How do we help the seafarer of the future? That’s the question being posed to the shipping industry and maritime charities as they explore the impact of technology on crew well-being at a special event during London International Shipping Week.
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The Union for Maritime Professionals in the UK, Nautilus International has joined the calls for British ships to avoid the Strait of Hormuz, following the seizure of the UK registered Stena Impero on Friday.