Apr
13

DeltaMeco Piracy Awareness Campaign

BY PAUL SHERWOOD  |  POSTED IN MARITIME NEWS
Thanks to the bbc for an excellent radio program, educational and informative - Please show your support @ http://www.saveourseafarers.com/ ...
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Apr
13

Piracy Awareness Campaign

BY PAUL SHERWOOD  |  POSTED IN CREW MANAGEMENT
Thanks to the bbc for an excellent radio program, educational and informative - Please show your support @ http://www.saveourseafarers.com/...
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Apr
6

Mariners fatigue at sea

BY PAUL SHERWOOD  |  POSTED IN MARITIME NEWS
 Project Horizon is a European Commission funded project investigating the impact of fatigue on the cognitive performance and decision-making of ships’ watchkeeping officers. The €3.78m project has captured the interest of the shipping industry as concern rises over incidents and accidents at sea that are increasingly attributed to seafarer fatigue.A number of experi...
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Apr
5

Officer Fatigue at sea

BY PAUL SHERWOOD  |  POSTED IN CREW MANAGEMENT
 Project Horizon is a European Commission funded project investigating the impact of fatigue on the cognitive performance and decision-making of ships’ watchkeeping officers. The €3.78m project has captured the interest of the shipping industry as concern rises over incidents and accidents at sea that are increasingly attributed to seafarer fatigue.A number of experi...
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Apr
4

Suez Canal disrupted

BY PAUL SHERWOOD  |  POSTED IN MARITIME NEWS
Traffic through Egypt’s Suez Canal was disrupted after a 42,000-tonne container ship ran aground on Sunday due to engine failure, an official at the Suez Canal Authority said.The ship ran aground at al-Kantara city near the Mediterranean port city of Port Said, blocking the movement of 28 other ships in the waterway, the official said.Efforts were under way to move the ship that ro...
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Apr
4

Suez Canal disrupted

BY PAUL SHERWOOD  |  POSTED IN CREW MANAGEMENT
Traffic through Egypt’s Suez Canal was disrupted after a 42,000-tonne container ship ran aground on Sunday due to engine failure, an official at the Suez Canal Authority said.The ship ran aground at al-Kantara city near the Mediterranean port city of Port Said, blocking the movement of 28 other ships in the waterway, the official said.Efforts were under way to move the ship that ro...
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