Reported Pirates areas in Gulf of Guinea

Caution to Seafarers: Pirates Attacks on Merchant Vessel in Gulf of Guinea

As a matter of urgency, merchant ships trading in the Gulf of Guinea has been advised adhering to the piracy-specific Best Management Practice (BMP5) and transit with caution. The ARX Maritime Anti-Piracy barriers feature in the latest BMP5 is a recommended measure to support vessels on safe trading on the area. Therefore, same information has …

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Italian Navy Logistics Support Ship (LSS) Caught fire in La Spezia

The vessel belonging to Italian Navy caught fire at about 2200 Italian local time(ILT). The naval Logistics Support Ship (LSS) “VULCANO” which was under construction at Fincantieri Ship Yard, La Spezia yesterday night 22 July caught fire with the midship areas and Superstructure sections reportedly, affected by the fire. The vessel which was to be commissioned …

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11 Mistakes sailors make and how to avoid them

There are lots of mistakes some sailors do while onboard. Such mistakes sometimes place a high risk to the Seafarer career, life and that of the ship. Also rise a question about if the person is really professional on job or not. While analyzing Such mistakes People said to be self-carelessness, untrained, unfamiliar with the …

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10 Main Reasons For High Exhaust Gas temperature In Marine Diesel engines

Exhaust gas temperature naturally is high, since it’s a product of combusted fuel. Depends on the engine design and metal strength, the manufacturer always specify limits or rang of the exhaust gas temperature outlet. The limitations could be ranging from 300 – 500 maximum while on load. Without load could be between 100 – 250 …

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