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Seafarer Happiness Declines in Q2, Highlighting Industry Challenges
The Seafarers Happiness Index (SHI) report for Quarter 2, 2023, published by The Mission to Seafarers, shows a decline in overall happiness among seafarers. The survey, conducted in partnership with NorthStandard and Idwal, measures seafarers’ wellbeing through ten key questions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



14 vessels suffer damage due to dodgy bunkers
Fuel tester VPS has provided more details incidents of contaminated bunker fuel originating from Houston recently reporting damage to 14 vessels. The latest reports follow a number of incidents notified during the second week of July. In details released yesterday VPS indicates that a total of 14 ships have received contaminated fuel... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Anglo Eastern Wins Appeal Over Suspension of RPSL
Anglo Eastern Ship Management (India) Pvt Ltd, the Indian unit of a top ship management firm based in Hong Kong, has successfully appealed against a three-year suspension order of its Recruitment and Placement Service (RPS) license. The suspension was issued by the Director of the Seamen’s Employment Office (DSEO) for allegedly violating manning rules of seafarers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Association of Panamanian Shipowners joins ICS
The Association of Panamanian Shipowners (ARPA) has become an associate member of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS). Launched in 2020, ARPA was created by shipowners and operators of vessels to strengthen Panama’s shipping industry... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Nigerian Air Force Strikes Boats Stealing Crude Oil in Rivers
A Nigerian Air Force jet conducting operations under Operation Delta Safe bombed three boats involved in stealing crude oil from a pipeline in Rivers State. The jet targeted the boats during an operation in a riverine area between Bonny Island and Port Harcourt. The crew also discovered and destroyed an illegal refining site with tanks and reservoirs... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



MHSS Offers Free Support to Victims of Marine Disasters
The recent fire on board a cargo vessel carrying just under 3,000 vehicles including 350 electric cars is a timely reminder that the dangers faced by seafarers are not always caused by external factors but can frequently come from the cargo in the hold. Managing potentially hazardous cargo adds to the stress faced by crew on a daily basis, particularly when something inert spontaneously combusts... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Greek Oil Tanker’s Operator, Captain, & Engineer Sentenced for Environmental Crimes
The Greek company that owned and operated the Galissas, its captain, and chief engineer were each sentenced in U.S. District Court in Rhode Island today for environmental crimes committed in February 2022, announced United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha... -Newport Buzz

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Marina implements Noise Code for ships
THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) has implemented the Noise Code for Philippine-registered ships on international voyages to reduce noise levels and protect seafarers from excessive exposure. This regulation is aligned with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Resolution MSC.337 and Solas amendments... -The Manila Times

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Isle of Man Ship Registry joins seafarer charity ISWAN
The Isle of Man Ship Registry (IOMSR) become of a member of seafarer welfare charity the International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN). Becoming a member of ISWAN is the latest initiative by the Isle of Man-flag to support seafarer welfare, which include its ‘Crew Matters’ app available available to 8,000 seafarers on 300 vessels... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Couple in sailboat rescued by Carnival cruise ship
Crew members aboard Carnival Cruise Line's Port Canaveral, Florida-based Mardi Gras played an unexpected role this week. They rescued a couple stranded at sea. Carnival said its Mardi Gras crew received a call from the U.S. Coast Guard to help rescue a man and a woman from a sailboat early Monday... -USA TODAY

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Japan Grants 1.1 Billion Yen to Philippine Coast Guard for Maritime Law Enforcement
Japan has extended a 1.1 billion yen grant (about P432 million) to the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) to enhance its maritime law enforcement capabilities and promote a free and open Indo-Pacific. Additionally, Tokyo has provided a 30-billion yen loan (over P11.8 billion) to support communities affected by recent typhoons... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Crew Welfare: The challenges of seafarers’ life onboard
During a discussion on the second day of the 2023 Crew Welfare Week, ship managers focused on the key challenges related to seafarers’ wellbeing and highlighted the impact of technology and digitalization in shipping industry... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Smarter decision making in a challenging maritime industry
Seafarers have always relied on navigational equipment to steer their vessels safely across the oceans. However, the tools that modern mariners use compared to previous generations are, as expected, far more advanced as a result of today’s tech-driven world... -gCaptain

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Norwegian joint venture announces uncrewed vessel plans
USV AS, a joint venture between DeepOcean, Solstad Offshore ASA and Østensjø Rederi, has awarded its first contract for an uncrewed surface vessel (USV). Maritime Robotics – a key supplier in this project and a leading provider of autonomous navigation systems and uncrewed solutions – will deliver and integrate the autonomous navigation system that enables uncrewed navigation... -Hydro International

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



MOL Joins GCMD As Impact Partner To Accelerate Decarbonisation In Maritime Industry
The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) announced today the signing of a five-year Impact Partnership agreement. On the same day, both parties held a signing ceremony at the GCMD office in Singapore... -Marine Insight

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Salvage Efforts and Investigation Underway for Burnt-Out Car Carrier
Salvage teams have boarded the burnt-out car carrier Fremantle Highway in the Netherlands to assess the damage and investigate the cause of the fire. The vessel was towed into the port of Eemshaven on August 3 after a fire broke out on July 25. The crew was unable to contain the fire, leading to their evacuation and a multi-day firefight... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Norovirus Outbreaks Hit Two Cruise Ships Arriving in Halifax
Two cruise ships, the Celebrity Summit and Viking Neptune, have arrived in Halifax this week after experiencing norovirus outbreaks. These two cruises are the most recent to report outbreaks of the stomach bug in 2023, according to the US Centers for Disease Control. The Celebrity Summit had 177 passengers and crew fall ill during a voyage from New Jersey to Bermuda,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Salvage Crew Successfully Rescues Drifting Vessel in South England
A group of collaborators from Cornwall recently completed a significant salvage operation in southern England. Despite challenging weather conditions, the team successfully boarded the drifting vessel, named Mazarine, and extended its tow to the Mercia using the ship’s emergency tow wire... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Queen Mary 2 Breaks Free From Mooring in Italy
The Cunard Cruise ship, "QUEEN MARY 2," broke free from its moorings due to high-velocity winds while it was docked at CIVITAVECCHIA, Italy. Both the forward and aft gangways collapsed during the incident; however, with the assistance of tugboats, the ship was promptly secured, and fortunately, no injuries were reported... -FleetMon

Posted On:9-Aug-2023



Brittany Ferries ferry mass crew poisoning, the ship called Brest in emergency
Brittany Ferries ferry PONT AVEN had to interrupt her voyage from Santander Spain to Plymouth UK early in the morning Aug 8, reporting mass crew poisoning. 34 crew members fell sick with symptoms of food poisoning. The ship called Brest, she was docked there at around 0945 UTC Aug 8, and boarded by emergency agencies teams... -FleetMon

Posted On:9-Aug-2023


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