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Retired mariner Gene Kelly shares his harrowing story of surviving the sinking of one of maritime history’s most notorious ships. More...
  • Discovering a Complex World August 8, 2014 Center for Seafarers’ Rights Intern Mark Vessio writes how his experience at SCI helped him see firsthand how the law affects various sectors of the maritime industry. More...
  • Getting to Zero Incidents November 19, 2013 SCI recently convened a multi-party maritime industry panel to examine the safety of vessel operations on the water. More...

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SCI-Bay Area Friends Enjoy Cruise October 12, 2011

On October 6, several of SCI’s West Coast supporters boarded a sunset cruise touring the San Francisco harbor. The special event helped raised funds for SCI’s service to international seafarers in... More...

Chaplains Report on Flooding May 16, 2011

Flooding on the American inland waterways has greatly impacted maritime transportation. As mariners continue to move up and down the river, so do chaplains for SCI’s Ministry on the River to reach... More...

Luncheon Marks Opening, Signals Strength October 29, 2010

SCI’s annual Houston, TX benefit luncheon gathered industry leaders from across sectors in support of the Institute’s training programs for mariners, which now incorporate new state-of-the-art... More...

“Life Beyond the Crisis” Roundtable October 22, 2010

At SCI’s most recent roundtable in Houston, TX, stakeholders discussed the regulatory and commercial changes likely to result from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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VADM Brown Tours Newark Center October 8, 2010

by Douglas B. Stevenson, Director, Center for Seafarers’ Rights.  

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Harbor Cruise Entertains and Enlightens September 16, 2010

The Sandy Hook Pilots' Pilot No. 1, the New York, welcomed guests aboard SCI's annual Pilot Boat Harbor Cruise, which showcases the inner workings of Port of New York and New Jersey.

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Steersmen Train with New Technology July 16, 2010

AEP Steersmen completed SCI’s USCG-approved Mate/Steersman class on July 2, the first graduates of the new two-week program.

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