Former radio officer Capt. Celso de Guzman of MARITAS looked forward to make sure other Filipino seafarers with his background and training would stay relevant and employed. Continue reading Radioactive
Former U.S. Navy officer Capt. Dan Gruta on success, meeting Filipino mariners in unlikely places, and giving back Continue reading The great tactician
Inevitable in the seafaring profession, effective measures must be taken to combat fatigue in the workplace Continue reading Protecting the ship from the inside
Beyond their circular role in transporting the world’s goods, Filipino seafarers help spread the gift of spiritual living Continue reading Vessels of Spirituality
Long before Filipinos became a third of the global fleet, they were already building and manning their own ships, serving in the Galleon Trade, and carving out their fortunes in foreign lands. Originally published by Seafarer Asia Security and Welfare … Continue reading Vessels of Freedom
Navigation in today’s world may come with all sorts of technology-enabled frills, but knowledge of the ‘dits’ and ‘dahs’, and other analogue sailing practices will come in handy in the most dire circumstances Continue reading Old but reliable
Originally from the hospitality industry, Stephen Rey Tagud helped steer a struggling company to new directions.
Continue reading Making the case for inter-island luxury travel