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Indian Govt Undertakes 802 Sagarmala Projects with ₹5.60 Lakh Crore Cost
The Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, announced that the Indian government has undertaken 802 Sagarmala projects across the country, with a total cost of ₹5.60 lakh crore. Andhra Pradesh alone accounts for 113 projects worth about ₹1.23 lakh crore, and 36 projects worth ₹32.210 crore have already been completed... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



India: Govt. announces roadshow in Chennai for GMIS 2023
What is irritating many people working in this industry is that such income is being taken for granted and there is a sense that this stream of capital can always be relied upon. The roadshow is scheduled for 4 September, and will bring together industry leaders, key stakeholders, and enthusiasts in the maritime domain, with the primary objective of emphasizing the paramount importance of the maritime sector in economic growth... -Mint

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Marine Insurers Issue Safe Carriage Guidelines for EVs
The International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) has released new recommendations for the safe transportation of electric vehicles (EVs) on ships. The move comes in response to concerns within the shipping community about the risk of fires breaking out on car carriers and roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) vessels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



1881 Shipwreck Discovered Intact with Crew's Possessions
After 142 years, the wreckage of the schooner Trinidad, which sank in Lake Michigan in 1881, has finally been discovered. Shipwreck hunters Brendon Baillod and Robert Jaeck found the impressively intact wreckage lying underneath roughly 300 feet of water, about 10 miles off the shoreline of Algoma, Wisconsin... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



E-Boats Revolutionize Recreational Opportunities
The electric boat industry is making waves in Northwest Michigan, with the state leading the charge in the development of electric-powered boats, solar-powered boats, and marine-based charging stations. At a recent E-Marine event at Elk Rapids Marina, several electric watercraft from companies such as Vita Seal, X-Shore, Ingenity, and Lilypad Labs were showcased... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Australia: Merchant Navy Day 2023 Honours Fallen Seafarers
Australians are urged to pause today and remember the significant contribution Australian seafarers have made to the country's security and economic success, and the importance of the industry to the nation's future. One in eight Australian merchant seafarers sacrificed their lives during World War II in an effort to maintain supplies of goods and materials vital for the war effort... -Mirage News

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



UK: Captain among seafarers honoured for advocating safety following life-changing injury
The Department for Transport has unveiled the 2023 recipients of the Merchant Navy Medal. Among them is a captain who champions safety in the wake of a life-changing accident and an operational director for a maritime training company recognised for her vigorous advocacy for diversity within the industry... -GOV.UK

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



India: Importance of Inland Waterways and GMIS 2023
The Union Minister of Ports, Shipping & Waterways and Ayush, Sarbananda Sonowal inaugurated a roadshow on the Global Maritime India Summit, 2023 (GMIS) in Shillong. Sonowal highlighted the importance of inland waterways as an alternative mode of transportation and praised the government’s investment of Rs 5200 crores since 2014 in the sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Indonesia’s Asean Chairmanship 2023: Prioritizing Maritime Cooperation
Indonesia’s Asean Chairmanship in 2023 will prioritize enhancing maritime cooperation, according to Rolliansyah Soemirat, Director for Asean Political and Security Cooperation. Soemirat stated that Indonesia initiated the establishment of the Asean Maritime Outlook (AMO), a strategic document aimed at strengthening maritime cooperation within Asean... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Sri Lanka: Ceylon Chamber, MMA to strengthen marine surveying training
The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce and McLarens Maritime Academy (MMA) have extended their memorandum of understanding (MOU) for an additional five years. The MOU aims to provide comprehensive training programmes to marine surveyors and potential marine surveyors appointed by the Ceylon Chamber... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Jamaica Welcomes First Floating Dock
German Ship Repair Jamaica Limited (GSRJ) has received its first floating dock in Jamaica. The 215 meter-long Panamax-size dock arrived in Kingston on August 24, 2023, and will be commissioned in the coming weeks. The dock has been registered with the Jamaica Ship Registry and renamed JAM-DOCK 1... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Bangladesh: Seafarers are lifeblood of country's maritime trade: Khalid
State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury today said that seafarers are the lifeblood of the country's maritime trade. "The Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman laid the foundation of the maritime sector in Bangladesh. Seafarers are the lifeblood of our maritime trade. They ensure uninterrupted supply of goods across the world's oceans, ensuring economic growth and prosperity," he said... -BSS

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



The Digital Age of Exploration
The Age of Exploration began in the 15th century and saw European explorers travel the world by sea in search of new trade routes, new knowledge and new lands. The impact of that era would forever change the world and usher geography toward the modern science it is today... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Japanese Autonomous Navigation Project Moves to Second Phase
A Japanese project that seeks to achieve full-scale commercialization of fully autonomous ship technology by 2025 is moving into its next stage of development after completing demonstration tests last year. The Nippon Foundation’s MEGURI2040 project was launched in 2020 envisioning the commercial launch of fully autonomous navigation... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Columbia Shipmanagement and Seacon extend cooperation
Columbia Shipmanagement has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Qingdao-based Seacon Shipping Group to enable the Chinese company’s owned and operated vessels managed as clients out of CSM’s Greece office. The cooperation agreement includes all vessel types with a particular focus on Seacon owned LPG, LNG and Product Tankers... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Malta: Let's stop taking the maritime industry for granted
The facts and figures relating to how much the maritime industry contributes to the Maltese economy have been referenced countless times and they are substantial. What is irritating many people working in this industry is that such income is being taken for granted and there is a sense that this stream of capital can always be relied upon... -Times of Malta

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



India: Cochin Shipyard Wins Order for Two Vessels from Pelagic Wind Service Ltd
India’s Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL) has secured a contract to build two Commissioning, Servicing, and Operations Vessels (CSOVs) for the offshore wind industry. The advanced vessels, designed to revolutionize operational functions in the sector, highlight India’s prowess in shipbuilding and innovation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



August saw a significant increase in waiting times at the Panama Canal.
The average wait time for unbooked ships at the Panama Canal has increased by 44% to 59% in the last month due to a prolonged drought and resulting restrictions on ships’ passage and draft. To conserve water, the Panama Canal Authority has limited the number of ships allowed to pass daily, causing bottlenecks and delays... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Algerian Coast Guard Fatally Shoots Two French-Moroccan Individuals Adrift in the Sea
Two young French-Moroccans were tragically shot dead by Algerian border guards while lost at sea on a jet-ski near the city of Saïdia in the Algerian maritime area. The incident has caused outrage after a TikTok video showing one of the victims’ bodies floating in the sea went viral... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:4-Sep-2023



Finnish coaster aground, taking on water
Finnish coaster LEONIE ran onto coast of islet in Aland Archipelago at around 0350 UTC Sep 1, while en route from Godby Aland to Naantali, Finland, with cargo of grain. Ship’s hull was breached causing water ingress, crew of three is trying to taken flooding under control, using pumps... -FleetMon

Posted On:4-Sep-2023


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