Author: camebyship

From Sea to Shore: ‘There are some Experiences you’d never have in a normal Job’ – BP

Courtney Godfrey, ship operator at BP and former cadet at sea, shares her experience of working in the shipping industry. […] I enjoy the job because it’s ever-changing. I deal with a wide network of contacts, such as charterers, traders, cargo inspectors and even maritime lawyers. The ship operator is the person who knows what is…

Different Career Paths in Shipping – By Angela Chao

The shipping industry offers you one of the most diverse and exciting career paths within industries today. The global marketplace has expanded tremendously. International economies depend upon shipping for sustainability and growth. As international trade increases worldwide, so does the demand for shipping, and along with it, increased opportunities to enter this exciting field. This…

Careers at Sea: Explore the Life at Sea and find your Path

There are plenty of exciting careers in the maritime sector to choose from – both on and offshore. As a Deck, Engineering or Electro-technical Officer you could be in charge of operating and managing commercial ships. While becoming a Rating would make the most of your broad seafaring skills – from navigation and engine room maintenance to Catering,…

Chiltern Maritime gives you 10 good Reasons to start a Career at Sea

With approximately 90% of international shipping carried by sea and around 50,000 merchant ships transporting cargo from food to fuel, The Merchant Navy is crucial to facilitating global trade, connecting countries, markets and businesses, successfully allowing the exchange of goods and services across the world. There are many different reasons why to choose a career…

A Must-Read Article by Crewtoo: Let’s Get More Women in Maritime

According to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), there is ample evidence that investing in women can have a hugely positive effect. Indeed, it is the most effective way to lift communities, companies, and even countries. Countries with more gender equality have better economic growth. Companies with more women leaders perform better, while peace agreements that…

Crewtoo: The Future for Seafarers

CrewConnect Global is one of the world’s largest events for the marine human resources (HR) and this year was celebrating its 20th anniversary. More than 600 crewing industry professionals from across the globe headed to the Philippines to find solutions for recruiting, training and protecting the welfare of seafarers in the digital age. One of…

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