Articles from Maritime UK

Once-in-a-lifetime cruise industry jobs are setting sail once again

The cruise industry is near the end of the road back to normal, with safe sailings across Caribbean currents and Mediterranean waves beginning after a year of still waters.

Disadvantaged children and young people set sail for bright new futures through UKSA’s long-term aspirational pathways into the maritime industry

UKSA (@uksasailing) has launched a new video which highlights the rich and varied experiences on offer for children and young people at its Cowes campus on the Isle of Wight.

Shipping Week showed why maritime careers rank among the UK’s most desirable

When the world of shipping comes together to shape the industry of tomorrow, it comes sailing to the UK (@MaritimeUK)  It is here, at London International Shipping Week (LISW), where industry leaders across the world examine how we reach net zero, how we drive growth in a disrupted world, and how we ride the AI-powered waves of the future. 

Like our Olympians, job seekers can strike gold with maritime

 British sailors have won more than 60 Olympic medals since sailing made its debut at the Olympic Games in 1896, and as we have seen this summer, there’s plenty more gold in the sea.

Maritime Skills Commission releases Seafarer Cadet Review Report

Seafarer training must be funded by government to remain internationally competitive

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