Seaborne

Dry bulk market: the resumption of trade in coal by sea in 2021

[ad_1] VSCoal exports have experienced a significant recovery so far in 2021, contributing to the recovery of the dry bulk market, despite the recent correction. In its latest weekly report, shipping broker Banchero Costa said that “2020 has turned out to be a really terrible year for the global maritime coal trade. In 2021 things […]

Marine

Container Ship MV ZIM Kingston Misadventures Highlight Risks of Shipping Traffic Off Ecologically Sensitive Coast of British Columbia

[ad_1] Ships work to bring down a fire aboard the MV Zim Kingston about five miles from shore in Victoria, British Columbia on October 24, 2021.CHAD HIPOLITO / Document The MV Zim Kingston, bound for the Port of Vancouver, arrived just outside the Strait of Juan de Fuca last Thursday after crossing the Pacific laden […]

Seaborne

Global Shipbuilding Market Forecast 2021-2025: Increased Maritime Trade, Increased Use of AI, and Accelerated Maritime Tourism

[ad_1] Dublin, October 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Global Shipbuilding Market: Size and Forecast with Impact Analysis of COVID-19 (2021-2025)” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global shipbuilding market has grown significantly in the years 2016-2019 and projections are made that the market will grow hugely in the next four years i.e. 2021-2025. […]

Marine

A maritime ambulance system based on “108” ambulances must be implemented, according to the Minister of Fisheries

[ad_1] Government of Kerala to assume 100% of cost of insurance coverage for traditional fishing vessels THIRUVANANTHAPURAM The state government plans to launch a high-speed maritime ambulance system modeled on the “108” ambulances to ensure rapid response in the event of an accident involving fishing vessels, the fisheries minister said on Friday. Saji Cherian at […]

Seaborne

Increased maritime trade, increased use of AI and acceleration of maritime tourism

[ad_1] Dublin, October 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Global Shipbuilding Market: Size and Forecast with Impact Analysis of COVID-19 (2021-2025)” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global shipbuilding market has grown significantly in the years 2016-2019 and projections are made that the market will grow hugely in the next four years i.e. […]

Seaborne

Maritime hydrogen trade could reach 150 million tonnes by 2050, Auto News, ET Auto

[ad_1] About 150 million tonnes will be traded in the maritime market, of which 55% of import demand is expected to come from Northeast Asia, he said in a report on the so-called low-emission hydrogen. carbon released Thursday. Hydrogen could account for around one-third of global marine energy trade by 2050 from zero, as countries […]

Shipboard

CORAS will support US Navy shipboard systems with AI / ML

[ad_1] TYSONS, Va .– CORAS, a business decision management software company located in Tysons, Va., Has won a prototype project agreement under the other transaction authority with the Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic of the ‘US Navy for Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP). The objective of the prototype is to improve and troubleshoot information technology […]

Coastguard

HM Coastguard SAR crew member honored for nearly half a century of service

[ad_1] Bristow Helicopters press release | 25 October 2021 Estimated reading time 3 minutes 38 seconds. A prestigious Master Rearcrew certificate was presented to Kevin Weller, Technical Team Leader at HM Coast Guard Search and Rescue (SAR) Base, Caernarfon, to recognize his contribution to rotary aviation. Kevin Weller, Technical Team Leader at HM Coast Guard […]

Marine

Tug vessel steering failure triggers safety alert

[ad_1] Written by Logbook staff The Coast Guard’s Bureau of Investigation and Analysis issued Marine Safety Alert 06-21 to notify mariners of a potentially hazardous situation involving poorly machined threads that could result in steering cylinder failure. According to the safety alert, an inspected towing vessel recently suffered a reduction in steering when the port […]

Seaborne

WORLD: SKU: Multi-fuel future could mark the end of low-cost maritime trade – Bunkerspot

[ad_1] A new technical report released by the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) suggests that the shift to a multi-fuel future “could in fact herald the end of low-cost maritime trade and its mainstay, the international bulk transport model. /tramp”. Published last week, the report, Technical aspects related to the decarbonisation of the maritime sector, […]

Coastguard

Coastguard and lifeboat respond to West Shetland emergency

[ad_1] The AITH lifeboat and Sumburgh-based search and rescue helicopter were called in this morning (Friday) to assist the Banff-registered vessel Company II 60 nautical miles west of Shetland. The fishing boat with six crew had lost power and was drifting overnight. The Shetland Coast Guard were first alerted on Thursday at 5 p.m. Nearby […]

Marine

Thieves strike Royal Canadian Navy search and rescue station in Nanaimo

[ad_1] Thieves have targeted another volunteer-run nonprofit in Nanaimo. The victim this time is Royal Canadian Navy Search and Rescue Station 27 and they turn to the community to help them find the culprits and recover what was stolen. “I was absolutely devastated,” said Debby Thomson, director of boating safety for RCM SAR Station 27. […]

Marine

New Eastern Shipbuilding C5ISR production facility supports OPC construction

[ad_1] Written by Nick blenkey Joey D’Isernia, President of Eastern Shipbuilding Group cuts the ribbon to inaugurate the new C5ISR production plant, Eastern Shipbuilding Group commissioned a new C5ISR (Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) production facility this week at its Allanton, Florida shipyard. The new dedicated shore-based facility is specifically tailored […]

Shipboard

“K” Line Successfully Captures CO2 During Shipboard Test

[ad_1] Carbon capture unit installed for testing on a Japanese bulk carrier (“K” line) Posted on October 20, 2021 at 7:10 PM by The maritime executive Pilot projects exploring the possibility of using carbon capture technology on board ships are making strong progress towards providing an essential tool for decarbonization. While some industry experts have […]

Shipboard

“K” line successfully captures CO2 in onboard test

Carbon capture unit installed for test on a Japanese bulk carrier (“K” Line) Posted on October 20, 2021 at 7:10 p.m. by The Maritime Executive Pilot projects exploring the possibility of using carbon capture technology onboard ships are making strong progress towards providing a vital tool for decarbonization. While some industry experts have questioned the […]

Marine

A small Australian boat with an American communication module in tests for an urgent need for the Marine Corps

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – The mashup of a small, security-designed Australian boat and an American suite of sensors and communications that helped Marines secure Kabul airport during the August evacuation could help fill a gap capability gap as the US Marine Corps plans to divide operations into the Pacific. Australian company Whiskey Project is showcasing its […]

Marine

Senator Cantwell requests information from MARAD regarding Merchant Marine Academy sexual assault and harassment

[ad_1] US Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), in her capacity as chair of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, sent a letter to Acting Maritime Administrator Lucinda Lesley requesting information on the investigations into allegations of sexual assault, rape and sexual harassment by wannabes at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, […]

Marine

United States Marine Corps Archives – Page 229 of 233

[ad_1] Sean Stackley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (ASN) (Research, Development, and Acquisition (RDA), currently leads the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps acquisition programs under the Department of the Department’s most fiscally austere budget. Defense of recent memory. He has led the GDR since 2008 and has overseen some of the Navy’s most complex shipbuilding […]

Coastguard

The Daily Herald – Diplomas for Completion of Basic Coast Guard Training

[ad_1] The graduation ceremony for ten trainees from Saint-Martin, Aruba and Curaçao. WILLEMSTAD – The first 10 Coast Guards of the New Basic Coast Guard Training (BOK) completed their education and received their diplomas on Friday. The training took place in Curaçao. The young coastguards of Saint Martin, Aruba and Curaçao began their one-year study […]

Coastguard

Myanmar launches coastguard service with initial fleet of four ships

[ad_1] 12 October 2021 by Peter Felstead and Tim Ripley An aerial view of the Single Accommodation Blocks (SLA) at Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire, when they were newly built in 2011. The British Defense Estate contains around 96,000 buildings of all descriptions. (Crown copyright) The UK’s defense arena is too big, costing too much and […]

Marine

ARC Develops AI/ML Maintenance Platform for US Marine Corps Under SBIR Phase III Contract

Arms Research Society (ARC) will develop a predictive maintenance platform for crew-served weapons for the United States Marine Corps under the company’s recently awarded five-year contract, $60 million SBIR Phase III contract. The SBIR Phase III contract with the Department of Defense and General Services Administration enables the ARC to develop systems in support of […]

Shipboard

Size, Growth and Key Companies in Shipboard Incineration Market – Major manufacturers that operate in the global Shipboard Incineration Market are:, Detegasa, TeamTec, Inciner8, ACS, Atlas Incinerators, Alfa Laval

[ad_1] New Jersey, United States, – Verified Market Reports recently published a new study on the Incineration market on board ships with statistical data in tables, pie charts, graphs and figures to provide a better understanding of the market. The report on the current development scenario and emerging market trends. The research report provides a […]

Marine

Planning a life at sea

[ad_1] Some of us hear the call of the sea from an early age. It’s a romantic idea, to go out to sea for a life of adventure, to visit exotic ports of call. Who is attracted to the life of a sailor? A few stereotypes come to mind: a tough, independent lone wolf with […]

Shipboard

DSME’s Shipboard Cybersecurity System Achieves ABS Approval

Image source: DSME Posted on October 5, 2021 at 10:12 p.m. by The Maritime Executive South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. (DSME) plans to help shipowners boost their cybersecurity readiness after gaining certification for a new smart ship solution. As cases of cyberattacks in the maritime industry increase, the South Korean […]

Marine

Merchant Navy cadet says on her website that she was sexually assaulted on a ship during the Year of the Sea

A US Merchant Marine Academy cadet has alleged on a maritime whistleblower website that she was sexually assaulted during her Sea Year training by an engineering supervisor 40 years her senior while she was at aboard a commercial vessel in the Middle East. The allegation was share last week on the website of Maritime Legal […]

Shipboard

L3Harris to build electronic warfare (EW) payloads onboard to protect Navy ships from anti-ship missiles

WASHINGTON- Electronic Warfare (EW) experts aboard US Navy ships are asking L3Harris Technologies Inc. to build special EW payloads to help protect Navy warships from enemy anti-ship cruise missiles. Naval Sea Systems Command officials in Washington on Thursday announced a potential $124 million sole-source contract for the MK 234 series payloads 10/11/12/13 Nulka Advanced Decoy […]

Seaborne

PH to step up maritime patrols – Manila Bulletin

[ad_1] The Philippine government will step up maritime patrols through a strengthened partnership between the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and the Philippine National Police (PNP). The BFAR of the Ministry of Agriculture and the PNP Maritime Group (PNP-MG) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOA) granting PNP personnel the right to embark […]

Marine

United States Merchant Marine Academy faces serious allegations of sexual assault in Cadet Maritime Year

[ad_1] The US Department of Transportation and Maritime Administration is seriously examining an anonymous online report from a US Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) cadet who claims he was sexually assaulted during his Sea Year training, while offering “unwavering support” to the victim. and others who have been sexually assaulted and harassed at the Federal Service […]