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Green bands tear up Fisheries Department...

By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (March 25, 2022, 6:56 p.m. EDT) — Green groups told a DC federal judge on Friday that the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service unreasonably delayed its request for enhanced protection for Atlantic right whales. endangered North Atlantic with no good excuse. The NMFS argued in court that it had taken numerous […]

Who smuggled 500 kg of heroin into India...

New Delhi, March 25: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed an additional indictment in a case of heroin smuggling of 500 kg by people based in Dubai. The drugs were smuggled through the Pakistan-India sea route. Previously, 10 defendants had been charged in the case. The indictment was filed in a special court in […]

Ukraine-Russia War, Biden and Summit New...

President Biden’s trip to Europe includes a rare day of three consecutive world summits on Thursday as world leaders gather in a variety of forums to discuss their response to Russia’s war in Ukraine. NATO: Thursday morning, Mr. Biden joined the leaders of the 30 countries that make up the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, a […]

Ship Return Program Available to Corpus ...

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City’s Solid Waste and Code Enforcement Departments are encouraging residents to take advantage of the 2022 Vessel Rebate Program (VTIP). Unwanted or abandoned vessels can be properly disposed of at the JC Elliott Transfer Station year-round and at no cost to residential customers transporting the vessels. Commercial carriers will pay […]

SC rules on compensable cancer-related o...

MANILA – The Supreme Court (SC) has upheld a sailor’s widow’s claim that lung cancer is a compensable occupational disease in her husband’s case. In a 19-page resolution posted online March 21, the SC Premier Division upheld the 2016 Court of Appeals ruling ordering MOT Barko Manila Inc. and Mitsubishi Ore Transport Co. Inc. to […]

Damen Shipyards uses Matterport Digital ...

SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Matterport, Inc. (Nasdaq: MTTR), the leading spatial data company driving the digital transformation of the built world, today announced that Damen Shipyards Group (“Damen”), a Dutch shipbuilding company operating in 120 countries and delivering 175 ships per year, has adopted Matterport digital twins to facilitate remote collaboration […]

Tug boat taking on water in Duluth Harbo...

The World War II ship, formerly part of the Army Corps of Engineers, was reported to the Coast Guard as taking on water around 9 a.m. Monday. DULUTH, Minn. — Authorities are monitoring the situation Monday as a World War II tug slowly sinks in Duluth Harbor. KBJR News reports that the US Coast Guard […]

AstraZeneca COVID drug neutralizes omicr...

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong will resume international flights from nine countries, including the United States and Britain, in April, city leader Carrie Lam said on Monday. After the highly transmissible variant of omicron emerged in January, authorities quickly implemented flight bans in eight countries deemed to be high risk – including the United […]

Northland News Brief: The Bay Rally is b...

Ben Hunt powers to victory at the 2019 Copthorne Bay of Islands Far North Rally. The rally is back this year after Covid disruption brought the event to a halt for the past two years. The Copthorne Bay of Islands Far North Rally is back for 2022. As Ben Hunt and Tony Rawstorn checked in […]

Confidential conversations overheard dur...

Off-the-record conversations broadcast from a Sydney courtroom show a rare glimpse into the origins of a high-stakes libel case by war veteran Ben Roberts-Smith. As the trial entered the seventh week of this year, a serving soldier from the Special Air Service Regiment (SAS) emerged as a key source for two reporters. Called by Nine […]

Yachts are now great. What you need to ...

Text size The 135-meter-long yacht Crescent is seen moored in the port of Tarragona on March 17, 2022. Josep Lago/AFP via Getty Images Superyachts are a new front in the Russian war, but there haven’t always been superyachts up for grabs. European governments are increasingly seizing yachts belonging to Russian oligarchs in a bid to […]

$3.5million luxury yacht built by West M...

HOLLAND, MI — Inside Tiara Yachts, amid a whirlwind of cranes, trucks and machinery, Thomas Slikkers boards a prototype of his company’s newest luxury watercraft, the EX 60. Today, the 60-foot vessel is still under construction. Its hull is unpainted. The cockpit, engine and navigation system still need to be installed. But Slikkers, president and […]

Latest news on the Russian-Ukrainian war...

ODESSA, Ukraine — Ukrainian forces conducted counteroffensives against Russian positions on Wednesday, seeking to inflict what one official called “maximum casualties,” even as the Russian military invasion intensified its deadly attacks on cities. . In Mariupol, an airstrike destroyed a theater where around 1,000 people had taken refuge, according to city and regional administrators, and […]

Haitians targeting Florida Keys top 2021...

FILE – This photo provided by U.S. Border Patrol shows Haitian migrants ashore wrapped in towels after a boat ran aground in the Florida Keys off Key Largo on Sunday, March 6, 2022. Haitian migrants are reaching Florida shores in a string of suspected smuggling operations that could exceed last year’s waves of migration. (US […]

FleetZero seeks to rock the shipping wor...

we shipped things across oceans for centuries, and global supply chains increasingly rely on diesel-powered megaships big enough to block entire canals on their own. How to decarbonize this monolithic industry? FleetZero thinks it’s possible with electric ships making short hops all around the Pacific, while relying on smaller ports and a smart battery-sharing system. […]

China implements new COVID lockdowns cre...

Yantain, located near the city of Shenzhen, reports that it is operating normally, but there are concerns about the repercussions of the closures (file photo Hutchison) Posted on March 14, 2022 5:38 PM by The Maritime Executive Just as it appeared that much of the […]

US offshore wind farms could interfere w...

File image courtesy of Hans Hillewaert / CC BY SA 4.0 Posted on March 13, 2022 1:08 PM by The Maritime Executive The Biden administration is pursuing ambitious renewable energy goals, including a goal of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind power capacity by 2030. […]

Shell awaits regulator’s approval to res

The Prelude’s power problems began on December 2, 2021, when a fire broke out in a room housing a backup battery system. Shell’s investigation was unable to determine the exact nature of the failure. The company therefore plans to address all possible causes it has identified. Loading The fire triggered an emergency shutdown of the […]

Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich draws ...

A global effort examining one of Russia’s richest men, Roman Abramovich, has ricocheted out, ensnaring a rabbi in Portugal, confusing the process of selling the billionaire’s British football team and freezing some of its US-held funds. Representatives for Mr. Abramovich did not return requests for comment. A prominent Portuguese rabbi who helped Mr Abramovich obtain […]

Pa. flips the switch on electrical appre...

Good Saturday morning, everyone. This is John L. Micek, editor of Capital-Star sitting for Cassie Miller, who takes a few days of well-deserved rest. Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? Much has been said in recent years about the need to invest in the well-paying jobs of the future. This week, the Wolf administration […]

Live Covid-19 updates: mask mandate news...

PictureWear face masks in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Two years after the declaration of the pandemic, the city is experiencing its worst outbreak to date.Credit…Dale De La Rey/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images The World Health Organization, often criticized for being too slow to declare in 2020 that a pandemic was underway, now declares – two […]

11 years later, fate of Fukushima reacto...

OKUMA, Japan (AP) — Eleven years after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was ravaged by a meltdown following a massive earthquake and tsunami, the plant now looks like a sprawling construction site. Most of the radioactive debris blown up by the hydrogen explosions has been cleaned up and the torn buildings have been repaired. […]

Weddell Sea: Shackleton’s Legendary ‘End

A scientific expedition working aboard a South African icebreaker, the Needles IIdiscovered the Endurancearguably the most famous ship in the history of polar exploration, whose name went down in history alongside the Frameworkthe Terra Novathe Discoveryand the Erebus and Terror – the doomed ships of Captain Sir John Franklin’s expedition, of which there were no […]

Fishing crew member pleads guilty to mur...

BOSTON (AP) — A member of a fishing boat pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing another crew member and attacking others with a knife and hammer while at sea in 2018, federal prosecutors said. Franklin Freddy Meave Vazquez, 27, pleaded guilty to one count of second degree murder, one count of attempted murder and one count […]

“Local insurers lose $60 million a year

Foreign ships An executive partner, Alfam Insurance Plc, Gbolaham Adu, said local insurance companies were losing around $60 million in potential annual revenue to their overseas counterparts. According to him, this is because foreign-owned tankers transporting crude into the country do not patronize local insurance companies. Adu revealed this in an interview. He said: “The […]

defendant convicted of child exploitatio...

LAFAYETTE, La. – William Malone46, of Mobile, Alabama, was sentenced today after being convicted by a jury in October 2021 of child exploitation, the United States announced Attorney Brandon B. Brown. United States Chief District Judge S. Maurice Hicks, Jr. sentenced Malone to 160 years in prison, followed by life probation. Malone was also ordered […]

UPDATE: Tangmo memorial services; the p...

As the inquest into the death of Thai TV actress Nida “Tangmo” Patcharaveerapong enters its second week, here are the latest developments… • Three days of Christian memorial services for Tangmo (แตงโม) are scheduled for the weekend of March 11-13, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. each day, at Liberty Church Bangkok in Saphan Sung […]

Rep. Vance and HB52 Support Alaskan Fish...

By Rod Van Saun Update: 46 a few minutes ago Published: 46 a few minutes ago Tutka Bay Hatchery in Kachemak Bay. (Photo by Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association) I know I’m not the first person to bring up the Tutka Bay Lagoon Hatchery. There has been quite a bit of talk about the hatchery and […]

Offshore wind boom sees North Sea fisher...

The North Sea is a very busy place. But even as late as the 1980s, it could seem huge when out there in a yacht, racing or cruising, as sightings of fishing vessels, merchant ships and oil and gas rigs could be quite rare. Unless you are near the English Channel or the maritime highway […]

The Star Trek Federation Made A Huge Mis...

Star Trek: Picard reveals that the Federation took control of the Borg Cube artifact, but integrating Borg technology into the Stargazer was a tragic mistake. Warning: SPOILERS for Star Trek: Picard Season 2, Episode 1 – “The Star Gazer” How easily the Borg Queen (Annie Wersching) took control of the USS Stargazer in Star Trek: […]

Lawyer for Ky. Sailor accused of setting...

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – The attorney for a Kentucky sailor charged with setting fire to a Navy ship says his client is innocent. Seaman Ryan Sawyer Mays is originally from the Ashland area. He was charged over the summer for the July 2020 fire of the USS Bonhomme Richard. The fire, which burned for days, […]

VCFI index falls for the first time in a...

Russia’s war in Ukraine and soaring oil and marine fuel prices conspired to drive the VCFI indices to their first loss in 18 months. Change in trend of indicators that measure the evolution of container transport costs. The Valencia Containerized Freight Index (VCFI) fell 0.19% in February compared to the previous month. After a year […]

Have we made progress in the fight again...

On Sunday night, a 28-year-old man drove through Manhattan and punched seven Asian women out of the blue, two of whom ended up in hospital, according to the New York Times. Surveillance video shows the alleged perpetrator, Steven Zajonc, walking through town after his rampage, seemingly unmoved. He was arrested and charged on Wednesday. If […]

North Star earns over $133.7 million in ...

OE staff March 3, 2022 North Star CEO, Matthew Gordon / Credit: North Star UK-based offshore vessel owner North Star said it was recently awarded new Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel (ERRV) contracts totaling more than £100 million (approximately £133.7 million). dollars). As part of the contracts, North Star said it would […]

Human well-being – a critical element on

Written by James Fanshawe CBE FNI, Chairman of the UK Maritime Autonomous Systems Regulation Task Force. The march towards autonomy and the search for a viable marine insurance framework are successfully accelerating. Finding class-approved solutions becomes clearer to those designing and operating these vessels, as well as those with regulatory and other responsibilities. At the […]

Hydrogen, wind-powered bulk carrier rece...

Design concept for the zero-emission bulk carrier that uses hydrogen and wind power (Egil Ulvan Rederi) Posted on March 1, 2022 at 8:46 p.m. by The Maritime Executive A Norwegian project emerging from a competition to develop the world’s first zero-emission bulk carrier is progressing […]

Customs ordered to defend 2019 boat seiz...

in All News / By: BVI News Mar 1, 2022 8:49 AM / Her Majesty’s Customs (HMC) has been ordered to file a legal defense in a case involving a boat seized by law enforcement following a drug bust in Virgin Gorda in October 2019. In the case heard by court master Alvin Shiva Pariagsingh […]

Snake Island’s defiant soldiers are actu

CNN By Sebastian Shukla and Lianne Kolirin, CNN The Ukrainian defenders of Snake Island – all of whom feared death after their defiant response to threats from a Russian warship – are in fact “alive and healthy”, according to the Ukrainian Navy. All soldiers on the tiny Black Sea island were reportedly killed in an […]

Queensland floods disrupt grain supply c...

Flooding closed the Warrego Highway at Laidley Creek from Friday evening to today. The highway is the main thoroughfare for bulk and containerized grain for export via Brisbane. Photo: Queensland Police THE supply chain for agricultural produce in southeast Queensland slowed on Friday as widespread flooding cut off highways and rail lines and halted shipments. […]

Scottish government calls for ‘maximum p

The UK must exert “maximum pressure” on Russia to force the withdrawal of troops from Ukraine, the Scottish External Affairs Secretary has said, calling for the expulsion of the Russian ambassador and other diplomats. Angus Robertson also insisted that Westminster must “change its policy and allow refugees from Ukraine to enter the UK” in the […]

Alpelisib treated a rare disease in infa...

A recent case report described the successful treatment of 2 young infants with a PIK3CA-related proliferative spectrum using the breast cancer drug alpelisib. PIK3CA-the overgrowth-related overgrowth spectrum (PROS) is a group of rare and incurable diseases caused by mutations in the PIK3CA gene that leads to the malformation and proliferation of various parts of the […]

7 Indians are hostages in a conflict bet...

Seven Indians have been held by Houthi rebels since they were captured aboard a hijacked cargo ship crossing the Red Sea in January 2022. But a diplomatic challenge stands in the way of their release. It was minutes before midnight on January 2, 2022. A cargo ship named Rawabi had left the island of Socotra […]

People in Ukraine run for safety; farme...

As Russia bombards the Ukrainian capital on Friday, rushing tankers and soldiers towards the overthrow of the government in Kyiv (Kyiv), civilians scatter for shelter, businesses close and public transport is scarce. Iurii Mykhailov, a Kyiv resident and successful farming contributor, reports from inside the war lines. Friday morning in the United States, mid-afternoon in […]

Ukraine mulls asking Turkey to close Bos...

Ropucha-class landing craft during an exercise (Russian Navy file image) Posted on February 23, 2022 at 9:22 p.m. by The Maritime Executive As the prospect of a full-scale Russian invasion draws closer, the Ukrainian government plans to ask Turkey to exercise its right to close […]

DOJ Issues Expedited FCPA Notice and Sho...

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. The US Department of Justice (DOJ) recently issued an Extortion and Coercion Notice under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) that provides a unique perspective on the DOJ’s FCPA notice process. While the notice does not break any […]

It’s time to check the lungs and blood f

Dear Dr. Roach: I am an 82 year old male and started experiencing shortness of breath about 14 months ago. The condition continues to deteriorate. I had a stress echo test, nuclear stress test, lung test, chest X-ray and CT scans, all of which came back negative. Recently, a heart scan showed blockage in two […]

Temporal artery biopsy: should we rethin...

This is the first multi-dean study to investigate training in temporal artery biopsy for ophthalmology trainees in the UK. Ophthalmologists in the UK are required to undertake a 7-year specialist ophthalmology training program which comprises a comprehensive curriculum including a number of core learning outcomes which must be achieved by the end of the last […]

Alaska congressional delegation wants bi...

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) — Congress and President Joe Biden successfully salvaged a shortened season for large cruise ships in Alaska last summer with a one-year reprieve from the Passenger Ship Services Act. The treaty requires large foreign-flagged cruise ships to dock in Canada before arriving in Alaska from Bas-48. Canada has not allowed these vessels […]

US Coast Guard crew repatriates 29 Cuban...

crews have rescued 730 Cubans since Oct. 1 The crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Margaret Norvell repatriated 29 people to Cuba on Friday following two interdictions of undocumented migrants due to safety concerns at sea. (US Coast Guard Image) (US COAST GUARD) – The crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Margaret Norvell […]

New STIKO recommendation: yearning for C...

On February 17, the Permanent Vaccination Commission (STIKO) published its latest Epidemiological bulletin. In the specialist weekly, the Robert Koch Institute publishes official communications and scientific work on notifiable diseases. The STIKO is a group of voluntary experts, currently composed of 18 people, based at the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. In this issue, experts […]

Conemaugh doctor says region sees ‘impro

Feb. 18 – JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – Conemaugh Health System Chief Medical Officer Elizabeth Dunmore shared positive news with area business leaders during a Zoom call Friday regarding the status of the COVID pandemic -19. “We, like the rest of the country, are seeing the numbers go down,” she said. “And this week we’re averaging 25-50 […]

Japanese Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Host...

Burning ship full of Volkswagens and luxury cars adrift in mid-Atlantic without crew RIYADH/LISBON (Reuters) – A massive transport ship packed with Volkswagen vehicles as well as Porsches, Audis and Lamborghinis has been abandoned by its crew in the mid-Atlantic after catching fire, the Portuguese navy said on Thursday. Portuguese Navy spokesman Cmdr. José Sousa […]

Wally’s fully customized Supersailer rol

Seven yachts to see at the Miami International Boat Show The Miami International Boat Show, which will return to the Miami Beach Convention Center – powered by West Marine – returns after a hiatus. The show started on Wednesday and will continue until Sunday. Its six locations include Sea Isle Marina, Island Gardens Marina Superyachts […]

Captain found guilty of causing Black Se...

Vera Su beached on September 20, 2021 in the Black Sea (Bulgarian Ministry of Transport) Published on February 16, 2022 20:03 by The Maritime Executive The captain of a Panama-registered freighter that ran aground off Bulgaria last September has pleaded guilty to criminal charges for […]

Vessel Monitoring System for Fisheries M...

JCMR has recently introduced the study of Vessel Monitoring System for Fisheries with a focused approach on market size and volumes by application, particular industry process, product type, players, and production and market analysis. consumption taking into account the main factors, cost structure and regulatory factors. Currently, the Vessel Monitoring System for Fisheries Market is […]

Adjacent Smart Shipping Possibilities –

Many years ago and in another industry, not so far removed from maritime connectivity… I wrote an article providing views on “how much an airline would pay for an early release film (the content of the first window is the industry term). The article caused me a lot of trouble, writes Joshua Flood, senior research […]

The structural protein vimentin facilita...

Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) triggered the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, which has claimed more than 5.8 million lives as of February 14, 2022. SARS-CoV-2 binds to human cells through the use of its spike protein, which attaches to the human angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) receptor present on the surface of host […]

Maltese wanted in Italy says procedural ...

A Maltese man wanted in Italy on drug trafficking charges has filed a constitutional complaint alleging that a procedural error by an appeals court violated his fundamental right to a fair trial. Paul Attard claimed that a judge hearing his appeal against a magistrate’s decision to extradite him to Italy wrongly referred to a faulty […]

The River: Revisiting an ill-fated Delta...

The riverboat captain is a storyteller, and Captain Don Sanders will share the stories of his long association with the river – from discovery to a way of love and life. This is part of a long and continuous history. By Captain Don SandersSpecial for NKyTribune Captain Don is caring for his sick wife at […]

Biden warns Putin: you will pay a heavy ...

Joe Biden on Saturday night warned Vladimir Putin that the United States would “impose swift and severe costs on Russia” if its forces invaded Ukraine. In a phone call that lasted more than an hour, the US president said an invasion “would produce widespread human suffering and diminish Russia’s position.” The call was the culmination […]

Naval Vessel MRO Market by Covid-19 Impa...

the Global MRO Warships Market Research Report is an in-depth analysis of the Naval Vessel MRO industry as a whole while delving into the most critical and common growth factors and restraints followed by key market opportunities. The competitive scenario of the global MRO Vessels Market is extensively discussed in the report, keeping in mind […]

Legal Notes Regarding Virtual Company Me...

With the pandemic, almost all types of public servants have come to a halt, except the most essential. But as life must go on, humanity has found ways to go on living. Mega corporation Grameenphone held its 23rd annual general meeting of 2020 on its own digital platform, not in person. This is a brand […]

Three charged in human trafficking cases...

A center console boat, according to the US Coast Guard, was used to smuggle 26 people from Cuba to the United States on Sunday January 23, tied to a dock. US Coast Guard Federal grand juries indicted three men this month in separate migrant smuggling cases that took place off the Florida Keys between December […]

Anger over short cables casts new doubt ...

Short wiring PROBLEMS are set to further delay and increase costs over the already postponed delivery of two green ships to the center of the Scottish ferry fiasco. The latest ‘bombshell’ emerged after it was discovered on Christmas Eve that some of a ship’s electrical cable reels currently languishing in Ferguson Marine’s state-controlled Port Glasgow […]

Man fighting extradition to Italy loses ...

A Maltese man wanted by Italian police for his alleged involvement in drug trafficking has been denied bail pending a case alleging a violation of his human rights. Judge Francesco Depasquale dismissed Paul Attard’s bail request pending a complaint that his rights were violated because an extradition order against him could not be executed within […]

Brighton and Hove News » Greenpeace clea

Greenpeace has been cleared in a case which a judge says ‘borders on the absurd’ after the campaign group dropped rocks on the seabed in an area known as Offshore Brighton. Greenpeace dropped rocks from the MY Esperanza to build a barrier to protect the Offshore Brighton area from bottom dredging trawlers Judge Edward Bindloss […]

Multiple Hours | Standard Club: Fines f...

Standard Club’s Laura Ronan and Yassmin Hamzeh published an article on the P&I Club’s website on Thursday (February 3rd) informing readers of the “excess cargo hold” claims in Turkiye: The club has seen an increase in ‘excess bunker’ claims in Turkey in recent months, leading to delays for members’ ships as well as the possibility […]

Blizzard-like ‘bomb cyclones’ are booste

Warming ocean waters due to climate change are creating ideal conditions for more “bomb cyclone” events like the one that hit the northeast with extreme winter conditions in late January, experts say. The storm brought 23.6 inches of snow to the Boston area, tying its single-day snowfall record, and killed at least four people in […]

Is the governor’s peculiar port plan alr

Port of Alaska, photographed Sunday, March 14, 2021. (Loren Holmes/DNA) When Gov. Mike Dunleavy presented his proposed budget and general obligation package in December, one item on the infrastructure shortlist raised eyebrows: $175 million allocated to the “Knik Arm Port.” When asked what this article was referring to, given that there are two ports in […]

Canadian nationals rescued by BCG after ...

Two Canadian nationals were rescued by the Belize Coast Guard (BCG) earlier today after their vessel ‘JOLIE BRISE II’ ran aground on the reef. This morning, the BCG responded to a vessel in distress at Lighthouse Reef after being briefed on the situation by the Joint Intelligence Operations Center (JIOC) on Thursday. BCG teams stationed […]

Despite the Force overhaul, the Marine C...

The US Marine Corps is in the midst of a major force overhaul aimed at making it more relevant to the growing military challenge posed by China in the Pacific. The new approach, which was first reported by Commander David H. Berger in his June 2019 report planning tips, plans to shift to a more […]

10 Most Ridiculous Myths People Believe ...

“Warship” is a much broader term than most people realize. When they hear “warship”, most people think of battleships from World War II or wooden warships from the 1600s or 1700s. In reality, warships have a very varied history and are fascinating examples of mechanics and engineering. Related: A swarm of these flimsy British biplanes […]

The New Zealand border will reopen; HMS...

Prime Minister Scott Morrison praised Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan for his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and backed his decision to keep state borders closed. Speaking to Perth radio station 6PR this afternoon, Mr Morrison said he believed Mr McGowan had done the right thing by suspending the reopening indefinitely. Mark McGowan and Scott […]

Jan De Nul commands an unmanned surface ...

Jan De Nul has ordered a Hybrid Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) from Maritime Robotics which the company will deploy for hydrographic and environmental studies on marine and offshore construction projects around the world. Appointed Beluga 01 and ready to sail under the Luxembourg flag, the vessel is based on Maritime Robotics’ Mariner-class USV, for which […]

Auckland aid boat set to embark on pirat...

Ari Vanderschoot/Supplied The Rosalie Clare, a 70ft sailboat, had an illustrious history of island relief work, running a ‘sailing circus’ across the North Island, supporting kelp conservation and working with Iwi to support protests of Kennedy Point. A tourist vessel damaged beyond repair by Cyclone Ruby has been saved from scrapping, after a local school […]

Special tests of kidney tissue from deat...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers report the successful and safe transplantation of a kidney from a donor who died of complications from COVID-19. The case, which involved careful harvesting and sensitive molecular testing of the donor organ for the presence of the virus, demonstrates that healthy kidneys from these previously discarded donors can […]

Special tests of kidney tissue from dece...

While some kidneys from deceased coronavirus-infected donors have been successfully transplanted in the United States since the start of the pandemic, Johns Hopkins Medicine investigators say their transplant is one of the first documented cases in which samples of Donor tissues were analyzed with sophisticated tools capable of detecting molecular evidence of the virus. A […]

Safety is key: English jurisdiction clau...

Vessel owners and charterers (among others) may limit their liability for property loss or damage depending on the tonnage of the vessel involved in the incident. Two international conventions are frequently applied, the 1976 Limitation of Maritime Claims Convention (“LLMC 1976”) and the 1996 Protocol to the LLMC 1976, which provide for very different limits. […]

Commission cited refusal to accept respo...

LAKE GEORGE — Alexander West’s refusal to immediately accept responsibility for causing the crash that killed 8-year-old Charlotte McCue in 2016 and his filing of multiple appeals were the main reasons he stood denied parole last month, according to a copy of the decision. West, 29, appeared before the parole board on Dec. 8 to […]

Millennial Artifacts From San Antonio Ar...

The past doesn’t always scream through the words on the pages. Sometimes it has to be pieced together bit by bit with the clues hidden under our feet. This is the case of the current exhibition at the San Antonio Museum of Art entitled Nature, Power and Mayan Royals: Recent Discoveries from the Buenavista del […]

Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: seven new cas...

Covid 19 Delta outbreak: the traffic light system explained. Video / Jed Bradley / Mark Mitchell / Ben Cummins There are seven new Covid cases in Rotorua and eight in the Bay of Plenty District Health Board area today. Of the seven cases in Rotorua, six are contacts of previously reported cases. The remaining case […]

Body Vessel Clay Review at Two Temple Pl...

Review at a glance J he annual exhibition at Two Temple Place is intended to showcase collections across the UK. It may be exactly what you’d expect from this almost mind-blowing neo-Gothic mansion – a few years ago there was an exhibition by 19th-century critic John Ruskin. But it also hosts works that challenge or […]

Coast Guard suspends search for migrants...

The Coast Guard said Thursday it had found four more bodies in its search for dozens of migrants lost at sea off Florida, but would suspend rescue operations when the sun went down unless it received new information. Homeland Security Investigations officials said they were actively investigating the case as a human trafficking operation. Authorities […]

Constitutional Court rules against Sea W...

The Constitutional Court dismissed a case brought by the sea rescue NGO Sea Watch, in which the NGO claimed that a four-month detention of one of its ships in the port of Valletta due to administrative shortcomings , had violated his property rights, judging that it had been filed nine days too late. The case […]

No new cases of COVID-19 on Tonga relief...

COVID-19 cases among the crew of the virus-stricken HMAS Adelaide did not increase further as the ship arrived in Tonga to deliver life-saving tsunami relief supplies. The ship was allowed to dock in Tonga on Wednesday and offload supplies, including water purification and hygiene kits, despite 23 crew members aboard the ship contracting COVID-19 after […]

Covid-19, Omicron and Vaccine News: live...

PictureA health worker takes a swab sample from a woman to test for coronavirus after cases of the Omicron variant were detected in Porto Alegre, Brazil last week.Credit…Diego Vara/Reuters A wave of coronavirus driven by the highly infectious wave of Omicron variants may peak in parts of North America and Europe, but new cases continue […]

Illegal commercial fishermen off Swami f...

Atop the Marine Safety Center in Encinitas, a ProtectedSeas Marine Monitor, or M2, vessel tracking system, installed in November 2020, was used by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to confirm illegal commercial fishing off Swami. ENCINITAS — A commercial passenger fishing vessel that was caught fishing illegally in the Swami State Marine Conservation […]

KVH Industries (KVHI) Partners with Scan...

Receive instant alerts when news is published about your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. KVH Industries, Inc., (Nasdaq: KVHI), today announced that ScanReach, an innovator in on-board wireless connectivity solutions designed specifically for the steel vessel environment, has joined the KVH Watch® Solution Partner program. and will offer KVH […]

India fines Japanese car transport compa...

India is the latest country to fine car transport companies for forming cartels (file photo) Posted on 24 January 2022 13:19 by The Maritime Executive Indian authorities have fined several of Japan’s major car transport companies after finding the companies guilty of breaches of India’s competition law, which prohibits anti-competitive agreements, including cartels. The Competition […]

Cruise ship changes course after US judg...

A cruise ship with hundreds of passengers diverted to the Bahamas after a US judge ordered the vessel seized in an unpaid fuel lawsuit Through ADRIANA GOMEZ LICONA Associated Press January 23, 2022, 10:50 p.m. • 2 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article MIAMI — A cruise ship that was supposed to […]

The island nation of Kiribati was one of...

The Pacific island nation of Kiribati, which had kept the coronavirus almost entirely at bay, went into quarantine on Saturday for the first time in the pandemic. The government imposed a 24-hour curfew after passengers on the first international flight in months tested positive for the virus. Before this month, the island, one of the […]

5 Things That Make No Sense In Rainbow S...

Rainbow Six Extraction, a wildly successful and highly regarded Rainbow Six Siege spin-off, is about a task force known as the REACT (Rainbow Exogenous Analysis & Containment Team). REACT, a group of characters from Siege, is tasked with seeking out and eliminating the Archaeans, a deadly alien parasite that is slowly invading the world. Of […]

Hutley of the Strike Force Center addres...

A local U.S. Coast Guard unit located about six miles from Base Elizabeth City has its roots in a 1972 federal environmental law. Capt. Tedd Hutley, commander of the National Strike Force Coordination Center, recently provided this tidbit and other information during a presentation at the Elizabeth City Morning Rotary Club. The Coast Guard National […]

In times of crisis, manufacturers turn t...

The volatility of artificial intelligence estimates in the manufacturing market – $5 billion or $10 billion or $16 billion between 2025 and 2027 – corresponds to the volatility of the manufacturing industry when Covid-19 broke the chains of supplies and disrupted logistics networks, all over the world. But all point to a surge in AI […]

COVID disrupts aid flight to tsunami-hit...

Band Praveen Menon, Kirsty Needham and Tom Westbrook WELLINGTON/SYDNEY, January 21 (Reuters) – As aid pours into the South Pacific nation of Tonga, devastated by a volcanic eruption and tsunami, an Australian aid flight was forced to return to base due to a positive case of COVID-19 in board, a defense official said Friday. Tonga […]

On Police Logs 1.20.22

Amagansett A bush near his driveway was “aggressively cut down” by a city worker, leaving a bare spot in his landscaping, a Surf Drive resident complained to police Friday afternoon. Police say the bush in question encroached on the road, but the owner has been urged to file a complaint with the city. East Hampton […]

The sewer could hold the key if cases he...

When it comes to understanding where the COVID-19 virus might be showing up in large numbers, the answer might be in the water. Sewage, to be exact. Sewage testing, along with social media monitoring, can give an idea of ​​the prevalence of the virus in specific areas. As many parts of Canada impose restrictions on […]

The Wildest ‘Yellow Vests’ Season 2 Theo

yellow jackets‘ The Season 1 finale answered some of the show’s most pressing questions, but it also ended with several cliffhangers. Like, what’s wrong with Taissa’s spooky basement shrine? Are the woods haunted? And what’s up with Lottie? ! “We are extremely meticulous and deliberate in how we create the architecture of the story,” said […]

Omicron, Global Testing and Cases News: ...

PictureThe emergency department dedicated to Covid-19 patients at Brooklyn Hospital Center last week. Hospitals across the country are facing staffing shortages as they deal with a growing number of Omicron cases.Credit…Victor J. Blue for The New York Times A wave of Omicron cases may be peaking in the northeastern US, but the number of Covid-19 […]

Select itinerary changes for three Carni...

Cruise line Carnival this week announced several itinerary changes for three different ships for voyages departing this year, in 2023 and 2024. This includes changes to the Fun Ship Meetup cruise on board Carnival Sunrise Later this year. Other ships that have changed their routes include Carnival Shard for one cruise in December this year […]

Active Covid-19 cases in the Maldives re...

Active cases of Covid-19 across the Maldives have risen to 5,975 with more than 1,000 new infections reported on Sunday. According to the latest figures published by the Health Protection Agency (HPA), a total of 1,209 new cases of Covid-19 and 111 additional recoveries were confirmed in the archipelago between 6 p.m. Saturday and 6 […]

A fan of color? Here are our favorite c...

If, like us, you have a thing for technicolor timepieces, check out our favorite luxury watches of all shades and hues. Back then, watch faces were black or white, silver or gold. Now they come in just about every hue imaginable. We sift through the spectrum of shades you can strap to your wrist, from […]

Northland news in brief: No injuries in ...

The driver of this Mitsubishi was lucky to escape injury after crashing through bollards, over a wooden lookout and into dunes at Ocean Beach, Whangārei Heads, on Friday night. Photo/Mike Dinsdale A car crashed on the road at Whangārei Heads on Friday evening. The car pulled out of the parking lot at the end of […]

Maldives confirms 967 new cases of Covid...

Of the nearly 1,000 new Covid-19 cases confirmed in the Maldives as of sunset on Friday, 475 were detected in the congested capital Malé City. According to the latest figures published by the Health Protection Agency (HPA), a total of 967 new cases of Covid-19 and 203 additional recoveries were confirmed in the archipelago between […]

Zaghari-Ratcliffe hopeful after fellow B...

BEIRUT: As the Lebanese people continue to grapple with the effects of the financial crisis in the country, political unrest and the consequences of the devastating explosion at the port of Beirut, concern is growing about the health consequences of these crises mental. Although no exact statistics are available on how many people are taking […]

On board an oil tanker in Turkey’s dange

Jhe Bosphorus looked calm as the Gas Grouper, a 570ft long tanker, glided through the strait. But as he watched from the navigation bridge, Ismail Akpinar, a Turkish ship pilot, saw only dangers ahead: the chaos of the currents, the hairpin bend and the dozens of ferries, fishing boats and pleasure yachts obstructing travel to […]

Viking makes its debut in the expedition...

The design is suitable for operation in Arctic and Antarctic waters as well as the Great Lakes region of North America, and offers premium facilities and onboard comfort for up to 378 passengers. The project is separate from the 16-ship Viking Star-class program that runs until 2027 at Fincantieri, VARD’s parent organization. Revealing few details […]

What are the main causes of cerebral str...

Although a stroke can affect anyone, regardless of their age group, people between the ages of 30 and 50 are at higher risk due to changing lifestyles and stress. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is cut off or when a nerve or blood vessel inside the brain bursts. In either […]

Redington Beach is taking action to enfo...

REDINGTON BEACH — The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office should now be more willing to enforce Redington Beach rules on motorboats and check abandoned and docked vessels in city waters. The city’s ordinance, revised at the Jan. 5 city commission meeting, stresses that it is illegal for anyone to live aboard a watercraft within the Redington […]

AS Tallink Grupp: Tallink Grupp’s vessel

Tallink Grupp’s vessel Victoria I will undergo regular maintenance at the BLRT ship repair yard in Klaipeda Tue 11 Jan 2022 09:30:00 +0200 Tallink Grupp’s vessel Victoria I, which normally operates on the company’s Tallinn-Stockholm route, will undergo regular technical maintenance from today, January 11 until January 26, 2022 in Klaipeda , at the BLRT […]