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Nautilus Advocates for Global Ship Registration Review and Just Transition
Nautilus International, a trade union representing workers in the maritime industry, attended the annual Trades Union Congress (TUC) in Liverpool. The TUC unanimously supported two motions put forward by Nautilus. The first motion called for the TUC to campaign for a global review of ship registration practices and the enforcement of Article 91 of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



UK allocates £80 million funding for eco-friendly vessels
The UK government has announced £54 million in funding for maritime projects aimed at reducing emissions and developing clean technologies. The funding was revealed at the start of London International Shipping Week, with Transport Secretary Mark Harper emphasizing the importance of generating maritime jobs and promoting sustainable practices.... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Small islands bring ocean protection case to UN court
A group of small island states is bringing a landmark case to the UN maritime court, seeking protection for the world’s oceans from climate change. The nine island states have turned to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea to determine if carbon dioxide emissions absorbed by the oceans can be considered pollution and what obligations countries have to prevent it... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Greek Ferry Incident: Minister Resigns, Public Outrage Grows
Heads are rolling in Greece after a ferry crew’s callous behavior led to the death of a passenger. Greek shipping minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis resigned just three months into his job, stating that his political record and personal dignity compelled him to step down. Prior to his resignation, Varvitsiotis had already fired the Piraeus port master and another senior coastguard official for their failure to fulfill their duties in the incident... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Stolt Tankers to control emissions through behavioral change project
Behavioural change startup Signol has partnered with Stolt Tankers on a project to reduce shipping emissions using IoT data. The six-month pilot project will run on seven vessels and aims to help seafarers understand the impact of their actions on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, motivating them to adopt more sustainable behaviours... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Bibby Marine to Build Zero-emission eSOV
Bibby Marine and its consortium partners are moving forward with plans to build the world’s first zero-emission eSOV after securing funding for the project from ZEVI competition. The award, announced Monday at London International Shipping Week, comprises of match funding to build the pioneering vessel, which will operate solely on 20MWh of batteries... -Offshore Engineer

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Fatal Collision in Baltic Sea: MAIB Report Reveals Lack of Response and Distraction
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has released its report on a fatal collision involving the British-flagged cargo ship, Scottish Porter, and a hopper barge in the Baltic Sea. The collision took place in December 2021 off the southern coast of Sweden, resulting in the loss of two crew members from the barge... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Personal Safety Precautions for Job-Seeking Yacht Crew
The International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN) has launched a new resource to support crew in finding safe and secure employment in the yachting industry. Developed in collaboration with experts in the field, the document titled “Personal safety precautions for job-seeking yacht crew” aims to empower crew by providing guidance and tools to make informed decisions about their next role... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Goa Shipyard and Seven Islands Shipping to Conduct Shipbuilding and Repair Operations at Mormugao Port
Goa Shipyard Ltd and Seven Islands Shipping Ltd have expressed interest in building and repairing vessels at Mormugao Port’s Berth 9 and three inland berths, according to government officials. The port authority had previously invited private companies to redesign these cargo handling facilities but failed to receive any offers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



ABS Signs MOU to Review Dual-Fuel Ammonia Carrier Design for EPS
Classification society ABS has signed MOU to review an innovative new design for a dual-fuel, VLAC for Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS). The vessel design, developed by HD Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), is fueled by ammonia and LNG and is expected to meet greenhouse gas reduction requirements set by IMO... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



First Officer of Vessel Being Overtaken is Blamed for Collision
The Maritime Disciplinary Court of the Netherlands released its ruling on a September 2022 collision off the coast in which a reefer overtaking a smaller, slower bulker hit the vessel. In a surprising move, the Dutch inspector however finds that the smaller vessel being overtaken was primarily responsible and referred the officer on watch for disciplinary action... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



CLISCO to implement remote monitoring on LNG carrier
China LNG Shipping (CLSICO) has signed a new Technical Management Agreement with Wärtsilä, which will include remote monitoring and maintenance support for the Dapeng Princess. The 15-year agreement will aim to deliver high levels of operational reliability and provide maintenance planning flexibility for the shallow draft LNG carrier, which operates with three Wärtsilä 34DF dual-fuel engines... -Smart Maritime Network

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Taiwan Supreme Court Upholds Fine for Illegal Shark Haul
The Supreme Administrative Court in Taiwan has upheld a fine of NT$12.35 million (US$386,179) against the owner and captain of a fishing boat found carrying 38 tonnes of protected shark species and fins. The court rejected the appeal by the defendants, Hung Shu-ling and Captain Chen, who were convicted of violating fishing regulations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Methanol's status as top future marine fuel in doubt due to cost, availability
Methanol might not become the most prevalent type of marine fuel despite its recent popularity, with limited availability and high costs, some classification societies said Sept. 11. A growing number of shipowners have opted to order ships capable of running on methanol in recent months, as the fuel has well-established supply infrastructure and can achieve deep decarbonization... -S&P Global

Posted On:12-Sep-2023



Container ship contacted bottom, probably damaged, Iceland
Container ship VERA D contacted bottom near Akurey islet, at around1500 UTC Sep 10, while approaching destination port Reykjavík, en route from Rotterdam. The ship didn’t sail directly to Reykjavík harbor, she made a wide loop, but by 1730 safely berthed. Later Coast Guard spotted a thin oil film in the area outside harbor, suspecting VERA D as probable source of the leak... -FleetMon

Posted On:12-Sep-2023


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