Indonesian Cargo Ship Disappears off New Guinea

Indonesian Cargo Ship Disappears off New Guinea
Nov 14, 2022 https://maritime-executive.com/article/indonesia-searches-for-cargo-ship...

Indonesian authorities have a search and rescue mission underway in the eastern portion of the country after an inter-island cargo vessel was reported missing over the weekend. They are reporting that the vessel was operating with a crew of 16 aboard and that no distress message was received.

PH, France sign agreement strengthening maritime industry

PH, France sign agreement strengthening maritime industry
Zacarian Sarao - November 13, 2022 https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1692751/ph-france-sign-agreement-strengthe...

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines’ Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) on Sunday announced that it signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the French Embassy in the Philippines boosting maritime safety and security in the country, particularly in the industry of shipbuilding and ship repair.

PH, South Korean group sign deals on shipbuilding, maritime business

PH, South Korean group sign deals on shipbuilding, maritime business
Mariel Celine Serquiña, Nov 14, 2022 https://www.cnnphilippines.com/news/2022/11/14/philippines-south-korea-g...

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 14) — The Philippines’ maritime agency and a South Korean marine and offshore manufacturing group have signed a cooperation agreement on shipbuilding and maritime trade and business on Nov. 8.

EU ambassador recognizes Salceda’s assurance to help upgrade standard of Pinoy seafarers

EU ambassador recognizes Salceda’s assurance to help upgrade standard of Pinoy seafarers
November 13, 2022 https://manilastandard.net/news/314278029/eu-ambassador-recognizes-salce...

800 Case COVID Outbreak Hits Carnival Cruise Australia

800 Case COVID Outbreak Hits Carnival Cruise Australia
Sam McKeith/ Reuters November 12, 2022 https://gcaptain.com/800-covid-outbreak-carnival-cruise-australia/

Australia’s Home Affairs Minister on Saturday sought to reassure the public that COVID-19 protocols were adequate after a cruise ship with hundreds of infected passengers docked in Sydney.

Italy’s New Government Challenges the Law of the Sea

Italy’s New Government Challenges the Law of the Sea
Federico Maccioni/Reuters November 11, 2022 https://gcaptain.com/italys-new-government-challenges-the-law-of-the-sea/

MILAN, Nov 11 (Reuters) – Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni is cracking down on charity rescue boats operating in the Mediterranean, accusing them of acting as a de facto taxi service for migrants.

Survey reveals extent of female seafarer discrimination

Survey reveals extent of female seafarer discrimination
24 Oct 2022 https://lloydslist.maritimeintelligence.informa.com/LL1142678/Survey-rev...

New in-depth online survey shows how women are treated while working at sea

About 60% of female seafarers report being subjected to overwhelming discrimination on board ships, coupled with harassment and bullying, new survey finds

Fewer seafarers, higher inflation – where are ship operating costs heading?

Fewer seafarers, higher inflation – where are ship operating costs heading?
03/11/2022 https://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/fewer-seafarers-higher-inflation-wh...

Safety board raises obesity concerns after seafarer fatality

Safety board raises obesity concerns after seafarer fatality
14 October 2022 https://www.nautilusint.org/en/news-insight/telegraph/safety-board-raise...

A damning report on a fatal accident onboard a containership has called for sweeping changes in the rules governing safe access to cargo holds and rescues from enclosed spaces, while also raising concerns about obesity among seafarers. Andrew Linington reports

Australia Detains Bulk Carrier for Wage and MLC Violations

Australia Detains Bulk Carrier for Wage and MLC Violations
NOV 10, 2022 https://maritime-executive.com/article/australia-detains-bulk-carrier-fo...

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