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Friday, June 22, 2012

Salute to seafarers on International day of the Seafarers

25 June, 2012 is internationally celebrated as the Day of the Seafarer.  This unique day was chosen truly by the international maritime Organization (IMO). The organization all decided that the participation made by seafarer to world business and economy should be identified by means of a unique day. 25th June, 2011 was selected because it was the day on which changes were created to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch Keeping for Seafarers.
The day is considered to pay honor to the planet's 1.5 million seafarers. Shipping is the soul of world economy & of more than 90 percent of world trade, and it is seafarers who ensure the circle operates easily, providing the essential items and merchandise on which the world rely.
The International Day of the Seafarer this week (Monday, 25 June, 2012) which aims to pay tribute to the world’s 1.5 million seafarers. This Day of the Seafarer, we would like to highlight the special intricacy that seafarer deal with everywhere.  Right now, the greatest immediate risk seems to be piracy.  However, sailors keep dealing with difficulties from poor working conditions, office risks and other risks in their atmosphere.
Mariner’s Planet salutes all the seafarers who were upfront in every situation and conditions to serve us.

Monday, June 18, 2012

The International Day of Seafarer

The day 25th June since the year 2011 has become very significant in the Marine Industry. This was the first time The International Day of Seafarer was celebrated in the history. It has been sponsored by International Maritime Organization (IMO). This special day is celebrated to make marine industry feel proud of their jobs as well as a compliment to the seafarers for serving the most difficult industry away from their homes.
This Day is celebrated across the world to make seafarer feel special for the duties they perform day and night to make our lives comfortable. It is important to make people aware of maritime industry and their vital role in our economy.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Prospects of Maritime jobs in India

The Maritime industry is an important part of the import, export and the commercial market today. There are 13 large and 185 small ports along the coast of India. Shipping and logistics is an increasing trade industry in the world market. It has good opportunity prospects linked to economic activities worldwide.

Shares in shipping / logistics strategies include all types of organization, planning, management, administration, ship finance, risk management, law, etc. diverse areas of shipping/logistics business are market study, business plan& container logistics, shipping logistics, container freight station or inland container depot.

Shipping is one of the most profitable careers in India. There are several organizations that provide fresher jobs in India.
Different types of maritime jobs in India have different diversity in wages. However, a fresher can expect to get somewhere between Rs 5,000 to Rs 20 000 pm. However, the settlement program is based more or less than this amount on your status in company, academic and office location.

Thursday, June 7, 2012


Welcome to marinersplanet 

72% of the earth is composed of water and that water acts as a big mess too.
We've all heard that warming of the ocean mass results in the reduction of glacial ice, rising sea levels, torrential rains in some areas and hunger in others.
Our ocean will get aid from our efforts to reduce carbon pollutants. How benefit we can do this?

* Reduce consumption of meat and fish
* Eat foods grown regionally and independently
* Reduce the use of plastics

A healthy ocean plays a role in a healthy and balanced environment to central our life on the earth.
8th June is considered as World Ocean Day, the UN-designated International Day for the globe to enjoy and spread our activity to the ocean. One of the biggest risks to the ocean is also one of the most threatening because possibilities are it’s so ordinary you never even observe it. Look around at the moment, how bad do you see?

The ocean is located downstream from all of us, so no matter where we live, so we can all help solve the problem of evil of plastic contamination in the ocean. Each season has a lot of plastic get tainted and damages ocean life. Many creatures such as seabirds, turtles, fishes, dolphins and whales are killed each season because of imbroglio or starvation, because they fill their stomachs with plastic instead of food. Take steps on the World Ocean Day and prevent plastic to damage our ocean life.

Let’s reduce the use of plastic this season to help conserving our ocean life. Help stop plastic contamination at its source! As customers, we each have the power to decrease need. And if you motivate buddies and family to do the same the more, the more good we can do to keep the ocean alive and well. Here are a few non reusable nasty products everyone can decrease in our everyday lives like plastic bags, bottles and other disposable plastic products.
Arrange a marine clean-up! Head out to your closest and beloved lake with some friends and pick up all the junk you find. You will be amazed at how much of it is nasty.
THIS IS OUR OCEAN. Every one of us can do something to regard and recognition the oceanic masses around the globe. Won't you be a part of me and begin today? Let me know what activities you choose to take!