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Suez blockade vessel’s owners expected to mount navigation error defence

‘Concentration of risk on huge containerships is a well-known problem… This type of issue can arise anywhere in the world,’ Jai Sharma argues

International Casualty

Gourdomichalis brothers win US legal fight with Pacific Gulf

Three-year legal battle ends with court in Houston, Texas dismissing all claims against Fearless Shipping & Trading

International Dry Bulk

Study reveals gaps in effective Ecdis use

The UK’s Marine Accident Investigation Branch, along with its Danish counterpart, have issued a report on how Ecdis is being used in the hope that improvements can be made to training and the system’s design

Safety Regulation

US ports to reopen after assessing hurricane impact

New Orleans port authority is coordinating with navigation partners and state officials to resume operations as quickly as possible. All terminal operations remain closed

Hurricane Season North America

Grounded Navios bulk carrier refloated off Maldives

An estimated 1,500 tonnes of low-sulphur fuel oil, gasoil and lubricants were transferred to topside tanks to cut the pollution risk

Maldives Navios Group

Minor oil spill on Dutch river after barge and tanker collide

Two inland tankers collided in a river in the Netherlands on Monday, with each vessel sustaining damage. Both were carrying hazardous goods

Netherlands Casualty

Ever Given takes return leg through Suez Canal

The world’s best-known boxship is back in the canal that made its name. Once through, it will head to Singapore for repairs

Middle East and Africa Egypt

Maritime operations limp on inside Beirut’s unrepaired blast zone

In the wake of the economic and political meltdown that has left Lebanon effectively operating as a bankrupt state, the devastation inside Beirut’s port one year on from the explosion that ripped it apart has registered as a mere blip in the country’s long downward spiral

Lebanon Ports and Logistics

Spain once again forced to deal with controversial livestock carrier

Five months after the Spanish authorities were forced to cull 1,600 cattle on board the ageing Lebanese livestock carrier Elbeik, the vessel was back in Spain and caught fire during the weekend. It required a two-day operation to extinguish the flames

Casualty Lebanon
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