Women in Maritime

  • Women in Maritime: New UK Taskforce Established

    Setting out to increase fairness, equality and inclusion within the maritime sector, Maritime UK has established a Women in Maritime Taskforce, a move welcomed by the U.K.’s new Maritime Minister, Nusrat Ghani MP.

  • New network supporting women in maritime launched

    Central and Latin America celebrated the launch of a new maritime network for women which joins the IMO family of regional Women in Maritime Associations (WIMAs), giving visibility and recognition to the role women play as key resources for the maritime sector. 

  • SAJ Elects First Female President

    In a moment punctuated by history, the members of the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ) unanimously voted Denise Lyn Fatt as the first female president of the 79-year-old organisation at its annual general meeting (AGM) on December 8.

  • Simwave welcomes Cinthya Lopes aboard

    Cinthya Lopes has joined Simwave, the maritime simulation centre in Rotterdam, as simulator operator. Prior to joining Simwave she worked in a variety of roles in the field of maritime training at the Brazilian Navy and Kongsberg.

  • ADSB invests in the UAE young calibre for shaping...

    The company aims through this program to encourage the Emiratis to join the maritime and shipbuilding fields through providing appropriate training and by spreading the culture and policy of quality amongst them to ensure the delivery of valuable‭  ‬services‭.‬

  • Laura Moelker dreams to be an international...

    Nothing can be more passionate than being passionate with the sea during early childhood‭. ‬Moelker’s partners discovered her early talent at age of five‭. ‬Later‭, ‬her skills enabled her to become one of the youngest certified sailing coaches in Dubai‭. ‬She began her training in Netherlands and China until she becomes an expert in sailing‭. ‬Marasi Yachts had‭ ‬the opportunity to join Moelker for one of her coaching sessions to the youngster members at Dubai Offshore Sailing Club‭.‬

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Women in Maritime: New UK Taskforce Established

Setting out to increase fairness, equality and inclusion within the maritime sector, Maritime UK has established a Women in Maritime Taskforce, a move welcomed by the U.K.’s new Maritime Minister, Nusrat Ghani MP.

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New network supporting women in maritime launched

Central and Latin America celebrated the launch of a new maritime network for women which joins the IMO family of regional Women in Maritime Associations (WIMAs), giving visibility and recognition to the role women play as key resources for the maritime sector. 

English

SAJ Elects First Female President

In a moment punctuated by history, the members of the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ) unanimously voted Denise Lyn Fatt as the first female president of the 79-year-old organisation at its annual general meeting (AGM) on December 8.

English

Simwave welcomes Cinthya Lopes aboard

Cinthya Lopes has joined Simwave, the maritime simulation centre in Rotterdam, as simulator operator. Prior to joining Simwave she worked in a variety of roles in the field of maritime training at the Brazilian Navy and Kongsberg.

English

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