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Global Maritime India Summit 2023 Likely to Shift to Mumbai
The venue for the Global Maritime India Summit 2023 is likely to be shifted from New Delhi to Mumbai, according to government officials, as reported by ET Infra. Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggested that the maritime event should be held in a coastal state, prompting the change... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



New EU Legislation Aims to Reduce Shipping Accidents
The European Commission has proposed a new package of legislation aimed at reducing shipping accidents and modernizing EU maritime law. The package includes amendments to various directives and regulations, such as the EU maritime accident investigation directive and the compliance with the state flag directive... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



India: Private Terminals on the East Coast Steal the Limelight
Container carriers are expanding their operations on India’s east coast to take advantage of the growing manufacturing development in the region. This has resulted in more calls at new private terminals operated by Adani Group, rather than the traditional focal point of Chennai... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Major maritime insurers join initiative to reduce cargo fires
Major UK maritime insurers, the UK P&I Club and TT Club, have signed up for the Safetytech Accelerator Cargo Fire & Loss Innovation Initiative (CFLII). The Initiative, Safetytech Accelerator launched in February 2023, is a multi-year collaborative technology acceleration programme focused on reducing cargo fires and loss in maritime and its impact... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Offshore Windmill Successfully Installed at VO Chidambaranar Port
The Indian government has announced plans to install offshore wind turbines in the seaports of Thoothukudi and Gujarat as part of a larger initiative to generate clean energy. The first phase of the project will see the VOC port equipped with wind mills that will generate 500 MW of power... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Retired seafarer, full-time farmer Dronby Fernandes' agri-adventure
Meet Captain Dronby Fernandes, a spry 74-year-old with a life story that's anything but ordinary. This retired seafarer, who once held prestigious positions like Deputy Captain of Ports in Goa and even steered a maritime college, has swapped his well-deserved retirement for the rugged but rewarding life of a farmer... -Herald Goa

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Strike action prompts Chevron to remove contract staff from Australian LNG project
Chevron has started withdrawing contract workers from its Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Australia, following strikes by workers at two major projects. The dispute between the company and workers centers around issues such as pay, job security, rosters, and rules for overtime and transfers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Offshore Windmill Successfully Installed at VO Chidambaranar Port
The Indian government has announced plans to install offshore wind turbines in the seaports of Thoothukudi and Gujarat as part of a larger initiative to generate clean energy. The first phase of the project will see the VOC port equipped with wind mills that will generate 500 MW of power... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



DNV forecast indicates potential shortage of green fuel in shipping industry
The shipping industry is under increasing pressure to reduce emissions and decarbonize. IMO has set tougher targets for the industry, including a 20% emissions reduction by 2030 and net-zero emissions by 2050. To meet the projected demand, the maritime sector will need to access 30-40% of the global carbon neutral fuel supply... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Fatal Crash: Lone Scot Carrier Watchkeeper Distraction Linked to Video Chats with Strangers
The UK has issued a reminder to shipowners about the legal requirement to have two people on the bridge at night, following a fatal collision off Sweden in 2021. The collision occurred between the UK-flagged general cargo ship Scot Carrier and the Danish split hopper barge Karin Hoj in the Baltic Sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Greek ferry crew goes on strike following the tragic death of a passenger at Piraeus Port
The Panhellenic Seamen’s Federation (PNO) has announced a 24-hour strike on September 13th, which will affect all ships in Greece. This strike is in response to a tragic incident at Piraeus Port, where a passenger was pushed into the sea and drowned by a crew member of the ‘Blue Horizon’ ferry. The PNO has called for the strike to protest against this incident... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Requirement for Vessels in Marshall Islands: Mandatory Medicine Chest Onboard
The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) has released a medical care guide outlining the requirements for medical care and recordkeeping onboard ships. The guide emphasizes that all vessels must have a medicine chest and provides guidance on the types of medicines and medical supplies that should be stocked... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



3 Seafarers Die From Inhaling Toxic Gases In Ship’s Cargo Hold Off Hualien
Three seafarers of Chinese nationality were pronounced dead onboard a bulk carrier after they were found unconscious in the ship’s cargo hold. The Liberian-flagged ship transporting Coal was scheduled to dock at Hualien’s Hoping Port when the incident occurred in the waters off Hualien in eastern Taiwan... -Marine Insight

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Is cruise still booming? Virgin Voyages delays launch of new ship
Despite chartering big plans for Australia and New Zealand, Virgin Voyages has signalled new delays and cancellations to their sailings. The newest ship Brilliant Lady which was due to sail from Miami on her maiden voyage in December, has cancelled its sailings saying that the launch has run into unexpected issues in staffing and building... -New Zealand Herald

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Managing Pests to Protect our Unique Marine Environment
Agriculture Victoria Executive Director Agriculture Regulatory Policy Dr Trevor Pisciotta said the module aims to protect the state’s unique marine environment from the impacts of pests. ‘Government, industry and the community worked together to develop this module designed to protect Victoria from serious marine threats.’... -Marine Business News

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Marine Industry Partnership Aims to Introduce New Smart Motor Technology
Torqeedo has announced a partnership with c.technology in the hopes to create new smart motor technology and connected experience. Torqeedo has partnered with c.technology, and the companies have started to develop smart motors which will be showcased at this year’s METSTRADE... -The Triton

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Maritime industry needs greater sustainability regulation, expert says
Greater regulation is required to ensure the entire maritime industry gets on board with sustainability, said an expert speaking at an Abu Dhabi conference on Thursday. Leading experts explained how the majority of shipping firms are eager to adopt ethical policies to reduce the industry's impact on the environment... -The National

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Crane Barge Capsizes and Sinks Due to Neglected Hull Maintenance
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has determined that the capsizing and sinking of the crane ship, Ambition, in the Gulf of Mexico was caused by the ship owner’s negligence in inspecting and maintaining the ship’s hull. The incident occurred on June 15, 2022,... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023



Car Carrier Experiences Steering Failure Amidst Australian Storm
A car carrier ship owned by NYK is facing steering problems while caught in a storm off the coast of Melbourne, Australia. AMSA has directed the vessel to head further out to sea to minimize danger to the coastline and the crew. Two tugboats that were sent to assist the ship were damaged in the rough sea conditions and had to abandon their efforts... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:11-Sep-2023


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