Three Crew Injured in Tanker Engine Blast

Three Crew Injured in Tanker Engine Blast

Three crew members were seriously injured in a blast on board Thailand-flagged product tanker  Chao Anoma on Saturday in the Andaman sea. According to Phuket news, the blast did not disable the vessel, however, the ...

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Search for Missing Cruise Passenger Stopped

AMSA Stops Search for Missing Cruise Passenger

Based on expert medical advice regarding his survivability the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has ...

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Argyll Strikes Again

HMS Argyll Strikes Again

The U.K. Navy’s HMS Argyll has seized more than 850 kg of cocaine in a high speed midnight chase while on ...

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IMRF: Dealing with Media Pressure Key in SAR Operations

IMRF Dealing with Media Pressure Key in SAR Operations

Media pressure, and particularly the posting of unverified stories on social media, has become a significant factor ...

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US Navy Supply Ships Collide in Gulf of Aden

US Navy Ships Collide in Gulf of Aden

Two U.S. Naval supply ships collided in the Gulf of Aden November 20 at 5:26 a.m. local time with no injuries to ...

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Eunavfor Stays in Somalia for Two More Years

Eunavfor Stays in Somalia for Two More Years

The European Council has extended the EU’s counter-piracy Operation Atalanta by two more years, until December 12, ...

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IMO Adopts Polar Code

IMO Adopts Polar Code

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has adopted the International Code for Ships Operating in Polar ...

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One Dead, Three Injured in Oil Platform Blast off New Orleans

One Dead, Three Injured in Oil Rig Explosion off New Orleans

One worker died and three more were injured in an explosion on Fieldwood Energy’s Echo Platform located in ...

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Image of the Day: Navy Ships in Formation

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Today’s image of the day shows the U.S. Navy and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force ships transiting in ...

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US Coast Guard, EPA to Monitor Sulphur Emission Compliance

US Coast Guard, EPA to Monitor Sulphur Emission Compliance

The U.S. Coast Guard together with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will soon take action to ensure ...

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Cargo Ship Sinks off Ecuador

Cargo Ship Sinks off Ecuador

A 1,200 dwt general cargo vessel San Cristobal sank around 25 nautical miles off Santa Elena Peninsula, Ecuador, in ...

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Greenpeace Ship Detained in Spain

Greenpeace Ship Detained in Spain

The Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise has been detained by Spanish authorities in the port of Arrecife, Lanzarote, ...

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LPG Carrier Aids Three in Suspected Mutiny

LPG Carrier Aids Three in Suspected Mutiny

The M/V Tessa Kosan, a 367-foot LPG carrier, rescued three crew members in a bizarre case involving a possible ...

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IMRF: Global Drowning Figures Alarming

IMRF Global Drowning Figures Alarming

The global drowning report released by the World Health Organization (WHO) is shocking, and the worldwide loss of ...

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Containers Fall into Oakland Estuary

Containers Fall into Oakland Estuary

The U.S. Coast Guard and San Francisco fire department personnel enforced a safety zone for containers that fell in ...

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Indonesia to Bolster Maritime Defence

Indonesia to Bolster Maritime Defence

Indonesia is set to step up its maritime defense efforts so as to be able to ensure navigation safety to its own ...

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JRC Testing Anti-Piracy Software

JRC Testing Anti-Piracy Software (2)

The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) is testing a new anti-piracy software in two maritime ...

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Two Missing after Cement Carrier Sinks off Philippines

Two Missing after Cement Carrier Sinks off Philippines

The captain and the crane operator of MV Vital 355, the cement carrier which sank off Philippines, remain missing ...

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UN Continues Fight against Somali Pirates

UN Continues Fight against Somali Pirates

Expressing continued grave concern over piracy off the coast of Somalia despite a sharp decline in attacks, the ...

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Asia Pirates More Active in October

Asia Pirates More Active in October

The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has ...

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Hanjin Stacking Up Orders

Hanjin Stacking Up Orders

South Korea’s shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction (HHIC) has signed a nearly USD 200 ...

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Bales of Cocaine Found Floating off Central America

Bales of Cocaine Found Floating off Central America

USS Vandegrift (FFG 48) and U.S. Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment (LEDET), in support of Operation Martillo, ...

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Image of the Day: HMS Dragon Basking in the Sun

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This amazing photo has been captured by the crewmembers of the tanker RFA Gold Rover, who’d earlier provided the ...

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LR Issues Offshore Collision Guidance Notes

LR Issues Offshore Collision Guidance Notes

Lloyd’s Register Energy has launched new offshore collision guidance notes for the marine and ...

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Image of the Day: Replenishing at Sea

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The US Navy’s Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS John Ericsson (T-AO 194) conducts a ...

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