Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 28 March 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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EVER GIVEN: Statement from IMO Secretary General Kitack
SUEZ CRISIS – Situation remains unchanged on Sunday morning
Prioritised vaccinations for aircrew and seafarers: ICAO joins UN call
Drama in Palma as jihadists overrun town
SUEZ CANAL REMAINS BLOCKED BY EVER GIVEN – May have to remove containers
Vaccination for Seafarers and Shipping Companies: A Practical Guide
REFLECTIONS: Pacific Legend, one of the world’s largest platform supply vessels
Norway gives go-ahead for the Stad Ship Tunnel
TRADE NEWS: ClassNK issues AiP for design of methanol dual-fueled tanker
SA Navy’s new Multi Mission Inshore Patrol Vessel P1571 makes an appearance
MOZAMBIQUE INSURGENCY: Palma under attack, may have fallen
French Navy nabs ship off Gulf of Guinea smuggling drugs
Al SAFA: Cape Town’s other bunker tanker
SAIMI: Youth encouraged to dream big and dive in
A Tale of Two Tankers: Bow Sun & Victorious
UK Consultation into Polar Code begins
Giant Evergreen container ships Ever Given goes aground and blocks Suez Canal
Cape Acacia becomes latest and largest addition to the South African Register
James Fisher Subtech is launched, consolidates subsea offering
REFLECTIONS: Multipurpose offshore vessel Telford 30
HMS Montrose makes another drug strike in Arabian Sea
The ITF Seafarers’ Survey for March 2021
Snakes or Ladders: Boarding and Landing of Marine Pilots
REFLECTIONS: Mamola Serenity’s extended stay in Cape Town
WHARF TALK: Cape Town Ships Today
A message from IMO Secretary-General:
COVID-19 crew change crisis still a challenge
WHARF TALK: South Africa looks to Karpowerships for energy relief
NEW BOOKS: The Battle of the Atlantic
Danish frigate to head for Gulf of Guinea
Walvis Bay-bound train derails, travelling too fast, say reports
NSPCA says it is appalled at yet another livestock vessel causing animals to suffer
WTO Director-General concludes successful official visit to Nigeria

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