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TASMANIAN ACHIEVER

Roll-on/Roll-off Carrier | Flag: Australia | Port: MELBOURNE

VICTORIAN RELIANCE

Roll-on/Roll-off Carrier | Flag: Australia | Port: MELBOURNE

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Virus-hit Cruise Ship leaves Japan After a Month's Quarantine

Virus-hit Cruise Ship leaves Japan After a Month's Quarantine

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The Costa Atlantica cruise ship, which docked in southern Japan with over 100 crew members testing positive for COVID-19, has left the country and is en route to the Philippines, local government officials said on Monday.The ship departed Nagasaki on Sunday over a month after it became the second virus-stricken cruise ship to dock in Japan. Lax control on the movement of crew whilst docked highlighted Japan’s patchy response to the pandemic.The 86,000 tonne Costa Atlantica docked for maintenance in late April carrying no passengers and 623 crew, most of whom were eventually quarantined inside the ship after 149 tested positive.
US Sanctions Four Shipping Firms for Transporting Venezuelan Oil

US Sanctions Four Shipping Firms for Transporting Venezuelan Oil

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The U.S. Treasury Department on Tuesday said it had sanctioned four shipping firms for transporting Venezuelan oil, the latest escalation in Washington's effort to oust socialist President Nicolas Maduro by cutting off the OPEC nation's crude exports.Marshall Islands-based Afranav Maritime Ltd, Adamant Maritime Ltd and Sanibel Shiptrade Ltd, as well as Greece-based Seacomber Ltd, all own tankers that lifted Venezuelan oil between February and April of this year, the Treasury Department said."These companies are transporting oil that was effectively stolen from the Venezuelan people," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement.
Partners to Trial Emissions-free Barging Concept in the Netherlands

Partners to Trial Emissions-free Barging Concept in the Netherlands

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A group of partners in Europe aims to use battery containers on board barges to supply environmentally friendly fully-electric propulsion in lieu of diesel for inland waterway shipping.Supported by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the concept is being spearheaded by the Zero Emission Services B.V. (ZES), a consortium including technology group Wärtsilä, ING Bank, energy and technical service provider Engie and the Port of Rotterdam Authority. The project will launch first in the Netherlands, where inland navigation accounts for 5% of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
DNV GL Launches Infection Prevention Certification for Maritime

DNV GL Launches Infection Prevention Certification for Maritime

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Classification society DNV GL launched a custom infection prevention certification aiming to help the maritime industry resume operations better prepared for COVID-19 or other emerging pathogens. Genting Cruise Lines is the first customer working toward the CIP-M certification for its cruise ship Explorer Dream under the Dream Cruises brand.As the coronavirus crisis begins to recede and the world begins moving to return to business, the cruise industry is sharpening its already strong focus on passenger health and safety.
Stena Line is 10 Years Ahead of IMO Emissions Goals

Stena Line is 10 Years Ahead of IMO Emissions Goals

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Ferry shipping company Stena Line reports it is 10 years ahead of international shipping's emissions reduction targets thanks to measures such as new, larger and more energy efficient vessels, AI assisted captains and an increased punctuality.The Sweden-based operator says that during 2019 it reduced its total CO2 emissions 1.7 %, corresponding to 24,000 metric tons of CO2 in total, while CO2 emissions per transported ton freight and passenger vehicles on board the vessels fell 3.6%.The company notes in its newly published sustainability overview report that it already meets the International Maritime Organization (IMO) targets for 2030 of a 40% reductions in CO2 emissions efficiency from
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