Tag Archives: Seafarer’s

Seafarers Use Tech to Fight Vibrio

Vibrio is a serious, often lethal bacteria. Naturally making its home in coastal and brackish waters where salt and river water mix, it can be an utter killjoy to beach-goers, fishermen, and seafood lovers trying to enjoy a summer meal. … Continue reading

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Asian shipowners lament lack of fair treatment for seafarers

Asian shipowners lament lack of fair treatment for seafarers HONG KONG — Representatives of Asian ship owners have expressed their strong concern about the lack of fair treatment by an increasing number of government agencies given to seafarers following a … Continue reading

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Efforts to boost global demand for Pinoy seafarers on

Efforts to boost global demand for Pinoy seafarers on THE Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) will push for tripartite efforts to immediately address various issues and difficulties confronting the maritime sector, especially in expanding the sea-based sector as source … Continue reading

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Maritime Campaign to Protect Seafarers from Pirates

As a maritime attorney, it has been frustrating for me to see slow progress toward keeping the seas safe for seamen. Last week, Somali pirates killed four Americans after they hijacked a sailboat. Although the four were not on a … Continue reading

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Four Russian seafarers die, seven missing in shipwreck off S Korea

Four Russian seafarers die, seven missing in shipwreck off S Korea VLADIVOSTOK, February 9 (Itar-Tass) – Four Russian seafarers died and another seven went missing in a shipwreck off South Korea, Russia’s analytical agency Maritime News reported on Wednesday. Read … Continue reading

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