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September 20, 2017

Safety at Sea magazine wants to hear from you, the seafarer, about the most important issues impacting crew today.

This month's survey is on physical health. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle while at sea is important, we want to know whether seafarers are getting access...

July 18, 2017

Sadly, cases of seafarer abandonment are not uncommon. What is, however, is the way that Nautilus International has decided to brand recent actions involving the crew onboard a Turkish vessel as modern-day slave labour.

The maritime trade union has lodged protests with...

June 16, 2017

Incidents such as fires or collisions can be caused by cyber attacks. Credit: Mammoet Salvage/Dennis Brouwe.

An engineer boards a superyacht to carry out a standard software upgrade on the vessel’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. He plugs in hi...

June 15, 2017

UAE, Abu Dhabi. Credit:Olaf Schmidt

The crew of the MV Sharjah Moon have spoken out about being left stranded in UAE waters since July last year.

On 9 May 2017, the crew of the MV Sharjah Moon docked without permission in to Hamriyah Port to contact the Indian Consu...

June 7, 2017

At last week’s Nor Shipping I announced the shortlist for the upcoming Safety at Sea awards. I would like to take this chance again to say congratulations to those who are in with a chance of winning at the upcoming awards in September. I also want to say a big thank y...

May 8, 2017

As the new editor of Safety at Sea I am lucky to be joining at a very exciting time. This year we are not only celebrating the magazine’s 50th anniversary but we are also holding our Safety at Sea awards in September.

This will give us the chance to recognise and celebr...

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