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India’s Maritime Initiatives: Significance, Ambition, and Strategic Importance
Union Minister of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, emphasized the historical significance of India’s maritime initiatives in South Asia under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. His remarks were made during a virtual roadshow organized by the Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, in partnership with the Dredging Corporation of India Limited, ahead of the 3rd Global Maritime India Summit 2023... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Jamaica, Canada Sign Agreement for Seafarer Recognition
Jamaica and Canada have signed a Reciprocal Recognition Agreement that will allow seafarers from both countries to work on ships sailing under the Jamaican or Canadian flags. The agreement was signed at the International Maritime Organisation headquarters in London by Rear Admiral Peter Brady of the Maritime Authority of Jamaica and Joanna Manger of Transport Canada... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Ports make preparations for Hurricane Idalia
With Hurricane Idalia rapidly strengthening and expected to make landfall on Florida’s northern Gulf Coast on Wednesday morning, ports in the area are taking precautions. Port Tampa Bay has closed all waterways, but land operations remain open so that fuel can still be shipped out... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Merchant Ships of Maersk, Hapag Caught in Gabon's Coup
Multiple merchant ships, including containerships operating for Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd, are reportedly caught in the unfolding coup in the central African country of Gabon. Military leaders declared that the borders and all government institutions were closed as they announced the “retirement” of the country’s long-serving President Alli Bongo Ondimba... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Columbia Shipmanagement Expands into Indonesia
Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM) has announced its expansion into Indonesia with the establishment of CSM Indonesia. The aim of this expansion is to provide first-class manning solutions directly in Indonesia and its surrounding regions. By diversifying the crew pool on Columbia managed vessels the company hopes to further its commitment and investment in its people... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



All about maritime heat waves, weather extremes
From record-shattering heatwaves to unprecedented forest fires, the summer of 2023 is one for the record books — and it’s still only August. Last month was the hottest in recorded history, as firefighters responded to hundreds of wildfires in Canada, tourists grappled with extreme heat in Europe, and residents of Phoenix, Arizona endured an entire month of temperatures that went beyond 43 degrees Celsius each day... -Global News

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Increase in Foreign Seafarers on Longline Fishing Vessels Due to Labor Shortages
The Ministry of Justice in South Korea has approved a proposal to increase the number of foreign seafarers on longline fishing vessels by 2,500 individuals. This decision was made in response to a labor shortage in the fishing industry. Currently, there are 19,500 foreign seafarers on these vessels, and this number will rise to 22,000 with the new approval... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Greener Maritime Future Envisioned by Australian Shipmaker Constructing Largest Battery Electric Ship
Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania is constructing the largest lightweight battery-electric ship for Uruguayan company Buquebus. The 130-meter vessel will have an energy storage system four times larger than any battery installation used in marine transport... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Amendments to Maritime Act of 1990 in Republic of the Marshall Islands
The parliament of the Republic of the Marshall Islands has made amendments to the Maritime Act of 1990. The changes include the acceptance of electronic filings and digital signatures for documents falling under the Maritime Act. The requirement to attach a vessel’s latest Certificate of Registry to a bill of sale has been removed,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Modernized Training Ship Returns to Service at Vocational Training Institute in Western Australia
Western Australia-based boat builder Dongara Marine has completed a modernization project on a vocational school’s training ship. The 20-year-old vessel, operated by Central Regional TAFE, underwent renovations to provide training in fishing boat operations, boat services, and marine engine operations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Two Chinese Bulker Crews Rescued During Cyclone
China’s Ministry of Transport released details on two rescues performed within hours of each other as bulk carriers found themselves caught in an approaching cyclone in Jiangsu Province just north of Shanghai. According to the report, battling high seas, they were able to safely remove a total of 25 crewmembers before two vessels were lost in the storm... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Efforts Underway to Salvage Stranded 500-Tonne Fishing Vessel
Efforts are underway to refloat a 500-tonne vessel that ran aground off the Isle of Skye. The alarm was raised on Tuesday evening, and the Kyle and Portree RNLI lifeboats were dispatched to the scene. However, by the time the crews arrived, the tide had receded too far to attempt a refloating... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



World’s Largest Cruise Ship Reports Man Overboard
On Tuesday evening, a man overboard was reported on Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas cruise ship as it was sailing towards Mexico. Passengers on board heard an Oscar call, indicating a man overboard situation, and the ship immediately turned south and launched a rescue operation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:31-Aug-2023



Fish carrier aground, Isle of Skye
Fish carrier SETTLER ran aground in the evening Aug 29 in the Kylerhea and Glenelg, Isle of Skye, Scotland. Kyle RNLI Lifeboat expect the ship to be refloated with coming high tide, as she ran aground in high water. No spill reported... -FleetMon

Posted On:31-Aug-2023


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