There is no room for mistakes in a profession on board ships. A professional error can either end your career or it can end you. Herein are mentioned ten professional mistakes that a mariner should never commit while working on ships.
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The term “Abandoned Seafarer” sounds a bit harsh but the fact remains that mariners are abandoned for various reasons around the world. In this article we find out who are known as abandoned seafarers and what is being done about their situation.
The Indo-Pak war of 1971 left behind several bitter memories for both the countries. For the Indian Navy, the war resulted in loss of one of its finest naval ships – INS Khurki. Learn more about this vessel, which was also the first war ship to sink after the World War –II.
A wiper is a person who is assigned the work of maintenance of the vessel and assists senior officers in their duties. Wiper is supposed to be known as the starting position for a career at sea. Find out more about wiper and how to become one on ships.
There are three passenger ships accidents in the maritime world that have left their marks on the pages of history like no other. The huge amount of loss they left behind shocked the maritime industry to the core. Find out more about these incidents inside the article.
SOx and NOx substances in Ship’s emissions are the main reasons for pollution and degradation of environment. Ten technologies/ methods mentioned in these article helps to keep a check on these substances.
The year 2012 will see a number of new cruise ships that will be launched throughout the year, bringing in the best of technology, entertainment, hospitality, and luxury. We bring you a list of new 19 cruise ships of 2012 which are worth mentioning.
PlanetSolar is the largest boat in the world that runs on solar energy. The boat has been in news since the time of its inception. Know more about PlanetSolar and its salient features inside the article.
The most important things that you use every day are brought at your table by ships from different parts of the world. In this article we talk about ten widely used commodities which are shipped to all parts of the world using dry bulk carriers.