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Greek master dies in ore carrier fire

Dry bulk operator Maran Dry Management declined to identify the 40-year-old master, but said his family had been notified and is ‘being supported’

South America Brazil

Anglo-Eastern will roll out digital solution for fleet

The digital solution integrates previously disparate processes to optimise planning, weather routing, fuel consumption and speed of a vessel

Crewing Ship Management

Crew abducted from vessel off Equatorial Guinea

Seven crew were abducted by assailants while the anchor handler was carrying out offshore field operations

Singapore Offshore

Lloyd’s List SAMEA Awards celebrates maritime excellence across the board

Abu Dhabi Ports Co, Allcargo Logistics, AISSOT, law firm HFW, CMA CGM and the stakeholders driving the Poseidon principles and the Getting to Zero Coalition have received awards at this year’s Lloyd’s List SAMEA Awards

Events Middle East and Africa

Houthi militia seizes Saudi tug in Red Sea

South Korea has reportedly demanded the release of the vessel and its crew, but the Houthi group wants to run ownership checks before committing to a release

Saudi Arabia Piracy and Security

Seafarers would change jobs for internet access

The vast majority of seafarers without internet access would change jobs to receive it, according to a new survey by Danica

Crewing Safety

Misdeclared cargoes accounting for more container fires

Current statistics show that a serious fire is occurring every 30 days, rather than every 60 days, says TT Club, and the issue needs to be addressed through collaboration

Containers Casualty

Accident report finds naval vessel failed to follow procedures

The accident investigation report said in several instances the navy vessel did not follow procedures. It recommended heightened crew training among other suggestions

Tankers and Gas Casualty

Viewpoint: Learning from the past

What shines out of this account of the last chapter of deepwater sailing ships is the fortitude of that generation of seafarers, the insecurity of the life they lived when casual labour was king, and the utter isolation for months on end

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