The latest Seafarers Happiness Index, published by The Mission to Seafarers, has revealed the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the welfare of international seafarers and their families.
Archives for July 2020
New Zealand companies HamiltonJet and EV Maritime have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to build advanced composite, battery-powered commuter ferries.
London based online valuation and data provider, VessesValue Ltd, have today launched their automated valuation platform for Superyachts, an industry first.
INTERCARGO cannot even begin to contemplate the impacts if terminal and cargo operations were halted and cargo vessels stopped operations and trading, as a result of the crew remaining on board for 12 to17 months.
Vistrato Limited, the specialists in online dry bulk training, have produced a comprehensive ‘COVID-19 Guide for Ship/Shore Interactions’ for ships and terminals handling solid bulk cargoes during the current global pandemic.
A Panama-flagged bulk carrier, MV Wakashio has reportedly run aground on a reef off Mauritius while on its way to Brazil, from China on Saturday, 25th of July, 2020.
The Golden Ray salvage project at St. Simons Sound has been announced to be put on hold on Friday, 24th July 2020 owing to the impact of COVID-19 among the crew as well as the onset of the hurricane season.
Indonesian police made 4 more arrests concerning the death of the 20-year-old Indonesian sailor Hasan Apriadi, on Monday, 27th July 2020.
On 8th of July, Damen Shipyards Group was awarded a contract by the Port of Antwerp to deliver two RSD Tugs 2513 after an intensive tender process.