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The Ten Outstanding Maritime Students of the Philippines (TOMSP) were awarded last September 29, 2019 at the Paco Arena, Manila in celebration of the 24th National Seafarers’ Day, which has the theme “Empowering women in the maritime industry.”
An exclusive look at the T/S Kapitan Felix Oca
The T/S Kapitan Felix Oca is reconstructed in colored plastic and love.
It was a heart-warming two days last August 14 and 15 at the Fiesta Pavilion of the Manila Hotel as maritime industry stakeholders came together for the second Seafarer Family International Congress (SFIC).
“Our professors base our lessons not just on books and manuals, but on actual experience. They tell us to look for what actually works instead of what’s supposed to work, making us more effective problem solvers,”
It’s been over three decades since the Kuwait Oil Tanker Corporation (KOTC) started working with Philippine manning agencies in order to crew their fleet, when it first inked a deal with Pacific Asia Overseas Shipping Corporation (PASCOR) in 1991 and with Naess...
SFIC will be a venue for the seafarers, their families, and other maritime industry stakeholders to come together and discuss issues, share experiences and ideas, and foster a spirit of collaboration among all involved
The Sailors’ Society is one of the oldest maritime charities in the world and was established to better the lives of men and women at sea.
“When we’ve built a rock-solid reputation as the source of the best merchant marine officers in the Philippines, when commercial fleets continuously snap up our graduates before they even leave our walls, then we know we will have achieved the dream of our founder, Kapitan Gregorio Oca,”