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...
  • October 10, 2013 Kari Boesch of Maine Maritime Academy

    About to graduate from Maine Maritime Academy, Kari has already worked on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers as well as the Gulf of Mexico. As a young woman, she's had to prove her mettle as a deckhand—and eagerly awaits her return to river work

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  • September 12, 2013 Capt. Gerald Dimson of the MV Bunga Banyan

    Captain Gerald of the MV Bunga Banyan reveals how some seafarers' families keep busy while their loved one works at sea. He also has some advice "to keep strong and healthy" while apart.

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  • September 4, 2013 Rodel and Jeat of the Bay Chai Bridge

    Two crewmates on the Bay Chai Bridge, Rodel and Jeat, find fun ways to pass the time while off duty—including basketball on the deck of the ship! Guess how they keep the ball from going "out of bounds" over the side of the vessel.

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  • August 28, 2013 Eniola Williams of the Nigerian Port Authority

    SCI-Port Newark receives visitors from all over the world who want to learn more about the work of maritime ministry. Eniola, Assistant Manager of the Nigerian Port Authority and PhD candidate at the Maritime Law Institute in Malta, joined chaplai

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  • August 20, 2013 Joseph Posadas of the APL Melbourne

    Although he has worked on 14 different ships, Joseph is making his first trip to the United States. He enjoys seeing different parts of the world and looks forward to visiting more of the US, too.

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  • August 12, 2013 Donnie Hall of Hunter Marine

    As Director of Risk Management at Hunter Marine, Donnie's work carries a lot of weight. But there's no job more important to him than being a good dad—something he believes also makes him a better mariner.

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