The third phase of an IMO-implemented project to enhance safe and environmentally sound ship recycling in Bangladesh has been given the go-ahead, with Norway committing approximately US$1.5 million to support improved ship recycling in Bangladesh.
Archives for July 2020
Dialogue comes on the back of an almost a two-fold increase in incidents of piracy and sea robbery from January to June 2020 compared to the same period in 2019.
A sophisticated new portal for nautical charts and publications has been launched that has no subscription or minimum contract term, and free updates and corrections.
Shipping firms in Mumbai began to spread a ray of sunshine on over 8000 repatriated seafarers, after resuming recruitment for overseas employment in the last 20 days.
Carnival Fantasy, the fantasy class flagship of the Carnival Cruise Lines has finally beached in Aliaga, Turkey marking the end of her last voyage.
We were not joking when we said all of the largest, fastest, as well as shiniest altogether. That’s because Heesen Yachts’ brand new 265-foot superyacht, Cosmos has it all.
The Department of Foreign Affairs(DFA) reported that they have single-handedly repatriated more than 40,000 Filipino seafarers in July alone.
The Filipino government has released a set of guidelines that will ease the process of repatriation of seafarers, a move aimed at reducing the burden on Filipino seafarers stuck onboard ships for months.
From August 1 and until November 30, 2020, a new period will come into force to comply with the annual recommendations on speed and maritime traffic established by the IMO since 2014, which limits the knot to 10 knots.