Another hurdle to crew change hits Singapore crews

Marine Daily
Test run of rotor sail on Viking Grace completed

With the three-year test completed, rotor sail will come off cruise ferry at next service period. Full Article


Singapore prohibits crew change for crew with recent travel history to India

With coronavirus surging in India, Singapore bans changes of crew with recent history of travel to a major crew supply nation. Full Article

Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding delivers new Maryland Pilots launch

Since the Chesapeake class pilot boat was introduced by Gladding-Hearn in 2003, 22 have been delivered to 12 pilot associations throughout the United States. Full Article

Docking a dive boat is a first for Navy’s oldest floating dry dock

Normally, the 1948-built drydock is used for flat-hulled craft, but after docking a round-bottomed dive boat, Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center sees more vessel types using it. Full Article

Euronav orders VLCC newbuilds with “ammonia-ready” potential

The tanker giant hopes class will be able to grant notation by the end of summer. Full Article

Marine Log Magazine
Could ban on use of fossil fuels by ships come in this decade?

A new study from MAN outlines four scenarios that explore how to reach the maritime industry’s climate targets by 2050. It also considers consequences of a failure to do so. Full Article