On the go and on demand, The Maritime Podcast, brought to you by Seatrade Maritime, delivers news and updates on shipping's most pertinent topics and conversations. With a focus on the leading trends in the industry. Hosted by a team of highly experienced correspondents across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and America, The Maritime Podcast has a focus on operational, regulatory and technology related topics, including interviews with key executives – all free to listen to.
Maritime in Minutes – November 2021 in review
In this episode of the Maritime in Minutes series we take the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of November.
This episode includes – Just how many billions of dollars did container lines make in Q3 and what are they doing with all this money?
COP26 what did it mean for shipping and how did the IMO react?
Why shipowners are delaying ballast water treatment system installations.
The numbers behind handling 24,000 teu containerships at ports and on the landside.
The concerns over documenting seafarer Covid-19 vaccination.
In Conversation with DNV and Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation
This latest episode of The Maritime Podcast focuses on shipping’s pathway to zero carbon emissions and the role played by the new Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) in Singapore.
Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand is in conversation with Prof Lynn Loo, CEO of the GCMD, and Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria, Regional Manager South East Asia, Pacific and India, Maritime for DNV, one of the founding partners of the centre.
Lynn and Cristina give their thoughts on where shipping is currently in its decarbonisation voyage and what lies ahead. The conversation covers the setting up of the GCMD and how it brings in key industry players such as DNV, combined with the Singapore authorities to make a unique proposition.
Listeners will learn what about GCMD’s first proposal for invitation on ammonia bunkering, potential areas of future focus, and how the centre fits in with other global efforts accelerate maritime decarbonisation.
In Conversation with Noah Silberschmidt CEO, Silverstream Technologies
Learn how a past in competitive sailing and a passion for mathematics led Noah Silberschmidt to found Silverstream Technologies and successfully commercialise a century old concept of air lubrication for vessels hulls.
Noah talks to Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand about the how the company has gone from start-up to winning major orders with blue chip shipowners.
He explains to listeners of The Maritime Podcast what Silverstream has done differently producing a technology that is proven to work and validated by third parties.
Noah and Marcus discuss the application of the air lubrication system to both newbuildings and retrofits to existing vessels and how it operates on a daily basis.
Looking ahead the podcast covers role of air lubrication in the shift to zero carbon fuels for shipping and Silverstream’s expansion plans.
Maritime in Minutes - October 2021
In this latest Maritime in Minutes episode Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of October.
The episode of The Maritime Podcast features – Pipeline spills, plans for zero carbon shipping and how much will it cost the consumer, the supply chain crunch and lucky winner container shipping, rising PandI insurance cost concerns, investing in maritime RandD, and bringing the video resume to shipping recruitment.
Catch up on last month’s maritime news in just a few minutes.
Maritime Masterclass: Capt. Mohamed Al Yahyaei
Join Capt. Mohamed Al Yahyaei, Chief Harbour Master, AD Ports Group as he talks to Emma Howell, Seatrade Maritime Director of Digital about his journey from maritime academy to his current role at AD Ports Group.
This Masterclass podcast explores how Capt. Mohamed, as an Emirati, took a different path than expected to join the maritime sector and how his role has now diversified to include many multi-functional responsibilities.
In a fascinating discussion, listeners can learn the daily challenges of working as a Chief Harbour Master and also understand how crew changes were handled during the pandemic.
For anyone thinking of joining the maritime sector and developing their career, this is a must-listen Masterclass from someone who has experienced life on and offshore.
The Decarbonisation Debate at CMA Shipping 2021
A special event episode of The Maritime Podcast– The decarbonisation debate at CMA Shipping 2021 – provides a snapshot of viewpoints from leading executive attending the event last week on the challenges shipping faces in its voyage to decarbonise operations.
The CMA Shipping 2021 exhibition and conference held in mid-October was one of the first large scale events to bring together shipping executives in person since the start of the pandemic.
The Maritime Podcast took the chance to talk with leading executives representing the entire maritime value chain and seek their views on the most important issues facing the industry today.
The episode features:
Lois Zabrocky, President and CEO, International Seaways, Inc.
Morten Arntzen, Executive Chairman, Team Tankers International
Jack Noonan, President of Binnacle Maritime
Nicholas Makar, Vice President, Maritime Administration / Regulatory Affairs International Registries, Inc
Anthony Teo, Head of Americas for RightShip
Eric Christofferson, Chief Product Officer at Veson Nautical
Arlie Sterling, President of Marsoft Inc