There has been much debate about the COLREGS over the last 12 months or so, with many suggesting that it is now time for not just some amendments but a total revision of the Rules. So are the … [Read more...] about COLREGS: Still Fit for Purpose?
The 20,000 teu Ever Given is being detained after its arrest by the Egyptian authorities over a $916m compensation demand by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) after the containership blocked the key … [Read more...] about ITF representatives visit crew of the Ever Given
A Bahamas-flagged ship, the MV HELIOS RAY, was hit by an explosion in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday, the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) and a maritime security firm said on … [Read more...] about Vehicle-carrier ship hit by explosion in Gulf of Oman
The External Affairs Standing Committee of Parliament, headed by veteran BJP MP PP Chaudhary has recommended that the maximum punishment for a pirate should be death penalty. In its report on the … [Read more...] about India – Panel recommends death for Pirates
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