In a welcome development that could have far-reaching consequences for crew changes in India, the Directorate-General of Shipping (DGS) has approved a proposal to allow international seafarers on cargo vessels to sign off at Indian ports. The...
With the pandemic continuing to spread around the globe, the need for uninterrupted operation of international shipping, remains vital the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) has emphasised
The third wave of Covid-19 infections in Hong Kong likely represents a setback for those hoping to see a greater easing on restrictions on travel and crew change by nations around the world.
Pirates have kidnapped 15 seafarers from a Liberian-flagged tanker 244 nm south of Cotonou in Benin, Dryad Global reported.
In another step forward in getting crew exchanges moving again Dubai is allowing the resumption of crew changes at all ports and anchorage areas.
Maybe we shouldn’t be surprised at the disappointing governmental attendance at the recent summit on crew changes.
The Isle of Man Ship Registry (IOM) is set to launch what it describes as the first ever seafarer welfare app designed by a ship registry.