Marwa Elselehdar: ‘I was blamed...

Marwa Elselehdar: ‘I was blamed for blocking the Suez Canal’ – BBC News By Joshua CheethamBBC NewsPublished1 day agoSharecloseShare...

Marwa Elselehdar: ‘I was blamed for blocking the Suez Canal’
posted on: Apr 4, 2021

MSC Warns Against Arctic Shipping...

The Maersk containership Venta Maersk transits the Northern Sea Route on a one-off trial run of the Arctic route...

MSC Warns Against Arctic Shipping Amid Debate Over Suez Canal’s Closure – gCaptain
posted on: Apr 4, 2021

Shipowner Declares General Average for...

Shipowner Declares General Average for Ever Given – gCaptain The Loadstar April 1, 2021 Related News Suez Canal Says...

Shipowner Declares General Average for Ever Given
posted on: Apr 2, 2021

‘লকডাউন নয়, চাই ব্যক্তি সচেতনতা’...

‘লকডাউন নয়, চাই ব্যক্তি সচেতনতা’ মাশুক বিজেতা | ২ এপ্রিল, ২০২১ করোনায় গতকাল মৃত্যু ৫৯। রেকর্ড শনাক্ত ৬৪৬৯। এটিই এখন...

‘লকডাউন নয়, চাই ব্যক্তি সচেতনতা’
posted on: Apr 2, 2021
The Suez Canal Blockage Is Over. Time to Add Up the Damages

The Suez Canal Blockage Is Over. Time to Add Up the Damages...

posted on: Apr 1, 2021

The Suez Canal Blockage Is Over. Time to Add Up the Damages – gCaptain Stranded container ship Ever Given, one of the world’s largest container ships, is seen after it ran aground, in Suez Canal, Egypt March 26, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany Bloomberg Total Views: 5059 March 30, 2021 Related News Marine Reinsurance Firms Expect Giant Suez Blockage Claims1 hour agoCarriers Warned Against Price Gouging Shippers with Suez ChaosMarch 30, 2021Convoys Resume as Suez Canal Races to Clear Huge Backlog of ShipsMarch 30, 2021End of Suez Snarl Marks Beginning of New Stress on Global TradeMarch 30, 2021Shipping Companies Counting Cost of Suez ChaosMarch 29, 2021 1.5k Shares 1.3k 103 17 By Aaron Clark, Cindy Wang, Ann Koh and Verity Ratcliffe (Bloomberg) — The Suez Canal may be open again, but the battle over damages from the waterway’s longest closure in almost half a century is just beginning. With cargoes delayed for weeks if not...

Euphoria in Egypt as Ever Given Refloated on Suez Canal

Euphoria in Egypt as Ever Given Refloated on Suez Canal...

posted on: Mar 29, 2021

Euphoria in Egypt as Ever Given Refloated on Suez Canal Boats blew their horns and cheers erupted this morning after workers managed to refloat the container ship that’s been blocking one of the world’s busiest waterways for a week in a maritime soap opera that’s spawned a million memes but also caused huge financial losses and fuel shortages. The Ever Given, which is the size of the Empire State Building, should be fully freed today when the water level rises, Egyptian authorities said, after an operation involving 10 tugboats and sand dredges. More than 350 ships carrying billions in cargo will soon be able to continue their passage....

Capt. A. B. M. Nahid Hassan (26 N) no more…..

Capt. A. B. M. Nahid Hassan (26 N) no more….....

posted on: Mar 28, 2021

Capt. A. B. M. Nahid Hassan (26 N) no more….. 28 March, 2021 The following message from Captain Zillur Rahman Bhuiyan (11 N) summarizes the details about the death of Captain Nahid and serious injury to Captain Nikhil. Inna Lillahi WaInna Ilaihi Rajiun  Capt. Nahid and Capt. Nikhil were returning to Khulna in a car in the early morning of  27 MAR 2021 after attending a survey at the port of Payra. While near Gopalganj, a tyre of the car got punctured and the car hit a roadside tree at high speed.  Capt. Nahid and Capt. Nikhil were seated in the back seat of the car and both of them suffered injury. They were immediately admitted to the Gopalganj General Hospital and then were taken to Khulna Medical College Hospital.  Capt. Nikhil sustained head and hand injury. After several stitches on the head and forehead he is conscious and stable. His head CT scan will be...

Hard Aground – Ever Given Rudder Is Freed But Bow Is Hard On A Massive Rock – gCaptain

Hard Aground – Ever Given Rudder Is Freed But Bow Is Hard On A Massive Rock – gCaptain...

posted on: Mar 28, 2021

Hard Aground – Ever Given Rudder Is Freed But Bow Is Hard On A Massive Rock – gCaptain Stranded ship Ever Given, one of the world’s largest container ships, is seen after it ran aground, in Suez Canal, Egypt March 28, 2021. Suez Canal Authority/Handout via REUTERS Hard Aground – Ever Given Rudder Is Freed But Bow Is Hard On A Massive Rock Reuters Total Views: 12142 March 28, 2021 Related News Suez Villagers Meet The New Neighbor4 hours agoEver Given Updates from the Ship Manager – The Cavalry is Coming14 hours agoSalvage Efforts Continue in Suez But Refloating Timeline Uncertain14 hours agoSuez Canal Updates: More Vessels Diverted Around Africa, More Tugs Arriving14 hours agoCaptain Nick Sloane, The Salvage Master Who Raised The Costa Concordia, Discusses What It Will Take to Refloat The Ever Given – Interview21 hours ago By Yusri Mohamed ISMAILIA, Egypt March 28 (Reuters) – Suez Canal salvage teams were alternating...

Captain Nick Sloane, The Salvage Master Who Raised The Costa Concordia, Discusses What It Will Take to Refloat The Ever Given – Interview – gCaptain

Captain Nick Sloane, The Salvage Master Who Raised The Costa Concordia, Discusses What It Will Take to Refloat The Ever Given – Interview – gCaptain...

posted on: Mar 28, 2021

Captain Nick Sloane, The Salvage Master Who Raised The Costa Concordia, Discusses What It Will Take to Refloat The Ever Given – Interview – gCaptain Nick Sloane, the South African Salvage Master who has led the operation for the U.S.-Italian contractors consortium Titan-Micoperi. REUTERS/Tony Gentile gCaptain March 27, 2021 Billions of dollars worth of global trade is hanging in the balance as salvage efforts continue to refloat the MV Ever Given in the Suez Canal. The impact of the event now rests entirely on how long it takes to refloat the ship to restore maritime commerce through the critical chokepoint that offers the shortest route between Asia and Europe. So what will it take to refloat the 400-meter-long containership? Well that’s currently the million billion-dollar question. But to get an idea, we reached out to veteran salvage master Captain Nick Sloane for his take on the situation. If the...

Smit To Start Suez Box Removal

Smit To Start Suez Box Removal

posted on: Mar 27, 2021

Smit To Start Suez Box Removal – gCaptain By Fred Pals , Lucia Kassai , and Alex Longley (Bloomberg) Smit, the salvage company battling to dislodge the ship that’s blocking the Suez Canal said a crane will arrive at the location this weekend to begin the painstaking process of removing some of the vessel’s cargo in a bid to help it refloat. The Ever Given, a 400-meter long container ship with almost $1 billion of cargo on board, jammed itself fast into the banks of the waterway on Tuesday, and estimates for it to be freed have now risen to over a week. Tug boats and dredgers have made a little progress, but the urgent need to restart the canal means thousands of the carrier’s steel boxes need removing as soon as possible so that the carrier sits higher in the water. Related Book: The Box: How the Shipping...

Watch: A Naval Historian and Master Mariner Discuss the Ever Given Grounding in Suez Canal

Watch: A Naval Historian and Master Mariner Discuss the Ever Given Grounding in Suez Canal...

posted on: Mar 25, 2021

The containership M/V Ever Given which was hit by strong wind and ran aground is pictured in Suez Canal, Egypt March 24, 2021. SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY/Handout via REUTERS Watch: A Naval Historian and Master Mariner Discuss the Ever Given Grounding in Suez Canal gCaptain March 24, 2021 Related News Suez Canal Blockage Shows Fragility of Global Supply Chains1 hour agoSuez Canal Closure Deepens Global Container Crunch3 hours agoAs Global Trade Stalls, Suez Canal Memes Take Over the Internet5 hours agoEver Given Could Be Stuck for Weeks; Ship Owner Apologizes For Grounding8 hours agoWatch: How To Salvage A Grounded Suez Canal Mega-Ship10 hours ago In the below video, Dr. Sal Mercogliano, Associate Professor of History of History at Campbell University and Adjunct Professor at the United States Merchant Marine Academy, along with Captain John Konrad, Founder and CEO of gCaptain, discuss the situation in the Suez Canal with the grounding of...

VIDEO: How Does A Ship Run Aground In The Suez Canal

VIDEO: How Does A Ship Run Aground In The Suez Canal...

posted on: Mar 25, 2021

VIDEO: How Does A Ship Run Aground In The Suez Canal – gCaptain VIDEO: How Does A Ship Run Aground In The Suez Canal John Konrad March 24, 2021 by Captain John Konrad (gCaptain) Yesterday morning an ultra-large containership ran aground and blocking ship traffic in the Suez Canal. AIS data shows the MV Ever Given is stuck sideways towards the south end of the canal near Suez, Egypt, preventing ships from passing in either direction. gCaptain contributors Sal Mercogliano and Mike Schuler have been busy with interviews on NPR, BBC and The NY Times. In these interviews, the question we get asked the most is… how could this happen? While we have to wait for the official investigation and incident report (which will not be released for at least a year) to get the specific details… we filmed this short video to explain the challenges of navigating a...

Maritime & Coastguard Agency MIN 611

Maritime & Coastguard Agency MIN 611

posted on: Mar 24, 2021

Maritime & Coastguard Agency MIN 611 March 22 , 2021 Maritime & Coastguard Agency MIN 611 – Amendment 2 Introduction1.1 The MCA has put in place contingency plans to mitigate disruption to essential deliveredservices due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. This has allowed the MCA tocontinue to issue or extend UK Certificates of Competency (CoC), UK Flag StateEndorsements (FSE)/ Certificates of Equivalent Competency (CEC) and UK Certificates ofProficiency (CoP). In order to allow us to best follow these plans, we request that allseafarers in the process of applying to the MCA for UK certification follow the guidancebelow.2. Guidance2.1 From the publication date of this MIN, the MCA advises all seafarers to retain full andcomplete copies of any documentation (including application forms) that is required to besent to the MCA. Further to the original guidance, the MCA’s process for applications hasbeen updated in line with MIN 655 sections...

DG Shipping: The issue of Marine Surveyor’s certification by the Marine Surveyors Association of Bangladesh (NSAB)

DG Shipping: The issue of Marine Surveyor’s certification by the Marine Surveyors Association of Bangladesh (NSAB)...

posted on: Mar 24, 2021

DG Shipping: The issue of Marine Surveyor’s certification by Marine Surveyors Association of Bangladesh...

Bangladesh Merchant Marine Officers’ Association – election notification

Bangladesh Merchant Marine Officers’ Association – election notification...

posted on: Mar 24, 2021

Bangladesh Merchant Marine Officers’ Association March 20, 2021 Dear Respected Members,Assalamualikum Attached kindly find the following documents for your kind perusal. 1. Schedule For The Election 2021-2022https://drive.google.com/file/d/161xeI9GId9hfm7D1GQ3OjfM22Ti8cwLG/view?usp=sharing2. Scanned copy of notification published in Daily Prothom Alo & Daily Azadihttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1cvYrWz_A16xCfApNGJBXNm4aFBMfIj3q/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1mD51slQj7WU3qzAUk2SbEYFcIusOkwma/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1MtVF35ggsiRw0Y9PA954ggHyY4FBw_tR/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1WAPRDHCERDdlIE4PWEbIMjI8SK7GLCoH/view?usp=sharing3. Nomination Formhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1aK0A2ARFVl81T5fFn7mJ2trUOqq0yapP/view?usp=sharing4. Procedure for submission of nomination from abroadhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1SLkFuHIzNI8NedfpVQjuPBfdOiKo7Jng/view?usp=sharing5. Code of Conducthttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1EP085jVAiiyHhHWo83m9O0hp0esOs0YL/view?usp=sharing Best Regards Capt. Kamrul Islam MazumderChairmanElection Sub-CommitteeBangladesh Merchant Merine Officers’ AssociationMobile: +8801971-102800E-mail:...

Chinese Navy Harvests Data from South China Sea

Chinese Navy Harvests Data from South China Sea...

posted on: Mar 24, 2021

Chinese Navy Harvests Data from South China Sea By Zachary Haver on Mar 24, 2021 05:41 pm China’s new militarized outposts in the Spratly Islands and its expanded bases in the Paracel chain are helping harvest one of the South China Sea’s most valuable but least visible resources: data. Research by the Chinese military and other documentation show that the collected data informs ongoing construction activities, helps improve naval weapons and underwater communications in the unique local environment, and could support amphibious landing operations in the future – among other uses. This data is valuable because it allows the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) to understand the elements that constitute the “ocean battlespace environment,” according to Ryan Martinson, a professor at the U.S. Naval War College’s China Maritime Studies Institute. “China needs to collect this information because it is used to build and improve models for how these elements...

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