Training

October 29th, 2012 - Posted by The Mariner
  As I have mentioned in previous posts there are a number of ways to qualify as a deck officer or engineering officer, today I will detail the HND phase structures. giving you some idea of what you would be studying and when. This is not a definitive list and the colleges make a big ...
October 11th, 2012 - Posted by The Mariner
  As a qualified seafaring officer, you will be able to work worldwide on many types of ship. This can include but certainly not limited to; cruise ships, ferries, oil and chemical tankers, gas carriers, container ships, bulk carriers, naval and offshore support ships as well as many ...
October 10th, 2012 - Posted by The Mariner
In my quest to find some quality advice and opinions (other than just my own) for joining the Merchant Navy, I inevitably came across some good websites and some excellent blogs, all with a thing or two in common with mine; they want to help and give advice about cadetships, training and l...
October 5th, 2012 - Posted by The Mariner
So Spence reading your grammatically laughable blog has somehow managed to make me want to look a little further into joining the Merchant Navy, what do I do now?     I suggest looking for a nautical college near you, many of them have large open days/ weekends for prospective st...