Maritime Safety News Today

 Gibraltar collision updates:

Cargo boat and tanker collide off Gibraltar
Typically Spanish – Malaga,Spain
The crew has been taken off the scrap metal vessel, ‘New Flame’, while they remain on board the tanker where divers are checking the vessel‘s structure.

UPDATE – Port investigation into vessel collision
gibfocus.gi – Gibraltar
All emergency equipment has been in place ready to deploy to the vessel at short notice should a fuel incident unfold. The Junta de Andalucia and Spanish

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Caruana cancels vacation to be involved in salvage operations
gibfocus.gi – Gibraltar
Just as the Government issued its statement, providing details over today’s maritime collision in which a cargo vessel collided with a products tanker,

LNG shipping operations e-learning programme
Malaysia Star – Malaysia
MALACCA: Seafarers can now enhance their knowledge in the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) shipping operations and technology via a newly launched web-based

RP gets P555M grant from Japan for disaster prevention
GMA news.tv – Quezon City,Metro Manila,Philippines
With the rainy season finally here, the Philippines received some P555 million in grants from Japan for disaster prevention and maritime safety.

Coast Guard works on copter jump training
Cape Cod Times – Hyannis,MA,USA
Personnel from the Maritime Safety and Security Team are training at Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod and off the coast. The training is focused on

Crew rescued after boat is beached
New Zealand Herald – New Zealand
Photo / Malcolm Pullman A Maritime New Zealand investigation is under way after three crew were rescued from a remote part of the Northland coast yesterday

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