missing Bannonckburn steamer
Unlike many of the superstitious sailors of the open seas, Captain James McMaugh of the Algonquin steamer turned his eyes and ears away from tales of premonitions, omens, and the supernatural. However, on the afternoon of Nov. 21, 1902, about fifty miles southeast of Passage Island on Lake Superior, he witnessed something unexplainable... -Sault Ste. Marie News  SooToday

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Carnival Cruise Line Reminds All Guests to Behave and Respect Others
In the past weeks, several reports of disturbances from guests onboard the Carnival Cruise ships have been reported. In particular, one cruise from New York City where the authorities were called in to take certain people off the vessel after a late-night altercation in a nightclub onboard Carnival Magic... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Cargo ship sank in Makassar Strait, 11 missing, 4 survived by a miracle
General cargo ship TEMAN NIAGA sank in Makassar Strait on Aug 22 while en route from Kotabaru, southeast Kalimantan, to Makassar, Sulawesi, with 15 crew and cargo of cement. Disaster wasn’t known until Aug 25, when 4 survivors, climbing to capsized lifeboat, were spotted and rescued by passing ferry DHARMA FERRY III – a sheer miracle... -Fleetmon

Posted On:29-Aug-2022



Freighter with Ukrainian grain aground in Dardanelles
Southbound general cargo ship YALIKOY ran aground off Gelibolu, northern Dardanelles, on Aug 27, while entering the Strait. The ship is en route from Ukraine (Danube, Izmail most probably) to Greece,.. -Fleetmon

Posted On:29-Aug-2022


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