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<div class="cStream-Attachment-inner-custom"><div><div style="float:left; width: 130px;margin-right: 12px;float: left;color: transparent;"><a href="/…; target="_blank"><img… style="width: 200px;height: auto;" /></div><div style="width: 75%;float: left;"><div style="font-weight: bold;font-size: 18px;margin: 0 auto 2px auto;"><a href="/…; title="…; target="_blank">6 Indian sailors killed, 6 missing in Kerch strait ship accident</div><div style="margin: 0 auto 8px auto;">Two fuel ships carrying Indian and Turkish crew members caught fire in Kerch Strait</div></div></div></div>

It is a wonderful thing, the facility of communication. For those who recall the sparse radio communications between ship and shore, with the agent’s boat the more useful vehicle for transmitting anything other than a few terse code phrases, that of the present might seem pretty well miraculous. 

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The most critical asset in machinery operation in a ship is its personnel - marine engineers. However, there is a need to recognize and fully determine what elements are required for

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These are abstracts of the report of a study done by MARITIME ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION BRANCH (MAIB) of U.K., which highlights the risks involved in the lifeboat launching system during drills and its actual use and also on the real necessity of having a lifeboat in conjunction with other LSA on board.

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The “International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments” (BWM) is the full name used by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to describe the rules that govern the management of a vessel’s ballast water.

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Reductions in snow cover and sea ice have increased Arctic shipping activities by governmental and commercial entities from the eight nations which claim Arctic territory. 

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Golden Bollard 2017


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