US Congress representatives introduced the Cruise Passenger Protection Act to strengthen passenger safety on cruise ships. The CPPA would build on the passenger safety measures signed into law in the 2010 Cruise Vessel Security and Safety Act.
USCG Cruise Ship National Center of Expertise (CSNCOE) has issued the latest edition of its newsletter referring to the top five deficiency areas found on cruise vessels.
AECO and the IAATO have found a way for cruise operators to share years of depth soundings from the Arctic and Antarctica
Amendments to SOLAS regulations III/19.2.2 and III/19.2.3 will enter into force on 1 January, 2015, and introduce mandatory requirements for passenger mustering and briefing before or on departure, for ships which are engaged in international voyages lasting more than 24 hours. The amendments were adopted by Resolution MSC.350(92).
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) will be participating in Operation Nanook 2014 from 25-29 August 2014
The National Transportation Safety Board released the agenda and list of panelists for the forum, Cruise Ships: Examining Safety, Operations and Oversight, scheduled for March 25-26.
Lessons learned: Restricted visibility leads to collision26/01/2020
Lessons learned: Collision during 'starboard-to-starboard' passing26/01/2020
Rhine river traffic delayed from bomb disposal at Cologne25/01/2020
Submariners row across the Atlantic25/01/2020
President Trump strikes for a trade deal with EU and UK24/01/2020
- Maritime Health
Shipping industry alerts on coronavirus outbreak24/01/2020
UK Sec-Gen: Climate change will destroy people’s capacity living on the planet24/01/2020
Infographic: Maritime Singapore’s performance in 201924/01/2020
Low Rhine water levels reduce loading rates24/01/2020
- Women in shipping
Danish initiative for more women in shipping gains momentum24/01/2020