A Navios Maritime Containers-operated boxship has lost three containers in Australian waters, according to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA).
Abu Dhabi Ports’ subsidiary Safeen has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Federal Transport Authority (FTA) – Land & Maritime to provide emergency response services and support maritime rescue operations across territorial waters.
Marking the International Day of the Seafarer, the UK Government has today announced it will host the first international summit on the impact of Covid-19 on crew changes.
The crew change crisis was in the spotlight at the Seatrade Shiptech webinar on ‘Crew Welfare and the Skills Challenge’, and how technology can alleviate mental issues for seafarers who remain stuck on their vessels.
On the IMO’s International Day of the Seafarer on 25 June we are highlighting the role of The Missions to Seafarers in ensuring the wellbeing of crew across the globe especially in these challenging times.
The 37,322-dwt bulker Bluebill was northbound transiting in ballast condition when it suffered a collision with the Gamboa Bridge, located on the east side of the Gaillard Cut at the Chagres River.
With 25 June marking the annual IMO ‘Day of the Seafarer’ Intercargo has again highlighted the plight of seafarers stranded on their vessels and says its fortunate there have not been fatal accidents at sea.
Fifteen Filipino crew members onboard the Hong Kong-flagged vessel PTI Sextans arrested in Panama are being repatriated on humanitarian grounds despite Covid-19 restrictions.
The ongoing crew change crisis was top of the agenda for International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) chairman Esben Poulsson in his keynote remarks at the opening of the Informa Markets Digital Maritime Week.
It’s turned into one of the most serious stories in recent years involving shipping – the crew change crisis.