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June 01-05, 2015

Day of the Seafarer
June 25, 2015

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October 6-8, 2015


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Latest job openings for Ordinary Seamen and Bosun
Browse on to the latest job openings for ordinary seamen and bosun from POEA licensed manning agencies.
Tips on How to Pass a Mariner Licensure Exam
Acing a mariner's licensure exam maybe hard. But seafarers just have to find the right gears to perform simultaneously in order to have the positive outcome. 
Seafarersí Documentation and Certification Division Now in SM Manila
Good news, marinos! You can now apply for your SIRB and D-COC and go shopping at the same time!
Oceanwave Cruisers Needs Pinoy Seamen
See what job openings Oceanwave Cruisers has for seafarers this month.
Job Opportunities from Maersk Filipinas Crewing Inc.
Be part of Maersk Filipinas Crewing Inc. and join other Filipino seaman as crew of different vessels.
Why the World Needs Filipino Seamen
Filipino seamen are great crew member of most shipping vessel that travels around the world. Know why every shipping line must have a Filipino seaman onboard.
No Seaman Will be Lost Forever: HRAS Launched Missing Seafarers Register
To make sure that no single seafarer or fisherman will be forever lost, Human Rights at Sea or HRAS has launched ‘Missing Seafarers Register’.
5 Proven Ways to be a Great Seaman Dad
Being onboard fulfiling your duty as a seaman and trying to be a father to your children back home at the same time can be challenging. We'll give you tips on how you can do both, even if your oceans apart with your family.
Diseases and Disorders that Seafarers Should Know
Though each seafarer undergo medical assessment before they can go on board, their life at sea is still in eminent danger since there is no doctor that can check on them through their journey.
For the First Time, AMSA Banned 3 Vessels from 1 Company
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) had banned 3 ships of an Indonesian Line from entering any ports in Australia.
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