Video Listings

John and Larry of the Hanjin Nagoya
Center for Seafarers' Rights Director Doug Stevenson noticed that many Asian seafarers buy electronics when visiting US ports, even though such products are generally manufactured in Asia. More...
  • March 14, 2014 Captain Harold Newby of the MV Mountain Girl

    Captain Newby holds one thing over everything else on the boat: safety. For a seasoned mariner, promoting a culture of safety on board impacts everyone.

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  • March 7, 2014 Sunny Tan-Castro of the Stuttgart Express

    An electrician on the Stuttgart Express, Sunny expresses his happiness that SCI–Bay Area provides support to him and other visiting seafarers.

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  • March 3, 2014 Larry Cox of the MV William B

    Larry came to work on the river thinking it would be temporary. Now, he says prefers the adventure of towboat work to the mental stress of corporate life. "I just can't see myself doing anything else," he says.

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  • February 18, 2014 Vijay Hazare of the Maersk Visby

    Vijay, an engineer, shares his view on an important aspect of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006. Not only must seafarers have one day off per week, but they also must receive a vacation at least once a year. Since Vijay's ship sails under 

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  • February 7, 2014 Bill Nunn of the MV Dr. Edwin H. Welch

    Bill describes how his "towboat family" sometimes welcomes new members: with practical jokes, including something known as "antiquing."

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  • January 21, 2014 Ahmed of the MOL Encore

    Seafarers face a lot of hardships, and Ahmed describes a few—the loneliness, the inability to be with family during stressful moments. But, he says, seafarers also have certain perks: seeing the world, meeting lots of new people and gaining unique

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