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A welfare charity in Mauritius has called for the release of the Wakashio crew, detained now for a year. This follows a similar call by the International Transport Workers Federation
In a bid for the voice of nautical professionals to be heard, a Maritime Professional Council has been formed to offer professional advice and will be launched in London next month
The IMO’s legal committee, which took place last week, heard a proposal to potentially set up a mutual emergency fund for seafarers to support crews in cases of abandonment
The seafarers’ union says the detention without charge of the Wakashio’s crew in Mauritius highlights the persistent problem of governments scapegoating seafarers after big casualties
Interest in digitalisation has grown so fast over the past year that adding a few more satellites will not satisfy demand for long. Inmarsat’s newly unveiled Orchestra, an integrated capability, will avoid the need to continually reinvent the wheel
‘With profound sadness, we understand the incident on Mercer Street... has resulted in the deaths of two crew members on board: A Romanian national and a UK national,’ the company says
The reports found that ongoing issues relating to crew travel, uncertainty regarding leave, and an almost complete and universal ban on shore leave are taking a ‘negative toll’ on seafarers
IMO knocks back proposal to speed up casualty investigations, behind the scenes of the Lloyd’s Open Forum dispute, and how to train seafarers for a changing future
US charities have vaccinated more than 35,000 foreign seafarers in US ports, as new vaccination initiatives in Canada, Germany, Cyprus, the Netherlands and Belgium have begun
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