After much delay and shortcomings, 3 of the Indian seafarers from Ever Given crew have been given permission to leave the ship by the Suez Canal Authorities.
As the news of Suez Canal authorities arresting the Ever Given ship over compensation issues came to the forefront, concerns for its crew grew.
As per officials at Egypt’s Great Bitter Lake, the 25 Indian crew are in good health and are commencing on the journey to Rotterdam. The crew won’t be replaced as of now and will sail to Rotterdam if it is deemed fit after full inspection.
Norwegian Cruise Line might be sending back the Indian seafarers that they had hired for the Norwegian Escape cruise ship as the operations have been delayed.
India’s maritime ventures seem to be paying off as maritime bodies in Europe have decided to picket for Indian seafarers.
The Indian Ministry of Shipping is looking after Indian seafarers as global shipping lines seek to employ them. The Government too is promising them Indian seafarers under the Atmanirbhar Bharat scheme.
The reunions are overdue, but we are glad to finally see the courageous crew of the cargo ship ANASTASIA repatriated to India after an extraordinarily challenging stint at sea.
After much delay, the ship MV Jag Anand with 23 Indian sailors who were stranded in Chinese waters for months due to Australian Coal Cargo ban has finally arrived in Tokyo.
The stranded Great Eastern ship MV Jag Anand which was scheduled to dock in Japan with its 23 Indian crew after being stranded in Chinese waters for over 10 months might be delayed.