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Shipboard Incineration Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Incineration market on board ships should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Shipboard Incineration report shows the likely direction of the market […]

Coastguard

Coast Guard helped save nearly 474 lives in 2021

The Coast Guard helped save 474 lives last year, according to the organization’s year-end statement released Thursday. The press release records an overall increase of 12% in the number of coordinated incidents in 2021 with the largest increases in activity in April and July. In April, crews responded to 249 incidents compared to 139 in […]

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Swimmers rescued by Coast Guard at Seaham after rising tide begins

Seaham and Hartlepool GUARDS have warned members of the public of rising tides after coming to the rescue of ‘lucky’ open water swimmers who ran into trouble earlier this week. Rescue services, which are patrolling the northeastern coastline, were called to Seaton Carew yesterday (December 29) at 8 a.m. after reports of people in difficulty […]

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The Berwick Coastguard Rescue Team rescued a dog trapped on a riverbank near the ruins of Berwick Castle

The team was dispatched at 2.30am on Wednesday December 30, after receiving reports of a dog trapped on a riverbank near the ruins of Berwick Castle. When they arrived at the scene, the team found the owners of the dogs, who had been searching for hours. The team decided to continue research, in order to […]

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Hartlepool Coastguard has been called to report swimmers in difficulty at Seaton Carew as a tidal warning is issued

Hartlepool and Seaham Coastguard and Hartlepool RNLI were telephoned at 8.18am yesterday (Wednesday December 29) to a report of swimmers struggling in the water at Seaton Carew. Upon arrival, the open water swimmers had managed to make it back to dry land and were checked by Coastguard rescue officers before heading home. Rescue teams, who […]

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With the first on-board radar running, Raytheon is looking to upgrade SPY-6 for distributed operations

WASHINGTON — Even as Raytheon Missiles and Defense builds and installs its first SPY-6 radars, it is also working with the US Navy to add new functions to the radars with a software tool that would connect ships’ radars for a better view of threats. potential on the ocean. Four versions of the SPY-6 radar […]

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No need for reindeer as Santa flies high in a Coastguard Helicopter

SANTA CLAUS took time out of his busy schedule this morning (Friday) to deliver festive cheer to Shetlanders aboard the Coastguard helicopter based in Sumburgh. On the annual flyover, no reindeer were needed as it traveled to West Shetland after leaving the helicopter base at 9.30am. He must go around the islands and return by […]

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Lucky kayaker alive and returned home for Christmas thanks to Coast Guard volunteers, Surf Life Saving and Whanganui Police

Friday, December 24, 2021, 11:05 a.m.Press release: New Zealand Coast Guard Exiting the Whanganui River to cross the bar at low tide and with a strong westerly wind was not in favor of an experienced kayaker yesterday. Shortly before 6 p.m., Wanganui Coast Guard volunteers were alerted by a member of the public who saw […]

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Coast Guard and RNLI issue public safety appeal for Christmas and New Years

The Coast Guard and RNLI are calling on the public to exercise caution when participating in any activity on or near water during the Christmas and New Years period, and to be aware of the restrictions in place to cope to the COVID pandemic. With many traditional Christmas and New Year’s swims canceled, anyone planning […]

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QLDC system ‘failed’: Coastguard | Otago Daily Times News Online

There has been a systemic failure within the Queenstown Lakes District Council over its new maritime patrol contract, said Wanaka Lakes Coastguard spokesman Jonathan Walmisley. But Queenstown Lakes District Council said last night the role of Harbor Master is about education. The police, not the harbor master’s office, must be called in an emergency. Mr […]

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British Coast Guard Charged With Manslaughter By Humanitarian Group Following Channel’s Death | World | News

Last Friday, the humanitarian association Utopia 56 lodged a complaint for manslaughter accusing the French maritime prefect of the Channel and the North Sea, the Gris-Nex Regional Operational Center for Surveillance and Rescue and the British Coast Guard not to do enough to stop the deaths of 27 migrants. Lawyers for the group said the […]

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Coastguard rescues victim of ‘medical incident’ on fishing boat off Clevedon beach

A person has been taken to hospital after suffering a ‘medical incident’ on board a fishing boat off Clevedon this afternoon. HM Coastguard was alerted to the incident in progress to a fishing boat anchored off Clevedon Beach at around 1.30pm today (21 December). Photos taken from the beach showed a ship in the water […]

Marine

Best Ships: Distinctive Deliveries of 2021

Written by Nick blenkey SSG Michael H. Ollis (Photo credit: Eastern Shipbuilding Group) SSG Michael H. Ollis: First of three new Staten Island ferries Built by Eastern Shipbuilding Group, the 320 feet long by 70 feet beam SSG Michael H. Ollis is the lead ship in a new series of 4,500 passenger ferries built for […]

Seaborne

Maritime traffic on the Northern Sea Route as of December 17 exceeds 33.5 million tonnes

Volume is expected to exceed 34 million tonnes by year-end results The volume of maritime traffic on the Northern Sea Route (NSR, Sevmorput), as of December 17, 2021, reached more than 33.5 million tonnes, Rosatom said. The figures are based on freight traffic statistics provided by the Maritime Operations Headquarters, Atomflot (part of the National […]

Marine

Maersk Tankers and bp test a mixture of marine biofuels in product tankers

(bp tanker file photo) Posted on Dec. 2021 3:06 PM by The maritime executive In one of the most prestigious biofuel tests, bp and Maersk Tankers, with the support of the Danish Maritime Authority, have carried out tests using marine fuel mixed with biofuels in tankers. They said this demonstrates that sustainable biofuels can be […]

Marine

SnakeWays and Can Marine announce partnership – Digital Ship

Maritime software and solutions provider SnakeWays and Can Marine Systems have announced a partnership that will see Singapore-based Can Marine become the primary distributor of marine communications services developed by Munich-headquartered SnakeWays. SnakeWays is developing a new generation of ship-to-shore communication services using the latest technologies available. The result is a modular, cloud-based suite of […]

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The former coast guard station with stunning sea views which has an uncertain future

When you stand on Bracelet Bay Beach in Mumbles and gaze out to sea you are sure to be struck by some of the best views across Swansea Bay. This scenic stretch of sandy beach can get busy with families in the summer, but you can also feel like you’re a world away from the […]

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Firefighters and Coastguards rush to Hartlepool Harbor after boat catches fire

Fire and Coastguards were called to Hartlepool Dock after a boat caught fire at sea. The crew of the vessel, which was described as a pleasure craft, sounded the alarm around 2.30pm on Thursday after noticing smoke billowing from the engine room. The boat was brought to the Old Victoria Dock in Hartlepool, where Cleveland […]

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Raytheon set to build more RIM-162 ESSM Block 2 shipboard missiles that provide increased maneuverability

WASHINGTON- Missile experts from Raytheon Technologies Corp. will continue to build next-generation shipboard missiles through 2023 that can defeat a wide variety of aircraft and missile threats with an active radar seeker that can operate independently of the launcher under the terms of a $269 million order dollars announced Tuesday. . U.S. Naval Sea Systems […]

Marine

Rising commercial traffic has helped Marine Atlantic endure pandemic upheaval

An increase in commercial traffic, due in large part to a shift to online shopping and an increase in shipments of construction materials during the pandemic, has helped Marine Atlantic get through one of the most difficult years in its history in 2020 -2021. But that was not enough to offset some significant losses as […]

Seaborne

State-of-the-art Russian helicopter carriers will provide flight deck for maritime drones – Army & Defense

MOSCOW, December 14. /TASS/. Project 23900 multi-purpose amphibious assault ships Ivan Rogov and Mitrofan Moskalenko currently under construction at the Zaliv shipyard in Kerch on the Crimean Peninsula will be adapted to carry attack and reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles, said a shipbuilding industry source told TASS on Tuesday. “In addition to carrying a maritime helicopter […]

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British Coast Guard “ask refugees in British waters to contact French” | Immigration and asylum

Refugees crossing the Channel to the UK in small boats ask UK Coast Guard to review their procedures after claiming authorities routinely redirected them to French emergency services after making 999 calls in what they believe to be the British part of the English Channel. Relatives and survivors of the mass tragedy in the English […]

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Column: China and India solve local coal supply, but maritime prices remain high: Russell

An excavator sifts through low-grade coal dunes near a coal mine in Pingdingshan, Henan province, China November 5, 2021. REUTERS/Aly Song Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LAUNCESTON, Australia, Dec 13 (Reuters) – China and India appear to have largely resolved their domestic coal supply problems, but their success in boosting production […]

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State-of-the-art maritime platform being developed to carry deck-based drones – Military & Defense

MOSCOW, December 13. /TASS/. Russia is developing a state-of-the-art navy platform that will serve as a flight deck for tactical and reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles, a shipbuilding industry source told TASS on Monday. “Today, work is underway to design a multi-purpose platform for the Navy to carry large numbers of tactical drones and unmanned aerial […]

Seaborne

Demand for maritime LPG is higher this year despite a mixed picture from one region to another

The global LPG maritime trade has improved this year, which has helped LPG shipping companies. In its latest weekly report, shipping broker Banchero Costa said “Global LPG trade has remained fairly positive so far in 2021, despite the global impact of COVID-19. Even in 2020, total LPG imports by sea increased + 0.9% year-on-year to […]

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Engineers teach marine robots to navigate ocean currents

Engineers from the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) have developed an AI algorithm to help an autonomous drone swim, using ocean currents to aid its navigation. Eventually, these marine robots could explore the oceans of Earth and other worlds, such as Europe, by monitoring the conditions of environments inaccessible to humans. “When we want robots […]

Marine

USCG: No place for sexual assault at sea

Written by Nick blenkey CGIS Tips applications allow victims and witnesses to contact investigators anonymously As disclosures in ‘Midshipman X’ case still cast a shadow over the shipping industry, Coast Guard warns that sexual assault has no place in the maritime profession and that offenders will be held accountable for their actions . He encourages […]

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Norway considers alternatives to NH90 to meet coast guard requirements

08 December 2021 by Giles Ebbutt Ravenswood has upgraded some of its MGTS components for the British Army TESIK contract: FREDI-T (left), O / C / M tablet (center), ECM emulator (right). (Giles Ebbutt) Ravenswood Solutions developed new capabilities for its Tactical Engagement Simulation System instrumentation for British Army training facilities in Kenya, which were […]

Marine

Sailor killed in California crash while helping motorists

A US Navy was killed early Monday morning in southern California when struck by a box truck while assisting motorists on the side of the freeway, authorities said. The Marine had helped a couple in an SUV that crashed on Interstate 5 in Oceanside, Calif., About 55 miles north of San Diego, around 3:30 a.m. […]

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Use of social networks – Navy and Coast Guard Agency

We use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube and our blogs to communicate with you. Our official social media channels and blogs are managed by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) communications team. If you follow our channels, you can expect regular posts covering: news and press releases safety messages regarding the use of the coast […]

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New Coast Guard Partnerships Help Kiwis Stay Safe on the Water

Each year, the 2,000 Coast Guard volunteers help bring more than 8,000 kiwis home safely to mainland – across the coasts, major rivers and lakes of Aotearoa. Photo / Chronicle of Whanganui Coastguard, and its new partner Tower, are calling on all boaters to prepare for a safe summer. After another year of containment, the […]

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New boat doubles Bay of Islands coastguard’s rescue capacity

The new Bay of Islands Coast Guard boat, with Keith Wallace, Ayden Armitage, Richard Ainsley, Bob Hoffman (skipper), Darlene Haverkamp (skipper), Blair Stanley and Phil Snowdon (chairman) on board. Bay of Islands Coastguard has doubled its rescue capacity with a new boat at the Paihia wharf as the group of volunteers prepare for what is […]

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Navy CH-53Ks Partners with Navy to Test Future Concepts of Force Operations

United States Marine Corps Pfc. Zackary Riffle with Combat Logistics Battalion 24, Combat Logistics Regiment 2, 2nd Marine Logistics Group waits for a CH-53K King Stallion to take off during an Albatross Helicopter Support Team operation from the tactical landing zone at Camp Lejeune, N.C., Nov. 19. US MARINE CORPS / Lance Cpl. Meshaq Hylton […]

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Japanese coastguard rescue man stranded for 22 hours on overturned boat

Construction worker hanging from the propeller shaft on his overturned boat (Japan Coastguard) Posted on Dec 1, 2019 2021 17:27 by The maritime executive The Japanese Coast Guard rescued a construction worker who ran aground at sea on his overturned boat for 22 hours. They released video of the rescue operation with swimmers reaching the […]

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China redraws the maritime LNG map and turns to America for supplies

China redrew the map of global LNG trade by sea this year, dismissing trade disputes with America, to dramatically raise the overall ton-mile scenario for LNG carriers, which have achieved record gains more than $300,000 a day in the past month. The United States is now China’s second largest LNG supplier, having overtaken Qatar, Malaysia […]