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Sunday, 21 July 2019
Balboa Yacht Club – Governor’s Cup 2019, Day 5
 
Balboa Yacht Club – Governor’s Cup 2019, Day 5 Egnot-Johnson (NZL) survives a late charge by Takahashi (NZL) to win the finals 3-2; by all accounts, the closest racing in the 53-year history of the Governor’s Cup; Parkin tops Dair 2-1 in the Petit Final NEWPORT BEACH, CA (Saturday, July 20, 2019) – After five […]...
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Saturday, 20 July 2019
Fighting to the Finish in Nice
 
Fighting to the Finish in Nice There is very little that is predictable about the racing in the Tour Voile and this 42nd edition is no exception. From the top eight boats that qualify for the Nautical Stadium Finals to the daily winners and even the wind conditions, anything can and does happen on a […]...
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Friday, 19 July 2019
Decarbonization has become one of the biggest challenges for shipping
 
During an interview with the SAFETY4SEA team at Nor-Shipping 2019, Kirsi Tikka, Executive Vice President, Global Marine, ABS, shared her views on why decarbonization has become one of the biggest challenges for shipping. In addition, Dr. Tikka gave her insight on what will be the biggest shipping challenges up to 2030 regarding sustainable shipping.
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Friday, 19 July 2019
IMO condemns tanker attacks in Strait of Hormuz
 
​During its meeting in London on 15-19 July, the Council of the IMO condemned the recent attacks on commercial shipping in the Strait of Hormuz and Sea of Oman, with IMO Secretary General urging all Member States to shed efforts to ensure maritime security in the region. 
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Friday, 19 July 2019
Oxygen Deficiency: The Silent Killer
 
Injury or death due to oxygen deficiency is a common hazard in the maritime industry. An oxygen-deficient atmosphere has less than 19.5% available oxygen (O2) and any atmosphere with less than 20.8 % oxygen should not be entered.
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Friday, 19 July 2019
Shipping to look for new technologies to boost cyber security
 
Marlink’s President Maritime, Tore Morten Olsen, in an interview with the SAFETY4SEA team during Oslo’s Nor-Shipping, addresses that the maritime sector should firstly focus on seafarers’ education to reduce the human risk and then look for innovative ways to be protected from cyber risks.
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Friday, 19 July 2019
10 Reasons why drill performance is substandard onboard ships
 
Drill Performance onboard ships is the most vital element of a successful emergency response. Drills are required either by legislation or as part of the Company SMS and the time and energy spent across the industry to comply with legislation and ensure a proper response when necessary is huge.
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Friday, 19 July 2019
How speed reduction can contribute to emissions reduction: Defining terms and measures on the table
 
In an exclusive interview with SAFETY4SEA, Dr. Harilaos Psaraftis, Professor at the Department of Technology, Management and Economics, Management Science Division of Technical University of Denmark (DTU), clarifies the difference between the terms “speed optimization” and “speed reduction” and how speed reduction can lead to GHG emissions reductions.
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Friday, 19 July 2019
Today’s vessels need flexible design to comply with upcoming legislations
 
During an interview with the SAFETY4SEA team at Nor-Shipping 2019, Jan Erik Rasanen, Head of New Technologies, Foreship, talked about the need of today’s ships to comply with upcoming legislations, providing an overview of the major highlights regarding alternative propulsion technologies for ships.
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Friday, 19 July 2019
Green Watch – Future Lookout on upcoming Sulphur Cap challenges
 
The 2019 Hellenic American Maritime Forum gathered experts from the maritime industry, who provided their knowledge and expertise on critical matters that the industry is currently focusing on. One of the key discussions was about the approaching 2020 sulphur cap and the challenges around it. 
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