11 Obnoxious Behaviors Cruise Ship Crew Members Are Secretly Judging You For

11 Obnoxious Behaviors Cruise Ship Crew Members Are Secretly Judging You For
Julie Peirano April 11, 2018

While some folks are avid fans of land-based vacations, others prefer setting sail on the high seas — alongside a dedicated staff of cruise ship crew, of course. And regardless of how different they may be, luxury resorts and cruise ships alike have one thing in common — you can always count on being judged for your faux pas behaviors.

Four areas that regularly feature as the causes of accidents on board ships

Four areas that regularly feature as the causes of accidents on board ships
Malcolm Latarche 11 April 2018 https://shipinsight.com/four-areas-that-regularly-feature-as-the-causes-...

UN Shipping Agency Slammed for Stalling Climate Action

UN Shipping Agency Slammed for Stalling Climate Action
J Nastranis 09 April 2018 https://www.indepthnews.net/index.php/global-governance/un-insider/1793-...

Reader's viewpoint: Transparency and the IMO

Reader's viewpoint: Transparency and the IMO
10 April 2018 http://www.seatrade-maritime.com/news/europe/reader-s-viewpoint-transpar...

Alisdair Pettigrew, managing director of BLUE Communications, and a consultant to several organisations in the marine environment space, writes in response to the article ‘Transparency audit and the IMO’, published 9 April and by Seatrade Maritime columnist Michael Grey.

Talks to cap maritime emissions underway, China’s innovation might show way

Talks to cap maritime emissions underway, China’s innovation might show way
11/04/2018 https://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/talks-to-cap-maritime-emissions-und...

Top delegates from more than 190 countries and regions are meeting in London to formulate a framework to reduce emissions caused by the shipping industry. Greenhouse gas emissions from the sector failed to find a mention during the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015.

‘Capital flight in maritime industry alarming’

‘Capital flight in maritime industry alarming’
IGNATIUS CHUKWU & DAVID EJIOHUO, Port Harcourt | April 10, 2018

NIMASA, Charting a New Direction for the Nigerian Maritime Industry

NIMASA, Charting a New Direction for the Nigerian Maritime Industry
April 11, 2018 https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/04/nimasa-charting-new-direction-nigeri...

“Smooth Seas”, as the saying goes, “do not make a skilful sailor” This perhaps is the apt representation of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA. The Agency has in recent times navigated rough waters and now sailing on an even keel.

Indonesia seizes alleged slave ship after Interpol tip-off

Indonesia seizes alleged slave ship after Interpol tip-off
AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE 11April 2018 http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/indonesia-seizes-alleged-slave-...

"Missing" MSC Crew Member: A Victim of Exploitation?

"Missing" MSC Crew Member: A Victim of Exploitation?
April 10, 2018 http://www.cruiselawnews.com/2018/04/articles/crew-member-rights-1/missi...

MSC OperaA MSC crew member who stayed in Grand Cayman last month, when her cruise ship left port, was sentenced to three months in prison for illegally remaining on the island.

Cargo ships: Baltic Madonna refloated, Da Pu Jiang sinks

General cargo ship aground, Denmark Baltic sea Update refloated
Mikhail Voytenko April 10, 2018 http://maritimebulletin.net/2018/04/10/general-cargo-ship-aground-denmar...

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