Education/Training

Crowley Awards Scholarships to Four Mass. Maritime Students

Four students from Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) have been awarded Crowley Maritime Corp.’s Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memorial Scholarships.   Chosen based on their academic achievement,

Automated Skill Erosion

The increasing automation of vessels is causing some mariners to lose basic maritime skills.   Cruise ship Royal Majesty Grounding During dinner on June 10, 1995,

SUNY Maritime Graduates its Largest Class

More than 230 students received their degrees from SUNY Maritime College last week, the largest class in the college’s 142-year history.   In addition to giving

Engine Room Resource Management Class

SUNY Maritime College’s Department of Professional Education and Training (PET) is offering a five-day engine room resource management course, with the first round of sessions starting June 6.

Investment in Training Key to Handling Seafarer Shortage

The BIMCO/ICS Manpower Report released earlier this week indicates that there is a current shortfall of about 16,500 officers and a need for an additional 147,500

Port of Hueneme Jobs Impact Up 25%

The Port of Hueneme realized record economic growth with indirect, direct, induced and related jobs up 25 percent according to a new Economic Assessment prepared by Martin Associates,

Report Shows Growing Opportunities to Work at Sea

The recently published BIMCO/ICS Manpower Report has given the maritime industry warning that the global shortage of deck and engineer officers is set to grow over the next decade,

Norbulk Shipping Warns of Shortage of Officers

Norbulk Shipping has warned that the shortage of officers highlighted in the BIMCO/ICS Manpower report, could lead to an accelerated level of competition between ship managers.

A Guide for the Marine Insurance Maze

The Swedish Club has once again extended a hand to the insurance industry; sharing its experience with insurance professionals at the latest Marine Insurance Course,

ICS Forecasts Serious Seafarers Shortage

  The latest five-year BIMCO/ICS Manpower Report forecasts a serious future shortage in the supply of seafarers.  The report identifies:   • A current shortfall of about 16,500 officers (2.

Ocean, Space-themed Missions for MATE ROV Competition

Local students participating in Great Lakes Regional MATE ROV Competition are preparing for journeys to the depths of the Earth’s oceans and the farthest reaches of Europa,

Trelleborg Trains USCG on Liqufied GasTransport

Trelleborg’s marine systems operation has again supported the U.S. Coast Guard by delivering a third training session in ensuring the safe, secure and clean transportation

Long Beach's Record Port Community Sponsorships

The Board of Harbor Commissioners last evening awarded 83 sponsorships totaling $359,795, capping off a record year of Port community sponsorships that highlight

Salvage & Wreck Removal Conference Presents an Upbeat Mood

The verdict at the 5th India Marine Salvage and Wreck Removal Conference of Hinode held this time in Mumbai last week was clear and unanimous. The presentations

Coast Guard to Host Underwater Robotics Competition

The U.S. Coast Guard will host local students participating in Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Oahu Regional Competition Saturday at Base Honolulu.   The

Port of Long Beach Sponsors Logistics Academy

At its third annual Celebrating Education event, held at McBride High School on Thursday, May 12, the Port of Long Beach recognized scholarship and high school

Hundreds Show Support for SUNY Maritime

More than 500 people attended SUNY Maritime College’s annual Admiral’s Scholarship Dinner to honor Tom Higgins, chief administrative officer of First Data, and astronaut Capt.

UK Campaign to Raise Maritime Awareness in Schools

Seafarers UK welcomes Fyffes Support for Schools Campaign; Seafarers UK launches campaign to raise maritime awareness in primary schools - for Seafarers Awareness Week,

SCRIPPS Procures ROV from Shark Marine

SCRIPPS institution of OCEANOGRAPHY, an oceanic research institution on the southwestern coast of the United States, has acquired a Shark Marine Barracuda ROV.

Carnival to Open State-of-the-art Training Center

Carnival Corporation & plc announced today that its Arison Maritime Center in the Netherlands will honor the legacy of the Arison family who founded and grew the

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