Portland: Delegation brings solidarity to migrant seafarers

Portland: Delegation brings solidarity to migrant seafarers
Danny O'Brien June 26, 2022 https://www.workers.org/2022/06/65060/

Portland, Oregon

The writer was part of the delegation that boarded the Otago Harbour ship.

‘Ridiculous’: company responsible for towing Hong Kong’s Jumbo Floating Restaurant dismisses allegations of foul play

‘Ridiculous’: company responsible for towing Hong Kong’s Jumbo Floating Restaurant dismisses allegations of foul play

Cruise Industry Faces Challenges of Sustainability and Crewing

Cruise Industry Faces Challenges of Sustainability and Crewing
Jun 29, 2022 https://www.maritime-executive.com/features/cruise-industry-faces-challe...

UNCTAD reports on how the war in Ukraine is hiking shipping costs worldwide

UNCTAD reports on how the war in Ukraine is hiking shipping costs worldwide
Sam Chambers June 29, 2022 https://splash247.com/unctad-reports-on-how-the-war-in-ukraine-is-hiking...

In a new report the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has detailed how the war in the Ukraine is increasing the cost of shipping around the world.

Seaversity to power Marina's MIDP with simulation technology

Seaversity to power Marina's MIDP with simulation technology
Yashika F. Torib June 29, 2022 https://www.manilatimes.net/2022/06/29/business/maritime/seaversity-to-p...

The Maritime Industry Authority's (Marina) long-term development plans for training and research will soon be powered by simulation technology and virtual reality capabilities of Seaversity.

The day of the seafarer as a catalyst for change

The day of the seafarer as a catalyst for change
Ambassador Carlos Salinas June 29, 2022 https://www.manilatimes.net/2022/06/29/business/maritime/the-day-of-the-...

LAST Saturday, June 25, 2022, the Philippines joined the global community in observance of the International Day of the Seafarer, to honor the world's maritime professionals and their priceless contribution to ensuring uninterrupted international trade and the world economy.

Filipinos still face challenges of seafarer competency

Filipinos still face challenges of seafarer competency
Genivi Verdejo June 29, 2022 https://www.manilatimes.net/2022/06/29/business/maritime/filipinos-still...

INTERNATIONAL business groups looked deeper into the Filipino seafarers' competency issues in global shipping to fill in the gaps.

Master and first officer of Korean bulker fined for sailing through Great Barrier Reef

Master and first officer of Korean bulker fined for sailing through Great Barrier Reef
Adis Ajdin June 28, 2022 https://splash247.com/master-and-first-officer-of-korean-bulker-fined-fo...

A master and the first officer of SW Shipping’s capesize bulk carrier Sea Coen have been fined for exiting a designated shipping area within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.

Devotion to Our Lady of Caysasay and Ma-Cho, Chinese patron saint of seafarers

Devotion to Our Lady of Caysasay and Ma-Cho, Chinese patron saint of seafarers
ATTY. DENNIS GORECHO - | June 28,2022 https://cebudailynews.inquirer.net/450161/devotion-to-our-lady-of-caysas...

Paying homage to Lady of Caysasay in Batangas and Ma-Cho in La Union is a confluence of tradition practiced by both Filipinos and Tsinoys in simultaneous Christian and Chinese rituals.

New Hanjin shipyard owner wants risks insured

New Hanjin shipyard owner wants risks insured
Ben O. de Vera - March 31, 2022 https://business.inquirer.net/344754/new-hanjin-shipyard-owner-wants-ris...

The new owner of the Hanjin shipyard at the Subic Bay freeport zone will start operations only when assured that industrial risks arising from the investment are insured, according to the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS).

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