Int’l Seafarers

Head of global maritime standard-setting authority visits SCI’s International Seafarers’ Center in Port Newark. More...
  • Stevenson Contributes to Law Textbook May 2, 2016 The Director of SCI’s Center for Seafarers’ Rights joins legal authorities from around the world in new publication of book of shipping law. More...
  • International Summit on Pan-African Piracy March 4, 2016 SCI’s President & Executive Director gives an update on piracy off the coasts of Africa after a multi-national meeting. More...

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An Interactive Historical Timeline of the Seamen’s Church Institute May 13, 2015

Founded in 1834, SCI’s historic records detail the development of maritime commerce in the City of New York from early days. An online photographic timeline created with Prezi opens the vaults of... More...

Giving Back to Fellow Seafarers April 20, 2015

The Director of SCI’s International Maritime Center—herself a former a seafarer—shares why she happily “returns the favor” to thousands of seafarers calling at ports in the Bay Area of California... More...

An “Archival Intervention” January 30, 2015

Archivist Johnathan Thayer told 2015 American Historical Association conference attendees about the importance of SCI’s Oral History Project.

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Inspiring Environmental Stewards January 27, 2015

SCI’s Douglas B. Stevenson has travelled the United States, building up a pool of port chaplains who can help seafarers understand US environmental laws.

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Comments on USCG NPRM on Facility Access January 15, 2015

Comments on Seafarers’ Access to Maritime Facilities: A Proposed Rule by the Coast Guard on 12/29/2014

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Report Sheds Light on Seafarers and SCI November 25, 2014

Reporter Julie Caine got answers to her questions about seafarers and their lives at SCI’s International Maritime Center in the Port of Oakland.

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Living History at Sea: Recording Oral Histories on the SS John W. Brown November 14, 2014

SCI Archivist Johnathan Thayer found a living testament to the proud history and tradition of American merchant mariners who sailed during World War II.

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