A seafarer’s life is exciting yet full of challenges. This article explores some aspects that mariners can incorporate into their seafaring careers to have a more fulfilling life.
Port of call means an intermediate stop for a ship on its scheduled journey for unloading and loading of cargo or taking on supplies or fuel. Learn more about the term “port of call” inside the article.
The Covid pandemic changed our ways of living forever and impacted the global economy. The cruise industry was the hardest it, yet survived and rejuvenated after 2 years. Read along to find out the new normal on cruise ships.
Ship terms related to the nautical industry are often misunderstood by the people outside of the industry and those who are part of it. Let’s look at ten common nautical terms people often get confused with.
Life on an oil rig is not at all a bed of roses. Though it has all amenities, workers are faced with a harsh working environment, which is dangerous and quite challenging. Read this article to know about the life of an oil rig worker.
Songs sung by seafarers to give their mundane chores a semblance of pleasure and merriment, in the 1800s were called sea shanties. Find out more about sea songs in this article.
Ghost ships and haunted stories of abandoned vessels and ill-fated mishaps have been attached to the maritime world since the very start. We bring to you top 10 ghost ships and haunted stories of the maritime world.
Sometimes due to unfortunate events at sea, seafarers have no option but to turn to full fledged authorities dedicated towards the welfare of seafarers. Learn about ten such important organizations seafarers can seek help from.
Seafarers have been dabbling in a variety of superstitions since the start of shipping. Mentioned herein are seven of the most common superstitions that exists in the marine world.