Sunrise was picking up her pilot at a designated pilot station but then in circumstances that are still under investigation, she collided with the Astro Saturn. The Sunrise suffered damage to a ballast tank and a leak
from a gas cargo tank due to the collision. The Saturn’s bow and port side anchor were damaged. Both ships have since been stabilized, and the Crystal Sunrise’s crew managed to contain the gas leak.
maritime industry. It is, in reality more like a messenger boy, sent by governments to collect the bill for shippings indiscretions. Its attempts to develop concepts such as eNavigation are textbook examples of why innovation
cannot be left to regulators. There are maritime domain experts a plenty in the IMO, but that does not mean the body can develop new concepts in anything like the timescale technology now moves.
be an extra charge for the faster transit time, but the higher cost is something Hapag-Lloyd reckons will not deter shippers of certain cargoes such as perishables. It is correct that we are thoroughly looking at services
that could add additional value to our clients and allow for a more differentiated pricing, a spokesperson for the Hamburg-headquartered line has confirmed.
ship classification industry, DNV GL commenced the roll out of IMO compliant electronic class and statutory certificates across its entire fleet on October 16 last year, and has today provided an update in the huge demand for this paperless breakthrough. This
shows just how fast the technology can be taken into use once it has proved viable, Morten Østby, senior principal consultant at DNV GL, said.
intended to discuss the issue of reducing the amount of CO2 that commercial ships emit into the worlds atmosphere was hijacked by the Global Warming crowd resulting in the IMO demanding that shipping reduces its CO2 emissions by 50% by 2050. The
Germans accused shipping of emitting the same level of CO2 that it does as a nation, but they failed to disclose the details of their own emissions however.
IMOs Marine Environment Protection Committee adopted a strategy on Friday requiring the shipping industry to reduce its total GHG emissions by 50% from 2008 levels by 2050, as well as cutting carbon dioxide emissions per transport work by at least 40% by
started at about 3:15 a.m. local time on Tuesday as the vessel was operating approximately 27 kilometers off the coast of Baram, Malaysia, Malaysian state oil firm Petronas has confirmed. The vessel, owned by Kuala Lumpur-based
company, was carrying out operations on behalf of Petronas at the time of the incident.
of British-ruled St. Helena, will start a new life as a floating armory, packed with automatic weapons, bullet-proof jackets and night vision goggles, all stored for maritime security operatives. Renamed the "MNG Tahiti",
the ship will undergo some tweaks before sailing to the Gulf of Oman where it will be used to ferry guns and guards to passing vessels navigating stretches of water lurking with pirates.
Cayman Islands-flagged "Equanimity" was impounded by Indonesia in February as part of a multi-billion dollar corruption investigation launched by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and tied to 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). The
South Jakarta State Court had stated that the seizure of the yacht on February was illegal and not based on the law".
of the incident, was injured and has been airlifted to a hospital in the UK for treatment, DFDS said, informing of the incident. The 19 Lithuanian crew members and four passengers are reported to be safe and sound. The
crew quickly had the situation under control and the Humber rescue service was alerted and assisted the vessel, the company added.
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