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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...
  • November 22, 2013 Gemyl Borines and Arvin Guieb of the Maersk Vallvik

    Filipino crewmembers on the Maersk Vallvik, Gemyl and Arvin, explain how their company is offering assistance following Typhoon Haiyan.

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  • November 21, 2013 Steven of the MSC Monterey

    When he's not preparing meals for the crew, Steven spends his downtime practicing guitar. He likens his time spent apart from family to the life of a rock star, always away from home.

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  • November 14, 2013 Jake Fox of the MV Mountain Girl

    Jake is brand-new to river work with only a month under his belt. "It's fun out here," he says. "It's hard work but I enjoy it."

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  • November 13, 2013 Martin of the MV Mountain Girl

    Martin, a fairly new deckhand on McGinnis's MV Mountain Girl, has responsibility for teaching an even newer colleague the ropes. "I find it a lot easier to teach him because a lot of things are still fresh on my mind," he says. &quo

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  • October 29, 2013 Captain Timothy Leach of Maine Maritime Academy

    An instructor at Maine Maritime Academy for 35 years, Capt. Leach introduced a tug-and-barge training program to better prepare students for work on the American inland waterways. "I've enjoyed working with young people," he says. &

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  • October 16, 2013 Captain Richard Bondurant of the MV Andrew Golding

    During his 20-year career working on the inland rivers, Capt. Bondurant has witnessed a lot of changes in the industry. For one thing, he used to write letters home—and now he can use a cell phone!

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