See the list of groups in Sailors Club. Join them or create a New.
Upload and Manage your photos
Upload and Manage your videos
Launch an event and invite the members.
Request your friend to write a testimonial for your Maritime Skills. Manage those testimonials.
Create an online meeting or a “Web Based Seminar”. Useful for Training ,Interviews, and Corporate Discussions.
The home of sailors club. See all the activities happening in the Sailors Club.
Your community portal on Sailors Club. You can manage your Social and Professional profile from here.
A "Webinar", also called a "web-based seminar" is used to deliver workshops, seminars or lectures to a large group of people over the internet. Webinars can be used for educational purposes, sales and marketing and even training
Read informative articles on Maritime Industry. You can also write a blog to" Have your Say".
Participate in the Maritime forum having topic of various interests. You may create your own .
Maritime job openings posted by member Maritime Employers. It’s free to apply and post the Jobs.
Find Maritime Courses and the Institutes conducting them. Free to list your academy
Maritime employers reviewed by the Seafarers.
Download/Upload knowledge files of various categories of Maritime.
PORTWIKI- portal for finding the shore-leave information of the Sea-ports around the world. Seafarers, Ship-Chandlers, ITF inspectors and Mission to seafarers can edit the page to put new information.
Human centric news of Maritime Community, posted by AdminSailor and other members.
A Seaman's life is a hard and sometimes lonely life, without family and far from friends. A long way from home doing job to earn money so He can support family. Not in every port 'll find a phonebooth to call our relatives, wife and children but fortunately nowadays there are mobile phones! However, if we are out of simcard-credit it's hard to get an up-grade because most ships stay ashore for just a few hours, so no way we can go shopping. It's a tough life and not without danger; all seamen need to have good education and they need to have a lot of knowledge about their ship before they can come onboard. Don't even think they are just sailing a ship, maintenance is also a big part of being a seaman. Most seamen I speak stay 6 or 9 months on one vessel, depending their contract. Some stay just 2 and in extreme cases even 18 months. It is a tough life but also social job. In my opinion they sacrifice themselfs to support their families who are a long way from where they work.
But life is different on Board now and Internet also Available to find someone can take care Us..HHHHH
ANAND VARDHAN TIWARYVery true Mr. issar uddin...The internet availability on board in the port is a blessing-equivalent for us and free Wi-fi in the ports are a distant dream. Some day back in this network we had a discussion started by ITF for the Wi-fi availability in ports, http://sailors-club.net/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=56&id=4128&Itemid=88, I never saw free Wi-fi in any port of the world rather even paid WI-fi.Money earned by us is very hard earned money which ironically others and even our families do not understand..With the new MLC we can hope to have a better welfare schemes onboard..