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BETTY K VIII

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Cook Islands | Port: AVATIU

EDMY

General Cargo (2 or more decks) | Flag: Cook Islands | Port: AVATIU

LILY-HA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Cook Islands | Port: AVATIU

Maritime News

Saudi-led Alliance Destroys Explosive Boats in the Red Sea

Saudi-led Alliance Destroys Explosive Boats in the Red Sea

an hour ago
The Saudi-led military coalition fighting the Iran-aligned Houthi group in Yemen destroyed two explosive-laden boats in the Red Sea on Thursday, its spokesman said.The two remotely controlled boats belonged to Houthi forces and were threatening navigation, his statement carried on Saudi state news agency SPA said.They were destroyed 6 km (3.7 miles) south of the Yemeni port of Salif in the early hours of Thursday morning, he said.The coalition has previously accused the Houthi movement of trying to attack vessels off the coast of Yemen with unmanned boats laden with explosives.
Italy Seizes Charity Rescue Vessel

Italy Seizes Charity Rescue Vessel

7 minutes ago
Italian authorities have seized a boat operated by a German NGO that last month rescued more than 200 people stranded at sea, because it did not comply with safety rules, the Coast Guard said on Thursday.In April, Italy banned migrant rescue ships from docking in its ports until July 31 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It now transfers all those saved at sea onto large ferries which must wait off its coast.Sea-Watch 3, managed by German non-governmental organization Sea-Watch e.V., had moored in the southern Italian port of Porto Empedocle.The mainly African passengers were moved to the Italian ferry Moby Zaza, where 28 tested positive for the new coronavirus.
Port of Rotterdam to Trial PIN-free Container Handling

Port of Rotterdam to Trial PIN-free Container Handling

14 minutes ago
This week, various parties in Rotterdam will be launching a new pilot project, in which containers are handled and released without a PIN code: a widely used verification method in this transport segment. The project revolves around a new application, Secure Container Release, which replaces the PIN code with a digital signal: a solution that is significantly less susceptible to fraud. It is not only intended to make container handling more efficient, but also safer. Participants in the three-month trial include CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd, MSC, ONE-Line, Hutchison Ports ECT Rotterdam, Rotterdam Fruit Wharf, Milestone Fresh, VTO, Portmade and the application developer T-Mining.
Uni-Tankers Begins VDR Upgrade Program

Uni-Tankers Begins VDR Upgrade Program

28 minutes ago
Danish shipping company Uni-Tankers is upgrade aging and obsolete voyage data recorders (VDR) on more than 10 of its vessels. Some of the VDRs are 10 or more years old and are nearing the end of their service life.Uni-Tankers has chosen Danelec Marine to implement an upgrade program ensuring that it ships are equipped with the latest VDR technology, which will also help boost efficiency and the proactive use of ships’ data.A required piece of equipment on large vessels, VDRs are used to collect and store data from various onboard sensors, similar to an airplane’s “black box”.“The VDR is a mission-critical piece of equipment.
Northern Offshore Services Adds Two More Vessels to Its Fleet

Northern Offshore Services Adds Two More Vessels to Its Fleet

26 minutes ago
Crew transfer vessel specialist Northern Offshore Services (N-O-S) has expanded its fleet with two vessels SURE Diamond and SURE Dynamic from Sure Wind Marine Limited. The company's offshore support vessel fleet now stands at 41 vessels. The two vessels are being renamed to M/V Master and M/V Mariner and will be part of the M-Class series, now four vessels in the series.They will continue their current operations on offshore wind farms in Germany, Northern Offshore Services said Thursday.The M-Class series are 27 M high-speed offshore support vessels, equipped with Controllable Pitch Propellers.  The 2 x MAN engines combined with the CPP enables the M-Class with a speed of 27 knots.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2020)
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