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Report: Singapore Sees Dramatic Jump in Detentions Due to Shadow Fleet

The Maritime Executive 01 Jun 2023
A new report from Bloomberg cites data from the Tokyo MOU on the growing number of ship detentions ... That was “the same as for the whole of the decade through 2019, according to figures from Tokyo MOU,” Bloomberg reports saying that in April 2023 alone Singapore ...

Recurring red flags make dark fleet easy targets for detention

Splash24/7 01 Jun 2023
Among the underperforming ships listed by the Tokyo MOU for April, for instance, are ships classed by little known class societies including Asia Shipping Certification Services from landlocked Mongolia, a nation that is also flagging more and more of the dark fleet.

This Week in World War II ... Lest We Forget

Biltmore Beacon 01 Jun 2023
submarines sank three Japanese ships ... At sea, U-boats sank three Allied ships; 33 died ... At sea, U-boats sank four Allied ships; 61 died. Luftwaffe attacks on an Arctic Ocean convoy sank five Allied ships and damaged four others; at least 28 died ... At sea, U-boats sank seven Allied ships; 44 died ... At sea, U-boats sank three Allied ships; 55 died.

Japan, China to resume defense officers' mutual visits, 1st in 4 yrs

Kyodo 30 May 2023
... Tokyo on May 30, 2023 ... The two Asian powers have also been at odds over repeated intrusions by Chinese ships into Japanese waters around the Tokyo-controlled, Beijing-claimed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, and increasing China-Russia joint military activities near Japan.

Years before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japan sank a US warship in China

CNN 27 May 2023
Among the ships that amount bought was the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, the ship that launched the Doolittle Raid – the first US bombing raid on Tokyo – and helped turned the tide of the Pacific war in America’s favor at the Battle of Midway in 1942 ... allies in Tokyo Bay in 1945.

Kyodo News Digest: May 27, 2023

Kyodo 27 May 2023
Japan's MSDF ship to fly rising sun flag at naval drill in South Korea. TOKYO - A Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyer will fly the rising sun flag when taking part in a naval drill in South Korea next week, Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada said Friday, amid improving ties between the two Asian neighbors.

USS George Washington ‘redelivered’ to Navy after delayed, 6-year overhaul

Stars and Stripes 26 May 2023
George Washington has gone through a transformation and now returns to the fleet as a fully recapitalized ship, ready to support any ... Sometime next year, the George Washington is scheduled to return to Yokosuka Naval Base, the ship’s homeport south of Tokyo from 2008 to 2015.

Family stands to lose nearly $6,000 in airfare and hotel costs after they were bumped ...

Business Insider 26 May 2023
The Wonder of the Seas ship has been overbooked three times in the past six months ... overbooked ships ... But in order to travel from the US to Tokyo, the cruise ship's port of departure, Gainey had already spent nearly $6,000 on airfare and hotel reservations, according to receipts viewed by Insider.

Report: U.S. Navy Might Use Japanese Repair Yards for U.S. Warships

The Maritime Executive 25 May 2023
warships based in North America with Japanese-owned private ship repair companies. According to Nikkei reporter Ken Moriyasu, Emanuel is leading the effort, promoting the idea to members of Congress and tapping the Tokyo embassy's staff to explore naval ship repair options with the Japanese government.

Japan to provide 100 military vehicles to Ukraine

The Seattle Times 24 May 2023
Tokyo previously shipped helmets and hazmat suits. The new offering to Ukraine also includes food rations ... .

USS Ronald Reagan departs Yokosuka for what may be its final patrol before carrier swap

Stars and Stripes 23 May 2023
Despite the foul weather, around 40 people gathered alongside Yokosuka’s northern shoreline to watch the aircraft carrier steam into Tokyo Bay. Wrapped in raincoats and braced against the wind, they gave the ship a quiet farewell ...It’s such an amazing ship.” ... The ship departed just ...

Japanese Shipbuilders Target 2027 for LCO2 Carrier Introduction

The Maritime Executive 23 May 2023
Nihon Shipyard, a Tokyo-based joint venture for ship design and sales between Imabari Shipbuilding Co ... Nihon Shipyard, in anticipation of future regulations restricting CO2 emissions, is proactively working toward the commercialization of LNG and ammonia-fueled ships.

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and Nihon Shipyard launch joint study

Tanker Operator 22 May 2023
TOKYO, May 22, 2023 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group and Nihon Shipyard Co., Ltd., a Tokyo-based joint venture for ship design and sales between Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd ... and commercialization of LCO2 shipping.

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