Let’s face it! Working on ship is not only tough physically but mentally as well. Dealing continuously with conflicting opinions, racing nerves, and altering egos, a mariner fortunately or unfortunately falls prey to a system, wherein molding according to a situation becomes imperative. Unlike in other fields, professional politics on ship can sometimes take a form too ugly to fathom.
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