Seafarers’ wives volunteered to help the kabaro who were stranded in the boarding houses during the quarantine
Maritime students not only have to adjust to learning online, but many of them also struggle with finances.
Where are we on the issue of racism on board?
One stranded seafarer refused to wallow in uncertainty and self-pity. Instead, he channeled his time and effort into serving his fellow stranded kabaro.
What’s it like for the thousands of seafarers unable to come home due to the quarantine measures set in place to quell COVID-19? Here’s a glimpse at the life of one them.
We don’t need to panic about our finances if we start planning how to deal with it post pandemic.
We know what to do during abandon ship and fire and explosion drills. But this is not a drill. Get your survival kit fast, and don’t forget to bring your optimism.
Yes, we are in unstable times. But be prepared for when this crisis is over. Here are a few tips, to help us find the balance.
Stuck onboard, unable to go on shore leave or crew change? Here are a few tips to help you cope.
Malapit na ang bakasyon, pero imbes na excited ka, stressed ka dahil walang kita habang bakasyon. Ang sagot dyan? Emergency fund.