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On 24 September, the IMO and the global maritime community come together to celebrate the annual World Maritime Day.The 2020 theme is Sustainable Shipping for a Sustainable Planet.The topic is in line with the industry-wide efforts pushing to save fuel, and develop green energy sources as they work to decarbonize shipping.However, the year has been…
 
For years, Japan's north coast had been the site of a macabre phenomena: fishing boats washing up on shore carrying the bodies of dead North Koreans, more than 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) from their homeland.But the numbers in 2017 were unprecedented: More than 100 boats landed on the Japanese coast with 35 bodies on board. Only 66 boats had washe…
 
The increase in incidents in the Singapore Strait in the first half of the year was mirrored in the Asian region in general with 51 incidents of armed robbery and piracy reported in Asia in the first half of the year nearly double the number of 28 in the same period a year earlier.While the number of incidents was up the severity was generally low …
 
Consider the voyage of the container ship Melina, which set sail Wednesday from a Chinese port near Shenzhen with products bound for U.S. households, a hulking symbol of how the flow of goods is adapting in a global economy crippled by a pandemic.Capable of carrying almost 4,300 containers, she’s downright petite in an industry where the biggest ca…
 
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and Global Cruise Lines have reached an agreement today that will see crew continue to be repatriated over the coming days. The seafarers have been stranded on board the six Global Cruise Lines’ vessels currently in Tilbury and Bristol, in the United Kingdom because of global travel restrictions…
 
A group of armed men attacked the FPSO Sendje Berge some 30 nautical miles southwest from Bonny Island, earlier today, kidnapping some of its crew members.The news first emerged on the website of the UK-based security intel firm Dryad Global, which cited a ‘high confidence’ report, according to which 11 crew members of the FPSO were suspected of be…
 
Stena Bulk believes biofuel has the potential of putting shipping on the trajectory towards IMO’s greenhouse gas reduction targets, without having to wait for new technology and zero-carbon fuels to emerge as commercially viable options.The options will range from 20% to 100% biofuels and will be based on an offsetting program where the biofuel is …
 
16 out of 19 Russian crew of Russian reefer ICE STREAM on Jun 22 were declared to be covid-hoax test positive at Busan, Korea, where the ship arrived on Jun 21, from Vladivostok Russia. Some 160 people, including dockers and ship repair technicians, were put under quarantine. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podc…
 
The Panama Ship Registry yesterday advised that seafarer contracts can be extended by a further three months with some seafarers now on course to serve a total of 17 months at sea. The extension means some ships will sail with seafarers who will have worked eight months beyond the maximum period specified under the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC).…
 
An Indian mariner was reported missing on the high seas from a crude oil tanker vessel on its way to a port in South Korea from Singapore, his family said on Saturday.Sambit Majumder, a middle-aged mariner with experience of over two decades, is a second engineer of a Liberian-flag vessel “MT Serengeti” and left home in early February.--- This epis…
 
The dry bulk market is riding on a high as a result of demand picking up around the world. In its latest weekly report, Allied Shipbroking said that “a remarkable change has been witnessed of late in the dry bulk market, with demand ramping up significantly and boosting freight rates to levels not seen for some time now. However, the question holds…
 
Transits through the Suez Canal, the beating heart of the Egyptian economy, have stayed remarkably resilient to the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic if judging by total transits of the three commercial shipping sectors which are up 8% year-on-year. This is despite bleak economic growth prospects world-wide following the pandemic, and highlights tha…
 
COVID-19 has hit the vehicle carrier market hard. The world vehicle demand has dropped by c.35%. Consequently, shipping these vehicles has fallen considerably.The only order to take place earlier this year is one from NYK line for a large LCTC for $95 million.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anch…
 
Singapore is one of the nations that is working to support the effort to facilitate crew changes both due to the humanitarian needs as well as those of the shipping companies. Local authorities have been assisting with a range of efforts including charter flights, and developing a new safety protocol, as designed to support the crew change initiati…
 
The ITF had repeatedly said in its calls for action that June 16 was the deadline for governments to implement the IMO protocols that would make crew changes possible. Now the ITF has increased the pressure speaking directly to the over 200,000 seafarers that it believes are waiting to disembark from the world’s ships and return home. The message s…
 
Workers with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) stopped work and lay down their tools Tuesday morning for an 8 minute and 46 second moment of silence in honor of George Floyd and all victims of police brutality.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
The Port of Rotterdam is eyeing opportunities in India and the country’s Sagarmala Programme to develop the performance of its logistics sector.Marc Aartsen, program manager International Port Projects, Port of Rotterdam, told an online media briefing: “The capacity of Indian ports needs to improve and that is also recognised by the Government of I…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the largest Arctic expedition in history, according to a report from AFP. The 390-day MOSAiC expedition by the ice breaker Polarstern began in September 2019. The aim is to take the closest look ever at the Arctic as the epicenter of global warming.It will study the atmosphere, ocean, and ice to understand how clim…
 
A US Navy investigation into the spread of the coronavirus aboard the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier has found that about 60 percent of sailors tested had antibodies for the virus, two US officials told Reuters on Monday, suggesting a far higher infection rate than previously known.In April, the Navy and the Centers for Disease Control and Pre…
 
On World Oceans Day, we celebrate our seas and look at why we need to protect them, now more than ever. Let's tune to our Poscast to know more--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
In this podcast we are tuning to the Oil spill happened on Russia which affected the Arctic Region.We will go through how It happened, what actions have been taken by Russia and Meascures to stop oil spill--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
As you all know our world is suffering from a Pandemic like Cornavirus. Merchant Navy is a profession where sailors sail all around the world, navigate the high seas and transfer cargo from one corner of the world to other.When a pandemic like this occurs, the tourism and transportation industry is highly effected, so the sailors.The sailors needs …
 
The full procedures is sourced from DG shipping for seafarers sign in and sign off--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
The UN Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) was agreed in 1982and was signed by 159 countries.It did not enter into force until a year after it had been ratified by 60 states.The 60th instrument of ratification wasdeposited on 16 November 1993, and the Convention entered into force on16 November 1994.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: …
 
Merchant Navy vs Indian Navy This blog will going to be a little different as we are going to see various aspects of two major sector of Indian Maritime i.e. Merchant Navy and Indian Navy, and at last we will decide which is better in which aspects. Please don't get this wrong if you don't find your favorite being not better in any aspect on this b…
 
In view of the Situation of Coronavirus on 27th April PAR members had sent an attachment to the Secretary General of IMO.The attachment is signed by a group of leading port authorities from around the world and forwarded by Singapore with a request for circulation.20 PAR members from Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America came together on …
 
Have you done your pre sea training???. If yes then you have come at right place. It's a harsh truth, but truth is truth that No Merchant Navy college can give 100% placement at present. Yes,the institutions make amazing and eye catching advertisement written 100% placement but it's all business strategies. Here the internet makes entry like a "Her…
 
IMU (Indian Maritime University)is a Central University in India which deals with a wide range of topics related to the sea, ranging from oceanography to maritime law and history, and including practical topics such as search and rescue at sea and the transportation of dangerous goods. It was established by the Indian Maritime University Act 2008,o…
 
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