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Mammoth cargo ship stranded in rough seas docks in Sydney after daring rescue mission - ...

The Daily Mail 06 Jul 2022
A large cargo ship that was stranded at sea for two days after it lost power has been towed safely into Port Botany, following a daring rescue mission ... Marine pilots had boarded the ship earlier on Wednesday to assess it was safe for it to dock. Crew on board the ship spent two nights on stormy seas after the ship lost power on Monday morning.
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Maersk steps down from ICS board citing lobby group’s lack of green ambition

Splash24/7 06 Jul 2022
In a slap to its position as the authoritative, unified voice on all matters shipping, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has seen one of the most famous names in the business step down from the lobby group’s board over its lack of green ambition ... Replacing the Danish representation on the ICS board is Jacob Meldgaard, the CEO of Torm.
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A Scandinavian summer cruise in the Svalbard archipelago

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Jul 2022
Anyone want to see some ice?” he asked at his welcome-on-board speech ... My home for eight days was Le Commandant Charcot, the newest ship in French-owned Ponant’s fleet and named after the 19th-century explorer Jean-Baptiste Charcot ... Back on board, the crew excitedly announced another bear sighting.
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Norway Greenlights Blocked Goods for Russian Arctic Miners

Moscow Times 06 Jul 2022
Norway has now allowed the goods to continue on their journey to Barentsburg on a Norwegian truck, followed by a Norwegian ship. “Two containers with goods for Barentsburg are currently on board a Norwegian ship that is headed from Tromsø to Longyearbyen,” Ane Lunde, a spokesperson for Norway’s Foreign Ministry, told NRK.
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U-boats on the prowl in the gulf

Sulphur Springs News-Telegram 06 Jul 2022
Buried in the back pages of a Houston newspaper in July 1942 was a brief account of the sinking on the fifth of the month of a cargo ship “somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico.” ... Out in the Gulf, however, it was a different story as German submarines or U-boats stalked the busy shipping lines.
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McAllister Towing’s chairman Captain Brian McAllister dies age 89

The Villager 06 Jul 2022
He was also a board member for South Street Seaport Museum, the Maritime Association of New York/New Jersey, the National Maritime Historical Society, the American Bureau of Shipping and the American Steamship Owners Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association.
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Norwegian Cruise scraps COVID testing for select voyages

Toronto Sun 06 Jul 2022
Passengers boarding Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings ships won’t have to take COVID-19 tests from next month unless required by local law, the U.S ... Norwegian Cruise, the parent of Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, runs ships departing from several countries including the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, New Zealand and Sweden ... .
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Change the world

Evening Times 06 Jul 2022
All that happens to you has already been sifted through the hands of God ... We have our expectations but God has His altercations ... Jonah boarded a ship and sailed in the opposite direction of where God told him to go. While sleeping in the hold of the ship – God caused a storm to develop – the sailors did all they could to save the ship and themselves ... .
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EXPLAINER: Factors behind Sydney’s recent flood emergencies

The Associated Press 06 Jul 2022
Hong Kong-registered cargo ship Portland Bay ... Transport Minister Catherine King thanked tugboat and rescue crews, saying the ship had been in serious danger of being wrecked on the coast, which would have risked the lives of 21 crew members on board and an environmental disaster.
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Homes of 85,000 people at risk, but rain eases around Sydney

Korea Times 06 Jul 2022
Hong Kong-registered cargo ship Portland Bay ... Transport Minister Catherine King thanked tugboat and rescue crews, saying the ship had been in serious danger of being wrecked on the coast, which would have risked the lives of 21 crew members on board and an environmental disaster.
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Israel to reopen trade office in Istanbul, in further sign of warming ties

The Jerusalem Post 06 Jul 2022
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After cargo ship incident, Turkey will soon close the Bosphorus for Russia

Pravda 05 Jul 2022
Turkey fulfils all requirements coming from Kyiv The Russia-leased Kazakh ship Zhibek Zholy, with 7,000 tons of grain on board, was supposed to unload the ...
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DNV Recognizes Aegean Myth as the First Verified SEEMP III Vessel

The Maritime Executive 05 Jul 2022
The Ship Operational Carbon Intensity Plan or SEEMP Part III, is part of IMO’s strategy to reduce shipping’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and a verified SEEMP Part III must be kept on board from 1 January 2023 ... The CII will require more of the shipping industry in terms of data collection and sharing.
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Innovative New Stateroom Entry Experience, Princess Prizes, Rolling Out Fleetwide Offering Guests Chance to Win ...

Victoria Advocate 05 Jul 2022
Princess Prizes also takes full advantage of Princess' exclusive MedallionClass experience which begins with the Medallion™ wearable, a quarter-sized, device that enables everything from expedited contactless boarding to locating loved ones anywhere on the ship, as well as ...
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3 feet of rain sets up flood misery for Sydney

TDT News 05 Jul 2022
Off the New South Wales coast, a cargo ship with 21 crew members lost power after leaving port in Wollongong on Monday morning ... The ship has engineers on board capable of repairing the engine, port official John Finch told reporters ... An earlier plan to airlift the ship’s crew to safety was abandoned because of bad weather ... “It’s just devastating ... ....

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