Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 18 May 2024

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Bow Capricorn

WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – TORM HELVIG
Dali had two electrical failures minutes before colliding with Baltimore Bridge – preliminary NTSB Report
The IMO Maritime Safety Committee: London this week and next
The Future is Now: Maris Fiducia teams up with HAV & Norwegian
Namport handles 8 million tonnes of cargo, its highest yet
WHARF TALK: diving support vessel – TRAPICHE EMERALD
Construction of a multipurpose vessel for Cape Town port commences
NEW BOOK:  Remembering the Queen Mary
Xeneta Update: Congestion at Mediterranean ports is unintended consequence of Red Sea diversions
Cabo Delgado Special Report: Big rise in insurgent activity in past month
WHARF TALK: anchor handling, tug, and supply vessel – AHTS ADVENTUROUS
USS Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams (ESB 4) goes aground off Libreville, Gabon
2024 International Day for Women in Maritime
West Africa Container Terminal (WACT) swaps diesel for solar
CMA CGM strengthens its Africa services with India and the Middle East
WHARF TALK: Super yacht – OPERA
Graduation ceremony for Transnet employees
13th iteration of Exercise Obangame Express underway
Tunisian Port Authority to use Kongsberg thrusters on six stern-drive tugs
Pirate attack in Gulf of Aden 
Shipping and the Environment: A Guide to Environmental Compliance
In Conversation: US-Africa trade deal turns 25 next year: Agoa’s winners, losers and what should come next
Salalah offers a multimodal alternative to Red Sea route
Trade News: Drydocks World unveils major propeller repair enhancements

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