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Seventh man arrested after two tonnes of cocaine seized from cargo ship in Cork

The Irish Times 28 Sep 2023
Photograph ... Barry Roche ... The 189-metre-long Panamanian registered bulk carrier was detained after a team of elite Army Rangers boarded the ship off Ballycotton at around lunch hour on Tuesday, took control of the ship and ordered her to head for Cork after she attempted to head for the open sea. READ MORE ... .
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Cork drugs cargo ship may have two tonnes of cocaine worth €150 milion

The Irish Times 27 Sep 2023
It could take gardai and customs officials several days to thoroughly search the bulk carrier, MV Matthew, now detained off the Cork coast. The size of the 189 metre bulk carrier means that it could take several days to thoroughly search the vessel, which sources believe was involved in the multi drop off of large quantities of drugs in Europe.
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Prepare for a long war in Ukraine—NATO chief

Manila Standard 17 Sep 2023
“Therefore we must prepare ourselves for a long war in Ukraine.” ... In this photograph taken during the weekend, the “Aroyat” bulk carrier ship registered in Palau, sails towards the Ukrainian Black sea port of Chornomorsk, using a temporary corridor set up by Kyiv to ensure safe navigation through the Black Sea, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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Fifth Bulker Breaks Out of Odesa After Being Trapped for 18 Months

The Maritime Executive 15 Sep 2023
The departure of the Puma (34,979 dwt), a dry bulk carrier registered in the Cayman Islands, is being confirmed by the vessel’s AIS signal ... Ukraine offered commercial ships caught in its ports the opportunity to register to travel along the corridor which was established in August 2023, but warned they needed to accept the risks ... ....
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Eastern Pacific Shipping invests in ammonia dual-fuel propulsion

Seatrade Maritime News 07 Sep 2023
Two of the MoUs involve Lloyd’s Register and Qingdao Beihai Shipyard where the Eastern Pacific-managed Newcastlemax bulk carriers will be constructed, and Jiangnan Shipyard where the VLACs will be built ... Newcastlemax bulk carriers are larger than capesize vessels typically ranging in size between 205-211,000 dwt.
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Lessons learned: Fatal accident on board during a vessel shifting operation

SAFETY4SEA 31 Aug 2023
Hong Kong provides lessons learned from a fatal accident happened on board a Hong Kong registered bulk carrier (the vessel) at the port of Pascagoula, USA, when it was undergoing a shifting operation in the berth. The incident. The vessel was alongside the berth at the port of Pascagoula, USA, for loading petroleum coke in bulk ... Lessons learned ... ....
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Lessons learned: Ensure the crew wears safety belts when working aloft

SAFETY4SEA 03 Aug 2023
Hong Kong Merchant Shipping has issued an information note to draw lessons learned from an incident where a fatal accident took place on board during cargo hold cleaning. The incident. A fatal accident happened on board a Hong Kong registered bulk carrier (the vessel) when it was en route to Balikpapan, Indonesia ... Investigation� ... Lessons learned ... ....
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Man dies of serious injuries at Port of Aberdeen

SAFETY4SEA 25 Jul 2023
... it is believed the incident happened on board the 180-meter-long, 37,668 DWT bulk carrier Iberian Bulker, which is registered in Denmark and is owned by J.
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MALI : Moscow supplies Bamako with Russian wheat at knock-down prices

Africa Intelligence 18 Jul 2023
Still docked at the port of Conakry in Guinea on 13 July, the Belize-registered bulk carrier Amano T finished unloading ....
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Shipping industry ‘needs to do more to protect crew in enclosed spaces’

Tradewinds 18 Jul 2023
... of Man-registered bulk carrier Berge Mawson in June last year.
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UK MAIB Annual Report 2022

SAFETY4SEA 17 Jul 2023
The deaths of three stevedores on board the Isle of Man registered bulk carrier Berge Mawson in the middle of the year was a stark reminder that the industry still has much work to do to mitigate the hazards posed by noxious atmospheres.
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PCG assists injured Indian crew while on board a vessel off Catanduanes

The Philadelphia Inquirer 06 Jul 2023
The unidentified crew is a member of a Singaporean-registered bulk carrier MV Fomento Two ... The PCG then ... .
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INTERCARGO: Industry shows a steady increase in detention rates

SAFETY4SEA 13 Jun 2023
The INTERCARGO Benchmarking Bulk Carriers 2022-2023 report has been published, which evaluates the bulk carrier industry through various performance indicators ... In 2022 the global bulk carrier fleet was registered with 92 Flags, an increase of 4 since last year.
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INTERCARGO Members Surpass Industry Average Performance

The Maritime Executive 12 Jun 2023
The Benchmarking Bulk Carriers 2022-2023 Report provides ... In 2022 the global bulk carrier fleet was registered with 92 Flags, an increase of four compared to 2021 and out of these, 15 have fleets of 100 bulk carriers or more, accounting for just over 89% of the global bulker fleet.
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Report Points to Rudder Failure in 2022 Grounding of Hagen Oldendorff

The Maritime Executive 08 Jun 2023
The report shows that on the morning of April 7, 2022, the 984-foot Liberian-registered bulk carrier arrived at Port Hedland, Western Australia from Tianjin, China, to load a cargo of iron ore.

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