WHO ARE WE?

We are an independent, family run organisation who is hungry for the challenge of new business. Established since 2007, we are young enough to embrace the latest thinking and yet with sufficient experience to instil confidence in those that we do business with.

Cadets Programme

Recruitment and management of Trainee Deck and Engineering Officers STCW Higher Certificate Training STCW Short Course Training All funding related matters Representation at MNTB technical committee, Marine personnel committee marketing committee

Personalised Crew Management Services

We recognise that our clients often have very diverse needs and strive to build a strong working relationship from the onset. This allows us to better understand their requirements both in the short and longer term. In fact we pride ourselves on our flexibility, and we will adapt to take into account any range of circumstances including but not limited to an alteration in the type and/or quantity of vessels as well as changing trade patterns.

Crew Training & Development

Gaining feedback from Senior Officers on a “new to company” within one month of joining a vessel Committing and embracing appraisal systems, working in partnership with our Clients Offering support through face to face contact as the need arises Development of a Talent Pool to identify those with high potential in order to fast track their career. Identification of suitable courses in line with regulatory changes within the industry Arrange regular Occupational Health Assessments in line with company policy

Crew Administration Services

Checking that visas and other documentation are kept up to date Ensuring that marine qualifications are in line with the latest IMO regulations Organising travel to and from the ship – ensuring sufficient time for rest periods/handover onboard as required Liaising with shipping agents to ensure a smooth handover Securing Flag state licences in a timely manner where required Applying for an OK to board if necessary Being on hand 24hrs to ensure that each seafarer has a point of contact in the event of a problem