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Autonomous shipping set for next step on the journey

Finferries’ vessel Falco has been operated autonomously and controlled remotely. It is the next step in progress towards a digital future for shipping. However we should expect the occasional bump along the way

Rolls-Royce Technology and Innovation

Finferries demonstrates world-first autonomous vessel

Finferries, the Finnish state-owned operator, has successfully demonstrated the world’s first fully autonomous and remotely controlled ferry, using Rolls-Royce Marine technologies

Finland Rolls-Royce

Ukraine and Russia spar at IMO

A host of countries speaking at the IMO, including Germany, the US and the UK, have all condemned Russia for its attack and called for the release of the Ukrainian sailors

Europe Ukraine

Viewpoint: Smoke signals

An agency ought to be providing masters with some sort of global analysis of the prosecution risk

Regulation Crewing

Ships using Kerch Strait still face risks

Swedish Club P&I Ukraine correspondents do not expect problems for Russian and Ukrainian seafarers but warn of potentially prolonged detentions

Europe Russian Federation

Viewpoint: Importance of mental health

It is not unreasonable to suggest that the facility of the internet, which may connect the seafarer with loved ones on shore, may also magnify the sense of helplessness at being unable to assist in solving problems thousands of miles away

Viewpoint Crewing

Seafarers win a better basic wage as shipowners seek to limit rise

Seafarer trade unions and shipowner representatives agree to a $27 increase in the minimum wage by 2021

International Chamber of Shipping Crewing

How can Hong Kong see off maritime challengers?

Hong Kong has slipped in the ranking of Asia Pacific maritime hubs and faces fierce competition from local and regional rivals. Nevertheless, the SAR could do more to raise its profile

Hong Kong Containers

Union pushes for increase in seafarer minimum wage

The shipping trade union’s general secretary will be leading negotiations with shipowners in Geneva this week

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