SAFETY4SEA Conference & Awards
2017
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SAFETY4SEA Conference & Awards
2017
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Videos

Designing future of cruising

Royal

Royal Caribbean has established a new Innovation Lab that engages virtual reality rooms to collaborative work spaces and helps accelerate innovation by giving experts the ability to tangibly play and push the envelope before construction even begins.

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UK Chamber of Shipping: EU ignores risk of Brexit to EU ports

brexit

The UK Chamber of Shipping notes that, unless the EU and UK negotiatiors develop a new customs arrangement post-Brexit, EU member states and UK will suffer. In the video, the Chamber warns that the return of border controls would lead to increased bureaucracy, “guaranteed” lorry gridlock and threats to the prosperity of both EU member states and UK.

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Tackling abandonment at sea

abandonment

A short film commissioned by SRI highlights the major issue of abandonment of ships and their crews in foreign ports around the world. When abandoned, seafarers have to handle difficult situations, including isolation and lack of food or heating, which make them dependent on the local environment

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Thank you seafarers

seafarers

Can you imagine life without your laptop or phone? The video, produced by MPA Singapore, is a grateful address towards seafarers, men and women, who work tirelessly on board ships, in order to transport all necessities to each one of us. On 25th June 2017, the Day of Seafarers, MPA calls everyone to thank seafarers for their efforts.

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Port of Miami: Global Gateway 2017

miami

Thanks to its advanced infrastructure, large workforce, and strategic location in Southern US, the Port of Miami is home to the largest concentration of international bunks and a global gateway of the growing shipping hub. As cruise capital of the world, the port welcomes more cruise passengers than any other port in the planet.

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World’s largest sailing ship launched

The world’s largest sailing ship was launched recently at the Brodosplit shipyard in Croatia. The Flying Clipper is a near replica of the France II ordered in 1911 at La Gironde shipyard Bordeaux. She is designed to sail in all oceans including the Arctic and Antarctic and will be built to meet ice class requirements.

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