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Marcos Sariana of the MV Ever Radiant
With a new route planned for his ship, Marcos says folks at the International Maritime Center might not see him over the next four to six months; but since his contract lasts longer than that, there’s a good chance this isn’t the last we’ll see of More...
  • May 23, 2014 Captain Bancaflor of the Anastasia S on Voyage Length

    The captain of a large bulk ship describes its complicated schedule which includes stops in Mexico, New Jersey and Germany with various kinds of cargo, from rock salt to coal.

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  • May 20, 2014 Steve and Andrew Golding of Golding Barge Lines

    Head of Golding Barge Lines, Steve received an unexpected phone call two years ago from a long-lost cousin, Andrew, from England.

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  • May 12, 2014 Capt. Patrick Buchler of the MV Sonny Ivey

    Captain Buchler tells Ministry on the Rivers and Gulf Chaplain Michael Nation how he and his family cope with his difficult schedule.

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  • May 9, 2014 Loreto Salvador of the Seaspan Chiwan

    Like many seafarers, Loreto really appreciates SCI's hospitality center in the Port of Oakland, calling it a "home away from home." He recently visited to use the Internet and phones and—most importantly—to wire money home to his fa

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  • April 29, 2014 Jarvise Shelton of the MV Richard A. Baker

    A man of few words, Jarvise speaks with his actions. In 2012, he and a crewmate rescued five people in grave danger on the Mississippi River.

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  • April 22, 2014 John and Larry of the Hanjin Nagoya

    Center for Seafarers' Rights Director Doug Stevenson noticed that many Asian seafarers buy electronics when visiting US ports, even though such products are generally manufactured in Asia.

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