Working on ships is a “team effort”. A “one-man-show” cannot run the whole ship. In order to perform operations smoothly and safety on board ships, good interpersonal relationship among seafarers is a must.
A junior engineer should learn fast and pick up things as soon as he can when new to a ship. In this article we bring to you 13 things that a junior engineer should learn by-heart in his very first days on the ship.
Learn about thirteen important points which ship’s engine cadets or junior engineers must learn and understand on their first voyage in order to become a responsible and competent engineer officers.
The ship chief officer acts as a vital link between the operational and management staff. So what makes a chief officer effective and great with the ship’s crew. Read the article to find out.
A woman seafarer describes the unique and unusual challenges she faced in a male-dominated environment on board ships.
Understand everything about the Engineering department of a cruise ship, which covers all the technical & environmental operations of the vessel.
What type of ship – tanker or container, is better for seafarers to sail on? Read the article to find out what things go through the mind of seafarers while choosing the type of ship to work on.