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Center for Seafarers’ Rights Intern Mark Vessio writes how his experience at SCI helped him see firsthand how the law affects various sectors of the More...
  • Getting to Zero Incidents November 19, 2013 SCI recently convened a multi-party maritime industry panel to examine the safety of vessel operations on the water. More...
  • SCI Hosts Industry Conference on Safety September 13, 2013 This November, SCI invites leaders from maritime transportation companies, the petrochemical industry and government agencies to its Center for Maritime Education in Houston, TX for a one-day More...

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2010 Shore Leave Study Published June 25, 2010

SCI’s 2010 Shore Leave Report paints a picture of obstacles seafarers face in obtaining shore leave. This year’s Report indicates shore leave denials due primarily to lack of visas.

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SCI Honors and Remembers Mariners May 19, 2010

Participants placed a memorial wreath on the waters of the New York Harbor near the Merchant Mariners’ Memorial in Battery Park as part of SCI’s ceremony for National Maritime Day.

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SCI Ministries Work Together in Houston April 26, 2010

by the Rev. David M. Rider, President & Executive Director 

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Awards Celebrate a Ministry of Firsts April 6, 2010

Great leaders have guided SCI through firsts in maritime ministry. The 2010 Silver Bell Awards Dinner honors C. Berdon Lawrence, The Rev. Dr. Jean R. Smith, and VADM Vivien S. Crea (ret.).

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Coast Guard Notice Cites SCI Shore Leave Study October 14, 2009

by Deborah G. Blanchard, Staff Attorney

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A Day of Remembrance for Mariners May 26, 2009

by the Rev. Megan Sanders On May 19, the Seamen's Church Institute held a memorial service in honor of those members of the Merchant Marine who have given their lives in service to our country.... More...

USCG JAG Visits SCI August 13, 2008

The Judge Advocate General of the U. S. Coast Guard, RADM William D. Baumgartner, visited operations of the Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) in New York and New Jersey on Monday, August 11, 2008... More...