Τhe Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) completed the first sea-based flight test for the AG600 “Kunlong,” the world’s largest currently-operating flying boat.
The American P&I Club’s Loss Prevention published a video, in which Danielle Centeno – Vice President, Loss Prevention/Survey Compliance – discusses three keys to safe boarding.
With Pacific people coming second in the list of the highest drowning fatalities amount in Auckland, Tagata Pacifika published the video below, presenting tips to remain safe in the water. Specifically, Tagata Pacifika’s reporter John Pulu talked with water-safety experts, which shared their tips to prevent drowning accidents.
In an official hearing on Commercial and Passenger Vessel Safety on Thursday, the head of NTSB’s Marine Safety Office critiqued the US Coast Guard’s willingness to bolster safety rules for passenger vessels, on the aftermath of three fatal incidents involving small vessels in US waters.
On the occasion of Global Maritime Forum 2019 underway in Singapore, maritime leaders reiterated their common ambition to make the maritime industry safer, agreeing the industry Golden Safety Rules and ideas on how they could be implemented and used, as part of the ‘Together in Safety’ initiative.
The port authority of Rotterdam and North Sea Port conducted tests using an underwater robot that will be used to inspect quays, given that inspections are still being conducted by divers; The partners aim to replace the divers with robots for safety reasons.
The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) has gathered industry experts from South East Asia countries in Cape Town this week, to share knowledge in the development of safety and security for fishermen onboard fishing vessels.
Cruise ships are changing routes in the last few days to avoid the Tropical Storm Dorian which is to affect the Caribbean. The storm is on track to hit the Caribbean, including Puerto Rico, an island still struggling to recover after devastation of Hurricane Maria in 2017.
The UK’s Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) published a video advising what one can do and can act to float on water and not drown. Following its ‘Respect the water’ campaign, falling into cold water shocks the body.
The US Navy put into service USS Billings, America’s eight Freedom-variant Freedom-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS). The ship is designed to conduct close-to-shore missions. The ship will be homeported in Mayport, Florida.
World’s first self-unloading transshipment delivered18/01/2021
Reducing methane emissions from oil and gas: A ten-step roadmap for policy makers18/01/2021
Ports of Guangzhou sets stricter procedures on crew changes18/01/2021
New project seeks to accelerate SOFC technology for shipping decarbonization18/01/2021
Shell joins ITF's Corporate Partnership Board to address key shipping challenges18/01/2021
Sub-Saharan Africa to open its first offshore LNG receiving terminal18/01/2021
Five US Gulf Coast terminals join Green Marine aiming to a greener future18/01/2021
Watch: Cargo vessel sinks off Black Sea, at least three dead18/01/2021
TSB Canada investigation: Misinterpretation of navigational information led to grounding of SAR vessel18/01/2021
- Maritime Health
Singapore to vaccinate 37,000 workers in maritime, aviation within 2 months18/01/2021
- Maritime Health
Update January 18: Live map depicts spread of coronavirusSeafarers
MPA Singapore implements sea launch transfer for crew changeSeafarers
Philippines adds more countries on temporary ban for crew changesCasualties
Transport Malta investigation: Two crew members lost overboard after waves wash over poop deck
Trending Now2020 sulphur cap accident reports Arctic China container ships COVID-19 cruise ships digitalization DNV GL EU green practices IMO lessons learned LNG as a fuel Maersk maritime piracy maritime security offshore operations oil and gas industry ports reducing shipping emissions reports safety measures shipping industry shipping market sm sustainability UK US USCG