Historically marine industries have been significantly male dominated but one business in Rotherham is bucking the trend.
Women Seafarers - Life At Sea
Authorities in Chile have launched an investigation into allegations that female marine officers were allegedly videotaped in their quarters on a naval vessel by other crew members.
A maritime career doesn’t always mean a job at sea for female sailors. Let’s take a look at some famous onshore opportunities that women seafarers can choose after sailing.
It is a known fact that there are very few women seafarers in the maritime industry. A female deck officer explains the main reasons for the dwindling numbers.
A woman seafarer describes the unique and unusual challenges she faced in a male-dominated environment on board ships.
Women at the Helm is a short film which shows how the work of IMO, and others, is beginning to promote change for the better for women in shipping, and highlights first-hand experiences from some of those who have already succeeded.
A new International Maritime Organization (IMO) film promoting the role of women in the maritime sector has been launched during a conference on the Development of a Global Stategy for Women Seafarers.
Marine world was and is considered way out of a women’s domain. However, this hasn’t stopped women from exploring this field and proving their mettle at the sea. We bring to you top five female sailors of the marine world.
Being a Chief Engineer of a ship is a big deal; being a Female Chief Engineer is even a bigger one! Juliana, 28, from Brazil is one of the very few woman chief engineers in the world today. She explains how much she loves her exciting life