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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.
• Laughter spices the life of the Filipino. Without it, life for him becomes a mere routine and brings about sheer boredom. Laughter or giggling is commonly used to relieve tension in embarrassing or emotionally charge situations.
• Westerners find this mannerism disturbing.
• It seems inappropriate for a Filipino seaman to laughingly announce that he has an accident, yet it does happen. Such behaviour does not mean that accident is being treated lightly, and in fact, it means quite the opposite.
• Laughing or giggling is acceptable behaviour for a Filipino in tension-filled situations. Besides laughing when they are happy, Filipinos also laugh when they feel shy or are embarrassed.
• Laughter, to the Filipino, can be kind of psychological therapy in time of difficulties, problems and untoward incidents.
• Filipinos are said to be one rare breed of people who can laugh even at themselves. Laughing at himself is one of the more important coping mechanisms of the Filipino.
• Sometimes playful, sometimes cynical, he manages to laugh even at times when the Westerner would consider laughter inappropriate.
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