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- Salvage round-up March 22, 2019During a busy period for the salvage industry we examine three operations including the salvage of a Norwegian frigate, a capsized pipe-layer and another container ship fire.
- TOWLINES March 22, 2019Coinciding with International Woman’s Day Svitzer provided news of its hiring of the first 100% female tug crew for the Dominican Republic.
- Schottel’s simple hybrid propulsion solution March 22, 2019Propulsion system manufacturer Schottel and towage service provider Svitzer have developed a new hybrid propulsion concept distinguished by its simplicity.
Date: 14/05/2019 – 15/05/2019 Event Code: 374JIM (10% Discount) Where: Venue TBC, London The UK Ports Conference is an essential update for the UK ports... Continue Reading
Jobs in Maritime Ltd and McGinley Support Services (Infrastructure) Ltd are pleased to announce the formation of a new joint venture agreement, which will bring a new era of recruitment services across the Ports and Maritime Industries. With over 50... Continue Reading
The Merchant Navy Fund, which is a collaborative initiative between Seafarers UK and the MNWB has awarded Combat Stress with £25,000. The grant means Merchant Navy Seafarers and Fishermen veterans will be provided with a range of mental health services... Continue Reading
Following a two- and half-year restoration and refit the beautiful historic fishing vessel “Our Lizzie” is due to be launched at The International Boatbuilding Training College, Lowestoft on Tuesday 16th October 2018. Built in 1920 at Porthleven, Cornwall “Our Lizzie”... Continue Reading
We are seeking 12 teams from across UK maritime industries to take to the Thames this summer to row the 9 mile route from Woolwich to Greenwich in aid of the AHOY centre charity and battle to become the UK’s... Continue Reading
Respected maritime charities, the Fishermen’s Mission and Seafarers Hospital Society (SHS), have today announced a new joint initiative, the SeaFit Programme, that will deliver health and wellbeing services around the UK coastline for commercial fishermen and their families. The programme... Continue Reading
Saturday 1st September 2018 09:00 – 17.00 The Marine Society & Sea Cadets are holding a National Combined Regatta at the ExCel, London, Royal Docks Boat Station on 1st September 2018 at which Jobs in Maritime... Continue Reading
TV and radio coverage of this year’s Seafarers Awareness Week (23-30 June) reached an estimated 6,573,000 people, according to a report from Markettiers, the multi-award winning market leaders in broadcast PR and communications. Nine TV interviews were secured with BBC... Continue Reading
Since 2010 Seafarers UK has coordinated and promoted Seafarers Awareness Week in June each year. The UK has always been heavily dependent on a thriving maritime industry. An estimated 95% of imports come to our ‘island nation’ by ship, including... Continue Reading
Technical skills are at a premium for the maritime industry. The easiest way to show employers your skills is to have a recognised qualification on your CV – that’s where Lloyd’s Maritime Academy come in. With online courses you can... Continue Reading
- National Maritime Big Skills Debate
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – Thanks for all your support which has meant a great deal. Until next time…
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – Just wanted to say thanks for a great event.
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – A huge thank you for your hospitality last night. It was a great treat to travel up through Tower Bridge on a Tall Ship, a unique opportunity. Great to meet you Peter and fabulous to spend time with you Sezen. A really good evening and event.
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – It was a pleasure! Thank you for inviting us and for giving us such a superb spot. It was a very successful event for us where we managed to attract a good number of new supporters and spread some MCS love around the wonderful setting of Greenwich.
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – We are very pleased to be supporting National Maritime/ Jobs in Maritime at this prestigious event, and on behalf of VolkerStevin and our guests, I would like to thank you once again.
Thank you, Sezen, for an excellent meeting, which I attended in some trepidation, being something of a backroom person, but it was very useful and I made some good contacts.
Many thanks – I’m very happy it hit the spot. I enjoyed the various interactions before, after the presentation and there were a lot of good connections made.
Thanks for a great event & all u do to promote our great maritime sector.
It was good to meet you at Invest In Blue. It was a good event, I found it useful, being so new to the industry.
Thank you all for an excellent conference. It was beautifully organised, and went swimmingly as a result. I thought the programme was very good, and hit the spot precisely.
Thank you very much for the event. It was a great success! If only there were even more events like that in the industry.
Thanks for hosting a fantastic event, I really enjoyed the range of talks and the diversity of delegates. I look forward to making the Maritime Connection again in 2 years.
Our pleasure well done on an amazing and successful event.
Thank you for all your assistance at INVESTINBLUE, what excellent service.
Again thank you for the great organisation. I hope that today you will have a success like yesterday.
Great event, thanks once again! You all did a great job!!
Thank you so much for all your help; chalk this one up as another success!