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Survitec achieves lifeboat training standard

Survitec, the survival technology solutions provider, has become one of the first maritime safety companies to achieve ISO 23678:2022 1-4 certification. This important standard was introduced in 2022 to establish the uniform and consistent training of personnel involved [Read more...]

April 14th, 2024|

Royal Caribbean suspends Labadee calls

On 14th March, Royal Caribbean Group (RCI) suspended calls to Labadee, a secluded peninsula in Haiti, for seven days. This follows months of escalating violence in the country, a senior company executive said on social media. The company will continue [Read more...]

March 27th, 2024|

Atlantic storm warning given

Global weather service, AccuWeather has warned people and businesses to start preparing for a frenzy of tropical activity that could have major impacts on the US this hurricane season. The AccuWeather 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast envisages 20 [Read more...]

March 27th, 2024|

Charge filed against KiwiRail for ropax incident

Maritime New Zealand has filed a charge against KiwiRail in relation the January, 2023 loss of propulsion incident involving the Interislander ferry, ‘Kaitaki ‘. ‘Kaitaki’ lost power while approaching Wellington Harbour on 28th January last year, with more than [Read more...]

January 29th, 2024|

Cruise ships avoid the Red Sea

Due to the threat of terrorist attacks in the lower Red Sea area, cruise ship operators with vessels due to transit the area are switching their itineraries. For example, MSC has announced that the ‘MSC Poesia’s’ world cruise [Read more...]

January 13th, 2024|