In an exclusive interview with SAFETY4SEA, Revd Canon Andrew Wright, Secretary General, The Mission to Seafarers, notes that the pandemic brought much stress and anxiety to seafarers’ life, which has undermined mental well-being
In our special column this time, we are glad to host an interview with John Green, Director of Development at global seafarers’ charity Stella Maris who discusses his role in communicating the welfare needs of seafarers to the charity’s supporters and building a network of support for crew around the world.
In our special column for June, we are glad to host an interview with Daniela V. Fernadez, CEO at Sustainable Ocean Alliance who at the age of 19, she founded that organization with the vision to support and promote innovative solutions towards ocean sustainability.
In an exclusive interview with SAFETY4SEA, Mr. Luke Fisher Project Lead, DBMS highlights the importance of always putting safety at the centre. This is the reason behind the new standard which although it is in phase, it has already established a clear pathway towards collaboration and real change.
In our special column for May, we are glad to host an interview with Dr. John Kokarakis, Vice President Technology & Business Development, Bureau Veritas, who advises us to always search for knowledge and focus on a specific area and keep learning all the time about it.
In our special column for May, we are glad to host an interview with Nicole Rencoret, Head of Communications and Development, Sustainable Shipping Initiative who has an interesting and multi-national background before joining SSI. In her current role, she is excited to work with many stakeholders towards a more sustainable industry.
In our special column this month, we are pleased to host an interview with Dr. Edmund Hughes, Director, Green Marine Associates who until the beginning of the year has been member of the IMO Secretariat for over 9 years responsible for regulations related to air pollution from ships.
In our special column this month, we are pleased to host an interview with Mrs Lena Dyring, Director, Cruise Operations, Norwegian Seafarers’ Union, who describes how she joined shipping industry, highlighting that her job gives her the opportunity not only to make a difference for seafarers but also for women seafarers in particular.
We are happy to host an interview with Capt. Capt Dimitrios I. Giannakis, Master of LNG/c Maran Gas Asclepius who works with Maran Dry Management since 2013. Capt. Dimitrios says that being a captain is a dynamic and challenging work since the captain is responsible for crew’s performance and at the same their leader and mentor.
Our ‘Seafarer Stories’ new column hosts seafarers’ views who present briefly the key challenges of life and work onboard, providing a picture of what a career at sea actually means. In this context, we are happy to host an interview with Capt. Dimitrios Liakakos, Master of MV Maran Spirit who works with the Maran Dry Management Inc. since 1980.
Keel laid for world’s first fully electric tug09/07/2020
South Africa extends seafarers' certificate expiration date09/07/2020
BPA: UK must focus on coastal regions and green investment09/07/2020
Mission to Seafarers: How to mitigate COVID-19 impact on seafarers’ mental health09/07/2020
Dealing with undeclared bunker in a Turkish port09/07/2020
537 Filipino seafarers repatriated to Manila amid COVID-1909/07/2020
North Club calls maritime industry to establish an international plan on crew change09/07/2020
Shipbroker teams up with Microsoft to enable data-driven decision making09/07/2020
Container loss incidents falling, WSC study reveals09/07/2020
Maritime NZ provides funding for safer boating activities09/07/2020