আরব আমিরাতের নৌবাহিনী প্রধানের আমন্ত্রণে...

আরব আমিরাতের নৌবাহিনী প্রধানের আমন্ত্রণে… – Defence Research Forum- February 18, 2021 আরব আমিরাতের নৌবাহিনী প্রধানের আমন্ত্রণে আন্তর্জাতিক সমরাস্ত্র...

আরব আমিরাতের নৌবাহিনী প্রধানের আমন্ত্রণে আন্তর্জাতিক সমরাস্ত্র প্রদর্শনীতে যোগ দিচ্ছেন বাংলাদেশ নৌবাহিনী প্রধান।
posted on: Feb 21, 2021

USS Russell Challenges Beijing’s Claims...

USS Russell Challenges Beijing’s Claims To Spratly Island Navigation – gCaptain PACIFIC OCEAN (Feb. 17, 2021) The guided-missile destroyer...

USS Russell Challenges Beijing’s Claims To Spratly Island Navigation
posted on: Feb 18, 2021

India has its way on...

India has its way on Chinese projects in North Sri Lanka  by EditorFebruary 14, 2021 By P.K.Balachandran/newsin.asia Colombo, February 14:...

India has its way on Chinese projects in North Sri Lanka
posted on: Feb 15, 2021

How Internet has improved life...

How Internet has improved life of seafarers onboard – SAFETY4SEA It is known that internet has dynamically entered into...

How Internet has improved life of seafarers onboard
posted on: Feb 15, 2021
Crew Of MV Anastasia Stranded At Chinese Port Gets Permission To Return To India

Crew Of MV Anastasia Stranded At Chinese Port Gets Permission To Return To India...

posted on: Feb 9, 2021

Crew Of MV Anastasia Stranded At Chinese Port Gets Permission To Return To India February 5, 2021 After much negotiations, China has finally agreed to release the crew of MV Anastasia who was stranded at the Caofeidian port of China because the Chinese officials denied permission for the unloading of the Australian coal cargo carried by the vessel. The ship was stuck in China since September 20 and now China has agreed to allow crew change which would release 16 Indian seafarers who were trapped there in dire conditions. China Approves Crew Change According to an External Affairs Ministry statement issued on February 4, the Chinese authorities have approved the crew change of 16 Indian sailors of MV Anastasia. Image Credits: twitter/change.orghttps://e4f84b2edccafd8d55a5350812cd1887.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said, “after sustained follow up by our embassy in Beijing, the Chinese central authorities have conveyed their clearance to the local foreign office...

Western Marine fails to build ship, now sued by Dubai co

Western Marine fails to build ship, now sued by Dubai co...

posted on: Feb 8, 2021

Western Marine fails to build ship, now sued by Dubai co  Al Rashid Shipping files an admiralty suit demanding a refund of nearly $5m Mehedi Al Amin The Business Standard 06 February, 2021 Photo/Courtesy  Western Marine Shipyard’s deal with the Dubai-based company Al Rashid Shipping Ltd could have been a testament to Bangladesh’s craftsmanship – with three made-in-Bangladesh vessels carrying the UAE flag traversing the seas and delivering goods across the globe. But, instead, the deal signed in 2018 ended up in a very expensive lawsuit. Al Rashid Shipping filed an admiralty suit against Western Marine, demanding a refund of around $5 million and accusing the Bangladeshi shipyard of missing its delivery deadline.In a petition submitted to the High Court in June last year, Al Rashid Shipping stated that the demanded sum included payments made so far, expenses incurred, loss of profit, interest, and legal expenses. It had already...

Colombo Port: For an independent movement of the working class to fight the privatisation of Colombo Port! Oppose anti-Indian campaign! Fight for a socialist program!

Colombo Port: For an independent movement of the working class to fight the privatisation of Colombo Port! Oppose anti-Indian campaign! Fight for a socialist program!...

posted on: Feb 5, 2021

World Socialist Web Site 5 February 2021 Statement of the Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka)The Sri Lankan government announced on Monday that it will “develop” the Colombo Port’s Eastern Container Terminal (ECT) under the Ports Authority, reneging on an earlier agreement with India and Japan to run the terminal as a joint venture. The government, in an attempt to appease India, has offered to develop the port’s western terminal as a privately-owned facility. President Gotabhaya Rajapakse’s cabinet took the decision in response to agitation by the port unions, which lined up with Sinhala-Buddhist extremists, to demand the terminal not be sold to India. The unions’ virulent anti-Indian campaign was launched to divide workers’ opposition to privatisation and pit them against their class brothers and sisters in India. Colombo Port workers protesting against privatisation in August 2020. Placard shows India eating Sri Lanka (Photo: WSWS Media) Following the government’s announcement,...

Weekly Vessel Valuations Report, February 02 2020

Weekly Vessel Valuations Report, February 02 2020...

posted on: Feb 5, 2021

Weekly Vessel Valuations Report, February 02 2020 in Weekly Vessel Valuations Report 02/02/2021 Tanker:  Modern Suezmax values have firmed. VLCC Zin Trader (298,700 DWT, Apr 2000, Hitachi) sold to Chinese buyers for USD 21.70 mil, VV value USD 20.77 mil. Suezmaxes Hull 5057 and Hull 5058 (157,300 DWT, Jan & March 2022, Daehan) sold to Euronav in an en bloc deal for USD 112.00 mil, VV en bloc value USD 110.02 mil – Resale. Bulker:  Panamax values have firmed. Panamax Key Evolution (83,400 DWT, Dec 2010, Sanoyas) sold to Castor Maritime for USD 15.25 mil, VV value USD 14.36 mil. Panamax Fortune Sunny (82,300 DWT, Sep 2008, Oshima) sold for USD 13.70 mil, VV value USD 11.70...

Bangladesh to purchase six LNG tankers

Bangladesh to purchase six LNG tankers

posted on: Feb 4, 2021

Bangladesh to purchase six LNG tankers Prothom Alo English Desk Dhaka 4 February 2021, A representational image. A liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker. Bangladesh Shipping Corporation (BSC) is going to purchase six LNG tankers for transporting liquefied natural gas (LNG), said an official release on Thursday. The LNG ship purchase proposal by the BSC was formally revealed in the inter-ministerial meeting at the Shipping Ministry conference room in Dhaka on Thursday, reports BSS. State minister for shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury chaired the meeting.Advertisement The estimated cost of the six tankers, with a capacity of 140,000 cubic meters, 174,000 cubic meters and 180,000 cubic meters, has been fixed at Tk 106.02 billion (10,602 crore). Shipping secretary Mohammad Mejbah Uddin Chowdhury, BSC’s managing director commodore Suman Mahmud Sabbir, joint secretary of the energy division Sheikh Akhter Hossen, Petrobangla director Ali Mohammad Al Mamun and Rupantarita Prakritik Gas Company Limited managing director...

MarEngr A H M Mamun 15E no more……

MarEngr A H M Mamun 15E no more……

posted on: Feb 4, 2021

MarEngr A H M Mamun 15E no more…… “Inna lillahi wa inna ilihi rajiun”. Fought against corona for over 4 weeks and breathed his last on 3 Feb 2021 night (possibly on 4th early-morning). His son Rhyme (in Singapore) and his brother M. Nabi (beside Mamun in Liberia) confirmed a few minutes ago. He was engaged in the education of the LMTI; Liberian Maritime Training Institute. Before that, he served BSC, Hong Lam Marine (Singapore), and UK MCA. May Allah SWT reward him with Jannatul Ferdous and also give patience and courage to his family to accept this great loss. The family and the friends are working to bring his body to Bangladesh with his younger brother Nabi who arrived in Liberia on 26 January...

বাংলাদেশের দুষ্প্রাপ্য ছবি সমগ্র:  ১৯৭০ সালে বয়ে যাওয়া সাইক্লোনে একটি জাহাজ মনপুরা দ্বীপে

বাংলাদেশের দুষ্প্রাপ্য ছবি সমগ্র: ১৯৭০ সালে বয়ে যাওয়া সাইক্লোনে একটি জাহাজ মনপুরা দ্বীপে...

posted on: Feb 4, 2021

বাংলাদেশের দুষ্প্রাপ্য ছবি সমগ্র বাংলাদেশের দুষ্প্রাপ্য ছবি Binoy Amin Binoy‎ বাংলাদেশের দুষ্প্রাপ্য ছবি সমগ্র February 1 , 2021 ১৯৭০ সালে বয়ে যাওয়া সাইক্লোনে একটি জাহাজ মনপুরা দ্বীপে ( ভোলা – চরায় ) আটকে গিয়েছিল । ( ১২/১৩ নভেম্বর ) ছবি প্রকাশ ১৯ শে নভেম্বর ১৯৭০ সাল...

Rogue Captain’s Mid-Ocean Detour Tips Investors to Humanitarian Crisis at Sea

Rogue Captain’s Mid-Ocean Detour Tips Investors to Humanitarian Crisis at Sea...

posted on: Feb 4, 2021

Rogue Captain’s Mid-Ocean Detour Tips Investors to Humanitarian Crisis at Sea Photo: By Anatoly Menzhiliy / Shutterstock Bloomberg February 1, 2021 By Alastair Marsh (Bloomberg) — Terence Tsai started hearing about the growing labor crisis in shipping in a roundabout way. First, in March, an official at a ship management company in Hong Kong let slip that a captain had purposefully diverted a vessel under its control into the middle of the ocean to protest the treatment of himself and his crew. Then, from the head of a large Asian shipping company, Tsai heard about a captain who wanted to attend his son’s funeral in Eastern Europe. It took more than two months and a mountain of paperwork to surmount Covid-era port restrictions and travel complications to get him on a flight back home. As the stories started piling up, Tsai, a shipping industry analyst at London-based Fidelity International, began to realize he was getting...

A “beggar-thy-neighbour” approach keeps seafarers stranded

A “beggar-thy-neighbour” approach keeps seafarers stranded...

posted on: Feb 4, 2021

A “beggar-thy-neighbor” approach keeps seafarers stranded SANDRA TSUI Lowy Institute 3 February 2021 Some countries have banned crew rotations. Somehave tight limits. A few are open. So a crisis continues.Container, ore and oil storage at Rotterdam Port in the Netherlands (Frans Lemmens/Getty Images)Published 3 Feb 2021 12:00   0 Comments  When a business manager is willing to spend US$200,000 to send home five employees whose contracts have expired and bring five colleagues to replace them on the spot, later telling a reporter the cost was the least of their worries, you can be sure a crisis is involved. In this case, it is on the open sea, far away from the eyes of the world. But the victims of this tragedy also happen to be the people who move 90% of world trade – bringing food, medicine, fuel and other necessitites where they are demanded. The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)...

Over 300 Entities Sign Declaration to Help Resolve the Crew Change Crisis at Sea

Over 300 Entities Sign Declaration to Help Resolve the Crew Change Crisis at Sea...

posted on: Jan 31, 2021

Over 300 Entities Sign Declaration to Help Resolve the Crew Change Crisis at Sea – gCaptain Photo: UNCTAD January 25, 2021 More than 300 companies and organizations from around the world are throwing their support behind efforts to resolve the ongoing crew change crisis by signing the Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, hundreds of thousands of seafarers from across the globe have been left stranded working aboard ships beyond the expiration of their initial contracts and are unable to be relieved. This crisis has escalated to an unprecedented humanitarian crisis as seafarers suffer the consequences of long periods at sea, such as fatigue and an overall decrease in physical and mental wellbeing. It also increases the risk of maritime incidents and environmental disasters, and poses a threat to the integrity of maritime supply chains, which carry 90% of global trade....

Coronavirus: Seafarers stuck at sea ‘a humanitarian crisis’

Coronavirus: Seafarers stuck at sea ‘a humanitarian crisis’...

posted on: Jan 31, 2021

Coronavirus: Seafarers stuck at sea ‘a humanitarian crisis’ BBC Jonathan Josephs & Mary-Ann Russon – Business reporters, BBC News January 25, 2021 The fate of more than 200,000 seafarers who play a crucial role in keeping global trade flowing is being labelled a “humanitarian crisis at sea”. More than 300 firms and organisations are urging for them to be treated as “key workers”, so they can return home without risking public health. More than 90% of global trade – from household goods to medical supplies – is moved by sea. But governments have banned crew from coming ashore amid Covid-19 fears. Large firms including shipping titan AP Moller-Maersk, oil firms BP and Shell, consumer giant Unilever and mining groups Rio Tinto and Vale, as well as maritime transporters, unions, the World Economic Forum (WEF) and other supply chain partners have signed the Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew...

Trapped by Pandemic, Ships’ Crews Fight Exhaustion and Despair

Trapped by Pandemic, Ships’ Crews Fight Exhaustion and Despair...

posted on: Jan 31, 2021

Sailors Trapped by Covid-19 Fight Exhaustion and Despair – The New York Times When borders closed, seafarers on ships around the world suddenly had no way home. Half a year later, there’s no solution in sight. Nilesh Mukherjee, the chief officer, on the bridge of a tanker off Tuxpan, Mexico. The pandemic has stalled the replacement of cargo ships’ crew members, leaving hundreds of thousands in limbo.Credit…via Nilesh Mukherjee By Aurora Almendral Sept. 9, 2020 BANGKOK — Ralph Santillan, a merchant seaman from the Philippines, hasn’t had shore leave in half a year. It has been 18 months since he reported for duty on his ship, which hauls corn, barley and other commodities around the world. It has been even longer since he saw his wife and son. “There’s nothing I can do,” Mr. Santillan said late last month from his ship, a 965-foot bulk carrier off South Korea....

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